LAND PROGRAMS

                  13-NIGHT LONDON TO DUBLIN
                          JUNE 17, 2022

                                                                                    TAKE IN THE HORIZON
                             LONDONDERRY                        NORTH
                                                                                    There are few delights that can compare with gazing toward a
                                                                                    breathtaking landscape after an exhilarating hike, except perhaps two
                            DUBLIN                                                  overnight stays in Ireland and one in London, where World Navigator will
                                                                                    dock alongside the famous Tower Bridge. From invigorating excursions

                                                                                    in nature to exploring a rich heritage, these destinations offer it all.
                                       LONDON         TILBURY

          ST. MARY’S
                            ENGLISH CHANNEL

      June 17 - June 30, 2022
        DAY PORT                                      ARRIVE       DEPART
          1 London, Tower Bridge, United Kingdom                OVERNIGHT
          2 London, Tower Bridge, United Kingdom                     6AM
            Tilbury, United Kingdom                    6:30AM         9PM
          3 At Sea
          4 St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom    8AM         6PM
          5 Cobh (Cork), Ireland                          6AM        7PM
          6 Foynes, Ireland                              11AM       10PM
          7 Galway, Ireland                               8AM         6PM
          8 Killybegs, Ireland                           NOON         6PM
          9 Londonderry, United Kingdom                   8AM         8PM
         10 Belfast, Northern Ireland                     8AM   OVERNIGHT
         11 Belfast, Northern Ireland                                 8PM
         12 Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland                 8AM         8PM
         13 Dublin, Ireland                               8AM   OVERNIGHT
         14 Dublin, Ireland                               8AM

                                                 LAND PROGRAMS AND EXCURSIONS CANCELLATION POLICY

                                                    Within 60 days prior to sailing                 Within 72 hours prior to land program/
                                                    departure, 100% Cancellation Fee                excursion or sailing departure,
                                                    applies to:                                     100% Cancellation Fee applies to:

                                                    • Pre- or Post-Cruise Hotel Program             • Private Land Excursions
                                                    • Pre- or Post-Land Program                     • Pre-purchased Standard Land Excursions
                                                    • Overland Programs                             • Transfers

Land programs and excursions are available for pre-purchase up to 7 days prior to sailing by calling our Voyage Specialists at 1.844.44.ATLAS (28527). Within 7 days of voyage
departure, they must be purchased on board.

All land programs and land excursions require a minimum number of participants to operate as described. If this minimum is not met, Atlas Ocean Voyages reserves the right to
offer at revised price or cancel the excursion.

Disclaimer: Atlas Ocean Voyages acts solely as agents for airlines, hotels, motor coach companies, railroads and other service providers and cannot be held responsible.
Gratuities not included for any land programs and excursions.

                                 ACTIVITY LEVELS                                                           MEALS INCLUDED                                     TOUR TYPE

MILD              MILD/                MODERATE MODERATE/                    VIGOROUS          SNACK      1 MEAL      2 MEALS       3 MEALS                     PRIVATE
                MODERATE                        VIGOROUS                                                                                                         TOUR

 JUNE 14 – 17, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
 $5,399pp (double) / $6,699pp (single)

 DAY 1: Upon arriving at the airport, you’ll meet your private driver and transfer to the hotel. Check-in time at your hotel is 3PM. Every effort will be made to have
 rooms become available sooner, however this cannot be guaranteed.

 Join your fellow guests on your luxury air-conditioned motor coach for a panoramic tour of London’s most iconic landmarks. Drive by Hyde Park Corner, St.
 James Park and Buckingham Palace. Continue the drive toward Parliament Square, where you will see the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and
 Westminster Abbey.

 Arrive at the Ritz Hotel London, the first hotel to be awarded a Royal Warrant for Banqueting and Catering Services by His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales
 (the future King Edward VII). Enjoy a glass of champagne upon arrival before sitting down to a tea etiquette class taking place in the Marie Antoinette Room.
 This very room was once used by Sir Winston Churchill, Dwight Eisenhower and Charles De Gaulle to discuss operations during World War II. The Ritz has
 played host to many other famous and Royal people over the last century, from Charlie Chaplin to Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

 You will be joined by Britain’s royal etiquette expert, teaching you the royal etiquette of afternoon tea. Grant Harrold is a former royal butler and a member of
 the royal household of their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Enjoy an enchanting afternoon learning the royal etiquette of
 afternoon tea, followed by a delicious afternoon tea to practice your new skills.

 Take a short transfer back to your hotel, for the remainder of the evening at your leisure.

 DAY 2: After breakfast, depart your hotel and head toward Kensington Palace for a private morning tour before it opens to the general public. Follow your
 knowledgeable guide through Kensington Palace and into the Kings and Queens State Apartments. What once was the childhood home for Queen Victoria is
 now more recently known as a fashionable home to Britain’s young Royal families, including the late Diana, Princess of Wales. It is now the London home of the
 Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.

 Following your tour, you’ll be able to explore this wonderful palace and grounds further at your leisure. Perhaps view the spectacular display of royal court
 dress from 1760 to present, including those worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II and Diana, Princess of Wales. Enjoy a light lunch in the palace restaurant before
 departing the grounds for the next stop, the Royal Mews.

 Arrive at the Royal Mews, the mews of the British Royal Family, best known for providing transport to the Queen and members of the Royal Family by horse
 drawn carriages or motor vehicles. It is also home to one of the finest working stables in England, responsible for training the Windsor Greys and Cleveland
 Bays. While you can explore this venue with a self-guided visit, your tour guide will be able to answer any questions you may have to enhance your visit.

 Depart the Royal Mews and arrive for an inside guided tour at Westminster Abbey. Founded in 960 C.E., the Abbey is world famous as the resting place
 for some of the most significant people in Britain’s history and as the setting for coronations and other great pageants. Half national church, half national
 museum, inside the Abbey walls you can view some of the most glorious examples of medieval architecture in London, including some of the most impressive
 collections of tombs and monuments in the world. Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a tour explaining how the abbey’s interior presents an
 exceptionally diverse display of architectural and sculptural styles.

