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Knobby knees? Skinny calves? Thick ankles? No matter here. You can show them off with pride on this tartan-filled tour through the kilted and Celtic countries of Scotland, Ireland and Wales with the added bonus of England’s postcard-perfect Lake District. Whether you’re in search of heritage, haggis, rolling glens or smooth Guinness, there’s so much to discover on this Celtic tour of Britain and Ireland. Ancient castles? Check. Legendary lochs? Indeed. Sparkling seascapes and hallowed battlefields? You can bet your boots. Speaking of betting, you’ll visit the Irish National Stud at Kildare, a working stud farm and the beating heart of Ireland’s esteemed thoroughbred racehorse industry. From the storied cities to the tiny towns, you’ll feel your own heart beat as you savor the deep-rooted traditions and customs of the Emerald Isle and the Scottish Highlands and Lowlands.

  1. Day 1
    Welcome to Glasgow! Free time. At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travel companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel. (D)

    Meals:   Dinner
  2. Day 2
    Secret Keys to Scottish Lochs GLASGOW Orientation drive to see the 12th-century cathedral, university buildings, and Georgian squares.
    HIGHLANDS Take a scenic drive along Loch Lomond and Loch Linnhe, and through Rannoch Moor and Glen Coe.
    FORT WILLIAM See the gateway to Ben Nevis, UK’s highest peak.
    LOCH NESS Visit the legendary lake. (B)
    178 mi / 286 km

    EPIC RIDE They can take the low road, but we’ll take the high road on a scenic ride through magic and mystery of the moors and glens of the Scottish Highlands. From lovely Loch Lomond and Loch Linnhe to the boggy expanses of Rannoch Moor and the dizzying beauty of Glen Coe and Ben Nevis, you’ll discover the legends of Loch Ness and more across the beauty of Scotland’s magnificent scenery.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  3. Day 3
    A Red Moor & A White Castle CULLODEN Visit the Culloden Moor battlefield site and visitor center.
    BLAIR ATHOLL Visit Blair Castle. (B)
    178 mi / 286 km

    HISTORIC SPOT If these walls could talk, they would tell how the 19 generations of Stewarts and Murrays of Atholl have loved, won, and lost through seven centuries of history at Blair Castle, visited over time by Mary Queen of Scots, Bonnie Prince Charlie, and Queen Victoria.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  4. Day 4
    Drummers, Pipers & Precious Jewels EDINBURGH Morning city sightseeing with a Local Guide includes the New Town, the Old Town, and a visit to Edinburgh Castle to see Scotland’s Crown Jewels. Free time in the afternoon.
    THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO Attend the world-renowned Tattoo performance. (Departures August 5 through August 19 only). (B)

    MUSIC & MASTERPIECES Ascend to Castle Rock to explore Edinburgh Castle, one of the most important historical strongholds in the Kingdom of Scotland, with an 11,000-year history as "the most besieged place in Great Britain.” Here, you’ll find the royal regalia and Scotland’s Crown Jewels. The Castle forms the background of the spectacular Tattoo, an extravaganza of bagpipes and drums performed en masse in August each year.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  5. Day 5
    Songs, Sonnets & Secret Vows GRETNA GREEN See where the Scottish blacksmith performed weddings for eloping young couples.
    LAKE DISTRICT Take a scenic drive.
    GRASMERE Visit Wordsworth’s beloved village and sample [LF] the original Grasmere gingerbread.
    LIVERPOOL Visit The Beatles Story for a fascinating journey into the life and music of the Fab Four. (B)
    235 mi / 378 km

    TIMELESS TRADITIONS Sweeten the day with classic Grasmere gingerbread and hear the story of Sarah Nelson, the Victorian cook who invented the world famous cross between cake and biscuit in 1854.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  6. Day 6
    Forest Sprites & Ferry Sights NORTH WALES Scenic drive through the forest village of Betws-y-Coed and Snowdonia National Park. Take a ferry to cross from Holyhead to Dublin. (B)
    131 mi / 210 km

