13 Days

Scotland & Ireland

Spiritual Director: Fr. Todd Strange

April 29 - May 11, 2019    |    Optional Post Tour to London   -   May 11 - 14, 2019

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Scotland · Edinburgh · Glasgow · Carfin · Dublin · Tipperary · Killarney · Dingle Peninsula · Kerry · Galway · Lough Corrib & Clonmacnoise · Knock

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Your trip includes

  • Round-trip airfare
  • All airport taxes & fuel surcharges
  • Centrally located first class hotels: (or similar)
      ~ Apr 30 – May 01: Hotel Edinburgh Grosvenor, Edinburgh
      ~ May 01 – May 03: Hilton Garden Inn, Glasgow City Center
      ~ May 03 – May 04: Camden Court, Dublin
      ~ May 04 – May 05: Hotel Minella Clonmel, Tipperary
      ~ May 05 – May 07: Killarney Court Hotel, Killarney
      ~ May 07 – May 09: Salthill, Galway
      ~ May 09 – May 10: Knock House, Knock
      ~ May 10 – May 11: Sandymount Hotel, Dublin
  • Transfers as per itinerary
  • Breakfast and dinner daily
  • Wine with dinners
  • Transportation by air-conditioned motor coach
  • Assistance of a professional local guide throughout
  • Sightseeing and admissions fees as per itinerary
  • Mass daily & Spiritual activities
  • Luggage handling (1 piece per person)
  • Flight bag & portfolio of all travel documents
Centrally located hotels or similar
Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel
Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel
Edinburgh

1 Night

Hilton Garden Inn
Hilton Garden Inn
Glasgow City Center

2 Nights

Camden Court
Camden Court
Dublin, Ireland

1 Night

Hotel Minella Clonmel
Hotel Minella Clonmel
Tipperary

1 Nights

Killarney Court Hotel
Killarney Court Hotel
Killarney

2 Nights

Hotel Salthill
Hotel Salthill
Galway

2 Nights

Knock House
Knock House
Knock, Ireland

1 Night

Sandymount Hotel
Sandymount Hotel
Dublin, Ireland

1 Night

Not included
  • Lunches, beverages unless mentioned, tips to your guide and driver.
Optional
Travel Insurance

Providing you coverage for both pre-existing conditions and those that may arise during your trip, including medical and dental emergencies, loss of luggage, trip delay, and so much more.

Supplemental Cancellation Protection

A Cancellation Waiver - allowing you to cancel your trip and receive a refund anytime - up until 24 hours prior to departure. The “Waiver” expires once you are within 24 hours of departure.

Itinerary

Day1
Mon, Apr 29: Depart USA to Scotland

Depart USA for your overnight flight to Europe. Dinner and breakfast will be served on board.

Day2
Tue, Apr 30: Welcome to Scotland

Upon arrival at Edinburgh Airport, you will be greeted by your modern motor coach with driver and English speaking guide and you will depart for the city centre. Celebrate mass at the Metropolitan Cathedral of St. Mary (subject to availability). Check into your hotel. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Day3
Wed, May 01: Edinburgh to Glasgow

Following breakfast we will visit Edinburgh Castle. The castle dominates the city centre skyline and from its ramparts you can look down on medieval lanes and elegant, sweeping terraces that hold over a thousand years of history, mystery and tradition. Edinburgh Castle stands upon the basalt core of an extinct volcano. The castle with the complex building history has played a pivotal role in Scottish history, both as royal residence and as a military stronghold. You will visit the room where Mary, the tragic Queen of Scots gave birth to King James VI, you will admire Mons Mega giant 15th century siege gun and you will learn about the famous One O’Clock Gun. The most important exhibits to be found in the Castle are the Honours of Scotland – the magnificent Crowned Sceptre and the Sword of State which are the oldest Crown jewels in the British Isles and the Stone of Destiny, the enigmatic symbol of nationhood used to inaugurate monarchs of Scotland, England and the United Kingdom for more than 1000 years. Next visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the royal family’s official residence in Scotland, stands at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile against the spectacular backdrop of Arthur's Seat, surrounded by the Holyrood Park. The Royal Apartments, where The Queen hosts State ceremonies and other official occasions, are infused with centuries of history and have witnessed many important events in Scotland's rich history. The Palace is perhaps best known as the home of Mary, Queen of Scots and as the setting for the most dramatic episodes in her reign, culminating in the murder of her secretary Rizzio. Depart for Glasgow and check into your hotel. Dinner and overnight at Hotel.