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 Following this visit, take the short transfer back to your hotel. You will have time to relax and refresh before joining your fellow guests to indulge in a private,
 three-course meal.

 DAY 3: Following early breakfast at the hotel, your luxury air-conditioned motor coach will head toward the Tower of London for a private viewing of the Crown
 Jewels. For over 600 years, Kings and Queens of England have stored their robes, crowns and other items of ceremonial regalia at the Tower of London. At the
 Duty Exhibitor’s invitation, you may enter the viewing room and marvel at the Imperial State Crown with its 2,868 diamonds, including the Black Prince’s Ruby
 and the 317.4-carat Cullinan Diamond.

 Following your tour, enjoy free time to further explore the colorful history of the Tower of London at your leisure before departure.

 Arrive at St. Paul’s Cathedral for a guided visit of Sir Christopher Wren’s splendid masterpiece. St. Paul’s was built after the old Gothic cathedral was destroyed
 in the Great Fire of 1666. It has been the venue for countless religious and historic events, including the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in
 1981 and more recently, the ceremonial funeral of Britain’s only female Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher.

 Travel to Blackfriars Pier and board your luxury private vessel, The Edwardian, which featured in the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee River Pageant. Enjoy a luxury,
 three-course lunch, while relaxing to jazz music on this leisurely afternoon cruise along the River Thames. The Thames carves its way through the very heart
 of London, making it the perfect opportunity to glide past some of London’s most famous landmarks, including Big Ben, the London Eye and Tower Bridge.
 With a glass in hand, embrace London’s beautiful sights from the comfort of your very own private river boat!

 Upon arrival at Greenwich Pier, you will be greeted by the breath-taking view of the Cutty Sark. Built in 1869, the Cutty Sark became a record-breaking tea
 clipper completing eight trips to China. After the ship’s many adventures across the globe, it returned to Greenwich in 1954, where it was restored to its former
 glory. Continue your tour to Greenwich Market, London’s only historic market set within a World Heritage Site.

 A short distance away is the Royal Observatory, the original home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and famous for being the source of the Prime Meridian
 line. Along the way you’ll visit other key sites of Greenwich, including The Royal Naval College, the architectural centerpiece of Maritime Greenwich. You can
 also take time to visit the National Maritime Museum, the largest maritime museum in the world holding over 2.5 million items, including astronomical and
 navigational instruments, ship models and plans, coins, medals and flags and much more. Visits to the Royal Observatory and the Maritime Museum are on
 your own.

 At the end of your tour, travel back to your luxury hotel for an evening at your leisure.

 DAY 4: After an early breakfast, depart the the hotel and travel toward St. James Square before first arriving at Berry Bros & Rudd for the final taste of British
 Royalty. Holding two Royal Warrants for HM the Queen and HRH the Prince of Wales, Berry Bros have been supplying the British Royal Family since the reign of
 King George III and are Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant.

 Next, stroll toward Fortnum & Mason and their flagship store on Piccadilly, where they have been trading for over 300 years. Fortnum & Mason are another
 Royal Warrant holder and an iconic British brand. Enjoy free time to browse through this beautiful store with its spectacular atrium and its fabulous array of
 food, gifts, accessories and homeware.

 A short walk behind Fortnum & Mason, Jermyn Street is home to several Royal Warrant holders. These include Floris London, the oldest independent, family-
 run perfumer in the world who received their first Royal Warrant in 1820; Paxton & Whitfield, Britain’s oldest cheese monger who were appointed to HM Queen
 Victoria in 1850; and Turnbull & Asser, a Royal Warrant shirt maker, who have been dressing some of the world’s most distinguished men since 1885.

 After, it will be time for the final transfer to your port of embarkation.

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 JUNE 14 – 17, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
 $4,299pp (double) / $5,099pp (single)

 DAY 1: Explore Kent’s rolling green and gentle hills, taking in the beautiful scenery as you immerse yourself in this rich county known for hundreds of years as
 the Garden of England. The abundance of fruit growing and hop gardens help to reinforce this reputation.

 Arrive at airport, where you’re met by your private driver and transferred to the 900-year-old Leeds Castle. Built in 1119 by Robert de Crevecoeur, the castle has
 been home for six medieval queens, served as a royal palace owned by Henry VIII and more recently, has played host as an elegant weekend retreat for guests
 such as John F. Kennedy, Errol Flynn, Douglas Fairbanks and Charlie Chaplin.

 Familiarize yourself with your surroundings by perhaps taking a stroll through the gardens this afternoon or explore the castle at your leisure.

 Enjoy a welcome reception and dinner in the Castle View restaurant as you imagine times gone by and those who’ve helped to create the history and splendor
 that surrounds you. The 17th-century, oak-beamed setting offers the perfect atmosphere with spectacular views across the terrace to the beautifully lit castle.

 DAY 2: Following breakfast, join your expert guide and begin the day with an early access tour to discover more about the glorious past of this unique castle.

 Continuing on, take a short transfer to visit a strawberry farm with a difference. The Boucher family has been farming in Kent for over 130 years and since
 1942, the specialty has been quality, soft and top fruit expertly grown for Wimbledon – as well as renowned supermarkets. On arrival, relax and enjoy
 champagne and strawberries (freshly picked of course) as you look out over the Victorian garden and learn more about the history of this farm, which is now in
 its fourth generation. Following the talk, take time to explore the orchards and pick some seasonal fruit of your own to savor after your visit.

 Next it is time to enjoy lunch at a traditional English pub located in a quaint village. The pub is a former blacksmiths and local folklore has it that a man once
 shoed his horse in the bar.

 Following lunch, transfer to Doddington Place Gardens. Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the landscaped gardens are set in the grounds of an
 imposing Victorian mansion. The woodland garden includes many different varieties of rhododendrons and azaleas; also, a large Edwardian rock garden with
 pools; a formal sunk garden with herbaceous borders and a flint and brick folly. Extensive lawns and avenues are framed by impressive, clipped yew hedges
 and many fine trees.

 Take the short transfer to a local country pub for dinner – a chance to enjoy some fine local produce in a sophisticated atmosphere.

