Wicklow Mountains, Co. Wicklow

Winter break in Ireland

Six Days in Dublin, Belfast, and their surrounding areas.

Experience the best of Dublin and Belfast.

Enjoy six days and five nights exploring Dublin, Belfast, and their surrounding areas. You’ll visit Book of Kells, Wicklow, the Titanic Belfast Museum, the sights of where Game of Throne’s was filmed, and the quaint village of Howth, just outside of Dublin.

Day 1: Welcome to Dublin, Ireland

Accommodation: The Alex Hotel

Welcome to Ireland! Enjoy a hop-on hop-off bus tour, Trinity College, Book of Kells, and a guided pub crawl that evening!


Day 2: Day trip to Wicklow

Accommodation: The Alex Hotel

Take a day trip Day trip from Dublin to Wicklow, also known as the ‘Garden of Ireland'. In Wicklow enjoy a guided tour or a 3k or 5k hike into the mountains with sheep and Red deer as your companions.


Day 3: Explore Belfast

Accommodation: The Fitzwilliam Belfast Hotel

Take the Irish Rail from Dublin to Belfast. Enjoy a black taxi tour of the "Troubles" in Northern Ireland, visit the Titanic Belfast Museum, and explore the blossoming Cathedral quarter.


Day 4: Visit Giant’s Causeway, the magical location of the filming of ‘Game of Thrones’.

Accommodation: The Fitzwilliam Belfast Hotel

See the magical location where the hit fantasy drama ‘Game of Thrones’ is filmed on a full-day tour of the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway from Belfast. Explore the caves and a walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.


Day 5: Cliff Path Loop, East Pier, and Howth Castle.

Accommodation: The Davenport Hotel

Take the train back to Dublin. Upon arriving, hop on the DART to Howth, an Irish Village east of Dublin. There, walk the Cliff Path Loop and the East Pier, and tour the Howth Castle - it wouldn’t be a trip to Ireland without visiting a castle. Once back in Dublin visit the famous Guinness Storehouse.


Day 6: Say your good-byes to Ireland.

Head home from Dublin. Please be sure to arrive at the airport 2-hours prior to your flight.


The above itinerary includes 5 nights of accommodations, an Irish breakfast each morning, Irish rail travel, and a full-day tour of Giant's Causeway. This trip starts at $1,495 per person excluding flights. Flights can be quoted separately, starting at $715 per person.