October 9th - 20th

Join the lads as they take you around the country that inpsires their music. From Galway to Blarney castle, you will be treated to the ultimate Ireland experience.

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Your Trip Includes

-Round Trip Airfare from LAX to Ireland (Flight schedule announced 90-120 days prior to departure)
-Deluxe motor coach vehicle throughout your tour, including all transfers and sightseeing
-Services of professional Irish Driver and Guide.
-Ten First Class Accommodations as follows or similar...

    Galway: 3 Nights
@The Imperial Hotel
    Westport: 3 Nights
@Castlecourt Hotel and @Westport Plaza Hotels
    Belfast: 3 Nights
@Radisson Blu Hotel and @Park Inn Radisson Hotel
    Dublin: 1 Night
@Camden Court Hotel
-Breakfast daily, Three Dinners: 2 in Westport, and 1 in Belfast.
-Admissions: Cliffs of Moher, Walled in City tour of Derry, Giant's Causeway, Bushmill's Distillery
-Fully escorted sightseeing as per itinerary
-Porterage of one suitcase per person, Hotel tips and taxes throughout(Except tips to your personal Driver/Guide)


October 11-22, 2017

Day 1
October 09
USA-Ireland. Depart USA for overnight flight to Ireland. Dinner and in-flight entertainment is served shortly after take-off.
Day 2
October 10
Dublin-Galway. Morning arrival at Dublin Airport where after clearing customs you are met by your Professional Irish Driver/Guides. We continue to Athlone in the center of Ireland. In 1120 the Connaught king built the first of six successive wicker or wooden bridges and in 1129 a castle to defend it. Bridge and castle were destroyed on behalf of the Meath kingdom and rebuilt by the Connaught kings' successively over the next forty years. In 1168 the Annals of the Four Masters record a residence in Athlone for the King of Connaught. The Cluniac priory was founded on the west bank in 1150 Check into our hotel. The rest of the day you are free to enjoy Galway. After dinner why not enjoy a pint at the pub “AuPouchan” a short walk from Eyre Square with great Irish Music.Overnight Imperial Hotel.
Day 3
October 11
Galway- Cliffs of Moher-Galway. After a full Irish Breakfast we depart Galway. We continue into the rugged Burren Ireland’s stony place (Bhoireann) the Burren, is home to rare alpine plants, delicate wonders that grow in the thin soil and crevices - gentians, orchids and maidenhair ferns amongst others. The survival of both alpine and Mediterranean plants in this unusual habitat continues to arouse and to delight its visitors. The Burren contains dozens of megalithic tombs, Celtic crosses and a ruined Cistercian Abbey dating from the 12th century, Corcomroe. You can find villages abandoned since famine times and green roads on which you can walk for miles without ever seeing a car. Continuing on to the Cliffs of Moher which are stupefying impressive and staggeringly beautiful. The entirely vertical cliffs rise to a height of 203m, their edge falling away abruptly into a ceaselessly churning Atlantic. A progression of vast heads, the dark limestone marches in a rigid formation that's gob-smacking, no matter how many times you look at it. On a clear day you'll channel Barbra Streisand as you can see forever. Overnight Imperial Hotel Galway.
Day 4
October 12
Galway. Free day in Galway. Arty, bohemian Galway is one of Ireland's most engaging cities. Brightly painted pubs heave with live music, while restaurants and cafes offer front-row seats for observing buskers and street theatre. Remnants of the medieval town walls lie between shops selling handcrafted Claddagh rings, books and musical instruments, bridges arch over the salmon-stuffed River Corrib, and a long promenade leads to the seaside suburb of Salthill, on Galway Bay, the source of the area's famous oysters. Overnight Galway at the Imperial Hotel.
Day 5
October 13
Galway-Westport. After breakfast we head towards Westport. On our way we go through the Connemara region. Connemara translates as 'Inlets of the Sea' and the roads along the peninsula's filigreed coast bear this out as they wind around the small bays and coves of this breathtaking stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way. We join the main road and our journey takes us via Leenane to Westport taking in more of the most exalted scenery Ireland has to offer. Westport enjoys the designation as one of Ireland’s Heritage Towns. It is situated in the shadow of Croagh Patrick, overlooking Clew Bay. One of the few planned towns in the Country, Westport was designed in the 18th Century by James Wyatt. Westport has many outstanding features, most notably the beautiful tree lined boulevard known as The Mall. Dinner & Overnight at the Castlecourt Hotel Westport or Westport Plaza Hotel.