 DAY 3: After breakfast, join your guide and transfer to Hush Heath Winery, a hidden gem in the wine garden of England. The estate produces one of England’s
 most iconic and exclusive sparkling wines using the traditional method.

 Built in 1503, Hush Heath Manor initially served as a pair of wealthy weavers’ cottages. By the time the Balfour-Lynn family purchased it in the 1980s, it required
 extensive restoration. The following four years entailed a full restitution of the roof, gardens and interior period features. Here, the label, Balfour 1503, was
 born. The names Balfour 1503 Classic Cuvee and Balfour 1503 Rosé relate back to the wines’ provenance and ties them into the rich heritage of the estate.
 Today, the hillside on which Hush Heath Manor sits overlooks the vineyards, apple orchards and winery and is at the heart of Hush Heath Estate.

 Enjoy a bespoke private tour with your own dedicated guide and visit the state-of-the-art winery to discover how they make their award-winning still and
 sparkling wines. Explore the vibrant flora and fauna as you stroll through the Estate’s beautiful vineyards, apple orchards and ancient oak woodlands.
 Following the tour, relax in the comfort of the tasting room where the experts will guide you with six tastings of wine, cider or beer.

 Following the tour and short interlude, enjoy a local themed lunch within the grounds of the estate.

 Transfer to Sissinghurst Castle Garden, nestled in the Weald of Kent. Situated within the ruins of a great Elizabethan house, framed by the rich Kentish
 landscape of woods, farmland, lakes and streams, the famous garden with romantic pink brick tower is the result of creative tension between the formal
 design of Harold Nicolson and the abundant planting of his wife, Vita Sackville-West. The layers of color, intimacy of different garden rooms and rich,
 herbaceous borders are the epitome of an English garden and provide an ever-changing picture throughout the seasons.

 An ancient site, its name in Saxon means “clearing in the woods.” The evolving history of the gardens and the remains of the castle are a true treat to see. Soak
 up the well-presented exhibition that tells you the castle’s involvement during the past from the Napoleonic wars right through to the popular hop picking era.
 The castle itself was developed around the surviving parts of an Elizabethan mansion with a central red-brick prospect tower, which still survives today. The
 rooms inside these impressive turrets are intimate and romantic in atmosphere and provide enchanting libraries as well as the study, where Vita worked on her
 famous books.

 Sit back and relax as you’re treated like royalty once more and enjoy a farewell dinner with your fellow guests.

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 DAY 4: After a relaxing breakfast, check out of your accommodations and join your fellow guests as you’re transferred to your final castle and garden of the

 Join an expert guide to discover the magnificent award-winning gardens set in 125 acres of glorious grounds at Hever Castle & Gardens, the childhood home
 of Anne Boleyn, to which she returned repeatedly during her long courtship with Henry VIII. Marvel at the Pompeian wall and classical statuary in the Italian
 Garden. Admire the giant topiary chess set in the Tudor Garden and inhale the fragrance of over 4,000 rose bushes in the quintessential English Rose Garden.
 The Loggia, overlooking the 38-acre Lake, is the perfect spot to relax before exploring the many cascades, grottoes and fountains.

 Enjoy a private garden tour, the restoration and development of which traces the stunning garden from Tudor times to the present day. Learn about the
 beautiful gardens that were laid out between 1904 and 1908 and designed to display William Waldorf Astor’s Italian statuary.

 After the tour, enjoy time for lunch and explore at your leisure. Visit the lake and enjoy the tranquility of this peaceful part of the castle grounds.

 You will then take the transfer to your embarkation port.

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 JUNE 18, 2022
 7.5 HOURS

 Depart Tilbury and drive west toward central London. Pass through the Docklands before reaching the historic Tower of London and one of the iconic city’s
 most beautiful sights, the Tower Bridge. Then begin a detailed panoramic tour of London that will take you past some of its most famous landmarks in the
 comfort of your private motor coach, including St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Embankment. As you look over to the South Bank, you will see the many prestigious
 buildings lining the River Thames, including the OXO building, the Tate Modern, the Royal Festival Hall, the National Theatre and the London Eye before
 stopping for photos in Parliament Square.

 Take time to fully appreciate the magnificent Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the statues of important British and international political figures located in
 Parliament Square. Marvel at the immense, external structure of stunning Westminster Abbey, with its cast flying buttresses and its imposing, yet delicate,
 features. The Abbey is the resting place of many of Britain’s monarchs and the location of coronations and other great pageants and ceremonies since 1066,
 including the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, and more joyously, the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011.

 Return to your coach and make the short journey past Buckingham Palace, the Mall and St. James’s Palace. Your visit to London is only complete with a stop
 to admire Nelson’s Column at the center of Trafalgar Square (overlooked by the National Gallery), St. Martins-in-the-Fields and Canada House. You will see
 these and many other important buildings, monuments and statues from the comfort of your coach on this panoramic tour before bidding farewell to your
 guide and enjoying free time at your leisure.

 You will be dropped off near Covent Garden, an elegant, car-free piazza that is a shopping and entertainment hub for London’s West End, and an ideal location
 for lunch, with many more sightseeing opportunities nearby.

 Later, at the appointed time you will re-group and drive back to Tilbury and your awaiting ship.

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 JUNE 18, 2022

 The Tower of London has been the setting for many great events during its 1,000-year history as a royal palace and fortress, prison and place of execution,
 menagerie and jewel house. Founded by William the Conqueror in the 1070s and enlarged and modified by successive sovereigns, today the Tower of London
 is one of the world’s most famous and spectacular fortresses.

 During a guided visit see the famous Yeoman Waders (also known as a Beefeaters) who have been guarding the Tower of London since Tudor times and visit
 the White Tower that today houses a display from the Royal Armories collection, including the armor of Henry VIII and the historic instruments of torture. See
 the Bloody Tower and Traitors’ Gate located beneath St. Thomas’s Tower. Traitors’ Gate provides access to the Tower from the River Thames and became
 known as such because of the number of prisoners accused of treason who passed through it.

