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Rick Steves Best of Ireland tour kicks off with the best of Dublin, followed by Ireland's must-see historical sites, charming towns, music-filled pubs, and seaside getaways — including Kinsale, the Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, Galway, Connemara, Giant's Causeway, Old Bushmills Distillery, and the compelling city of Belfast. This morning we'll take a walking tour through Dublin, learning about its rich history from the days of Viking raids to the hard centuries of British occupation to the proud and progressive city of today.
All along the way, Rick's guides will share their stories to draw you in to the Emerald Isle, and the friendliness of the people will surely steal your heart. Meet your guide and fellow tour members at our hotel at 5 p.m. We'll end our tour at Trinity College for an illuminating look at the remarkable Book of Kells, a creative jolt that helped pull Europe out of the Dark Ages. On our way out of Dublin, we'll stop at Kilmainham Gaol and learn about its place in Ireland's stirring struggle for independence less than a century ago.
With Dara, and the local tour guides, we learned so much about the history and culture of the Republic and Northern Ireland. We were thankful always for the thinner crowds at these amazing tourist spots as well as at the Cliffs of Moher because of the timing of our tour." The tour was an excellent experience that provided many good memories.After lunch, we'll join a local guide for a walking tour of historic Belfast.A visit to the Discover Ulster Scots Center will provide a glimpse into the rich heritage of this influential Protestant group, known in the United States as the Scotch-Irish. Breakfast is provided, but there are no group activities today."Too many to mention." This tour was yet another outstanding Rick Steve's tour as we have come to expect. "I don't have just one "wow" moment: I loved flying the hawks; loved all the musical concerts; loved the bonding that went on during the "hurricane;"loved that we were able to go to Northern Ireland (I never felt that I would ever be able to visit Belfast after all The Troubles in recent history); loved the small towns and the rugged coast line." Ireland was as scenic as I had imagined from films such as "The Quiet Man" (and visiting the village of Cong where the movie was filmed was an added treat).The tour was well-organized with meaningful activities. We enjoyed performances of several traditional Irish music groups thanks to our guide Dara. Yes, it rained a third of the time but the right rain jacket made that manageable. "Probably our stay in Galway where we experienced the hurricane.