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Northern Ireland 04 Days Tour


04 Days

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Ireland, a land of myths and legends, captivates with its rugged coastlines, verdant landscapes, and rich cultural heritage. Dublin, its vibrant capital, pulses with literary history and lively pubs resonating with traditional music. The Irish people are known for their warmth and storytelling tradition, reflected in Gaelic language revival efforts. Beyond its famous hospitality, Ireland boasts ancient ruins like the Rock of Cashel and breathtaking natural wonders such as the Cliffs of Moher. Its economic growth and tech industry have earned it the nickname “Silicon Valley of Europe,” yet Ireland remains deeply rooted in its Celtic roots, offering visitors a blend of history, nature, and charm.

Tour Highlights
  • MADURA TRAVEL SERVICE (P) LTD Celebrates 40th year in Service and services to 4 million Guests.
  • Get the maximum experience at a very reasonable price.
  • An incomparable exotic 11 days tour with maximum quality sightseeing.


  • Tour by private vehicle led by your guide. Selection of hotels based on the selected route with breakfast included. Basic travel insurance. - The selected hotels in rural areas are in many cases small in size or even rural houses. Although the hotels planned will be overnight stays, in some cases due to lack of availability or different from the contracting conditions, similar hotels will be confirmed in the same or nearby town
  • Includes departure transfer
  • Experiences: Celtic Night, traditional dinner show and traditional Celtic dance
  • Transfer: Transfer out in Dublin
  • Ticket admission: Hillsborough Castle , Titanic Museum en Belfast , Giant´s Causeway (Bushmills) , Marble Arch Caves
  • GST and TCS Taxes
  • Any expense on personal nature
  • Tips, portages and gratitude
  • Camera and video permits
  • GST and TCS taxes

Tour Plan

  • Welcome.Departure from Ireland. Arrival at Hillsborough Castle at approximately 11:00 am.
  • Official residence of the government in Northern Ireland, it was built in the 18th century for the Marquesses of Downshire, and was in their hands until 1922, the year in which it passed to British government. It is not a castle, but a Georgian house, with typical royal family facilities. Also noteworthy are its colorful surroundings, with its fantastic combination of forests, wild meadows and somewhat more formal ornamental gardens. After the visit, at 1:00 p.m., arriving in Belfast, we will have time for lunch (not included) at the Grannie Annies restaurant. Later, around 2:30 p.m., we visit the Titanic Museum, inaugurated in 2012 in the same place where the Harland & Wolff shipyard was located, where the famous ship was built. Inside it houses the most complete exhibition on the Titanic and its shipwreck in the world (entrance included).
  • Transfer to the hotel and time to get to know the city. Accommodation.
  • Day of spectacular visits. We cross the village of Cashendun. It is a village declared a conservation area in 1980, due to its architectural history and its location within the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of ​​Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • At noon, we will have time for lunch in Ballycastle, a lively coastal town where its gastronomy and folklore stand out. After lunch (not included), we will visit the spectacular Giant´s Causeway, a unique place of basalt columns that jut into the Atlantic Ocean. It is an epic view of some 40,000 stones in the shape of hexagonal steps that date back almost 60 million years and belong to a time of volcanic activity (entrance included and time for visit – comfortable shoes and warm clothing are recommended).
  • Arrival in Derry, a walled city that mixes history and modernity. Time to walk and accommodation.
  • Today we will have our last day of “getaway through Northern Ireland”.
  • Time to walk and photograph the surroundings of Monea Castle, whose origin dates back to the beginning of the 17th century and which today is in ruins located in a unique location. Stop for lunch and before arriving in Dublin and crossing the border with Ireland, we visited the spectacular Marble Arch caves: one of the most impressive cave systems in Europe. Formed more than 330 million years ago, they reach more than 11 km in length and are constantly evolving, as groundwater continues to erode the limestone to form a strange and fantastic world. After the visit we continue to Dublin. Arrival and check in at the hotel. At night, we will enjoy a “Celtic Night” as a farewell, which includes a traditional dinner show and traditional Celtic dance.
  • Return to the hotel and accommodation.
  • At the indicated time, transfer to the airport and end of services.

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