Discover the charming Ireland in 6 days

Céad míle fáilte—a hundred-thousand welcomes!

Experience the true essence of Ireland in less than a week. Escape to the beauty and history of the “Emerald Isle” on your guided tour of Ireland. Enjoy your getaway into the green valleys and sweeping seashores without the large crowds or costs of the “busy” travel season. Our pleasure to guide you throughout Ireland in less than a week.

Day 1: You’ll begin in the fair city of Dublin. 

A warm welcome to Dublin, a modern multi-cultural city that embraces its past and exudes an enduring sense of fun.

On arrival at Dublin Airport, reclaim your baggage and enter the Arrivals Hall. Here, you will meet your tour guide (who is also your driver). We then make the short transfer to your Hotel at Burlington Road in the heart of Dublin City for your check-in.

In the afternoon, we will take you to Trinity College. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I on the site of an Augustinian monastery. See the Book Of Kells. The book, which is housed in Trinity College, is the most richly decorated of Ireland’s medieval illuminated manuscripts. It contains the four gospels in Latin. Some of the dyes used were imported from as far as the Middle East.

Our next visit will be to the Guinness Storehouse. With an address at the world-famous St. James’s Gate. Here you will tour the world-renowned brewery and enjoy a perfect complimentary pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar — located at the top of a glass tower that commands spectacular views of Dublin City. A special Welcome Reception this evening sees you visiting EPIC – The Irish Emigration Museum.

Day 2: Glendalough day

After some much-needed sleep and a hearty full Irish breakfast, you will depart for Glendalough. Nestled in the deep in the spectacular Wicklow Mountains. The steep wooded slopes of Glendalough, the “valley of the two lakes”, harbor one of Ireland’s most atmospheric monastic settlements. Sacked time and again by the Vikings, it nevertheless flourished for over 600 years.

Return to Dublin City in the afternoon. You will have the afternoon free to explore and shop in Dublin and we would also suggest you take a stroll up Grafton Street.

Day 3: Experience Irish history and on to Enniscrone

Our third day starts with the journey through the lush green countryside before your first stop at Strokestown where we will dive Into Culture at the Irish Famine Museum, delving into the stories of the 1840s famine. See the haunting pleas of starving tenants on the estate and the response they received, before continuing to our next day.

Day 4: Limerick and Galway day

After breakfast, you will depart for Limerick via Galway. Enjoy some free time in Galway City, known as the “City of the Tribes”, it is located right on the famous Wild Atlantic Way. Here you can take a ramble to Salthill Promenade, a Wild Atlantic Way discovery point, or down Quay Street with its many great pubs including “The Quays” and “Ti Neachtain” — a townhouse which belonged to “Humanity Dick”, an eighteenth-century MP who promoted laws against cruelty to animals. Later, visit the Benedictine monastery of Kylemore Abbey, set against the striking backdrop of Lake Kylemore, and stroll through its walled Victorian gardens. We continue to Galway, where we’ll see Galway Cathedral and spend the rest of the evening at leisure.

Day 5: A Day on the Ring of Kerry

This morning, after an early breakfast, you will set off for Ring Of Kerry, one of the most scenic drives on the ‘Emerald Isle’. Travel through the beautiful, thatched village of Adare to Killarney Town, before touring the Ring Of Kerry. It is officially known as the Iveragh Peninsula. You will travel via Killorglin, Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Coomakesta Pass with its magnificent views over Derrynane, home of Daniel O’ Connell, known as “The Liberator”, to Caherdaniel.

Stopover in the Blind Piper Pub. Here you will have a traditional Irish Pub Lunch. Located in the village of Caherdaniel, locals and visitors alike have been drinking here since 1865. Who is the Blind Piper you might ask? The Blind Piper is Mici Cumba O’Sullivan, who was born nearby in 1835 and became one of Ireland’s most famous pipers.

Continue on via the pretty village of Sneem, Moll’s Gap, Ladies View, and along the Killarney Lakes to Killarney Town. There will be free time in Killarney Town before returning to the Hotel in Limerick for tomorrow morning’s departure to Dublin.

Day 6: Miss Ireland already? Let’s be a part of our communities.

From Dublin, we will make a short transfer to Meath GAA, a premier stadium in the county town of Navan. The stadium is owned by Meath GAA for nearly 90 years. Prior to Meath GAA ownership, it was known as the Showgrounds, a reference to agricultural shows which used to take place here.

Although modernized and improved in every decade it is now in urgent need of modernization and redevelopment. This will include the demolition of the current ‘North Terrace’ and its replacement by the new ‘North Stand’ and refurbishment of the current “South Stand’, bringing the venue’s capacity to 11,100-seating. The project will involve an estimated capital cost of €23m, €12.8m of which will be funded through the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP).

 

The IIP provides non-EEA nationals and their families who commit to an approved investment option under the program with secure residency status in Ireland. For more information on Program’s requirements, please see Admission.

