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The award winning team at Bunnik Tours are proud to announce the extension of their small group touring range to include a selection of unique, land only tours. These shorter itineraries allow for greater flexibility and in depth exploration of some truly stunning regions of Europe, Scotland and Ireland.

Experience snow-covered alpine forests, along with majestic huskies and reindeers on our magical
Winter in Finland small group tour, traverse the Emerald Isle, or roam the highlands of bonny
Scotland; these small group tours maintain all you know and love from Bunnik Tours, with our
commitment to small group sizes, more inclusions and special, local experiences that connect you to your destination.

Who hasn’t dreamed of a white Christmas in Europe, with your days spent exploring festive,
Christmas markets and your nights, sipping mulled wine? Bunnik Tours has created a tour that
encompasses all of this and more. Travellers will see Europe like never before as Plitvice Lakes
transforms into a winter wonderland, the cobblestone streets and bridges of Ljubljana create that
picture perfect image, and the Gothic spires of the Zagreb Cathedral dominate the white-roofed
skyline. Jam-packed with sights and experiences, the small group tour includes the original Viennese

Snow Globe Factory and Museum, the labyrinthine Postojna Cave system and a scrumptious threecourse Croatian Christmas lunch; all this and more on our 10 day Austria, Slovenia & Croatia
Christmas Markets tour.

The Icons of Ireland tour showcases the country’s fascinating history and traditions starting and
finishing in Dublin and taking in several of the southern counties. One of the major highlights of the nine day itinerary is a visit to renowned Trinity College which has seen scholars such as Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde and Jonathon Swift pass through its doors. It is also home to the Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript dating back to 800AD and including the four gospels of the New Testament.

Bunnik travellers will get to know Ireland through guided tours of some of the country’s most
fascinating cities including cosmopolitan Cork, historic Limerick with a history dating back to the
Vikings and bustling Galway, home to a vibrant live music and arts scene.
These cities are connected by spectacular rolling landscapes, coastal vistas and pristine national

Travellers will also enjoy a rich immersion into the dining scene with dinner at the Kyteler’s Inn –
Kilkenny’s oldest pub; morning tea in one of Ireland’s most recognised restaurants, Ballymaloe
House which won an award for the world’s Best Dessert Trolley and a visit to Kilbeggan Whiskey
Distillery for a tipple of the country’s finest along with tours of the Cork Butter Museum and the
Limerick Milk Market, one of the oldest in Ireland.

All tours have no more than 20 travellers and include all sightseeing, accommodation, many meals
and more. You can enjoy confidence in booking with our new terms and conditions and confidence
in travelling with the WTTC and CATO Covid Safe Travel Protocols that we have adopted.

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