 Finally, marvel at the greatest working collection of Crown Jewels in the world, priceless symbols of the British monarchy. Included in the collection of 23,578
 gemstones are some of the world’s largest and most historic diamonds, such as the Cullinan I and the Koh-i-Nûr.

 JUNE 18, 2022

 Greenwich is one of London’s most popular sightseeing destinations and brims with maritime, scientific and royal history. In 2012, this leafy London suburb
 became the Royal Borough of Greenwich in recognition of the town’s long and illustrious heritage, as well as its royal associations. Enjoy visiting the key
 sites of Greenwich, including moments to admire the facades of St. Alfege Church, the Royal Naval College and the Greenwich Market. Delight in stops at the
 National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory.

 The National Maritime Museum, first opened in 1937, is formed from the Queen’s House and has two separate wings joined by colonnades. The west and
 east wings, plus the linking colonnades, were built in 1807-16 by Daniel Alexander. The west wing holds the main body of the museum, while the east wing is
 predominantly used for special exhibitions. There is a wonderful collection of boats and naval memorabilia, relics, maps, charts and uniforms, which together
 tell the long story of Britain’s history as a seafaring nation. Nelson’s blood-stained uniform from the Battle of Trafalgar is one of the star attractions. The
 numerous exhibits at the museum proudly reflect the history of mankind’s association with the sea.

 The world’s time has been measured from Greenwich since 1844 and it’s here at the observatory that you will have the opportunity to straddle the
 hemispheres. Standing as a monument to navigational research, the Royal Observatory is the original home of Greenwich Mean Time and is famous for being
 the source of the Prime Meridian line that divides the East from the West (longitude 0° 0’ 0”). The observatory galleries unravel time, space and astronomy,
 whilst the planetarium lets visitors explore the heavens. At Flamsteed House, (Sir Christopher Wren’s original building), you can view London’s only public
 camera obscura.

 Visits to the Royal Observatory and Maritime Museum are free flow, with your guide leading the way, giving additional historical information about the exhibits
 that you see.

 At the end of the tour, you’ll return to your ship.

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 JUNE 18, 2022

 Enjoy a visit to Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII, Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 and mother of Queen
 Elizabeth I. The original castle at Hever dates back to 1270, but the Tudor manor house that exists today was built 200 years later and was extensively
 renovated by the American millionaire William Waldorf Astor in the early 20th century. The splendid rooms contain fine furniture, tapestries, antiques, an
 important collection of Tudor paintings and two prayer books inscribed and signed by Anne Boleyn herself.

 Following your visit to the castle, there will be time to discover the magnificent award-winning gardens that are set in 125 acres of glorious grounds. One of
 the most magnificent areas of the gardens is the Italian Garden, which was designed to display William Waldorf Astor’s collection of Italian sculptures. The
 colorful walled Rose Garden contains over 4,000 bushes. There are many water features around the gardens, including Half Moon Pond, the Cascade and
 grottoes, and a formal Loggia fountain inspired by the Trevi fountain in Rome. Other features include the Tudor Garden, Rhododendron Walk and Anne Boleyn’s
 Walk, with its collection of trees planted more than 100 years ago.

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 JUNE 20, 2022 | 9:15 AM – 11:45 AM
 2.5 HOURS

 Surrounded by ocean 28 miles off the coast of Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly are a place like no other. Isolated and remote, they are home to a remarkable range
 of historic sites, many dating as far back as the Bronze Age. In fact, this small group of islands holds the greatest density of historic sites anywhere in the
 British Isles and there is no better way to explore them than on foot.

 Beginning in the busy little harbor on St. Mary’s, the largest of the islands, walk through the tiny capital, Hugh Town, following the scenic coastal path as it
 wraps around the northwest side of the island. Passing pretty Porthmellon Beach, with its grassy dunes and white sands, you’ll head up a brief incline to
 Harry’s Walls, an unfinished mid-16th-century fort. Intended to protect St. Mary’s from an attack by the French or Spanish, this fragmentary Tudor artillery fort
 is the perfect place to take a moment and enjoy the stunning views across the other islands.

 Continuing inland along the Lower Moors nature trail, you can admire the lush subtropical vegetation and keep your eyes open for a myriad of bird life that call
 this wetland home. Take in the remains of 13th-century Ennor Castle, Scilly’s only medieval castle, before arriving in the Old Town, which also dates to medieval
 times. It’s thought to be the oldest settlement on St. Mary’s. Stroll around the beautiful, sheltered bay, admiring the clear, azure waters before visiting the small,
 12th-century church and cemetery. It is here where former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson is buried in an unassuming and secluded grave.

 The return to Hugh Town takes you through Buzza Hill, home to one of the many Bronze Age megalithic burial chambers found on Scilly’s tiny land mass.
 Pause for breath and take in the glorious, sweeping views and fresh, Atlantic air before heading back down to the quay.

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 JUNE 20, 2022 | 1:45 PM – 5:15 PM
 3.5 HOURS

 Tender ashore to Scilly’s second-largest island, Tresco, and be met by a local guide before walking to the world-class Tresco Abbey gardens for a guided tour.
 This incredible, subtropical botanical paradise was planted in the ruins of a Benedictine priory under the direction of Augustus Smith. A wealthy merchant
 banker, Smith purchased the island from the Duchy of Cornwall in the mid-1830s and began working on the gardens almost immediately in 1834.

 Today, the gardens are home to an impressive collection of 20,000 plant species heralding from as far as New Zealand, South America and South Africa. The
 mild climate in Scilly combined with high numbers of sunshine hours has allowed plants to flourish here when they would not likely survive anywhere else in
 the world. A walled enclosure around the priory ruins acts as a windbreak, providing shelter from the force of the Atlantic weather during the winter months
 when more than 300 plants are in flower.

 These magnificent gardens lure visitors from around the globe, each eager to explore this perennial Kew, where red squirrels, one of Britain’s most treasured
 yet most endangered species, dart about in the trees alongside the humble bee, both species thriving, safe in this garden sanctuary.