After visiting the stadium, you will return to Dublin for departure or further discuss an investment opportunity. We wish you a memorable journey ahead!

Céad míle fáilte—a hundred-thousand welcomes!

Experience the true essence of Ireland in less than a week. Escape to the beauty and history of the “Emerald Isle” on your guided tour of Ireland. Enjoy your getaway into the green valleys and sweeping seashores without the large crowds or costs of the “busy” travel season. Our pleasure to guide you throughout Ireland in less than a week.

Day 1: You’ll begin in the fair city of Dublin. 

A warm welcome to Dublin, a modern multi-cultural city that embraces its past and exudes an enduring sense of fun.

On arrival at Dublin Airport, reclaim your baggage and enter the Arrivals Hall. Here, you will meet your tour guide (who is also your driver). We then make the short transfer to your Hotel at Burlington Road in the heart of Dublin City for your check-in.

In the afternoon, we will take you to Trinity College. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I on the site of an Augustinian monastery. See the Book Of Kells. The book, which is housed in Trinity College, is the most richly decorated of Ireland’s medieval illuminated manuscripts. It contains the four gospels in Latin. Some of the dyes used were imported from as far as the Middle East.

Our next visit will be to the Guinness Storehouse. With an address at the world-famous St. James’s Gate. Here you will tour the world-renowned brewery and enjoy a perfect complimentary pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar — located at the top of a glass tower that commands spectacular views of Dublin City. A special Welcome Reception this evening sees you visiting EPIC – The Irish Emigration Museum.

Day 2: Glendalough day

After some much-needed sleep and a hearty full Irish breakfast, you will depart for Glendalough. Nestled in the deep in the spectacular Wicklow Mountains. The steep wooded slopes of Glendalough, the “valley of the two lakes”, harbor one of Ireland’s most atmospheric monastic settlements. Sacked time and again by the Vikings, it nevertheless flourished for over 600 years.

Return to Dublin City in the afternoon. You will have the afternoon free to explore and shop in Dublin and we would also suggest you take a stroll up Grafton Street.

Day 3: Experience Irish history and on to Enniscrone

Our third day starts with the journey through the lush green countryside before your first stop at Strokestown where we will dive Into Culture at the Irish Famine Museum, delving into the stories of the 1840s famine. See the haunting pleas of starving tenants on the estate and the response they received, before continuing to our next day.

Day 4: Limerick and Galway day

After breakfast, you will depart for Limerick via Galway. Enjoy some free time in Galway City, known as the “City of the Tribes”, it is located right on the famous Wild Atlantic Way. Here you can take a ramble to Salthill Promenade, a Wild Atlantic Way discovery point, or down Quay Street with its many great pubs including “The Quays” and “Ti Neachtain” — a townhouse which belonged to “Humanity Dick”, an eighteenth-century MP who promoted laws against cruelty to animals. Later, visit the Benedictine monastery of Kylemore Abbey, set against the striking backdrop of Lake Kylemore, and stroll through its walled Victorian gardens. We continue to Galway, where we’ll see Galway Cathedral and spend the rest of the evening at leisure.

Day 5: A Day on the Ring of Kerry

This morning, after an early breakfast, you will set off for Ring Of Kerry, one of the most scenic drives on the ‘Emerald Isle’. Travel through the beautiful, thatched village of Adare to Killarney Town, before touring the Ring Of Kerry. It is officially known as the Iveragh Peninsula. You will travel via Killorglin, Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Coomakesta Pass with its magnificent views over Derrynane, home of Daniel O’ Connell, known as “The Liberator”, to Caherdaniel.

Stopover in the Blind Piper Pub. Here you will have a traditional Irish Pub Lunch. Located in the village of Caherdaniel, locals and visitors alike have been drinking here since 1865. Who is the Blind Piper you might ask? The Blind Piper is Mici Cumba O’Sullivan, who was born nearby in 1835 and became one of Ireland’s most famous pipers.

Continue on via the pretty village of Sneem, Moll’s Gap, Ladies View, and along the Killarney Lakes to Killarney Town. There will be free time in Killarney Town before returning to the Hotel in Limerick for tomorrow morning’s departure to Dublin.

Day 6: Miss Ireland already? Let’s be a part of our communities.

From Dublin, we will make a short transfer to Meath GAA, a premier stadium in the county town of Navan. The stadium is owned by Meath GAA for nearly 90 years. Prior to Meath GAA ownership, it was known as the Showgrounds, a reference to agricultural shows which used to take place here.

Although modernized and improved in every decade it is now in urgent need of modernization and redevelopment. This will include the demolition of the current ‘North Terrace’ and its replacement by the new ‘North Stand’ and refurbishment of the current “South Stand’, bringing the venue’s capacity to 11,100-seating. The project will involve an estimated capital cost of €23m, €12.8m of which will be funded through the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP).