    NATURAL WONDERS Pass through Snowdonia National Park’s forests, rugged mountains and sweeping coastline, where Welsh and the language of nature are spoken in stunning style.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  7. Day 7
    Ireland’s Capital City DUBLIN Take an orientation drive to see O’Connell Street, Georgian squares, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Trinity College. Free time. (B)

    CITY SIGHTS “In Dublin’s fair city where girls are so pretty” you’ll also find great personality and charm. The charisma of Dubliners and the bounty of pubs here is matched only by the gorgeous Georgian Squares, 12th-century St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the legendary library of Trinity College.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  8. Day 8
    The Winner’s Circle KILDARE [LF] Visit the world renowned Irish National Stud.
    CASHEL See the Rock of Cashel, where St. Patrick preached.
    BLARNEY Visit the village known for its magical Kissing Stone.
    KILLARNEY Free time. (B,D)
    231 mi / 372 km

    CULTURE & TRADITION The Irish National Stud is home to the long tradition of Ireland’s love of horses. This horse breeding facility in County Kildare, considered the beating heart of Ireland's thoroughbred industry, continues to inspire all who visit. Hear about some of the world’s most magnificent champion stallions that have made racing history since the turn of the 20th century.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  9. Day 9
    Irish Eyes & Cheeky Rhymes RING OF KERRY Panoramic drive around part of Ireland's southwestern peninsula.
    ADARE Stop at the quaint village to see its pretty thatched cottages.
    LIMERICK Free time. (B)
    167 mi / 268 km

    NATURAL WONDERS Explore the emerald tapestries of green fields and ocean views that make other coastlines green with envy. The Ring of Kerry begins and ends in Killarney, taking you on a trip along the southwest coast of Ireland. Discover a paradise of panoramic cliffs, lush landscapes, and breathtaking beaches of the Iveragh Peninsula.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  10. Day 10
    Notes Above High Sea CLIFFS OF MOHER Visit 668-foot-high cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean.
    GALWAY Free time. (B,D)
    188 mi / 302 km

    PICTURE PERFECT Feast your eyes on a stunning spectacle of sea and sky at the Cliffs of Moher on the Wild Atlantic Way. Try to resist the inspiration that has moved artists, poets, and scientists throughout the ages as you stand on the edge of 320 million years of geologic perfection on the rugged coastline of County Clare.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  11. Day 11
    Giant Steps in Northern Ireland DERRY [LF] Walk on top of the city walls with a Local Guide.
    GIANT’S CAUSEWAY See more than 40,000 interlocking basalt columns formed millions of years ago. (B,D)
    187 mi / 301 km

    CULTURAL GEMS Ireland’s only fully preserved historic walled city, Derry also took centre stage when Amelia Earhart landed her plane nearby having flown from Newfoundland in 1932. Walk on top of the 400-year-old city walls and hear the history of this vibrant place that links the Wild Atlantic Way to Causeway Coastal Route.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  12. Day 12
    A Grand Ship & Great Scots BELFAST Visit the Titanic Belfast experience.
    Take a ferry crossing to the maritime port of Cairnryan on Scotland’s west coast en route to Glasgow. (B,D)
    82 mi / 132 km

    HISTORIC SPOT Explore the fascinating Titanic Belfast experience for an in-depth look at the history and mystery of the legendary ocean liner. See artifacts and hear amazing accounts of Belfast’s boom in shipping and those who built her. Learn about the courage and loss of all involved on a fateful night in April 1912. Get an immersive look at the launch, sinking, and final resting place of the doomed ship, with myths and reality revealed.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  13. Day 13
    Safe travels until we meet again! Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)

    Meals:   Breakfast

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Small Group Discoveries
Globus offers Small-Group Discoveries on select Europe dates. A Small-Group Discovery is limited to an average of just 24 guests per departure. There’s always room to roam with extra space between you and other travelers—while still getting up close and personal to the experiences you’ve been dreaming of. Small-Group Discoveries include all the features of a traditional Globus Europe escorted tour, complete with expert Tour Director, Driver, and Local Guides who ensure that your health and safety is our top priority. A Small-Group Discovery trip is the perfectly sized European tour—without the crowds.

