Leave the hustle and bustle of Dublin behind and relax as we journey our way through the Irish midlands heading south for County Cork.
Our first stop today is the world-famous Blarney Castle.
Its time to Pucker up as you get your chance to Kiss the legendary Blarney Stone and receive 7 years of eloquence (The gift of extraordinary flattery)
The castle visit includes the breathtaking gardens of Blarney Estate.
After your castle visit, take a short stroll to Blarney Woolen Mills, the worlds largest Irish gift shop which comes complete with a restaurant serving delicious homemade dishes.
Perhaps you might fancy a visit to Christy's Irish Bar for a creamy pint of stout and a bowl of Blarney beef stew.
Next up is the historic Cork City for a fascinating panoramic driving tour with free time to enjoy at your leisure.
Our last stop will be The Magnificent Rock of Cashel also known as The Cashel of the Kings.
Built in 1446 Blarney Castle was the third castle on this site. Dermot McCarthy the King of Munster commissioned the building almost six hundred years ago.
Many visitors come to kiss the stone but most leave knowing the stone is just part of the story. The castle itself is visually stunning and has so much history to tell.
Legend has it that Robert The Bruce gave half The Stone of Scone to McCarthy the King of Munster to show his gratitude for his support in the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314.
The famous stone was always reputed to have magic and mystical powers and was later incorporated in the battlements of the castle where millions of visitors have flocked to experience one of Ireland greatest treasures.
Take time to explore the magnificent 60 acres of Blarney Gardens. Find a touch of danger within the beauty in The Poison Garden, explore the Witches Kitchen or the Witch Rock itself.
Depending on the season you will be greeted with a carpet of colour and streams to enchant and delight your senses.
This is the perfect chance to buy those extra special gifts and souvenirs while on vacation. The Woolen Mills come complete with a top-class restaurant and cosy traditional Irish bar.
Enjoy the sights of a driving tour through Cork City taking in iconic sights such as The Shandon Bells, St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, University College Cork and much more.
Enjoy free time to stroll through the main street of Cork known locally as "Pana" and visit the famous English Market.
Say goodbye to Cork City and lets head to The Rock of Cashel in the County of Tipperary.
This unique site is a spectacular group of Medieval buildings including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th Century Gothic Cathedral, 15th Century Castle and the restored Hall of the Vicars Choral.
Attractions at "The Rock" also include an audio-visual show and exhibitions.