Tale of Two Cities

Let Ireland come to life in this nine-day voyage. Start off in cosmopolitan Dublin, where you can grab a pint, visit a museum, or view an architectural gem on every corner. Visit historical monuments and see majestic natural wonders in Wicklow and Kilkenny, then head north to Belfast. From here, explore the geography and history of Northern Ireland before returning to Dublin.

With a country as vast and bountiful as Ireland, traveling by train is a great way to cover as much ground as possible while also taking in the breathtaking sights. Let the smooth ride, great service, and amazing vistas transport you from city to city. The train tickets and hotel stays are included in the package, along with some meals and a bunch of other travel essentials that will help make this trip easy, fun, and unforgettable.


  • Dublin, Ireland (DUB)
  • Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK (BFS)
  • Ireland
9  Days | 7  nights


  • Round-trip flights to Dublin (If flight and hotel package option is chosen)
  • Private airport transfers in Dublin
  • 7 nights of accommodation
  • 7 breakfasts
  • Round-trip train tickets (Economy Class) between Dublin and Belfast
  • 4 More Moments activities included:
    • Full-day tour to Kilkenny and Wicklow (English-speaking guide)
    • Full-day tour to the Giant's Causeway (English-speaking guide)
    • Entrance to the Titanic Belfast Experience
    • 2-day Hop-On Hop-Off pass in Dublin (valid for 48 hours)
  • Earn Aeroplan® points


Day 1

Depart Canada

Fly to Dublin.

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Day 2

Welcome to Dublin

Upon arrival in Dublin, take a private transfer to your hotel and check in. Tour the city with your handy Hop-on Hop-off pass for Dublin Bus.

More Moments Activity Included:

  • Hop on and off a double-decker bus to explore the Irish capital's historic buildings and cultural attractions.

(1 night)
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Day 3

Dublin: Kilkenny & Wicklow Excursion (approx. 260 km)

Today, embark on a day tour of Kilkenny and Wicklow from Dublin.

More Moments Activities Included:
Kilkenny & Wicklow Excursion:
  • Admire the stunning scenery, flora and fauna as you travel through the countryside. Enjoy a 45-minute guided walking tour of Kilkenny City. Stroll through the narrow and winding cobbled streets and under the city's many medieval arches as you explore all the main attractions. After free time for lunch, continue through the county of Carlow into the wild and rugged Wicklow Mountains.

Meal(s): Breakfast
(1 night)
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Day 4

Dublin - Belfast (approx. 170 km)

Dine at your hotel for breakfast, then make your way to the railway station to catch a train to Belfast. Make your way to your hotel and check in, and immerse yourself in this fascinating northern city. Cultural discoveries lie around every corner: The Albert Memorial Clock Tower, the Opera House and the Crown Bar, to name a few.

Meal(s): Breakfast
(1 night)
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Day 5

Belfast: Giant's Causeway Excursion (approx. 194 km)

Head out from Belfast on a full-day tour of the Giant's Causeway and area.

More Moments Activities Included:
Giant's Causeway Excursion:
  • Your first stop is Carrickfergus Castle, then Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge for its heart-stopping views. After a stop for lunch, continue on to the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk over the ancient stones, soaking up the myths and legends that surround this geological wonder. Your final stop of the day is Dunluce Castle, a medieval castle on a stunning basalt outcropping. Then, sit back and relax on the comfortable journey back to Belfast.
Meal(s): Breakfast
(1 night)
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Day 6

Belfast: Sightseeing

Dive into history with a visit to the birthplace of the Titanic.

More Moments Activities Included:
The Titanic Experience Belfast:
  • Go through nine multi-dimensional galleries chronicling the aftermath of the sinking of the iconic ship, the discovery of the wreck, and contemporary undersea exploration.

Meal(s): Breakfast
(1 night)
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Day 7

Belfast - Dublin (approx. 170 km)

After breakfast, make your way to the train station to return to Dublin. Make your way to your hotel and check in. Enjoy the rest of the day in this vibrant city.

Meal(s): Breakfast
(1 night)
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Day 8

Dublin: Sightseeing

Use your Hop-On Hop-Off pass to get around and explore Dublin as you wish.

More Moments Activities Included:
Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Pass:
  • Use your pass to enjoy the rest of the day visiting the city.
Meal(s): Breakfast
(1 night)
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Day 9

Dublin – Return to Canada

After breakfast, take a private transfer to the airport and board your flight home.

Meal(s): Breakfast
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The hotels listed below are presented as examples for your reference only. Where “or similar” is indicated, guests will stay at a hotel of the same star rating. The hotel accommodations will be communicated to the consumer or travel agent prior to departure.

Dublin, Ireland (DUB)
Ashling Hotel Dublin(or similar)
Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK (BFS)
Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre(or similar)

Room Specifications

Unless otherwise indicated, guests will stay in a standard room at all hotels during the trip.
Bed size(s): 1 double bed or 2 twin beds
Room occupancy: Maximum 3 people (3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 kid up to 12 years of age)



Daily from January 1st - December 31, 2021

Also available for a duration of 10 days / 8 nights


Not Included

  • Meals, unless noted
  • Transfers, unless noted
  • Additional activities and excursions
  • Personal expenses and insurance


The More Moments activities/excursions mentioned in the itinerary are all included in the package, but may be rescheduled to take place on an earlier or later day, depending on availability and operational day.

Titanic Experience: 
Visit the birthplace of the Titanic and experience the story. Titanic Belfast extends over nine galleries with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and innovative interactive features to explore the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful way from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s through to her construction and launch, to her infamous maiden voyage and catastrophic demise.

The journey goes beyond the aftermath of the sinking, to the discovery of the wreck and continues into the present day with a live undersea exploration centre.

Times: Opening hours may vary according to season:
January - March 10am - 5pm
April - May   9am - 6pm
June - July  9am - 7pm
August  9am - 8pm
September  9am - 6pm
October - December  10am - 5pm

Operates: Daily 
Closed:  December 24 to 26

Pricing display

Prices take into account taxes and are rounded to the nearest full dollar. Full details on taxes and fees are on the booking page.