Day4
Thu, May 02: Carfin

This morning, after breakfast we will depart for a visit to the historic small mining village of Carfin. Visit Carfin Grotto.The sight was built using the template of the Grotto at Massabielle; Our Lady of Lourdes. This site, built by unemployed miners of the village, has been used a place of procession and prayer since the early part of the 20th century. Before returning to Glasgow for lunch, you will enjoy some free time in Carfin, a town if significant importance in the life of Scottish Catholicism. Upon returning to Glasgow, you will enjoy a walking tour. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Day5
Fri, May 03: Glasgow - Dublin

Following breakfast we will transfer to Glasgow Airport for flight to Dublin for our short flight to Dublin. Upon arrival at Dublin Airport you will be greeted by your modern motor coach with driver and English speaking guide and you will depart for the city centre. Enjoy a Panoramic City Tour of Dublin. The tour will introduce you to the principal sites, which you may then revisit at your leisure. You will visit the elegant Georgian squares, famous for its architecture and of course its famous doors. Highlights of the tour will be a visit to Trinity College and a stop at St Patrick’s Cathedral. Built in 1192, it is one of Ireland’s largest cathedrals made famous by its former dean Jonathan Swift, author of “Gulliver’s Travels.” Pass by Christchurch, built by the Anglo Norman’s in 1172 to replace an earlier church built by the Vikings in 1038, on your way to the Phoenix Park with its many monuments including the Papal cross. Return to the city centre via the Quays, passing by the Guinness Brewery, and Collins Barrack, now part of the national museum, before arriving back into O’Connell Street and the city centre. Continue to Trinity College. Thomas Burgh built the Old Library building in the 18th century. Today it houses one of Ireland’s most illustrious books, the 9th century “Book of Kells”. Before viewing the famous book visitors pass through an excellent exhibition based on the Book of Kells and other important books written in monasteries around Ireland from the 9th century. After viewing the Book of Kells visitors are invited to visit the Long Room built in 1745. Once the principal library of the university, it now contains over two hundred thousand books and manuscripts of the Trinity’s oldest volumes. Brian Boru’s harp said to be the “oldest harp in Ireland” and a copy of the 1916 proclamation, one of the most important documents relating to Irish history are also on display in the Long Room. In the afternoon visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptized converts on his visit to Dublin. The parish church of Saint Patrick on this site was granted collegiate status in 1191, and raised to cathedral status in 1224. The present building dates from 1220. The cathedral is today the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland (a church of the Anglican Communion). St Patrick’s is Gothic in style and its splendid interior is adorned with funeral monuments, such as The Boyle Family Memorial and the grave of Dean Jonathan Swift (author of Gulliver’s Travels). Swift was dean here until his death in 1745. The Chancel has ornate stained glass windows, and spectacular choir stalls, once used by the knights of St Patrick, adjoin the Altar. The massive west towers, houses a large peal of bells whose ringing tones are so much part of the character of Dublin. Dinner and overnight in Dublin.

Day6
Sat, May 04: Dublin to Tipperary

After breakfast, depart in a southern direction for Tipperary. Travel through Wicklow. South of Dublin is County Wicklow. Known as “the Garden of Ireland” it is home to Powerscourt, Mount Usher and Russborough, to name a few of its many houses and gardens. This region features all the various types of scenery that makes Ireland so beautiful. The coastline is bordered by charming sea resorts such as Bray or Greystones. In the heart of its gentle and rounded hills are nestled Enniskerry and Avoca, both very picturesque villages. Discover its romantic and quiet beauty, the deserted mounts where nothing but heather grows, the small forests and the lush prairies illuminated by yellow gorse in spring. Enjoy a visit to Glendalough. This early Christian monastic site was founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century. Set in a glaciated valley with two lakes, the monastic remains include a superb round tower, stone churches and decorated crosses. The Visitor Centre has an interesting exhibition on Glendalough detailing the history, archaeology and wildlife of this area of Wicklow and includes an audio visual show. Continue via Baltinglass Abbey and Castledermot Abbey to your hotel in Tipperary where you will enjoy dinner.