 

The IIP provides non-EEA nationals and their families who commit to an approved investment option under the program with secure residency status in Ireland. For more information on Program’s requirements, please see Admission.

After visiting the stadium, you will return to Dublin for departure or further discuss an investment opportunity. We wish you a memorable journey ahead!

ADMISSION

Details

Irish Immigrant Investment Programme (IIP) Introduction (Irish immigration)

The IIP was announced by the Department of Justice & Equality in January 2012 and is operated by the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS). The ultimate objective of the programme is job creation and facilitating Irish economic development.

The IIP facilitates non-EEA nationals and their families who commit to an approved investment ‘Option’ in Ireland to acquire secure residency status in Ireland.

IIP– Investment Options

  1. Enterprise Investment (€1m for a 4-year term)
  2. Investment Fund (€1m for 3 years) – Investment monies are not secured on assets and are subject to investment performance and annual fees
  3. Real Estate Investment Trusts (€2m, for a 5-year term) – Investment amount not competitive
  4. Endowment (become a donor) (€400,000)

Project introduction:

Fitzwilliam Group, founded in Ireland in 1975 have proudly been engaged by Meath Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) County Board for raising of €12.8m of endowment funding (Representing 32 Donor places at €400,000) under the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) for the re-development of Páirc Tailteann Sports Stadium in Navan, Co. Meath.

This project was approved by the Department of Justice on the 21st December 2020 as a qualifying Endowment project through the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP).

For approved projects under the Irish Immigrant Investment Programme, Fitzwilliam Group has a 100% success rate with the Department of Justice in Ireland. To date, 73 Investors have successfully received their letters of approval from Fitzwilliam Group projects.

Fitzwilliam Group’s team works diligently with our Approved Immigration Agent Partners globally to ensure that our Donors’ applications are well received by the Department of Justice in Ireland.

Key requirements for donors:

  • Donors must be of good character and have not been convicted of criminal offences in any jurisdiction
  • Donors must have a minimum net worth of €2m and disclose in full the source of their funds
  • Donors must have €400,000 available to donate to the project in advance of their application under the project being submitted to the Department of Justice

Key Benefits for IIP Donors

Flexible residency in Ireland

Donors only need to spend one day per calendar year in Ireland to meet the residency requirements of the programme

Management Experience 

The donor does not require business management experience

Language skills and qualifications not required

This immigrant investor programme has no English language skills or qualification requirements

Naturalisation

Donors living in Ireland for five years can qualify for Irish / EU citizenship (European residency, EU citizenship by investment)

more info

QUESTIONS?

Please refer to the FAQs section and download the brief for more details

ADMISSION

Details

Irish Immigrant Investment Programme (IIP) Introduction (Irish immigration)

The IIP was announced by the Department of Justice & Equality in January 2012 and is operated by the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS). The ultimate objective of the programme is job creation and facilitating Irish economic development.

The IIP facilitates non-EEA nationals and their families who commit to an approved investment ‘Option’ in Ireland to acquire secure residency status in Ireland.

IIP– Investment Options

  1. Enterprise Investment (€1m for a 4-year term)
  2. Investment Fund (€1m for 3 years) – Investment monies are not secured on assets and are subject to investment performance and annual fees
  3. Real Estate Investment Trusts (€2m, for a 5-year term) – Investment amount not competitive
  4. Endowment (become a donor) (€400,000)

Project introduction:

Fitzwilliam Group, founded in Ireland in 1975 have proudly been engaged by Meath Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) County Board for raising of €12.8m of endowment funding (Representing 32 Donor places at €400,000) under the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) for the re-development of Páirc Tailteann Sports Stadium in Navan, Co. Meath.

This project was approved by the Department of Justice on the 21st December 2020 as a qualifying Endowment project through the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP).

For approved projects under the Irish Immigrant Investment Programme, Fitzwilliam Group has a 100% success rate with the Department of Justice in Ireland. To date, 73 Investors have successfully received their letters of approval from Fitzwilliam Group projects.

Fitzwilliam Group’s team works diligently with our Approved Immigration Agent Partners globally to ensure that our Donors’ applications are well received by the Department of Justice in Ireland.

Key requirements for donors:

  • Donors must be of good character and have not been convicted of criminal offences in any jurisdiction
  • Donors must have a minimum net worth of €2m and disclose in full the source of their funds
  • Donors must have €400,000 available to donate to the project in advance of their application under the project being submitted to the Department of Justice

Key Benefits for IIP Donors

Flexible residency in Ireland

Donors only need to spend one day per calendar year in Ireland to meet the residency requirements of the programme

Management Experience 

The donor does not require business management experience

Language skills and qualifications not required

This immigrant investor programme has no English language skills or qualification requirements

Naturalisation

Donors living in Ireland for five years can qualify for Irish / EU citizenship (European residency, EU citizenship by investment)

more info

QUESTIONS?

Please refer to the FAQs section and download the brief for more details

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