In Waterford, visit the House of Waterford Crystal; see Ireland’s oldest handweaving mill at Avoca; cross through the Wicklow Mountains; and take a guided tour of St.Kevin’s 6th-century center of Irish Christianity in Glendalough.Patrick’s Cashel, and in Tipperary, made famous in the wartime marching song.
Return to Dublin for the conclusion of your Irish journey.
Breathtaking scenery awaits you on this beautiful Scotland itinerary.
Depending on which Ireland vacation you select, you might enjoy the beautiful Garinish Island in Killarney, stroll through King John's Castle in Limerick, explore a charming rural life in Shannon, or travel by ferry to hear locals speaking Gaelic in the Aran Islands.
The Scottish heritage is deeply embedded and preserved.
Stop at the Culloden Moor battlefield, enjoy a sheepdog display, and sample a ‘wee dram’ at a whisky distillery. Finally, arrive in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh for two overnights and guided sightseeing featuring a visit of Edinburgh Castle with its magnificent Crown Jewels.