Day7
Sun, May 05: Tipperary to Killarney

This morning travel to Kerry. En route visit the Rock of Cashel. Possibly the most photographed site in Ireland, the Rock of Cashel towers over the town of Cashel from its perch on a 200 foot high outcrop of limestone. Once the seat of the Kings of Munster. St. Patrick visited the rock in 450, while Brian Boru was crowned the first high King of Ireland here in the tenth century. Granted to the church in the twelfth century, by the O'Brien clan, today the impressive stone walls enclose a round tower, a cathedral, a twelfth century Romanesque chapel and high crosses. The Vicars Choral has been recently restored and its basement houses a small museum of artifacts found on the site. One of the leading visitor attractions in Ireland, in 2011 it was visited by Queen Elizabeth II on her historic first visit to the Republic of Ireland. Continue to Kerry for dinner and overnight.

Day8
Mon, May 06: Dingle Peninsula

After your full Irish breakfast you will depart to West Kerry for a full day touring the Dingle Peninsula. This peninsula is famous for its Celtic, pre-Christian monuments and Christian churches. It is also a ‘Gaeltacht' (Irish speaking) area, where the Irish language and traditional ways of life are preserved. The road around the Peninsula is truly spectacular. It passes through a chain of Mountains, called Slieve Mish. From Inch, a long beach bordered by dunes and made famous by David Lean’s movie “Ryan’s daughter,” admire the Iveragh Peninsula and Rossbeigh Beach. From Dingle, drive around the coast to Slea Head. Here the blue of the marine landscape surrounds the Blaskets Islands, deserted since 1953. In the distance are the two rocky Skellig islands, where the ruins of an early Christian Monastery can be found. The Dingle Peninsula will charm you with its villages painted in bright colours and will bewitch you with the dramatic beauty of its landscapes. Enjoy a visit to Gallarus Oratory. Gallarus Oratory is the most impressive early Christian monument on the Dingle peninsula. It has withstood the passage of time for over 1200 years. Built in the shape of an upturned boat, the oratory formed part of a larger monastic site and was used as a place of prayer and reflection. With its small entrance doorway and round headed east facing window, it is an excellent example of dry stone construction. Gallarus Oratory visitor centre offers visitors the opportunity to explore Gallarus Oratory and also see an audio visual presentation on the surrounding area. There is a shop offering souvenirs and some refreshments located in the main centre. In the afternoon visit Kilmakeadar Church This whole area is quite rich with antiques. This particular 12th century church was once part of a complex of religious buildings. It has a chancel and doorway, which are traditional enlargements of the Romanesque original. Inside there is an ‘Alphabet Stone’ on which letters of the alphabet are inscribed. There is an Ogham stone, a Celtic cross and a sundial in the grounds outside. Return to your hotel in Kerry for dinner and overnight.

