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Belmond Grand Hibernian train

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Belmond Grand Hibernian train

An extra luxury resort along the tracks of charming Ireland. A timeless journey, absolutely unique and incredibly evocative. This, and more, is the Belmond Grand Hibernian train.

Always, Belmond and synonymous with quality, style and taste. Not just tours: real travel experiences. And it is right in this perspective that the Belmond Grand Hibernian Train is born. It is a luxurious convoy that, from Dublin, crosses the green Ireland, aboard vintage wagons. The train accepts up to a maximum of 40 guests. A carriage is designed to accommodate people with reduced mobility. All carriages are elegantly furnished and equipped with private bathrooms; they are all inspired by the Irish country style, with elements of contemporary luxury.
The panoramic carriage, reminiscent of the style of an Irish pub; from here you can admire the surrounding landscape.

The menus offer the delicacies of the places that you cross along the way. They are served in the two dining cars.

You can choose from three itineraries, all with arrival and departure from Dublin.
TASTE OF IRELAND: itinerary of 3 days and 2 nights that develops to the North. It passes through Belfast and the Titanic museum, the old Old Bushmills distillery and the impressive Giant Path.
LEGENDS AND LOUGHS: itinerary of 5 days and 4 nights, which develops to the west. It goes to Cork, Blarney Castle, Killarney Lakes (pictured above), Connemara National Park and Galway.
GRAND TOUR OF IRELAND: combines the previous two itineraries for a total of 8 days and 7 nights.

The Belmond Grand Hibernian Train is truly a travel experience. An experience ... not for every budget. It starts, in fact, from 3160 € per person for the itinerary from 2 nights, up to 7722 € per person for the full tour!

For more info and reservations, you can visit the official website from this link.

So you just have to start putting some money aside if you plan to travel aboard the

Belmond Grand Hibernian train

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