 Following an introduction, stroll the gardens at your leisure to uncover the many treasures, including the magnificent Valhalla figurehead collection. These
 ship-wrecked figureheads and decorative carvings, most dating from 19th-century merchant sailing vessels and steamships, met their demise off Scilly’s

 Conclude your visit with a delightful cream tea before heading back to the pier.

 JUNE 20, 2022 | 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
 4.5 HOURS

 Located 28 miles off the coast of Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly are a beguiling cluster of low-lying islands, only five of which are inhabited by a total of just 2,200
 residents. The entire archipelago is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, dotted with Sites of Special Scientific Interest and Marine Conservation
 Zones with some habitats covered by Special Area of Conservation and Special Protection Areas. The clear waters support a myriad of marine life and migrant
 birds are drawn by the temperate climate, winds and oceanic current. On land you find an eclectic array of award-winning produce and food.

 Begin discovering what Scilly has to offer with a cruise around the eastern isles, a group of 12 uninhabited islands forming part of the Scilly Heritage Coast.
 With their raw, rugged edges, these isles are a haven for wildlife and keen eyes may spot gannets, cormorants, shearwaters and the friendly Atlantic grey seals,
 some of the rarest seals in the world. From mid-April, the puffins return to breed and the Isles of Scilly are one of only a handful of sites in the UK where puffin
 spotting is possible. Learn more about this popular seabird and discover why this fantastic natural habit is so important.

 Your cruise ends on St. Martin’s, a quiet island with some of the finest beaches in the world, where iridescent seas lap over powder-white sand. Offering
 spectacular views and life’s simple pleasures, St. Martin’s rich, natural beauty has attracted an enterprising bunch of residents, each making the most of where
 they live.

 One such thriving local business is St. Martin’s Vineyard, the UK’s most southwesterly vineyard set on the site of a former flower farm. Established as a
 vineyard in 1996, the first vines to be trialed were white varieties, Reichensteiner and Madeleine Angevine, with the first vintage in 2000 yielding just 120
 bottles. Today, the vineyard produces five varieties – three white, one rosé and one red – and is a fine example of a working vineyard in action. The current
 owners moved to the island in early 2020 to continue the traditional management of the vineyard while increasing focus on biodiversity and sustainability,
 including a move toward organic production. Enjoy a tour of the vineyard and sample the splendid wines accompanied with delicious Cornish cheeses.

 Next, head to Highertown along the island’s one and only concrete road. Highertown is home to a charming gallery showcasing local artists, a flower farm and
 a thriving artisanal bakery. After free time to browse at your leisure, it will then be time to walk back to the pier for the boat transfer back to the ship.

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 JUNE 21, 2022 | 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
 2.5 HOURS

 Your narrated drive travels through Cork’s elegant Georgian architecture. It is a university city with a unique character inspired by jazz, film, opera and theater.
 However, aside from offering the many amenities of a large city, it still manages to retain the pleasant charm and friendliness of a country town.

 On your drive through Cork’s many historic sites, you will see the spires of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral. Designed by William Burges and consecrated in 1870, the
 Cathedral lies on a site where Christian worship has been offered since the seventh century.

 Continue past Cork City Hall, which was destroyed in December 1920 by a fire set by the Black and Tans as retribution for republican attacks. It was replaced
 by the Jones & Kelly building of 1935. Photo stops will be made along the way should time permit.

 Your journey will take you past the Old Courthouse and the renowned Bells of Shandon before returning to your awaiting ship.

 JUNE 21, 2022 | 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

 Travel to the pretty, local village of Blarney, home of the historic Blarney Castle. The castle was built in two sections and has a massive oblong keep with
 traditional Irish battlements. Below them, the famous Blarney Stone is set into the wall. Enjoy a visit to the castle to kiss the famous Blarney stone which,
 legend says, imparts the gift of eloquence to all those who kiss it. Blarney is also home to Blarney Woollen Mills, a building that dates back to 1823 and is now
 one of the finest craft and gift centers in Ireland. Enjoy an Irish coffee and browse through the wide range of Irish clothing, crystal, linen and handicrafts on

 You’ll experience a panoramic overview of Cork, Ireland’s second-largest city that began life as an island on a swampy estuary of Cork Harbour, one of the
 world’s largest natural harbors. Today, the River Lee flows through the city in two main channels, so that you find yourself constantly crossing bridges. In fact,
 it is this feature of the city that gives it its distinctively continental air. Criss-crossing the city’s bridges, a panoramic drive takes you past St. Fin Barre’s Gothic
 Cathedral, the medieval Old Town, the University, City Hall and Shandon Bells. This university town is a hub for jazz, film, opera and theatre. Although it offers
 all the amenities of a large city, it retains the pleasant charm and friendliness of a country town.

 NOTE: There may be a queue to kiss the Blarney Stone at the castle. There are 108 steps on a narrow spiral case to reach the stone. Guests with physical
 limitations or a fear of heights can skip kissing the Blarney Stone.

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 JUNE 21, 2022 | 8:45 AM – 12:45 PM

 Begin your tour with an introduction to Cork, the second-largest city in Ireland, situated on the River Lee. Today, the Lee flows through the city in two main
 channels so that you find yourself constantly crossing bridges on your panoramic drive.

 You will see the spires of St. Finbarr’s Cathedral, the Old Courthouse, City Hall and the renowned Bells of Shandon. This unique university town is a hub for jazz,
 film, opera and theatre. Although it offers all the amenities of a large city, it retains the pleasant charm and friendliness of a country town.

 Heading out of Cork, you will travel east to the village of Midleton, the town from which the famous, rare Irish whiskey gets its name. You will visit the Jameson
 Distillery Midleton, an experience that will take you right to the heart of the cherished whiskey-making tradition. Enjoy a guided tour of this beautifully restored
 18th-century, self-contained industrial complex. Check out the fully operational waterwheel and the copper still with a capacity of 32,000 gallons – the largest
 in the world. Then, see the Irish whiskey legend come alive with a brief audio-visual presentation.

