A Celtic Sojourn 2021

Itinerary & Booking Information

The beauty and charm of The Celtic Countries

Ireland and Scotland

Sept. 24

DUBLIN. Amazing architectural gems and an illustrious, literary heritage. So much to see and enjoy. Start by meeting the locals in the Pubs of Temple Bar 

Sept. 24

DUBLIN  Amongst the most popular tourist sights are the bustling banks of The River Liffey, Trinity College, and The Book of Kells.

Sept. 26

KILKEA CASTLE – Spend one night and prepare to feel like royalty in this 12th Century castle, now a hotel. The oldest continually habited castle in Ireland. 

Sept. 27

KINSALE. Explore the charming town and the 17th Century fort at the mouth of the river. The Lusitania Museum is another attraction.

Sept. 29

KILLARNEY and the RING OF KERRY. Ireland most popular tourist destination. Situated in a National Park with breathtaking scenery. 2 nights in a renowned 4-star hotel.

Sept. 30

DINGLE PENINSULA (Optional Extra) Spectacular scenery, incomparable inspiration, friendly faces, and a warm welcome.

Oct. 1

CLIFFS OF MOHER. Their beauty offer a multi-facetted experience of Ireland’s incredible Wild Atlantic Way.

Oct. 1

GALWAY is Western Ireland’s Bohemian party town with endless festivals and events.

Oct. 3

EDINGBURGH CASTLE. Historic monuments everywhere. St. Giles Cathedral, Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh Castle in between quaint pubs and a hive of activity.

Oct. 4

STERLING CASTLE. One of Scotland’s largest and most important castles. Childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots.

Oct. 5

LOCH LOMOND. Largest body of inland water in the UK. Walk up Conic Hill where the views are awe inspiring.