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  Important Information about your Accommodation on Tour

Your tour does not include accommodation in the price. By giving you a choice of accommodation it allows you to manage your budget. We stay in smaller places where you will feel closer to the local people. This also means you help to sustain the communities you visit in the long term. Choose from either a hotel, B&B or a hostel and we will book it for you.

The accommodation prices above are for your guidance only and we cannot be held responsible for any variation in the cost of accommodation, or for the variation between providers. We will always do our very best however to satisfy your personal requirements and have an amazing track record for providing our customers with the best quality accommodation available. We do advise that single supplements usually apply, particularly during peak season when double/twin room rates are charged for sole occupancy .Please note that whilst Rabbie’s will try and place single travellers into the same accommodation, this may not be possible due to availability and the time of each individual reservation.

The accommodation we use will be dispersed around various towns and villages, usually not more than a 10-15 minute walk from the centre. There are occasions however when this can be increased to 20-30 minutes. Taxis are available for a small fee if necessary. If you have access needs or specific requirements please let us know when booking. Late bookings and/or peak season may limit the choice and location of available accommodation.

Whilst on tour your driver/guide will drop you off at your pre booked accommodation* and pick you up each morning.

*Please note that if your accommodation has already been booked by Rabbie’s, as per your initial request, there will be a surcharge for any amendments, and are entirely at our discretion. Changes to accommodation cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability. A minimum of £5.00 will apply increasing to a maximum of £20.00 dependant on the length of the tour.

Please be prepared to pay cash. Most bed and breakfast, hostels and guest houses do not accept credit cards. In most large towns automatic cash point machines are readily available**

**There is no cash point facility in the village of Plockton**

Customers are able to book their own accommodation as long as we have been informed that you intend to do this, and that it is within our drivers’ drop off’ area. If you are at all unsure please contact the office for guidance.

We are unable to supply a list of providers that we use due to availability at the time of booking. We do visit our providers regularly and are proud of the long standing relationships we have with them and positive feedback from previous customers.

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Viaje de 5 días a Irlanda del Norte y la costa Atlántica

Lugares de Interés:
~ Belfast
~ Titanic
~ Giant's Causeway
~ Portrush
~ Derry
~ Donegal
~ County Mayo
~ Westport
~ Connemara
~ Galway

Descubra los puntos pintoresco,históricos y culturales más destacados de Irlanda del Norte y la costa del Atlántico. Desde acantilados dramáticos a monasterios ancestrales y castillos, este es el tour que hará que el país cobre vida. 

Conozca las poblaciones locales en un pub tradicional, pruebe el marisco, pasee por playas atlánticas imponentes o explore ruinas prehistóricas-Irlanda tiene una amplia oferta.

Les rogamos llamen por teléfono en caso de que no estuviera disponible la fecha deseada online.

Salida: 09.00       Regreso: 19.00 approx
Precio/Adulto:  369€ - 389€
Precio/Descuento:  349€ - 369€
Salidas: Miércoles (Mayo - Septiembre)

Accommodation Info Accommodation Options
 
 
Itinerario Nuestros clientes comentan Las fotografías del viajero Full Itinerary (English)
Día 1 Salida de Dublín a las 9.00 horas, viajará en dirección norte hacia la frontera con el Irlanda del Norte con parada en la ciudad catedralicia de Dundalk. Desde aquí el tour sigue hacia Belfast. Por la tarde experimentará el contraste entre el bullicio de la ciudad y el bello paisaje de la costa de Antrim y los Glens. Nuestro viaje sigue gran parte de esta costa desde Ballycastle hacia el mundialmente famoso Giants´ Causeway, donde pasará algún tiempo explorando la zona antes de dirigirnos a Portrush para pasar la noche.
 
Día 2 Antes de volver a la República de Irlanda, la primera parada del día se hará en Derry. Después viajaremos por el distrito de Donegal con sus paisajes imponentes y su arraigada cultura celta. La ruta atraviesa el parque nacional de Glenveagh y la montaña de Errigal y después sigue por la costa pasando por pueblos pesqueros tradicionales. Pasamos la noche en Donegal.
 
Día 3 el viaje se adentra en  el distrito de Sligo donde también podrá disfrutar de las bellas playas en Rosses Point y el dramático paisaje de montaña de Ben Bulben. Antes de volver a la costa Atlántica y las isla de Achill, a ruta se dirige hacia el oeste al distrito de Mayo pasando por grandes extensiones de tierras de labranza, ciénagas y páramos abiertoscon vistas a las montañas de la lejanía. Las próximas dos noches las pasará en Westport.
 
Día 4 explorará la zona de Connemara. Se ofrece la bella mansión y terrenos del monasterio de Kylemore, el parque nacional de Connemara, una vuelta en barco por Killary Fjord, Clifden, Sky Road y los Twelve Bens of Connemara. De vuelta a Westport para volver a pasar la noche.
 
Día 5 dejará atrás Westport y viajará hacia el interior por el corazón de Connemara al pueblecillo de Cong a las orillas de Lough Corrib. Allí tendrá tiempo de visitar Cong Abbey o el museo del Quiet Man. Desde aquí pasará por el valle de Maam hacia la ciudad de Galway. De vuelta en Dublin aproximadamente a las 19.00 horas.

Punto de Salida
Enfrente de Kilkenny Shop, Nassau St, Dublin-Véase el mapa.