 After the history lesson, you’ll have the opportunity for a tasting, where you can relax in the atmosphere of a traditional Irish pub and sample Ireland’s finest
 whiskey. You’ll have some free time to explore the craft shop, restaurant or coffee shop at the Jameson Heritage Centre before re-boarding the coach and
 returning to the ship.

 NOTE: Guests must be over 18 years of age to consume alcohol. Soft drink alternatives are available.

 JUNE 21, 2022 | 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

 For those seeking adventure and thrills, this tour offers a truly unique opportunity to experience the highlights of Cork Harbour, noted as the second-largest
 natural harbor in the world. Your local skipper/guides will whisk you away by RIB (Ridged Inflatable Boats) at high speed to visit the far corners of this
 magnificent harbor.

 Upon departing from Cobh, you will follow in the footsteps of the Titanic on its now infamous journey and learn of Irish immigration from the town formerly
 known as Queenstown. Travelling at a leisurely speed, your tour will easily incorporate highlights such as coastal artillery forts, lighthouses and the Royal Cork
 Yacht Club, the oldest sailing club in the world. If you’re lucky, you may even spot some of the local marine and birdlife as you visit scenic coastal areas, typical
 of the wild Atlantic coastline.

 Next, it’s time for a well-earned local treat for braving the elements as you stop at a harbor watering hole for an Irish coffee-making demonstration. Irish coffee
 is a cocktail of sweetened coffee and Jameson whiskey, which is distilled in Cork, and topped with fresh whipped cream. It is not only acceptable but expected
 as a morning treat. Of course, you’ll have your own to enjoy.

 Following your coffee break, you will return to the boat once more for a few photo stops and the return journey to Cobh and your ship.

 NOTE: This trip is subject to weather and sea conditions. It’s recommended you wear warm clothing, including hats and gloves. Sunglasses are also a must
 even on overcast days. Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed. Children must be over 12 years old and accompanied by an adult. Participants should be in
 good physical condition. This trip is not suitable for people with back problems or for pregnant women. This is an adventure tour and rough sea conditions
 may be experienced. Space on the vessel is limited and passengers will straddle individual jockey seats. Each vessel carries a maximum of 12 passengers.
 Recommended departure times are 10 AM and 1:30 PM due to pub opening hours for Irish coffee. Must be 10 years old or over to take part in this tour.

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 JUNE 21, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
 $999 per vehicle

 If you prefer to explore independently, then you can enjoy discovering the destination at your own pace. With your private guide and driver, you will have the
 flexibility to create your own, personalized land experience in your private vehicle based on your interests.

 Half-day land experiences are approximately 4 hours.

 NOTE: Private cars are ordered per vehicle. The price includes vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. One entrance fee is included.

 JUNE 21, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
 $1,399 per vehicle

 If you prefer to explore independently, then you can enjoy discovering the destination at your own pace. With your private guide and driver, you will have the
 flexibility to create your own, personalized land experience in your private vehicle based on your interests.

 Full-day land experiences are approximately 8 hours.

 NOTE: Private cars are ordered per vehicle. The price includes vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. One entrance fee is included.

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 JUNE 22, 2022 | 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

 Depart from the pier in Foynes and travel to the nearby city of Limerick to enjoy a panoramic drive through Ireland’s fourth-largest city. An ancient city with
 a charter pre-dating that of London, the city of Limerick is magnificently situated on one of Europe’s finest rivers, the Shannon. The dominant city landmark
 is King John’s Castle (1210), regarded as one of the finest examples of fortified Norman architecture in Ireland. Presently, the castle is home to a major
 interpretative center.

 Other landmarks you’ll see on your panoramic drive include the Treaty Stone, where the treaty ending the siege of 1691 was reputedly signed, and St. Mary’s
 Cathedral (1194), which incorporates elements of both Gothic and Romanesque architectural styles. The much later St. John’s Cathedral, completed in 1859, is
 a fine example of Gothic architecture.

 The modern city of Limerick epitomizes Ireland’s industrial and cultural renaissance, and you will have to look hard to find traces of Angela’s Ashes these days.
 Instead, the city boasts galleries, theater, excellent restaurants and a world-class museum housed in the restored Custom House.

 Next, head to Bunratty in County Clare. Here you will visit the famous Durty Nelly’s Pub. Legend has it that a thousand years ago a robust lady, known simply
 as Durty Nelly, lived here. Her name puzzled all who had the good fortune to be granted her welcome, but your guide will tell you the story of struggle and
 heartbreak behind her warm smile. The house of Durty Nelly has survived and has offered refreshments to many a weary traveler. Today, it is considered the
 gateway to glorious western Ireland. Enjoy an Irish coffee in the warmth of this homey, traditional pub before returning to Foynes and your ship.

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 JUNE 22, 2022 | 11:30 AM – 7:00 PM
 7.5 HOURS

 In 1939, Pan American Airways’ luxury Flying Boat, the Yankee Clipper, landed in Foynes, ushering in the Golden Age of aviation with splendor that has never
 been recaptured. This quiet little town on the River Shannon became the focal point for North Atlantic air traffic. Your tour today will set out from this small but
 justifiably renowned village.

 A motorcoach will transport you to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, sheer rocks rising from the Atlantic Ocean to nearly 600 feet and extending five miles from
 Hag’s Head to O’Brien’s Tower. The cliffs create an inspirational scene leaving you breathless as you drink in the vision beyond the horizon from their vantage
 points. Your visit includes the new Atlantic Edge Visitor Centre, an underground building featuring a huge domed cave containing images, exhibits, displays
 and experiences.

 The Ledge is shown in the audio-visual theater, a virtual-reality cliff face adventure featuring life at the cliff face both above and below sea level, with a cast
 of characters from the native bird and sea life. You will stop for lunch at Doolin, a charming seaside village on the northwest coast of County Clare that is the
 traditional music capital of Ireland. Relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery as you travel through the breathtaking counties of Clare and Limerick before
 returning to Foynes.

 NOTE: Wear comfortable, non-skid walking shoes. Bring local currency, as many vendors do not accept credit cards or US dollars.