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Glasgow: Clayton Hotel Glasgow
The hotel is situated on Clyde Street overlooking the beautiful River Clyde and just a 10 minutes' walk from George Square, and Glasgow's main shopping streets, art galleries, bars and restaurants. All rooms are air-conditioned and include King Koil mattresses for an enhanced sleep experience, HD TVs with Chromecast, WIFI and complimentary use of fitness suite.
286 Clyde St
Glasgow , United Kingdom
Glasgow: Radisson Blu Glasgow
Offering free high-speed, wireless Internet access throughout, the hotel compromises 250 rooms with complimentary amenities like iPod docking stations, bathrobes and slippers. Collage Restaurant, two stylish bars, access to LA Fitness and a first floor dedicated solely to meetings and events round out the offerings. Glaswegian hospitality and Radisson Blu service standards blend to offer guests a memorable, upscale stay.
301 Argyle St.
Glasgow , United Kingdom
Inverness: AC Hotel by Marriott Inverness
Where the River Ness meets the Moray Firth, AC Hotel Inverness, the largest hotel in the city, offers modern accommodation in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. This perfectly positioned hotel is only a short walk from Inverness Railway Station and the finest shopping and sightseeing spots. Our thoughtfully designed guest rooms offer modern decor, flexible workspace, free Wi-Fi, a smart TV and plenty of space to unwind or focus before your meeting in a calm environment. The perfect blend of form and functions for a stay in Inverness. Start the day with a European-style breakfast and end it with hand crafted cocktails at the AC Lounge. The restaurant completes the offer with tapas-style bites and local flavors, perfectly paired with iconic views across the river. After a long day of exploring the legend of Loch Ness, let us pour you a glass of our signature gin tonic whilst you welcome a moment of tranquility on our riverside terrace. Unfold an enriching stay in one of Scotland¿s most picturesque cities.
Inverness: Mercure Inverness Hotel
Enjoy warm Highland hospitality in Old Town Inverness at Mercure Inverness Hotel. Rebuilt on the site of the original Caledonian Hotel, the modern hotel is just 200 meters from Inverness train station and a caber toss from the city's numerous pubs and restaurants. All 121 guest bedrooms have HD TV and complimentary high speed WiFi. Enjoy panoramic views of the River Ness in the hotel's riverside restaurant or explore The 33 Church Street Bar & Brasserie signature menue.
Church St,
Inverness , United Kingdom
Edinburgh: Marriott Courtyard
Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh is the newest edition to the Scottish capital, combining heritage and style with an innovative design and locally inspired furnishings. The hotel has a prime location, just a five-minute walk from Princes Street and Waverley Station. Spacious, modern hotel rooms include quality amenities, such as a selection of in-room entertainment, plush bedding, and a work desk. Meals are served in The Lantern Room and the lobby offers an innovative and sophisticated space for working and relaxing.
1 - 3 Baxter's Place
Edinburgh , United Kingdom
Liverpool: The Municipal Hotel Liverpool- Mgallery
Originally built in the 1860's, the building has been transformed into a luxury hotel featuring 179 stylish rooms. Palm Court bar occupies the central atrium serving cocktails and coffee whilst Seaforth Restaurant takes influences from Liverpool's trade history. The Municipal spa features a 16 meter swimming pool, salt sauna and steam room (additional charge applies)
The Municipal Building, Dale Street
Liverpool , United Kingdom
Dublin: Royal Marine Hotel
The Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire is an historic and much-loved luxury landmark hotel, dating back to 1828, located in a prime South Dublin position overlooking Dublin Bay.
Marine Road
Dun Laoghaire-C.Dublin , Ireland
Dublin: The Address Connolly
The newly refurbished, The Address Connolly  is conveniently located in the heart of Dublin's City Centre. The hotel property boasts 160 exceptionally appointed guest rooms and suites offering every amenity to ensure a comfortable and luxurious stay for all guests.  This central Dublin hotel is the ideal location for corporate or leisure stays in Dublin. It is on the doorstep of a host of Dublin tourist attractions within walking distance.
Amiens Street
Dublin 1 , Ireland
Killarney: Killarney Towers Hotel
Killarney Towers Hotel offers spacious and bright rooms, designed, furnished and decorated with comfort and convenience in mind. The hotel boasts restaurants, bars, a concierge service and on-site fitness facilities.
College Square
Killarney , Ireland
Killarney: Scotts Hotel Kilarney
Located in the heart of Killarney town centre, they is access to Scotts Hotel from East Avenue Road and College Street. It is within walking distance to Killarney National Park, restaurants, shops and bars.
Scotts Street
Killarney-Co.Kerry , Ireland
Limerick: Clayton Hotel Limerick
Experience what Limerick has to offer first hand at Clayton Hotel Limerick - the friendliness of the people, the vibrancy of the riverside City, the sporting passion, the history, the rural majesty of County Limerick and lots more.
Steamboat Quay
Limerick , Ireland
Sligo: Sligo Park Hotel and Leisure Club
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way, just on the edge of Sligo Town, the hotel is set in quiet parkland, surrounded by some of the scenic Irish countryside. Hotel facilities include 16 meter swimming pool, sauna, tennis court, plunge pool, fully equipped gym, and holistic treatment suite. There is an on-site award winning Hazelwood Restaurant and Jack B's Bar. The stylish and well-appointed rooms offer all the amenities such as tea/coffee facilities and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Pearse Road
Sligo , Ireland
Belfast: Stormont Hotel
The 4 star Stormont Hotel Belfast is located just minutes away from Belfast city center and overlooking the beautiful grounds of the Stormont Estate making it an ideal base for business or leisure. In addition to an excellent reputation for professionalism and exceptional hospitality, this hotel boasts superb facilities to assure the ultimate in comfort and style and the friendly and professional staff will ensure you have everything you need and much more during your stay.
Upper Newtownards Road
Belfast , United Kingdom