Day 6
October 14
Westport. After breakfast we head to Achill island. With five Blue Flag beaches, Ireland's largest offshore island, Achill , is linked to the mainland by a short bridge. Despite the accessibility, there's plenty of remote-island feel: soaring cliffs, rocky headlands, sheltered sandy beaches, broad expanses of blanket bog and rolling mountains. It also has its share of history, having been a frequent refuge during Ireland's various rebellions. Keem Bay on Achill Island is a beach so stunning you would only find something similar in the Caribbean. A small cove surrounded by lush mountains and lots of sheep, it is a paradise on Earth to those who visit. Overnight at the Castlecourt Hotel Westport or Westport Plaza Hotel.
Day 7
October 15
Westport. Today enjoy the day in Westport, we will also visit one Terry’s family’s home. Dinner and Overnight at the Castlecourt Hotel Westport or Westport Plaza Hotel.
Day 8
October 16
Westport-Derry-Belfast. After breakfast we make our way to Belfast via Derry. We travel north via Sligo, where famous author William Butler Yeats is buried at Drumcliff. Then onto Derry, to really experience Derry’s history, we stroll along the parapet walkways as we do the “Walled in City Tour”. The history of this area and the fact that Derry is one of the last fully intact walled in cities left in all of Europe makes this a must for every visitor. . We enjoy a panoramic tour of Derry including Derry’s Walls, The Bogside, The Peoples Gallery (Murals) The Bloody Sunday Story, The History of the Apprentice Boys, The Marching Season Traditions. Then onto Belfast, sometime in city for exploring. Overnight at the Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast or Park Inn Radisson.
Day 9
October 17
Belfast. Today after a full Irish breakfast we travel to the Giant’s Causeway, when you first see it you'll understand why the ancients believed the Causeway was not a natural feature. The vast expanse of regular, closely packed, hexagonal stone columns beneath the waves looks for all the world like the handiwork of giants. This spectacular rock formation – a national nature reserve and Northern Ireland's only Unesco World Heritage site – is one of Ireland's most impressive and atmospheric landscape features. After stopping for lunch we then may our way to Bushmills Distillery. Bushmills is the world's oldest legal distillery, having been granted a licence by King James I in 1608. The whiskey is made with Irish barley and water from St Columb's Rill, a tributary of the River Bush, and matured in oak barrels. During ageing, the alcohol content drops from around 60% to 40%; the spirit lost through evaporation is known as 'the angels' share'. After the tour, you can try a free sample of your choice from Bushmills' range. Dinner & Overnight at Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast or Park Inn Radisson.
Day 10
October 18
Belfast. Today we tour Belfast, birthplace of the Titanic, and once the second richest city in the British Empire. We enjoy a panoramic tour. We view the Stark concrete barrier that is the Peace Wall from both sides. This afternoon you are free to explore Belfast. You may decide (on own) to visit the fantastic Titanic Museum. Overnight at Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast or Park Inn Radisson.
Day 11
October 19
Belfast- Dublin. After Breakfast depart Belfast and travel south. Free day on your own Dublin. Overnight Camden Court Hotel.
Day 12
October 20
Dublin-Dublin Airport-USA. After breakfast we are transferred to nearby Dublin Airport. In the off chance that you missed shopping opportunities, Dublin has a large Duty-Free Shop that you can visit once you are checked in for your flight. In the traditional Irish way, we wish you "Safe Home".


Only $3,295.00.00 per person from LAX

*If Traveling from NYC Deduct $275.00 from above
**US Departure Tax & Fuel Surcharge $499.00* ADDITIONAL (CURRENTLY)

Land Only Rate: $2,845.00

If you have ever traveled on one of our Fenians Tours in the past deduct $50.00

To Book your trip or for more info contact:

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1-866-486-8772 or 1-518-765-2056
34 Wedgewood Lane Voorheesville, New York 12186
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