Day9
Tue, May 07: Kerry to Galway

After breakfast depart for the Shannon Car Ferry. The main tourist routes of the West of Ireland's Shannon Region are linked via the Killimer Tarbert car ferry. This pleasant, 20 minute journey travels across the Shannon Estuary which is almost 100km in length and 13km wide at its widest point. Ecologically, the Shannon estuary has a unique value with a group of bottle nosed dolphins resident in the estuary. As well as this, the estuary is an important habitat for migrating birds and wild fowl. The ferry can take car and coach vehicles. The ferry trip will save 85 miles (137 km) from ferry terminal to ferry terminal providing a staging point for the many attractions of Clare, Kerry and adjoining counties. Visit the Cliffs of Moher. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean and bordering the Burren Area, the Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's most spectacular sights. Standing 230 metres above the ground at their highest point and 8km long, the Cliffs boast one of the most amazing views in Ireland. On a clear day, the Aran Islands are visible in Galway Bay as well as the valleys and hills of Connemara. To the south of the cliffs is Hag's Head and was once the site of a castle. The cliffs reach their highest point just north of O' Brien's Tower. Cornelius O’ Brien, a descendant of Brian Boru (he who defeated the Vikings in battle), built a Tower at the cliffs in order to enjoy some tea with his lady friends. The Tower is adjacent to the sea stack, Breanan Mór, which stands over 70 metres above the foaming waves and is home to some of the Burren’s wildlife. Atlantic Edge is the exciting new interpretive centre at the Cliffs of Moher and is built into the natural landscape. The centre is a huge domed cave that contains images, exhibits, displays & experiences exploring different elements of the mighty Cliffs of Moher: Ocean, Rock, Nature and Man. Continue on through the Burren Region. The Burren, part of which forms the 100 square km Burren National Park, is a unique place. It is a Karst limestone region of approximately 300 sq. km, which lies in the North West corner of Co Clare. It is composed of limestone pavements, which have been eroded to a distinctive pattern. This pavement is crisscrossed by cracks known as grykes in which grow a myriad of wild flora and under which are huge caves and rivers which suddenly flood when it rains. The Burren contains dozens of megalithic tombs and Celtic crosses as well as a ruined Cistercian Abbey dating back to the 12th century. You will discover small villages abandoned during the famine period and green roads on which you can walk for miles without ever seeing a car. The flora on the Burren is a mixture Arctic and Mediterranean and rare flowers such as gentian, orchids and bloody cranesbill are the rule rather than the exception. The Burren is truly an exceptional part of Ireland. On arrival in Galway enjoy dinner at your hotel.

Day10
Wed, May 08: Lough Corrib & Clonmacnoise

This morning enjoy a Cruise on Lough Corrib. The Corrib Princess sails from Woodquay in the heart of Galway city, along the famous Steamers Line, which is the lakes traditional trade route. The journey takes passengers along the majestic River Corrib and onto the lake providing visitors with a guided commentary in a number of languages on the historic monuments and natural amenities on this waterway that leads to the largest lake in the Republic of Ireland. There is an abundance of wild life and the Corrib has a peace and tranquillity all of its own. Next enjoy a visit to Clonmacnoise. A wonderful early Christian site founded by St. Ciarán in the mid-6th century on the eastern bank of the River Shannon. In a stunning setting, the site includes the ruins of a cathedral, seven churches (10th - 13th century), two round towers, three high crosses and the largest collection of early Christian graveslabs in Western Europe. The original high crosses and a selection of graveslabs are on display in the visitor centre. In 1979 Pope John Paul II celebrated mass at this site. Guided tours are provided and the long and varied history of Clonmacnoise is recounted in an audio visual presentation shown in the visitor centre. There are also exhibitions that deal with the flora, fauna and landscape of the region. The centre includes a café and ample coach and car parking is available. Return to your hotel in Galway. Dinner and overnight in your hotel.

Day11
Thu, May 09: Galway to Knock

After you have enjoyed breakfast depart Galway. Today you will visit Knock Shrine situated in the plains of East Mayo. It is one of the world’s leading Marian shrines. On August 21, 1879 fifteen women, men and children, witnessed an Apparition of Mary at the south gable of Knock Parish Church. Knock is a very popular pilgrimage destination, and in 1979 Pope John Paul II visited this holy place. Mother Teresa of Calcutta visited the Shrine in June of 1993. One and a half million pilgrims visit the Shrine annually. Spend the balance of your day in Knock at leisure and enjoy celebrating mass. Dinner and overnight in Knock.

