This great itinerary will give you a wonderful insight into the rich history and culture of this vibrant city. Dublin has so much to offer, with world-class museums that tell of a fascinating history and visits that allow you to appreciate the city’s culture and heritage.
Combine rich Irish history with other traditions and have the chance to visit the castle, Christ Church Cathedral and the oldest university in Ireland, Trinity College. There is of course also the opportunity to visit the Guinness storehouse, to learn about the manufacturing of this famous beer.
Our Suggested Itinerary
Flight from the UK to Dublin Airport.
Begin your trip with a Guided Walking Tour of the city. You will be able to explore sites which have featured heavily in Dublin’s history. The tour includes locations such as Trinity College, City Hall and St Stephen’s Green.
Visit the EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, the world’s only fully digital museum, which tells the moving and unforgettable stories of those who left Ireland, and how they shaped and influenced the world.
Head to the Dublin Writers Museum, a celebration of literary Dublin. The Irish literary tradition is one of the most renowned world-wide and is famous for four Nobel Prize winners.
Start you day by visiting the National Museum of Ireland where students will get a general introduction to the political, social and cultural events leading up to the Rising, Easter week in Dublin and its aftermath.
Afterwards, visit Dublin Castle which has had continuous occupation since its establishment in 1204AD. It has played a prominent role in Ireland’s history and is now a major government complex.
Then visit Christ Church Cathedral and marvel at the cathedral’s beautiful interior and its fascinating medieval crypt.
On your final day, explore Ireland's number one visitor attraction, the Guinness Storehouse. You can learn about the history of ‘the black stuff’ and discover how this famous beer is brewed.
Then pay a visit to Trinity College, the oldest university in Ireland, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. The college was originally set up for protestant education and opened its doors to Catholics in 1793.
Return flight to UK.
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