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Arrive Dublin

Tour begins: Dublin, 6:00 PM. A transfer is included from Dublin Airport to either the Conrad Dublin, The Shelbourne Dublin or The Westbury, all located in the heart of the city near St. Stephen’s Green, close to Dublin's iconic...


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In Dublin's fair city

A morning tour of Dublin includes city sights such as St. Stephen’s Green, Phoenix Park, historic O’Connell Street, Georgian Square, the Lord Mayor’s Residence, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and more. At historic Trinity College,...


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Powerscourt Gardens & embark in Dublin

Take a drive to Enniskerry for a visit to Powerscourt Estate, and one of the most beautiful gardens in Europe. Set on an estate that encompasses a Palladian manor house, a golf course, and stunning views of the Wicklow hills, the gardens were originally...


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Three ways to explore Belfast

Dock in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, once famous for linens, shipbuilding and political unrest, now a rising star of commerce, tourism and hip urban culture – and explore from a choice of shore excursions. "Belfast – Past,...


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Back in time on the Isle of Man

Sail to the Isle of Man, a tiny nation of rugged coastlines, charming villages, medieval castles, and ancient mythologies in the Irish Sea. A self-governing dependency of Britain, the island’s heritage is a mix of British, Irish and Norse influences....


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Discovering Liverpool, the Beatles origins or Chester

Arrive in Liverpool, an historic shipping and trading port known as “England’s finest Victorian city.” Wealth from transatlantic trades going back to the 18th century produced an abundance of mansions, elegant townhouses and landmark...


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Cork, Blarney Castle or Kinsale

Dock late morning in the colorful seaport village of Cobh where you have time explore as you please, perhaps visiting the Queenstown Story museum. Following lunch, you have a choice of three different sightseeing excursions. "Cork and Blarney Castle"...


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The Isles of Scilly

Cruise to the Isles of Scilly, an archipelago off the Cornish peninsula of Great Britain. Only a handful of the tiny islands are inhabited, and their temperate climate, turquoise seas, and white sand beaches offer an idyllic retreat far from the madding...


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Guernsey in the Channel Islands

Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands in the English Channel, was a notorious haven for pirates in the Middle Ages, and often a strategic prize in England’s wars with Spain and France. By the 19th century it was famous as a summer resort for wealthy...


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Explore Portsmouth and on to London

Dock in Portsmouth, Britain’s chief naval port and a symbol of its military might for centuries. Disembark and tour the famous dockyard, where you’ll learn how warships built here changed the course of history. Go aboard HMS Victory,...


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A day well spent in London

Your first stop today is the Tower of London for an early-opening visit ahead of the crowds; see the Crown Jewels, and experience the labyrinthine wonders of this storied fortress, the ancient heart of the city. Next, you’re off on a guided tour...


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Journey home

Tour ends: London. Fly home anytime. Transfers are included from your London hotel to Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport or London International Airport as well as the St Pancras railway station. You should allow three hours for flight...


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