Day12
Fri, May 10: Knock to Dublin

This morning depart for Dublin. On arrival visit the National Museum of Ireland. The National Museum houses artefacts which date from 7,000 BC to the 20th century. The Kildare Street site is home to artefacts from Viking times displayed alongside Celtic masterpieces and it houses one of the largest collections of Bronze Age gold in the world. The centrepiece of the collection is the Ardagh Chalice, which dates back to 800 AD. The museum also includes an exhibition dealing with Ireland's struggle for independence from 1916-1922. The Museum has many excellent displays. Of particular note are the Broighter Hoard, Tara Brooch, Ardagh Chalice and the Derrynaflan Hoard. Spend the balance of your day at leisure. We recommend a stroll down Grafton Street where you can enjoy the best in street entertainment. The shopping is also great in this area of the city! Tonight enjoy a farewell dinner at your hotel.

Day13
Sat, May 11: Farewell

After a final breakfast transfer to Dublin Airport for your return flight home.

*206 Tours Disclaimer:
Though every effort will be made to follow the itinerary, it should be considered as an indication, rather than a contract of places to be visited. Occasionally local religious holidays, national days, weather, traffic conditions and other events may necessitate changes in the sequence of visits or the missing of certain visits.


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2019 Dates & Prices

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Apr 29
Monday
May 11, 2019
Saturday
Apr 30
Tuesday
May 11, 2019
Saturday
Options & Upgrades

*All pricing is per person

Single Supplement / Private Room $799.00 (USD)

Business Class Trans-Atlantic (One-Way) $1,750.00 (USD)

Business Class Trans-Atlantic (Round-Trip) $3,500.00 (USD)

Post Tour to London

*All pricing is per person

Optional 3 Night Post Tour to London (Per Night) $1,699.00 (USD)


Singe Room (Per Night) $599.00 (USD)

Would like to stop over in Europe?

Let us know at time of registration, we will reschedule your airline reservations pending availability at no additional fee (these options will be available to you when you register online). Let us know if you need assistance with pre or post stay at hotel. Simply Contact 206 Tours:  800-206-TOUR (8687)  or  sales@206tours.com

Post Tour to London:

May 11 - 14, 2018

$1,699 per person based on Double Occupancy
  • Airfare from London to Scotland
  • Airport taxes and fuel surcharges
  • Centrally located four-star hotel: (or similar)
         ~ 3 nights: The Cumberland Hotel, London
  • Transfers as per itinerary
  • Breakfast and Dinner daily
  • Wine with dinners
  • Transportation by air-conditioned motor coach
  • Wireless headsets where needed
  • Assistance and sightseeing by licensed guide throughout
  • Sightseeing and admissions fees as per itinerary
  • Mass daily & Spiritual activities
  • Catholic Priest available for Spiritual Direction
  • Luggage handling (1 piece per person)
  • Flight Bag & Portfolio of all travel documents

Itinerary
Day1
Sat, May 11: Dublin to London

Following Breakfast depart for your short flight to London. Welcome to London, England! Upon your arrival, you will collect your luggage and meet with the guide and driver who will accompany the group throughout your stay. After check-in at the hotel, you will have the afternoon free to have lunch on own, browse, shop, or pray and reflect. Later in the evening, you will attend a private Mass at St. Etheldreda’s Church in Ely Place. This church is the oldest Catholic Church in England and served as a safe haven for Catholics who continued to celebrate the Mass despite the Catholic persecution in the 17th century. At this church you will find the shrine to St. Etheldreda, an incorrupt saint, who lived a life of austerity and saved many through her powerful intercessions from Heaven. After Mass, you will return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day2
Sun, May 12: London

