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Enchanting Ireland

A Tour of the Emerald Isle

Dates: June 25-July 7, 2023

It’s a beautiful, magical land, where the gentle green landscape dazzles and the people delight; where warmth and hospitality are national traits and poets are national heroes. From Dublin to Galway, Killarney to Kilkenny, this full yet well-paced tour showcases Ireland’s many charms – both old and new – to our small band of travelers.

Savor the dramatic Antrim Coast and lively Belfast with an optional 4-day/3-night post-tour Northern Ireland extension.

An exclusive Bryn Mawr Departure.

Now accepting reservations! To reserve your place, please call Odysseys Unlimited, Inc. toll-free at (888) 370-6765.

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Prices include int’l airfare and all taxes, surcharges, and fees.

  • Boston, New York: $6,092
  • Baltimore, Chicago, Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia, Tampa, Washington, DC: $6,392
  • Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Detroit, Minneapolis: $6,492
  • Dallas, Denver, Houston,  Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland (OR), San Francisco, Seattle: $6,592
  • Land Only (transfers not included): $5,395

Please call if your city is not listed. Prices are per person based on double occupancy and include airline taxes, surcharges, and fees of $497, which are subject to change until final payment is made.

Single travelers please add $1,595. Your $500 deposit is fully refundable up to 95 days before departure. All tour prices above (excluding airline taxes, surcharges, and fees) are guaranteed.

Business Class upgrade on round-trip Trans-Atlantic flight: $3,595 per person from Newark, Washington DC, in addition to above costs (upgrade is subject to availability and pricing is subject to change.)

For reservations and information, please call Odysseys Unlimited, Inc. toll-free: 888-370-6765 Monday–Friday, 9:00 AM–7:00 PM, Eastern Time


  • Round-trip airfare from select cities
  • 11 nights' accommodations in Deluxe and Superior first class hotels
  • 22 meals (11 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 8 dinners)
  • Extensive sightseeing and entrance fees
  • Private motor coach transportation
  • Gratuities for local guides/dining room servers/porters/drivers
  • Services of an Odysseys Unlimited Tour Director.


Depart U.S. for Dublin, Ireland

Arrive in Dublin and enjoy a welcome dinner at a local restaurant. 

This morning's city tour of Dublin includes Trinity College and St. Patrick's, the national cathedral of Ireland. In the afternoon, embark on an informal walking tour and enjoy dinner on your own. 

We leave Dublin this morning for Galway in the West. En route, stop for tea and coffee at Tyrrellspass Castle and the 6th-century Clonmacnoise, Ireland's most important early monastic site.

Travel through western County Galway to Connemara, a rugged, silent landscape of mountains, glacial lakes, endless roads and uninhabited bog lands. Tonight enjoy dinner with traditional Irish entertainment at Padraicins overlooking Galway Bay.

Embark on an excursion to Inishmore, the largest of the fabled Aran Islands, whose unique history and culture have been an inspiration to artists, writers and filmmakers. The islands feature primitive stone forests, early Christian churches and medieval castles. We also stop at Dun Aenghus Fortress, the three prehistoric stone walls crowning the tallest cliffs of Inishmore.

We leave Galway for Killarney, traveling along the fabled coastline of County Clare. We visit the Cliffs of Moher and then cross by ferry into County Kerry, reaching Killarney National Park in the afternoon.

Explore Killarney, founded as a resort in the 18th century, beginning with a jaunting cart ride from the center of town to 15th century Ross Castle. Then we travel by boat to Muckross House, which showcases the art and craft of bookbinding, pottery and weaving. 

Today we experience two of Ireland's most popular attractions, the stunning mountain and coastal scenery of the Ring of Kerry, a 110-mile route connecting Dingle, Iveragh and Beara peninsulas. We stop at a small village for an Irish sheepdog demonstration before returning to Killarney.

On our way to Kilkenny, we stop in Blarney to visit the ruins of the 15th-century castle, with its celebrate Blarney Stone. We also visit the Blarney Woolen Mills and the Rocks of Cashel before returning to Kilkenny. 

Today is devoted to Kilkenny- we tour 12th-century Kilkenny Castle and embark on an informal walking tour of Kilkenny, noting the many buildings of "black" or Kilkenny marble, quarried locally.

We leave Kilkenny for a final visit to Dublin, where we tour the fascinating EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum. 

Depart for the U.S.


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