Zicasso creates tours in Ireland and Croatia inspired by 'Stars Wars'

UNESCO World Heritage Site, Skellig Michael, Ireland, where Rey discovers and trains with Luke.
UNESCO World Heritage Site, Skellig Michael, Ireland, where Rey discovers and trains with Luke. Photo Credit: Tourism Ireland

With "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" in theaters now, Zicasso is offering two new itineraries that take in some of the sites in Ireland and Croatia featured in the film.



Ireland and the Last Jedi Encounter: A Star Wars-Inspired Tour is priced from $2,975 per person, based on four people traveling in double occupancy. The price includes accommodations with daily breakfasts; chauffeur or self-drive transportation; sightseeing, entrance fees and meals as per the itinerary.

Highlights of the seven-night package include a visit to the Unesco World Heritage Site Skellig Michael, the island where Rey finds and trains with Luke in the film; an overnight stay at a castle in Donegal where the cast and crew stayed during filming; a pint of Guinness from "Luke's Tap," a tap used by Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) during the filming wrap party; a falconry demonstration at Ashford Castle; and visiting Newgrange, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren.

Croatia and the Last Jedi Encounter: A Star Wars-Inspired Tour is priced from $3,799 per person, double, and covers accommodations and daily breakfasts; eight guided tours; and sightseeing, entrance fees and meals as per the itinerary.

Highlights of the eight-night plan include a walking tour of Dubrovnik, which stands in for the casino city of Canto Bight in the new Star Wars film; a visit to Croatia's first underwater winery, which stores its wines on the seafloor; a guided tour of Split, which doubles as the "Game of Thrones" setting of Meereen; and a stop at the ancient city of Stari Grad on the island of Hvar.

Zicasso
Web:
  www.zicasso.com/ireland and www.zicasso.com/croatia
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