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Ireland & Scotland: European Student Trip

Ireland, Scotland
The sun sets over the Giant Causeway in Ireland

Ireland & Scotland: European Student Trip

Ireland, Scotland

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Day 1:

Board your overnight flight to Dublin             

Day 2: Dublin   

Meet your tour leader at the airport

Enjoy a tour of the city

Experience Gaelic games

Day 3: Dublin

Start the day exploring Dublin Castle

Discover the Guinness Storehouse

Visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Day 4: Belfast

Travel to Belfast

Experience the city with a tour

You will see:

  • Crumlin Road Gaol
  • St. Georges Market

Visit the Titanic Belfast

Day 5: Belfast – Glasgow - Edinburgh

Transfer from Belfast to Glasgow via ferry

Discover the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

End the day in Edinburgh

Day 6: Edinburgh

Explore the city with a tour where you will see:

  • The medieval Old Town
  • Georgian New Town
  • Edinburgh Castle

Day 7: St. Andrews - Edinburgh           

Travel to St. Andrews

Enjoy a guided walk of the Old Course

Discover St. Andrews Castle

Experience St. Andrews Cathedral

Transfer back to Edinburgh

Day 8: Edinburgh

Start the day at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

Visit at Dynamic Earth

Wander through Edinburgh on an evening ghost tour

Day 9: Edinburgh

Travel to the airport for your flight home

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9-Day European School Trip

Experience the beauty, history and culture of Ireland and Scotland on this 9-day student tour. Discover the charm of Dublin with a tour of the city, wander through the Giant’s Causeway in Belfast and see the Queen’s official residence in Scotland on this educational tour. Students will also relive the story of the Titanic from the beginnings, explore the lifespan of planet Earth and learn about Edinburgh’s chilling past with an evening ghost tour

Trip Highlights: Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Edinburgh, St. Andrews

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