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Great trip with scenic, historical and interesting venues and tours. Loved our tour guide and bus driver, great accommodations, Busy pace and made the most of every opportunity to see what we could. Would have liked more time to hike at scenic stops like Cliffs of Moher and Giant's Causeway.

I was disappointed in our tour. I was aware from the itinerary that it was a face paced tour but it felt that we spent a lot of time on the bus and at rest stops and had much less time at the sites I really wanted to see. I was disappointed in out tour guide. She did not go beyond the basics.

Both Affordable Tours and Globus have always been a "sure bet" and we have been with them over 12 times!

Had a great time with Globus and would go with them again.

Accommodations and meals did not seem as good as past Globus tours. Would rather have a few meals at local establishments instead of hotels. Too much coach time (maybe too many miles covered in time slotted.)

The Globus tour we took in Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland was excellent. Hotels were great and the tour guide was excellent.

At some places it exedeed my expectations.

Our tour guide, Anne, was very personable, professional, patient and courteous. She also went above her role in helping me with a big favor. Thanks too to our driver, Mark for driving us safely and helping us with our heavy luggage.

In general the accommodations were good withe exception of the Jurys Inn in Glasgow. We stayed there on the first and last days of the tour. The rooms were bad, located next the railroad tracks. The food there was bland and tasteless. You should find another hotel.

the tour guid anne is very good ,pleasant to be with

This was our 4th Globus tour and will continue to use them.

This trip exceeded my expectations. The tour director was extremely knowledgeable and went above and beyond to make sure all details were attended to. I thoroughly enjoyed the trip and every detail within.

Globus is always great, as expected, that is why we have used them multiple times. Affordable tours has also been consistently helpful and trustworthy to get things right and ensure we have a good vacation. We are quite pleased with both. The tour itself was fantastic, Ireland and Scotland being the predominant focus of the tour. It was great to get to Northern Ireland as well, learning a bit more about the problem that have occurred there since the early 1900's. But the people, excursions, scenery, all were quite memorable. A mix of hotels from modern to rustic, was also a nice aspect. This tour would not dissapoint, especially if you are of Scottish or Irish (or both) heritage. But you do not need to be.

