Flights to Dublin. Dinner and breakfast are served on board.
Upon your arrival at  Dublin   Airport you  will  be  transferred  to your hotel in  Dublin  for dinner and  overnight.
Travel north  to Ulster, enjoy  the  scenic  beauty  and  the  variety  of  the  landscape of  Northern Ireland. Stop en  route  in  Downpatrick. Visit 19th Century Gothic Cathedral built on the Hill of Down, one of the holiest Christian sites in Ireland. Its graveyard contains the traditional burial place of St. Patrick, St Bridget and St. Colmcille. Visit  also  St  Patrick  Center, exhibition which tells the fascinating story of Ireland's Patron Saint. In  the afternoon  orientation tour  of    the  Victorian  city of  Belfast.  Mass in  the  local  Catholic  church. Dinner and overnight  in the  area of Belfast.
After  Mass in  the  local  church  depart  Belfast,  pass through the  Glens  of Antrim  for  our visit  of the Giant’s Causeway,  containing  over  40 000  columns  of  basalt.  The  Giant’s Causeway is a  World Heritage site National Nature Reserve and Northern Ireland’s premier tourist attraction. The Grand Causeway is an astonishing complex of basalt columns packed together, whose tops form 'stepping stones' leading from the cliff foot and disappearing under the sea.  Return to  our  hotel  for dinner and overnight.
Travel to  the  ecclesiastical capital  of  Ireland, Armaugh. Celebrate  Mass at  the Catholic Cathedral of  Armaugh where  Oliver  Plunckett was Archbishop. Continue  on  to Cavan, the most southerly of the Ulster counties  to enjoy  afternoon  at  leisure. Dinner and overnight  in  the  area  of  Knock.
Celebrate Mass in Our Lady's Chapel and explore  Knock, Ireland's National Marian Shrine, where the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Joseph and St. John the Evangelist appeared  to fifteen witnesses on August 21, 1879. In  the Afternoon  visit Ballintubber Abbey, Ireland's only royal Abbey that marks the start of the old pilgrim road to Croagh Patrick. The road is known as "Tochar Phadraig" and each year many make the journey by foot from the Abbey to the holy mountain. It was on the summit of the mountain that Saint Patrick fasted for forty days in 441 AD. Continue to Galway  for dinner and  overnight. 
Full day excursion  to Connemara Mountains. Mass  will  be celebrated  in  Kylemore Abbey which is the only home of the Benedictine nuns in Ireland.  The  balance  of  the day  at  leisure  in Galway.  Dinner and overnight  in Galway.     
Morning  tour of  Galway includes Spanish Arch and the main streets of the capital of  the West.  In  the  afternoon excursion to Clonmacnoise Monastery- spiritual and cultural center of medieval Ireland. We will celebrate  Mass on the spot  visited  by John Paul II during  his pilgrimage to this country. Dinner and  overnight in Galway.
After morning  Mass  at  the Cathedral  of Galway departure for  Killarney. Drive  through the   Burren  region and enjoy its dramatic scenery including the Cliffs  of Moher. Dinner  and  overnight in Killarney.
DAY 10
After Mass at St Mary Cathedral in  Kilarney  depart for a full day tour of the Ring of Kerry. Here you will see the splendor of the lakes and streams, mountain ranges and lush vegetation and some of the prettiest villages in Ireland. Dinner and overnight in Killarney                                                                                                                                                                      
DAY 11
Celebrate Mass at the Franciscan Friary in Killarney. Then leave Killarney to Blarney. Stop to visit Blarney Castle where you climb to the battlements and kiss the famous “stone of eloquence.” End with a scenic drive along the coast to Waterford. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Waterford area.
DAY 12
Today begins with a visit to the famous Waterford Factory. Here you will see the production of Waterford Crystal. Afterwards continue to Dublin via Kildare. The Town dates from the 5th century when it was the site of the original Church of the Oak and monastery founded by St. Brigid. This became one of the three most important Christian foundations in Celtic Ireland.  Visit St. Brigid’s Cathedral where  Mass is  celebrated.  Dinner and overnight in Dublin.
DAY 13
Explore Dublin, an elegant and artistic city. Visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and 400-year-old-Trinity College.  Mass is  celebrated at St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral. Afternoon at leisure to explore or relax. Dinner  and overnight in Dublin.
DAY 14
Transfer to Dublin Airport for you return  flights.



• Air Transportation
• 12 nights accommodation/ rooms with private facilities
• 3 or 4 star  hotels or pilgrims  houses depend  on your  request
• Breakfast and dinner daily
• All transfers by private motor coach
• Guide and tour escort
• Catholic Priest and Mass daily
• Local guides if needed and admission fees

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