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13-Night London to Dublin

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13-NIGHT

LONDON TO DUBLIN

TAKE IN THE HORIZON

It’s all about the Green on this in-depth tour from London to Dublin with several opportunities to play golf throughout world-famous fields in Ireland and the UK. There are few delights that can compare with swinging your club and watching the ball fly toward a breathtaking landscape, except perhaps the chance of 2 overnight stays in Ireland.

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PROMISES FOR A LUXE-ADVENTURE EXPERIENCE

EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR JOURNEY CONSIDERED:
Complimentary, direct private charter jet service for Antarctica sailings. Roundtrip commercial airfare for all others.

EXPLORE YOUR WAY:
Choice of complimentary land excursions in every port.

SAVOR LOCALLY INSPIRED GOURMET CUISINE:
Extraordinary culinary adventures with 6 onboard dining options

RAISE A GLASS:
Unlimited premium pours to share with like-spirited travelers.

RELAX AND INDULGE:
Luxurious L’OCCITANE bath amenities in every accommodation.

EVERYDAY CONVENIENCES:
Prepaid gratuities, in-room bar setup and more

13-Night London to Dublin

Jun 17, 2022 / 13 nights

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Starting FROM $12,099 per person

*Taxes and fees are additional and vary by itinerary.

Jun 17 London, Tower Bridge, UK Depart: 12:00AM
London, Tower Bridge, UK

London is a fascinating city with storied landmarks, iconic attractions, and countless hidden gems. Photographers often want to head toward central London near the Westminster Bridge. With Big Ben and Westminster Palace on one side and the London Eye on the other side of the river, it’s the best spot for the ultimate picture of the English capital. Among the lesser-known highlights of London is the British Library, where you may see a scribbled page of Beatles songwriting or a Leonardo da Vinci notebook. There are some stunning illuminated scripts and landmark-scientific items too. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, head to Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens.

Jun 18 London, Tower Bridge, UK Depart: 9:00PM
London, Tower Bridge, UK

London is a fascinating city with storied landmarks, iconic attractions, and countless hidden gems. Photographers often want to head toward central London near the Westminster Bridge. With Big Ben and Westminster Palace on one side and the London Eye on the other side of the river, it’s the best spot for the ultimate picture of the English capital. Among the lesser-known highlights of London is the British Library, where you may see a scribbled page of Beatles songwriting or a Leonardo da Vinci notebook. There are some stunning illuminated scripts and landmark-scientific items too. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, head to Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens.

Jun 19 At Sea
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Jun 20 Isles of Scilly,St Mary’s, UK Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 6:00PM
Isles of Scilly,St Mary’s, UK

While you might think you’ve landed in the Caribbean, the gorgeous oasis of St. Mary’s is very much in England. The Isles of Scilly enjoy a climate that is among the mildest, warmest, and sunniest in the United Kingdom. And very few ships visit, making it an ideal remote getaway. Among the smattering of islands strung off the tip of Cornwall is the thoroughly enchanting St. Mary’s with a population of almost 1,800 and covering an area of about three-square miles, the largest island of the five and the gateway to the rest of the archipelago. While St. Mary’s is laid back, you’ll find you can still enjoy an active day, whether you rent a boat or go paddle boarding ,/br>

Jun 21 Cobh (Cork),Ireland Arrive: 6:00AM Depart: 7:00PM
Cobh (Cork),Ireland

Cobh (pronounced Cove) is a favorite destination among history enthusiasts, especially those who have an interest in the world-famous Titanic. It’s also the gateway to wondrous County Cork, a land filled with rich heritage. A visit to Blarney Castle requires a quick kiss as here is where the famous Blarney Stone is set in the wall. Whiskey lovers can rejoice, as Cork is the site of the Old Jameson Distillery, a beautifully restored and self-contained industrial complex taking you right to the heart of the cherished whiskey making tradition. Near Cork lies the picturesque sailing town of Kinsale with vibrant streetscapes and delicious restaurants.

Jun 22 Foynes, Ireland Arrive: 11:00AM Depart: 10:00PM
Foynes, Ireland

Famous for tales of mythical monsters and home to one of Europe’s oldest pubs, at the heart of the Shannon River region lies the fascinating town of Foynes. This city is your gateway to discover the castles, cliffs, and cities of western Ireland. Setting out from town you can make it to the rugged Cliffs of Moher, which rise precipitously 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. You can also experience what local life was like a century ago at a living village at the foot of medieval Bunratty Castle, complete with rural farmhouses, village shops and streets recreated and furnished as they would have appeared at that time.

Jun 23 Galway, Ireland Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 6:00PM
Galway, Ireland

Ireland’s cultural heart is Galway, or Gaillimh as it’s known in Irish. Situated on the picturesque west coast of the country, you can delight in an array of fascinating experiences set in a breathtaking backdrop. For a different perspective, head underground to Aillwee Cave, with winding passages carved in the limestone from melting water from the Ice Age. On the cultural side, by far the most in-depth overview of all there is to know about the city of tribes can be found at the Galway City Museum. But if you really want to get to know the local life in Galway, make your way to one of its many pubs and grab a pint with the locals.

