7 Days 6 Nights
Edinburgh (2N) – Belfast (2N) – Dublin (2N)
The key three cities of Edinburgh, Belfast, and Dublin are covered on this 7 days and 6 nights Soctland Ireland itinerary. The Scotland and Ireland holiday package takes you through some of the country’s most important cities and is designed to give you a true experience of the country. The Scottish capital, Edinburgh, is next on the schedule, with its mediaeval towns and rugged splendour. Belfast is Northern Ireland’s largest and most populated city, and there’s so many things to do in Belfast! Belfast is well famous for being the site of the construction of the RMS Titanic, as well as for the brutality and misery that occurred during The Troubles in the late twentieth century. The Ireland, Scotland vacation then continues to Dublin, Ireland’s capital and birthplace of the famed Joyce and Stephen Dedalus, with quick stops in a number of other beautiful locations throughout the country.
Hello and welcome to Edinburgh! When you arrive at Edinburgh Airport, your driver will greet you and transport you to your accommodation. It is steeped in history and seamlessly merges old and new, making it the ideal location for locals to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of a diverse and active city. Edinburgh is an award-winning city that offers exceptional cuisine and drink as well as remarkable adventures. Check in and relax for the rest of the day. Edinburgh will be your home for the night.
Begin your exploration of Edinburgh after breakfast with a Hop on Hop off Tour. Since the fifteenth century, Edinburgh has been the capital of Scotland, and it sits firmly atop seven hills, producing a spectacular skyline for this vibrant global metropolis. What perfect way to observe this wonderful city than with the vantage point of a City Sightseeing Tour Bus? As you wonder at the impregnable Castle Rock above you in the hear about the attempts to conquer Edinburgh Castle, learn about the executions that did take place in the Grass Market. The Royal Mile, which connects Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyrood House, is a must-see. The rest of the day is free to explore the city on your own. Edinburgh will be your home for the night.
1) Loch Ness, Glen Coe & the Highlands (12 hrs)
Scotland in a day: Monsters, Mountains, and Massacres Our most popular tour allows you to explore the most of Scotland in a single day! Our great driver-guides will keep you entertained from beginning to end with stories, music, and amazing stops. This route takes you around Loch Ness, through the Cairngorms National Park, via the magnificent Glen Coe, and past Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument.
2) Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & Whisky (10 hrs)
This journey introduces you to three traditional Scottish flavourings: castles, lochs, and whisky. Explore the majestic castle or stroll through the old streets that surround it. Travel through to the Trossachs National Park and Loch Lomond. Enjoy a Whisky tasting tour at one of Scotland's most beautiful distilleries.
After breakfast, you'll be transferred to Edinburgh Airport for your trip to Belfast. When you arrive at Belfast Airport, your driver will greet you and transport you to your accommodation. With its blend of Victorian beauty, industrial grit, and living history, this modern city is an eclectic stew of cultural riches. A cultural hotspot with history, exquisite dining, breathtaking landscapes, and even the Ship of Dreams. Please come to Belfast and feel the pulse of the city! Check in and spend the rest of the day however you choose. Belfast for the night.
Begin your exploration of Belfast with an open-top double-decker bus on this hop-on hop-off sightseeing after brunch. Make your own experience with your 1-day pass, which includes visits to HMS Caroline, Wall Murals in Falls and Crumlin Roads, St George's Market, Belfast City Hall, Shankill Memorial Garden, and much more. Enjoy unimpeded views, informative onboard commentary, and a custom itinerary. Your admission ticket to the Titanic Belfast is also included. A self-guided tour of 9 interactive galleries that examine the entire Titanic tale, as well as entry to the SS Nomadic. Belfast for the night.
1) Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour (9.5 hrs)
The tour's highlight is the Giants Causeway, Ireland's sole UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can spend a bit of time here climbing over the old stones, taking photographs, and learning about the tales and legends that surrounds this universe sight. Carrickfergus Castle and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge are also on the itinerary. When we arrive at the Bushmills Distillery, you can browse the gift shop or go straight to the bar for a quick tasting of the famed Irish whiskey!
2) Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour (9 hrs)
This all-day tour is professionally guided and takes in the greatest Game of Thrones filming spots along the stunning North Antrim coast. The trip winds past and takes in other well-known locations of Westeros, despite the fact that there are seven set halting points. When you join us for an unforgettable day touring some of Northern Ireland's primary Game of Thrones production locations, you'll get a firsthand look at the breathtaking countryside featured as the series' backdrop.
Check out and go to the station to catch your train to Dublin after breakfast. Upon arrival, proceed to the hotel and check in. Welcome to Dublin, a vibrant capital city that seems as little as a village and as welcoming as your neighbourhood Irish bar. This placed city is an experience in and of itself, with its perfect blend of traditional tourist sights, superb social life, and natural playground of Dublin Bay and the Dublin Mountains enclosing it on all sides. The rest of the day is free to do as you please. Dublin for the night.
Begin your exploration of Dublin, Ireland's capital, following breakfast. See the city from the top of an open-top double-decker bus. Visit the National Museum of Archaeology and History or the National Gallery of Art. Take a break at Trinity College, wonder at Christ Church Cathedral, or visit The Dublinia to see exhibits from Dublin's rich past. St. Patrick's Cathedral also is accessible to tourists and has a rich history and architecture. A visit to the Guinness Storehouse is a must for everyone who appreciates the perfect pint. Alternatively, budding whiskey tasters might try some Irish whiskey at The Old Jameson Distillery. Overnight stay in Dublin.
Optional Tour: Cliffs of Moher Tour (10 hrs)
Beautiful rolling green hills, pots of gold, and mischievous leprechauns are all things Ireland is famed for. It is, nevertheless, known for something: its spectacular cliff edges. Come us as we explore the Cliffs of Moher, one among Ireland's Seven Wonders. Take a trip to the Wild Atlantic and you'll be greeted with spectacular and breath-taking views that are nothing short of stunning. And first foremost, our tour brings you to one of Ireland's most beautiful natural sites. In addition, we'll visit the charming village of Doolin, the Burren National Park, and Galway City.
After breakfast, checkout out and take a private transport to the airport.