Incluye
Transporte en microbuses Mercedes para un servicio más personal.
Viajando con un máximo de 16 pasajeros, le garantizamos mayor beneficio, más atención personalizada, más tiempo con los habitantes locales, más tiempo en tierra, más tiempo en rutas apartadas y en general una experiencia escocesa más auténtica-porque el cometido de Rabbie’s es el de ofrecer a sus clientes una experiencia única e enriquecedora que recordarán el resto de sus días.
Aire Acondicionado como equipo estándar.
Servicios de un conductor/guía profesional de Rabbie's

No incluye

Almuerzo y refrescos.
Entradas en atracciones para visitantes.

Precio de descuento

Estudiantes, Adultos mayores de 60 años y niños entre 5 y 16 años

Información importante
 
Debido a que valoramos el tiempo que pasa fuera del autobús y a que le ofrecemos la oportunidad de dar paseos por parajes naturales, le recomendamos traiga ropa y calzado adecuados para su visita. ¡Recuerde que puede llover mucho en Irlanda!

Alojamiento – el precio de la visita no incluye el alojamiento, aunque le da la oportunidad de elegir el precio y el tipo de alojamiento, y le haremos la reserva.- Albergue juvenil, B&B u Hotel – consulte el formulario de reserva en esta página web para conocer los precios. Si tiene problemas de acceso o tiene necesidades especiales, notifíquenoslo cuando haga la reserva.

*Nota - En ocasiones, los pueblos en los que pernoctamos pueden participar en alguna actividad extraordinaria lo que hace que escasee y que encarezca el alojamiento, en cuyo caso es posible que se utilicen lugares alternativos para el hospedaje del tour y se le informará debidamente.

Esta información en Español se ofrece sólo a título informativo. Las visitas turísticas son en inglés y nuestros servicios son sólo en inglés.

Itinerario Nuestros clientes comentan Las fotografías del viajero Full Itinerary (English)
Itinerario Nuestros clientes comentan Las fotografías del viajero Full Itinerary (English)

Day 1 Departing Dublin at 09.00 you will travel north towards the border with Northern Ireland with. From here it is a short journey into the city of Belfast famous for its industrial past and turbulent history. After a short tour of some of the key areas of the city you will arrive in the newly redeveloped Titanic Quarter where you will have time for lunch and a visit to the award-winning new museum. In the afternoon experience the contrasts between the busy city and beautiful scenery of the Antrim Coast and Glens. The tour follows part of this coast from Ballycastle along to the world famous Giants’ Causeway – a stunning piece of coastal scenery. You will spend time exploring this area before arriving in the holiday town of Portrush for the night.

Day 2 Today the tour makes its first stop in the historic walled city of Derry - designated as UK City of Culture for 2013. You will have some free time to explore the old city or one of the many museums or galleries before crossing the border again back into the Republic of Ireland. You will now travel into one of the most remote and unspoilt parts of the country – County Donegal with its stunning scenery and strong Gaelic culture. The route passes Glenveagh National Park and Errigal Mountain then follows the coast through traditional fishing villages. Along the way there will be plenty time for walks, photos and soaking up the local culture before arriving at your overnight stop in Donegal.

Day 3 Travelling south along the coast from Donegal will take you into County Sligo – and grave of famous poet WB Yeats. Nearby are the beautiful beaches at Strandhill and the dramatic mountain scenery of Ben Bulben – great for photographs! Near Sligo Town at Carrowmore is the largest collection of megalithic tombs in Ireland dating back over 6000 years. The route now turns westwards into County Mayo, an area hit hard by the great potato famine and from where many people emigrated to North America. The road takes you through large areas of farmland, bog and open moor with views to distant hills before coming back to the Atlantic Coast and Achill Island. Here you really are right on the edge of Europe and you will have time to savour the peace and quiet of this beautiful area. From here it is a short drive to Westport – your base for the next 2 nights.

Day 4 Westport sits on the edge of Connemara and that is the area you will explore today. The itinerary will depend on the weather and your guide will advise on the best visits for the day. Possibilities include the beautiful house and grounds at Kylemore Abbey, the Connemara National Park, Clifden (the first transatlantic flight landed here), the Sky Road and the Twelve Bens of Connemara. Along the way there will be many opportunities for photos of this dramatic landscape. Overnight again in Westport – why not sample some local seafood in one of the many excellent restaurants.

Day 5 After a leisurely start you will leave Westport behind and travel inland through the heart of Connemara to the village of Cong on the shore of Lough Corrib – where the classic film “The Quiet Man” was made. There will be time for a visit to Cong Abbey or the Quiet Man Museum. From here you pass through the Maam Valley and then on to Galway City, where you have some free time for lunch and explore the vibrant city centre. For those customers continuing on the 9 Day All Ireland Tour, you will be dropped off at your accommodation in Galway before the rest of the group depart for Dublin with a stop at Locke’s Distillery in Kilbeggan on the way. Arrival back in Dublin about 19.00.

Photography Credits:
Tourism Ireland.
Mike Hasted, Luke Sheppard, Ingrid Rasmussen, Pawel Libera, Tony Pleavin, Craig Easton, David Angel, Martin Brent, Bob Berry, Paul Watts, Tai Yuni, Patrick Comerfod, Holger Leue, ChrisHil.