Experience the Highlights of the UK and France as never before – 4 countries in 18 days – England, Ireland, Wales and France. Get ready for one amazing adventure after another!
Travel back to the distant past while you explore the British Isles; gain a unique insight into British Government and the role of the Monarchy both in history and in the politics of today, explore the picturesque countryside in Wales and the rural charm of Ireland as far west as The scenic Ring of Kerry and travel to France travel from Caen and the poignant Normandy Beaches to Paris, the City of Lights,. Get to know a European family during a home stay, and build confidence when you abseil off a tower wall. You can gain a global perspective during these unique experiences that help you discover other cultures—learning what distinguishes one country from another, while building the common bonds that unite us all.
Welcome to Ireland! Introductions to your Tour Manager and motor coach driver mark the start of your tour.
If time permits visit Phoenix Park, at 707 hectares (1752 acres) it is one of the largest enclosed recreational parks within any European Capital city.
Visit this internationally acclaimed interactive museum situated at the departure point from Ireland where the Titanic's ill-fated voyage began, and learn all about the history of the ship and its journey.
Explore Blarney Castle, long recognised as one of Irelands greatest treasures as it is the location of the Blarney Stone – take the challenge and kiss the Blarney Stone to gain the gift of eloquence.
Tonight you will stay in a typical family guest house in Cahersiveen. Meet your guesthouse hosts and enjoy a pot of tea and the Craic amidst homestay family and experience traditional home cooked Irish food and the warmth of Irish hospitality.
Today you will spend the day immersed in a delightful Irish community, take part in a locally led Historical Walk through the town, visit the GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) and mix with local students and learn about the sports that ignites passion in the Irish.
Give something back to community as you help local youths to complete rewarding tasks to help local people. Receive a lesson in how to cut peat from a local living in Cahersiveen. Once dried, this will then be given back to the elderly of Cahersiveen to burn for winter fuel. Prepare and deliver meals for the elderly, visit the local hospital or work in the gardens of this community
Enjoy a traditional Irish Ceili, with music and dancing led by young local musicians. You will get the chance to participate and learn the art of Irish Dancing.
Spend the day in the breath-taking Gap of Dunloe. You will travel by Pony Trap known as Jaunting Car led by experienced second and third generation “jarvie’s” who will lead you through the valley and regale you with local annecdotes. End the day by travelling back across the Lake by boat taking in the tranquil scenery, and enjoying the views of the McGillcuddy Reeks .
At the farm you will be transported back in time and experience real farm life before everything became mechanised. See the traditional equipment, learn how cows were hand-milked and how the farms of yesteryear were run.
Travel from Limerick to Dublin.
Take a guided tour of the GAA museum at the legendary Irish stadium, Croke Park, and learn all about Irish sports and it’s importance to the Irish people. The GAA is the custodian to all the artefacts and archives of the Gaelic games and honours the heritage of the games and the leading personalities in the sports of hurling and Gaelic Football.
Meet your homestay family and experience their hospitality and traditional Dublin home-life.
Suitable for students aged 14 – 18 years old
Various dates are available. Please contact us for more details.
Typically £2,075 per person based on the following terms and conditions
Suitable for students aged 14 – 18 years old
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