- ACTIVITIES ($)
- Roundtrip flight from Montreal to Dublin
- 7 nights’ accommodation at Maldron Hotel Merrion Road in Deluxe Double Room – 1 Double Bed in Dublin or similar
- Protection offerte par le Fonds d’indemnisation des clients des agents de voyage
- Activities and excursions
- Airport transfers
- Parking space at YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport
- Travel insurance
- Offset your trip’s CO2 emissions
- Temple Bar Tour, History of Irish Pubs
- Guinness Storehouse Distillery Tour
- The Cliffs of Moher
- Connemara and Galway Bay
- Giant’s Causeway, Antrim Mountains and the Atlantic Coastal Drive
Introduction of Mandatory ETIAS Permit for Travels to Europe
Starting mid-2025, every Canadian traveler planning to visit Europe will be required to possess an ETIAS permit. This is the European Travel Information and Authorization System, implemented by the European Union.
For more information about this permit, you can visit the official website at the following address: https://travel-europe.europa.eu/etias_en.
Please note that this permit costs 7 euros per person, and the process can take up to 30 days for approval.
It is also mandatory to have a passport that remains valid for at least 3 months after your departure date from Europe. Without this, entry at the European border will be denied.
Entry and exit requirements – COVID-19
Most governments have implemented special entry and exit restrictions and requirements for their territory due to COVID-19. Before travelling, it is your responsibility to verify if the local authorities of both your current location and destinations have implemented any restrictions or requirements related to this situation. Vaccination or health passports may be required in some cases. It is your responsibility to be aware of the specific entry, exit and transit restrictions and requirements for the country or territory you are visiting before you travel and before you book your trip. Voyages Gendron is not responsible if you do not meet your destination’s entry or exit requirements. For full details on health measures and entry and exit requirements for a destination, visit the official government website.
Arrival at Dublin airport
Check-in at your hotel.
Take some time to relax or go for a walk in the Temple Bar neighborhood to immerse yourself in its unique atmosphere.
AM: Don’t miss a visit to Trinity College to admire the Book of Kells, a famous 9th-century manuscript considered a national treasure of Ireland.
Afeternoon: Stroll along the famous Grafton Street for a delightful shopping session.
Evening: Treat yourself to a typically Irish dinner in a traditional restaurant where you can enjoy live music. This experience will transport you to the heart of Irish culture, with delicious local dishes and a warm atmosphere. A day full of discoveries and pleasures that will make your stay in Dublin unforgettable.
AM: You will have the chance to visit the National Gallery of Ireland, renowned for housing a vast collection of impressive artworks. You will be able to admire paintings by great masters such as Van Gogh and Rembrandt, as well as world-famous classical sculptures.
Afternoon: Two options are available to you: explore the Natural History Museum, where you will discover a fascinating collection of animals and specimens, or visit the Dublin Writers Museum, where you will immerse yourself in the world of Ireland’s greatest writers.
Evening: Relax in the famous Temple Bar district, known for its lively atmosphere and live music. Enjoy the warm atmosphere of traditional pubs while listening to talented musicians play traditional Irish music. An unforgettable evening awaits! Do not miss this opportunity to discover the art, nature, and culture of Dublin on this busy and entertaining day in the Irish capital.
Embark on a day trip to Howth, a charming coastal town located a few kilometers from Dublin. Discover the picturesque beauty of this place by hiking along the coastal trails of Howth Head.
Also, enjoy a delicious tasting of fresh seafood in one of the local restaurants. savor dishes made with top-quality seafood products, while admiring the spectacular ocean view.
After this enjoyable day, you will return to Dublin in the evening, with unforgettable memories and stunning landscapes in mind.
Morning: Visit the famous Jameson distillery and immerse yourself in the world of Irish whiskey. Discover the manufacturing process, the history, and the secrets of this famous drink. Enjoy an exciting guided tour to learn more about the art of distillation.
Afternoon: Dive into the world of beer by visiting the Guinness Storehouse. Let yourself be amazed by the history of this famous brewery. End your visit by tasting a delicious beer at the Gravity Bar, which offers a breathtaking view of the city of Dublin.
Evening: Spoil your taste buds with a dinner in a traditional pub. Enjoy the friendly and warm atmosphere of these typically Irish establishments. Taste delicious local dishes while listening to traditional music.
Embark on an excursion to Glendalough and discover this historic monastic site nestled in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. Throughout the day, you can indulge in hikes while enjoying the natural beauty of Glendalough’s lakes.
During this exploration, don’t miss the opportunity to discover the fascinating monastic ruins that testify to the rich history of this place. You will be able to admire the remains of the ancient church, the round tower, and the Celtic crosses.
After soaking in history and nature, you will return to Dublin in the evening with memorable memories of this getaway to Glendalough.
AM: Explore Phoenix Park, one of the largest urban parks in Europe, and visit Dublin Zoo located within the park. Enjoy a nice walk amidst nature and discover a wide variety of animals.
Afternoon: Discover Dublin Castle and its surroundings. Immerse yourself in the history of Ireland by visiting this magnificent castle located in the heart of the city. Admire its impressive architecture and explore the surrounding gardens.
Evening: Enjoy a delicious dinner in the neighborhood of your choice. Whether you prefer traditional Irish cuisine, international dishes, or trendy restaurants, Dublin offers a multitude of options to satisfy every palate.
City Center: Enjoy a variety of accommodation options, from luxury to modest budgets. You will be within walking distance of many attractions, shops, restaurants, and pubs.
Georgian Quarter: Prefer a quiet residential neighborhood with streets lined with Georgian houses offering an elegant and historic atmosphere.
Smithfield: A revitalizing neighborhood with a choice of affordable accommodations. Close to the city center and Smithfield Market.
Docklands: Choose modern hotels with views of the River Liffey. Close to the IFSC (International Financial Services Centre) and the 3Arena.
Ballsbridge: A chic residential neighborhood south of the city center, ideal for quality hotels. A bit quieter than the city center.
Rathmines: A neighborhood south of the river known for its nightlife, restaurants, and affordable accommodation options.
Kilmainham: If you want to explore attractions such as Kilmainham Gaol and the Museum of Modern Art, this neighborhood is a good option.
- Temple Bar Tour, History of Irish Pubs
- Visite de la distillerie Guinness Storehouse
- Falaises de Moher
- Connemara et Galway Bay
- Chaussée des Géants, montagnes d’Antrim et route côtière de l’Atlantique
Choose your dates
9 days | 7 nights | Flight | 7 meals
Price calculated on February 21, 2024, for a stay from May 13 to 21, 2024. The dates and components of this travel can be modified as you wish. The hotels and activities are offered as a suggestion and can be modified depending on your needs.
The prices are subject to change depending on the dynamic pricing of the day from our suppliers. Nothing is booked ahead of time and availability is subject to change depending on our suppliers.
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