Jun 24 Killybegs,Ireland Arrive: 12:00PM Depart: 6:00PM
Killybegs,Ireland

Killybegs is one of six historic towns in the Donegal region, home to wild landscapes, white sandy beaches, and cozy little pubs. It’s a city that also takes deep pride in its fishing, tapestries, and carpet craft heritage. For an in-depth experience, visit the Killybegs Maritime and Heritage Center, situated at the famous Donegal carpets building, where world famous hand-knotted carpets are made. You can also revel in its natural wonders, like Bá Fhionntrá (Fintragh Bay), a stunning sheltered beach that stretches only about a mile but holds excellent views of Drumanoo Head, Inishduff Island, and Muckross Head.

Jun 25 Londonderry, UK Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 8:00PM
Londonderry, UK

In Londonderry, you can see the walls everywhere you go. Derry, as it’s referred to locally, is the only completely walled city in Ireland and one of the finest in Europe. Almost 20 feet high and at least as wide, the mile-long oval comes complete with gates, watchtowers, battlements, bastions, and huge cannons. The best way to experience this fascinating fortification is to take a walking tour and hear a local guide bring to life the stories of the brutal 17th century sieges. You can top off your day by raising a glass at the Walled City Brewery.

Jun 26 Belfast, Northen Ireland Arrive: 8:00AM OVERNIGHT
Belfast, Northen Ireland

Anticipate a vibrant restaurant scene, award-winning architecture, and friendly locals as you make your way through the historic city of Belfast. Traipsing the city center calls for a stroll through Belfast’s Botanic Gardens, 28 acres of green lawns and trees near Queens University. Emerge from the gardens at the Ulster Museum, a well-designed space with exhibits on Northern Irish history, art, and natural history. It’s also the gateway to the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s most famous landmark deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Causeway was formed between 50 and 60 million years ago by an ancient volcanic eruption attracting visitors from far and wide to this corner of north Antrim to come marvel at its majesty and mystery.

Jun 27 Belfast, Northen Ireland Depart: 8:00PM
Belfast, Northen Ireland

Anticipate a vibrant restaurant scene, award-winning architecture, and friendly locals as you make your way through the historic city of Belfast. Traipsing the city center calls for a stroll through Belfast’s Botanic Gardens, 28 acres of green lawns and trees near Queens University. Emerge from the gardens at the Ulster Museum, a well-designed space with exhibits on Northern Irish history, art, and natural history. It’s also the gateway to the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s most famous landmark deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Causeway was formed between 50 and 60 million years ago by an ancient volcanic eruption attracting visitors from far and wide to this corner of north Antrim to come marvel at its majesty and mystery.

Jun 28 Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 8:00PM
Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland

A small town located in County Down, Northern Ireland, Warrenpoint is situated on the northern shores of Carlingford Lough. It’s a gateway to Belfast and Dublin, the capitals of Northern Ireland and Ireland, respectively.
Among the lovely sites to enjoy is Narrow Water Castle, located in an idyllic setting overlooking Carlingford Bay. Belfast Castle, built by the Normans in Belfast city center in the late 12th century, sits on a prominent position in Cave Hill Country Park, offering spectacular views out across the lough and the city. South of Warrenpoint, you can venture into Ireland’s capital, Dublin to explore the Georgian architectural elegance, the robust pub culture and some wonderful museums and galleries.

Jun 29 Dublin, Ireland Arrive: 8:00AM OVERNIGHT
Dublin, Ireland

Ireland’s capital, Dublin, is bustling, cosmopolitan, ancient, and young at heart all at once. It is one of Europe’s liveliest cities, where medieval and 17th-century buildings stand comfortably amid all the trappings of a 21st-century community. Marvels like the incredible Book of Kells, one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world, call out to the curious. A gentle and relaxing cruise along the River Liffey immerses you in the capital’s colorful history, from the first arrival of the Vikings to the rapid development of the city during the 18th and 19th centuries. When in Dublin, the Guinness Storehouse, located in the heart of St. James’ Gate Brewery, invites you to raise a glass at the Gravity Bar with a 360-degree view of the city skyline.

Jun 30 Dublin, Ireland
Dublin, Ireland

Ireland’s capital, Dublin, is bustling, cosmopolitan, ancient, and young at heart all at once. It is one of Europe’s liveliest cities, where medieval and 17th-century buildings stand comfortably amid all the trappings of a 21st-century community. Marvels like the incredible Book of Kells, one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world, call out to the curious. A gentle and relaxing cruise along the River Liffey immerses you in the capital’s colorful history, from the first arrival of the Vikings to the rapid development of the city during the 18th and 19th centuries. When in Dublin, the Guinness Storehouse, located in the heart of St. James’ Gate Brewery, invites you to raise a glass at the Gravity Bar with a 360-degree view of the city skyline.

13-Night London to Dublin

Call your Travel Advisor or one of our Voyage Specialists at 1.844.44.ATLAS (28527) for more information.
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