Destination Guide: Ireland

Ireland through the ages

C&IT takes a look at incentive opportunities with a historical theme in the city of Dublin.

Day one
Upon arrival, take a tour of the Guinness Storehouse, one of the Dublin’s most iconic landmarks.  Advantage ICO recommends that in the evening, guests can experience the myths of ancient Ireland with a musical performance over dinner.  

Day two
After breakfast, spend the day with a visit to the ancient site of Glendalough in County Wicklow, enjoying a traditional farm hooley at Ballyknocken House. Learn more about Irish history in the evening, focusing on its music and dance, with a dinner at the home of Jameson, the famous whiskey brand. Each course is accompanied by a premium Irish whiskey. Round the evening off with a performance from the Claddagh Irish dancers.  

Day three
Discover Dublin’s hidden gems, visiting places of cultural and historical interest including the birthplaces of Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, WB Yeats, James Joyce and George Bernard Shaw.  


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