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This rugby tour is a combination of The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. In both countries, you will experience a healthy passion for the game of rugby. You will play fixtures against spirited local schools and clubs.
1.Republic of Ireland / Dublin, Galway
Dublin was voted ‘favourite worldwide city’ at the Trazee awards in Orlando, Florida. Tourism Ireland has welcomed the news, with CEO Niall Gibbins describing it as ‘another well-deserved accolade for Dublin’.”Again and again, our research shows us that the friendliness of our people is one of our unique selling points,” Mr Gibbons said. Need we say more?
County Galway is situated in the West of Ireland and is one of Ireland’s largest counties. It is one of Ireland’s most diverse counties containing the largest Gaeltacht (Irish speaking area) in the country, the largest island community, a vibrant city (Galway City) and some of Ireland’s most dramatic mountains. (via http://www.irishtourist.com/galway/)
2.Northern Island / Belfast
The capital was once riddled with destruction and conflict, a period known as ‘The Troubles’, but Belfast has changed enormously in recent years, becoming one of the most visited cities in the UK, and second most visited on the island of Ireland, according to Irish Tourism.
- Team(s) Option
- March | April
- Fixtures and/or training for teams
- Sightseeing Activities
- Travel logistics
- Total cost (*all inclusive)
Option 1: Adding 2 days in Cork, Republic of Ireland