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Scotland & Northern Ireland with Agricultural Highlights

Discover the scenery, folklore, and people of Scotland & Northern Ireland with a special tour focusing on the region’s agricultural splendor. Spend three nights in Glasgow including a city tour, viewing the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Hunterian Museum, the Riverside Museum of Transportation, and much more. Explore Inveraray Castle and cruise Loch Lomond. Tour Edinburgh including Edinburgh Castle, Medieval Old Town, and the Royal Yacht Britannia. Explore the expansive National Museum of Rural Life before crossing the Irish Sea by ferry for two nights in Belfast including a city tour and visit to the award-winning Titanic Belfast. Marvel at the geologic wonder of Giant's Causeway, the climax to an ultimate Irish scenic drive, and explore the walled city of Derry. View Glenveagh Castle, visit a Northern Irish dairy farm and mingle with locals, and tour famous Belleek Pottery. For the finale, experience lively Dublin, the capital of Ireland. Stroll the halls of the National Museum of Ireland before we part ways with fantastic memories.

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Day 1 : Scotland Bound

We begin with an overnight flight across the pond to Scotland.

Day 2 : Glasgow

This morning we tour Glasgow, Scotland’s largest and most colorful city where we marvel at the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, explore the Riverside Museum of Transportation, enjoy artful city murals and more!

Our accommodations for the next three nights are at the Clayton Hotel in Glasgow.

We join this evening for a Holiday Vacations Welcome Dinner.


Day 3 : Inveraray Castle & Loch Lomond

Today we leave the bustle of Glasgow for the scenic splendor of Inveraray. Overlooking Loch Fyne and nestled among gorgeous gardens sits Inveraray Castle. This sprawling chateau exudes history and sophistication.

After lunch at The George Hotel's pub, we cruise the country’s most scenic waterway, Loch Lomond. Panoramic views of the famous Scottish Highlands lay out before us as we glide along this impressive loch.

A special treat this afternoon is Glengoyne Distillery where we learn about the Scotch making process and enjoy a tasty sample of what is famously considered the “water of life” in Scotland.

Breakfast, Lunch

Day 4 : Edinburgh & The Royal Yacht Britannia

Experience Edinburgh today on a tour with a Blue Badge Guide featuring the history of Georgian New Town and medieval Old Town. Enjoy a memorable visit to its iconic castle. First we explore The Royal Yacht Britannia, vacation home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years, the ship having sailed over one million miles around the world.

We then discover Edinburgh Castle. Towering above the city on a hillside, we tour this historic fortress, one of the most important military strongholds in the country’s history.


Day 5 : Ferry to Belfast

Start the day exploring Scotland's National Museum of Rural Life, a five-star museum presenting a collection of tractors, harvesters, and combines that also functions as a historic commercial dairy farm.

Upon arrival, we check in at the Grand Central Hotel in Belfast for two nights.

Next we board the ferry for a pleasant trip to Northern Ireland. Our Cairnryan Port Superferry journey reveals unmatched beauty as we cross the Irish Sea to Belfast.


Day 6 : Titanic Belfast

This morning we visit Titanic Belfast, the world's largest tourist attraction dedicated to the Titanic. It celebrates the region's maritime heritage and commemorates the birthplace of the world’s most famous ship extending over nine interactive galleries.

This afternoon, Northern Ireland’s largest city comes alive on a Blue Badge guided tour of Belfast, a city rich with history, culture, and Irish craic. We see the Titanic Quarter, City Hall, St. Anne’s Cathedral, Queens University, and the Prince Albert Memorial Clock.

Enjoy dinner tonight at Robinsons Pub.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 7 : Giant’s Causeway

We receive our first glimpse of Northern Ireland’s majestic coast this morning when we discover the beauty of Giant’s Causeway as the climax to a relaxing, scenic drive. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and unique geological wonder displays unparalleled landscapes with spectacular, surreal views.

Our afternoon takes us to the historic walled city of Derry. We tour the iconic Guild Hall and discover the city’s fortified walls and gates on a guided walking tour.

Our overnight this evening is at the Radisson Blu in Letterkenney, a bonny Northern Irish metro that started as a market town in the 17th century. Known as "the Cathedral Town," it was recently rated as the country’s “tidiest” urban center.


