True to the nature of the Emerald Isle, the Irish city of Bantry leads to verdant scenes and stunning beauty like the Gardens of Garnish Island. A heritage of carpet craft and tapestries lives on in Killybegs, home to the world-famous, hand-knotted Donegal carpets. From Cobh, take a panoramic journey through County Cork, a road that leads to the famous Blarney Castle. Once you've ascended the tower's steps, you have the opportunity to kiss the legendary stone in hopes it will bestow you with the gift of gab as your companions cheer you on. The cultural heart of Ireland is Galway, but for a different perspective of the iconic city, head underground to Aillwee Cave, with winding passages carved in the limestone from melting water from the Ice Age. Experience a culinary adventure through Belfast’s top eateries alongside your fellow explorers and guided by a passionate foodie who also shares insights into Northern Ireland's folklore.