Hotel's appeared to be as good as expected; however, too many problems (A/C out in Liverpool, several the plumbing was marginal at best, irons that didn't work, etc.).

The tour director was very knowledgeable and accommodating to all types of personalities. The driver was also very skilled and made us feel safe at all times.

However - We took all the excursions. Without them the trip would have been a 'Poor Trip'

Right now, I would hesitate to book another trip with Globus. * I was not happy with the tour guide. She was not always courteous and helpful. *The size of the bus was not comfortable for a group of 44 people. We were smashed inside the bus and did not have enough leg room or room for personal belongings. For my next trip, I will get accurate info about the number of people on the bus and the room between seats. *The 1st and last hotel, GoGlasgow was not up to Globus's standards for an excellent room. I realize it was close to the airport but it wasn't in a appropriate neighborhood for Globus and some of the rooms were a mess. Paint peeling, rollaway beds, and the first dinner was awful; the dinner on the last evening was ok, but not great. The rest of the hotels were ok or good! * The amount of time on the internet that we were allotted was unacceptable to most of people on the tour, especially on days we were on the bus for a long time. Globus should not limit time on the internet!!!!!! I don't think an excellent tour should do that to its participants!!!! *Optional excursions: At the Bunratty Castle we were stuffed into the benches and could hardly get in and out of our seat. Other tours had 5 people on each side of the bench. We had 8 people on each side of the bench. I was not happy with that excursion. The Royal Yacht Britannia visit was good but the food at the restaurant afterwards was terrible. The restaurant was called Papillon. Globus should not use that pub again or food offerings should be upgraded. The other excursions were great and entertaining!!

The globus tour guide was excellent

This tour covers an amazing amount of territory. You learn so much about each country as you visit them. The tour guide was amazingly knowledgeable about every place we went. The bus driver was spot on perfect! Most of us wouldn't have been able to maneuver a car through some of the places he squeezed this bus through.

Our tour was handled by Globus - everything they did was wonderful. I highly recommend this tour (the Celtic Highlights) for an introduction to Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. It was fantastic, and it's a whirlwind - you end up noting the big hitter tourist areas you'd like to spend more time exploring on your own, because you cover a lot of ground and see a LOT in that two week period.

Globus needs to have a policy about sick passengers. More than half the passengers including myself became ill because of one ill person.

Great itinerary. Wonderful guide. Be ready for lots of driving, but scenery is beautiful.

Great adventure in Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. Terrific experience!

Our trip was wonderful. The hotels were very nice. Having three choices of food was the best and the food was always good. The tour guide was very knowledgeable so we learned a lot about the countries we visited. She made the trip a great experience. The coach driver was fantastic. He drove that coach on the roads with expertise. I will definitely use this company again.

In depth travel of Scotland and Ireland. You will have a great experience.

This is an awesome itinerary; no traveler could be disappointed! Good commentary through beautiful scenery. Hotels and food are wonderful.

The trip was mostly great except for the following: - flights with United Air were almost all delayed - flight arrangements had very short connection times causing me to run from 1 gate to another. - luggage was lost by the airline at both ends of my trip - some hotels did not have air conditioners - food in hotels are almost all the same - some optional dinners were not good. One even took almost an hour before we got served

I was very disappointed in some of the hotel choices---two stars, at best. I expect more from Globus. On the other hand, our tour guide was one of the best guides I have ever had on a Globus tour. Our driver, was a true gentlemen and superb driver.

Globus provided the best Tour Director, I have ever encountered. He was not only the most knowledgable and experienced guide, he acted like a teacher and very witty/humorous guy. He explained the history of both Scotland and Ireland in details, so the journey was enjoyable. Our Coach Operator was also excellent and safe driver.

Our trip to the UK including Celtic Highlites was wonderful the only problem was it was too short and time passed so fast. Our guide and guides could not have been better. We will be going again with you we are very happy.

My husband and I had a very enjoyable trip and the Globus tour guide and driver were very professional and friendly. Again thank you for a great experience.

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