 JUNE 22, 2022 | 12:30 PM – 5:45 PM
 5.25 HOURS

 You will be transported through the magical countryside of the Burren, an area of limestone rock set among imposing majestic mountains and tranquil valleys
 of County Clare. With its extraordinary array of flora and wildlife, megalithic tombs and monuments older than Egypt’s pyramids, the Burren creates a tapestry
 of color and holds an entrancing charm.

 Stopping at the local Caherconnell Stone Fort, you’ll experience its deep archaeological heritage, breathtaking landscape and the Burren’s leading sheepdog
 demonstrations. Explore the ancient Irish ring fort where you can experience Ireland’s past firsthand while taking a walk through its stone walls and pathways.
 Delve into the history of prehistoric Irish Bronze Age burial boulders and mounds, ancient Irish field systems, prehistoric dwelling sites and many stone cahers
 (ring forts).

 Caherconnell Stone Fort is also home to the Burren’s leading sheepdog demonstrations, which attract visitors from all over the globe. The border collies – Lee,
 Lynn, Rose and Jess – can be seen working individually and as part of a team, guiding the sheep from the field to the visitor area.

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 JUNE 22, 2022 | 6:30 PM – 9:10 PM
 2.6 HOURS

 After a short drive from the pier, you’ll arrive at the Flying Boat and Maritime Museum. The museum, housed in the original terminal building in Foynes, recalls
 that nostalgic era when the city became the center of the Aviation World from 1937 to 1945.

 On July 9th, 1939, Pan Am’s luxury Flying Boat, the “Yankee Clipper,” landed at Foynes. This was the first commercial passenger flight on a direct route from
 the USA to Europe. During the late 1930s and early 1940s, this quiet little town on the Shannon became the focal point for air traffic on the North Atlantic.

 You will have time to exclusively explore the comprehensive range of exhibits and graphic illustrations featured throughout the original terminal building,
 including the authentic 1940s cinema; the Radio and Weather Rooms — complete with transmitters, receivers and Morse code equipment; and, of course,
 the only full-sized replica B314 flying boat. The museum also plays host to memorabilia belonging to Maureen O’Hara (including her honorary Oscar), whose
 husband, Captain Charles Blair, flew into Foynes, along with Maureen, in 1976.

 In 1943, Brendan O’Regan opened a restaurant and coffee shop in the Foynes terminal building. It was in this restaurant in 1943 that Chef Joe Sheridan created
 what is now known as an Irish coffee, a creamy, hot coffee blended with Irish whiskey. Sit back and enjoy a demonstration of how this delightful beverage is
 made and get an opportunity to taste this delicious drink.

 In addition, and more recently in 2016, the invention of Irish peat wine was created by two Limerick locals. Enjoy an introduction of the process to how this peat
 wine is made and sample some. The evening is sure to be a truly memorable piece of Irish magic.

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 JUNE 23, 2022 | 9:15 AM – 12:45 PM
 3.5 HOURS

 Explore Galway’s thriving city center. Upon arrival, you’ll pass by Eyre Square, where local life buzzes with the people passing through on their way to school,
 work and home, perhaps stopping by the pub for a pint or to catch a game of rugby.

 Make your way to the stunning St. Nicholas Cathedral. One of the largest and most dominating buildings in Galway, and the largest church in Ireland made
 from stone, this cathedral is located on the site of the former city jail and features an approximately 145-foot-high (about 44-meter-high) dome. Its enchanting
 architecture creates a quintessential picture of an Irish church.

 Leaving the city, you will proceed through some of County Galway’s most beautiful countryside. Along the way, you’ll pass through the seaside resort of Salthill,
 situated on the northern inner shore of Galway Bay. The Aran Islands are visible to the right and Galway City to the left. Directly across Galway Bay is the Burren
 area of County Clare, and to the west are the bogs and mountains of Connemara. Each scene is more beautiful than the last.

 Continuing through Salthill, your tour passes through the Gaeltacht (Irish-Speaking) area of Spiddal before turning north through the eastern edge of
 Connemara. Here you have the chance to marvel at the ever-changing landscape of this truly wondrous locale as you continue to the small village of Maam
 Cross for a warming tea or coffee and scones.

 Your exciting excursion ends with a pass through the village of Moycullen before returning to Galway Harbor and your ship.

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 JUNE 23, 2022 | 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
 8.5 HOURS

 Depart from the pier in Galway and drive via Oughterard and Maam Cross in the magnificent Connemara countryside. The rugged landscape of Connemara
 offers beautiful and contrasting scenery. Majestic mountains rise steeply from an earth of contrasting rock and boglands with many lakes and rivers. Artists
 from all around the world come to paint this landscape with its ever-changing light.

 You’ll stop at the lush and enchanting grounds of Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden. The abbey was originally built in 1868 and is now home to the
 Irish Benedictine nuns. Nestled at the base of Duchruach Mountain on the northern shore of Lough Pollacappul in the heart of the Connemara Mountains, it is
 regarded as one of Ireland’s most romantic buildings.

 The Benedictine nuns at Kylemore have always used the garden and held a deep desire to restore it to its former glory. This could only be achieved with
 grant aid and large bank loans. Restoration began in September 1996 and today the formal flower garden is beautifully restored. Two glasshouses have been
 reinstated and the kitchen garden is once again productive. Every year the standard of gardening gets closer to Victorian perfection.

 Journey through the wild countryside to Clifden and stop for lunch. Known as ‘the Capital of Connemara,’ Clifden has become one of Ireland’s most sought-
 after vacation destinations. Visitors and locals alike mingle, giving the town an enjoyable cosmopolitan flavor. Enjoy lunch and some free time before
 continuing through Recess, Derryneen and Maam Cross.

 Watch the ever-changing landscape of this truly wondrous scenery, from the rugged Twelve Bens Mountain range in the north through the lake rich
 Roundstone Bog to the golden beaches reaching out into the Atlantic Ocean.

 By the time you arrive back in Galway, you’ll know why Connemara is regarded as the Emerald of Ireland.

 NOTE: Kylemore Abbey is not wheelchair accessible. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.

