About UK & Ireland

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London is home to some of the most famous and iconic attractions in the world – from Big Ben and the red telephone box, to black cabs and Tate Modern. Get a birds eye view of the city atop the London Eye to crossing the River Themes over the spectacular Victorian Era Tower Bridge.Then of course there Buckingham Palace, Shakespeare’s Globe, Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus, St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey. Step out of London and you’ll find yourself in the middle of picturesque landscapes where you’ll think you’ve stepped straight out of a Jane Austin novel.

Northern  Ireland boasts a glorious mix of rugged coast, tranquil lake lands, moody mountain landscapes and vibrant cities. The Wild Atlantic Way… the longest defined coastal touring route in the world, where the powerful Atlantic waves meet Ireland’s jagged western coast.  Touring the historic Boyne Valley or the sunny South-East, visiting the oldest pubs or discovering the wonders right outside Dublin city. Dublin always gives you a uniquely Irish take on life. Whether you’re shopping, eating out, visiting one of the many landmarks, or simply exploring the city as it explodes with the colours of fall, enduring memories are waiting to be made.

Be prepared to be impressed. From hilltop castles to street market floors, see the city from a different perspective explore its unique and colourful history, all in one cultural hub.

Add to your list of things to see:

  • The Little Museum of Dublin
  • The soulful Aran Islands
  • Wild Atlantic Way
  • Dublin Literary
  • City Of a Thousand Welcomes
  • The great rocky wilderness of Connemara
  • Rathlin Island, County Antrim

With so many sights to choose from in the UK and Ireland you could spend months taking it all in. First step is to decide on your topic area then we can start narrowing down what you can fit in.

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