Day 8 : Glenveagh Castle & Donegal

Today brings us to Glenveagh National Park, the second-largest national park in Ireland. Enjoy the beautiful, rugged mountains, deep glens, pristine lakes, and enchanted native oak woodlands located in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains. The Glenveagh Castle Gardens are regarded as one of Ireland’s outstanding horticultural masterpieces and date back to the 1880s. Explore the Victorian garden layout and discover a multitude of exotic and delicate plants from Chile, Madeira, and Tasmania.

This evening, enjoy relaxing on a scenic drive to Donegal and have a tasty supper when we arrive at the Mill Park Hotel.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 9 : Belleek Pottery

Belleek Pottery is our first destination today. We'll gather in the visitor center before having a guided tour, learning the secrets of the world-renowned pottery's craftsmanship.

Breaking for lunch in Enniskillen, we enjoy this quaint country town located on an island that separates the upper and lower sections of the Lough Erne lakes.

Next we visit a nearby dairy farm and get to know their local economy and community.

We enjoy dinner and the next two nights at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa near Dublin where we indulge in luxurious amenities with the lovely Irish countryside surrounding us.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 10 : Dublin

Discover Dublin this morning on a city tour. We'll meet our guide at Trinity College. View Dublin Castle, the Spire of Dublin, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Ha’penny Bridge, and visit the National Museum of Ireland.

Following, we have a Holiday Vacations Farewell Lunch at Merchant's Arch with a multiple course meal! Between courses, storytellers will entertain us with tales of Irish life from times-gone-by.

Later there is time to stroll colorful Grafton Street or visit Trinity College.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11 : Return Home

Additional Tour Information

Your Holiday Vacations Experience Includes

  • All airfare
  • All fuel surcharges, government fees, airport & departure taxes (minimum value of $600 per person)
  • Holiday Vacations Tour Director & local Blue Badge Guides
  • Motorcoach & professional driver/guide
  • Baggage handling at hotels
  • $100 travel voucher for a future tour

All Accommodations Featuring

  • 3 nights at the Clayton Hotel Glasgow
  • 2 nights at the Grand Central Hotel Belfast
  • 1 night at the Radisson Blu in Letterkenney
  • 1 night at the Mill Park Hotel in Donegal
  • 2 nights at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa in the Dublin area

Attractions & Highlights

  • Glasgow panoramic city tour
  • Inveraray Castle
  • Loch Lomond Cruise & the Highlands
  • Glengoyne Distillery tour
  • The Royal Yacht Britannia
  • Edinburgh Castle & guided city tour
  • National Museum of Rural Life
  • Titanic Belfast
  • Belfast guided city tour
  • Giant’s Causeway
  • Derry Walls walking tour & Guild Hall
  • Glenveagh National Park
  • Belleek Pottery tour
  • Local Irish dairy farm
  • Dublin guided city tour
  • National Museum of Ireland

15 Excellent Meals Featuring

  • Lunch at The George Pub in Inveraray
  • Dinner at Robinsons Pub in Belfast
  • Holiday Vacations Farewell Lunch at Merchant's Arch in Dublin with folktales & music

Tour Dates & Pricing


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Final Payment Date: 06/10/2022

Tour Map for Scotland & Northern Ireland with Agricultural Highlights

Departure Cities

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Platteville, WI - Walmart

Portage, WI - Petro Portage

Reedsburg, WI - Voyageur Inn

South Beloit, IL - Flying J Travel Plaza

Sparta, WI - Super 8

Tomah, WI - McDonalds

Chicago, IL - O'Hare International Airport

Pam Jahnke

Getting up at 2 in the morning might shock some of her listeners, but for Pam Jahnke, it’s part of the business. Growing up on a dairy farm just north of Green Bay, Pam grew up surrounded by agriculture.

Pam’s a past president of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting, been named Farm Broadcaster of the Year and moderated panels for U.S. Ag Secretary’s in the White House. She’s also proudly been honored with many in-state awards including the “Honorary Recognition” award from UW-Madison’s College of Agriculture, and citations from the Wisconsin State Senate.

To date, the Midwest Farm Report network has grown to encompass 26 stations in Wisconsin and Minnesota, and daily appearances on the CBS TV affiliate in Madison as well as her popular “Fabulous Farm Babe” Facebook page.

In her spare time, Pam is active farming in partnership with her brother, sister and mother on the home farm.

Join her on this spectacular vacation.