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 JUNE 23, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 12:45 PM
 3.75 HOURS

 Galway is considered the capital of the West of Ireland. The streets and buildings of this ancient town have many fascinating features, and its position on the
 edge of the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking area) makes it the gateway to magnificent regions such as the Burren, Connemara, Corrib country and the Aran Islands.
 The city itself is a continuing center of growth with its university, Institute of Theatres and cathedral.

 Traveling south through the towns of Oranmore and Kilcolgan, you will enter the Burren region at Kinvara. The Burren, named from the Gaelic word Boireann, is
 an area of limestone rock that spans the imposing, majestic mountains and tranquil valleys with gently meandering streams. A deeply peaceful atmosphere,
 extraordinary array of flora and wildlife, and megalithic tombs and monuments older than Egypt’s pyramids, it creates a tapestry of color and a magical aura
 that keeps visitors coming back for more.

 At Ballyvaughan, visit the impressive Aillwee Cave, the most important caves in Ireland. The story of Aillwee began millions of years ago, a stunning creation of
 nature formed by the melting waters of a prehistoric Ice Age. The caves, carved out of limestone, cut into the heart of the mountain, an underground treasure
 waiting for you to discover it today.

 NOTE: This land experience is not wheelchair accessible. Comfortable, non-skid walking shows are recommended. Dress in layers as it may be cold in the

 JUNE 23, 2022 | 8:45 AM – 12:30 PM
 3.75 HOURS

 A scenic drive along the shores of Galway Bay brings you to the picturesque town of Kinvara. Here, you will see Dunguaire Castle, a small, 17th-century castle
 set on a rocky promontory. The castle was built by the Hynes clan in 1520, a family who may have been associated with the area since 662 CE.

 From Kinvara you will journey inland to Rathbaun Farm, boasting a picturesque 150-year-old farmhouse. This is the perfect spot for enjoying traditional
 homemade scones and a hot cup of tea while your hosts take you on a narrative journey through Irish farming history. The Connolly family, still farming to
 this day, will introduce you to the many phases this land has seen over the centuries, from famine to prosperity to the Ireland of today. Afterwards, you will be
 invited to hand-feed the newborn lambs (in season) and watch the farmer maneuver his flock with the help of his trusty sheepdog.

 Return to Galway and enjoy a panoramic drive through this famous capital of County Galway, where the Corrib River runs through. Galway is known as the “City
 of the Tribes” because 14 Celtic tribes led it to prominence early in its history. They were the merchant families of Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Darcy, Deane,
 Font, French, Joyce, Kirwin, Lynch, Martyn, Morris and Skerrett.

 NOTE: Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Dress warmly in layers.

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 JUNE 24, 2022 | 12:30 PM – 4:00 PM
 3.5 HOURS

 Journey through sleepy towns to an area known as the Rosses, or Na Rosa in Gaelic, meaning the headlands. Villages are scattered along the rocky and barren
 coast, preserving aspects of traditional Irish life that have largely vanished elsewhere. The small capital of the Rosses, Dungloe, is where the annual Mary-
 from-Dungloe International Festival takes place.

 Moving onward to the village of Crolly, you find yourself in the homeland of internationally acclaimed singer Enya and her siblings who form the traditional Irish
 group, Clannad. Warm up with an Irish coffee before reboarding your motor coach for the return journey to Killybegs. Sit back, relax and enjoy the wonderful,
 breathtaking scenery and take advantage of the photo stops along the way.

 JUNE 24, 2022 | 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
 3.5 HOURS

 County Donegal’s appeal lies in the natural beauty of its coast, with windswept peninsulas, precipitous cliffs and a host of golden beaches that rival any in

 Departing the fishing village of Killybegs, your tour travels east through wild and rugged countryside to Glencolmcille, a Gaelic-speaking area rich in folklore
 and traditional music. Here you will visit the Glencolmcille Folk Village that opened in 1967 as a monument to Father James McDyer, who came to the village in
 1952. He immediately recognized the potential for tourism and the need to improve his parish’s finances.

 Steeped in culture, tradition and language, the Glencolmcille Folk Village depicts bygone lifestyles through an interpretive center, schoolhouse and craft shop.
 You will visit thatched cottages that are replicas of dwellings used by local people in 1750, 1850 and 1900. The earthy aromas that remain remind you of a
 simpler time before insulation and central heating.

 Donegal is also renowned for its tweed, and you will see a demonstration in the art of spinning and weaving. During your visit to the Glencolmcille Folk Village,
 you’ll be served coffee or tea together with scones in the tea rooms while musicians entertain you with live Irish music. At the end of the visit, you will leave this
 unique village with a renewed sense of curiosity after receiving a fascinating insight into traditional ways of life that you will long remember.

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 JUNE 25, 2022 | 1:15 PM – 4:15 PM

 Dive into an introduction to Derry with an excursion that offers a little bit of everything: incredible scenery, fascinating history, enchanting culture and plenty of
 photo-worthy landmarks, so be sure to bring your camera.

 Also known as Londonderry, Northern Ireland’s second-largest city lies tucked inside a 400-year-old wall, the best-preserved city fortifications in the Western
 world and the last to be built in Europe. Built between 1613 and 1619 to protect Derry from invasion, the walls rise to a height of 26 feet and, in places, stand 30
 feet wide. In its entire history, the walls have never been breached, giving the city the nickname, “The Maiden City.” Today, with “the Troubles” over, Derry enjoys
 the freedom of a small, compact and developing city.

 Your guide will share their knowledge of the city as you make your way around each notable landmark. See the beautiful stone structure of St. Columb’s
 Cathedral, a Gothic cathedral that was completed in 1633. With a fine spire, vivid stained-glass windows and a total of 13 bells, it’s a magnificent sight to
 behold. You’ll also witness the Guildhall, a late Gothic-style building with stained-glass windows illustrating the city’s history.

 Continue past a former workhouse, a former barracks for the British army and a number of political murals painted by Republicans protesting British policies.
 You will also glimpse the old shipyard and embarkation point for Irish emigrants during the Great Famine. Along the way you’ll have a stop to enjoy a warming
 cup of Irish coffee.

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