A week of iconic sights, quaint city streets, and history for literal centuries? Uhhh, yes to all of that. All that’s missing is—oh, wait, yup, there’s pubs, too. Get ready to gallivant through two of Western Europe’s most iconic capitals.
Sipping a pint at the Guinness Storehouse
Strolling Dublin’s quaint streets and quays
Spotting Big Ben from the London Eye
Riding an iconic double-decker bus
Channeling your inner Beatle at Abbey Road
What you'll get
Round-trip flights & airport transfers (or book 'em yourself)
6 nights in handpicked accommodations
An expert Tour Director
2 guided city tours
Entrance to St. Patrick’s Cathedral & Guinness Storehouse
- Day 1: Overnight flight
Find your seat on your overnight flight to Ireland and try to get a wee bit o’ shuteye. May we suggest counting leprechauns?
- Day 2: Arrive in Dublin + Welcome Dinner
Welcome to Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland! Drop your bags off at your digs, then stroll to St. Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street, and the Temple Bar district to get a feel for Dublin’s unique magic.
- Meet an EF representative and fellow travelers as they arrive at the airport.
- Transfer to your hotel to check in and check out your room.
- Explore the surrounding area with your Tour Director.
- Enjoy a Welcome Dinner with fellow travelers at an authentic local spot.
- Day 3: Explore the city + Guinness Storehouse tour
See the best Dublin has to offer with a local guide on a tour of the city. In the afternoon, head to the Guinness Storehouse and order a “pint of Gat” (that’s how the cool kids order a Guinness).
- Enter St. Patrick’s Cathedral, a 9th century church named after the saint.
- Pass Trinity College, one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious universities, home to the storied library that inspired Hogwarts’ own.
- Take in Dublin’s natural beauty at Phoenix Park—the largest park in Europe.
- Day 4: Free day in Dublin
Today’s for doing Dublin as you please. Sample some classic Irish fare, check out a museum, or pop into one of the city’s 700+ pubs. Try chatting with the locals—they’re usually happy for a good old chinwag.
Free time suggestions
Book of Kells: Head back to Trinity College for a chance to see the Book of Kells—a pristine 1,200-year-old illustrated collection of biblical stories—up close.
Jameson Distillery: Sick of stout? Switch things up in favor of the strong stuff with a guided tour and whiskey tasting at the Jameson Distillery.
- Day 5: Fly to London + guided city tour
Gotta jet, Dublin, but it's been great craic. Fly to London, home of the royal fam, afternoon tea, and a dessert called Spotted Dick. Hit the highlights on an afternoon walking tour, then tuck into an included group dinner.
- Hop on a quick flight to London, Western Europe’s largest city.
- See Big Ben, Parliament, Westminster Abbey and more iconic spots with a local guide.
- Learn how to tell if the king is home at Buckingham Palace.
- Savor an included dinner with your group after a day of pointing at stuff.
- Day 6: Free day + optional London Eye & tea
Whatever puts the malt vinegar on your chips is on today’s agenda. London’s 607 square miles, so there’s like...a hundred million things to do. Parks, museums, shops, restaurants, pubs—the city is yours.
Free time suggestions
Shakespeare’s Globe: Hark! Make haste and get thee to the old Globe Theatre, an Elizabethan playhouse where the Bard’s works were (and are) performed.
Hyde Park: Wander the largest of London’s four Royal Parks where you’ll see gorgeous gardens, Serpentine Lake, and the Princess Diana memorial fountain.
London Eye & Tea (extra cost)
Ride Europe’s tallest Ferris wheel for panoramic views before enjoying a traditional English tea.
This excursion is pre-book only; if your trip is less than fourteen days away, please call 800-766-2645 to purchase.
- Day 7: Free day + Farewell Dinner
You’re free as the flock of birds that landed on Big Ben’s minute hand in 1944 and set the clock back 5 minutes (facts). In the evening, share some laughs—and maybe shed a few tears—at an included Farewell Dinner with your group.
Free time suggestions
Victoria & Albert Museum: Beyond a striking red-brick façade and grand entrance hall is an incredible art and design collection, from fashion and jewelry to sculpture.
Abbey Road: Grab some of your travel BFFs, look both ways, and recreate the Beatles’ iconic Abbey Road album cover on the street where it was recorded.
- Day 8: Fly home
Your next destination awaits—home. But this isn’t goodbye. It’s “See you later.” The only question is, where?
Overall rating: 5 out of 5
Based on 1 authentic traveler reviews
Do not hesitate just bookTerrinique, traveled Oct. 2023
Dublin and London has been a gem! I enjoyed every single moment in both cities. So much to explore and history to learn. PSA Roxie is the best hands down.