Following a full breakfast at the hotel, you will explore the magnificent city of London by enjoying a full day sightseeing tour. Your tour will begin at one of the world’s great churches. Inspired by Gothic architecture, the Westminster Abbey contains numerous paintings, stained glass, pavements, textiles and artefacts. The Abbey is also the resting place to many monarchs and therefore is held as one of the most momentous locations in the United Kingdom. The tour will continue to Buckingham Palace, bought by George III in 1761 for his wife Queen Charlotte, but did not receive a sovereign resident until Queen Victoria in 1837. Over time, the structure transformed from a house into a palace, undergoing numerous renovations. Today, it is the official residence and administrative headquarters of the British Monarch. Outside of the palace, you will become entranced by the immaculate precision of the drill and band during the Changing of the Guard. Following this event, your group will have some free time to eat lunch on your own before attending a private Mass at the ever famous, Westminster Abbey. Following Mass, you will visit the Anglican cathedral dedicated to the great spreader of the Gospel, Paul the apostle. St. Paul’s Cathedral is the highest point in the City of London, and was reconstructed after the Great Fire of London (1666). Experience the crypt in the lower level of the Cathedral where is the resting place of many noteworthy figures such as, Lord Nelson, Arthur Wellesley (First Duke of Wellington), and architect of St. Paul’s, Sir Christopher Wren. See the numerous chapels and monuments constructed in memory of the notable of England. The last component of your tour will include Piccadilly Square, Regent Street, and Trafalgar Square. Piccadilly Square is considered the “Times Square” of London, where tons of locals and tourists congregate to enjoy all of the shopping and entertainment that London has to offer. It is a roundabout that centers the five major streets in the city of London, one of which is Regent Street. Regent Street is one of the major shopping streets in the West End of London and is known for its urban design. Also, you will experience Trafalagar Square, the spirited open space where Londoner’s enjoy St. Patrick’s Day, New Year’s Eve and other celebrations. This square is also home to many political demonstrations and sports event gatherings. Lastly, after the fun-filled, busy day, you will proceed to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day3
Mon, May 13: London – Cambridge – Walsingham

This morning, after breakfast you will depart for a full day excursion to Cambridge and Walsingham. In Cambridge, you will visit Kings College, founded by King Henry VI in 1441. The college chapel is noteworthy for being the greatest example of Gothic architecture, and their chapel’s choir is world renown. Following the visit to the college, you will have lunch as per your own arrangement and after, the tour continues to Walsingham. At Walsingham, you will see the Roman Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham which was established in 1061. According to the text of the Pynson Ballad, after much prayer, Our Lady led Richeldis de Faverches to Nazareth and saw the house where the Annunciation occurred. Faverches felt Our Lady’s call to replicate the house in the town of Walsingham. Following the arrival at Walsingham, your group will attend private Mass at the Slipper Chapel (on premises of the shrine). The Slipper Chapel is dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria, patron saint of pilgrims to the Holy Land. This chapel is of importance to the Catholic faith because it was used as a poor house after the Reformation. Your day will culminate as you board the bus and head back to London for dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Day4
Tues, May 14: London, Heathrow Airport - USA

Following breakfast, you will board the bus that will bring your group to the Heathrow Airport for your return flights home. You will bid farewell to your new friends and to a Pilgrimage which will be in your memories and hearts for a long time to come.

Options and upgrades

*All pricing is per person

Private Room / Single Supplement $799.00 (USD)

Business Class Trans-Atlantic (One-Way) $1,750.00 (USD)

Business Class Trans-Atlantic (Round-Trip) $3,500.00 (USD)

Special Clergy Discount

Discount is offered to ordained clergy in the Roman Catholic Church: deacons, priests, or bishops belonging to the diaconate, the presbyterate, or the episcopate, respectively as well, as Catholic Sisters.

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About your trip

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  • Glasgow
  • Edinburgh
  • St. Andrews
  • Perth
  • Carfin Motherwell
  • Dublin
  • Wicklow
  • Glendalough
  • Tipperary
  • Rock Of Cashel
  • Kerry
  • Dingle Peninsula
  • Shanon
  • Cliffs Of Moher
  • Corcomroe Abbey
  • Galway
  • Corrib Lake
  • Clonmacnoise
  • Knock
Ireland: In the Footsteps of St. Patrick

St. Patrick succeeded in bringing Catholicism to Ireland, and in time, the whole country converted from their pagan gods to the one true God. Although a small country, Ireland has played a large role in saving and bringing Christianity throughout the world. During the early Dark Ages, the Irish monasteries preserved Western writings while Europe remained in darkness. But as the Catholic country remained solidly Catholic, the Irish spread the faith to all corners of the world.

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