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Fantastic. Enjoyed it all, driver terrific on his knowledge.
Blarney Castle truly magestic.
Barry was an excellent guide, very knowledgeable and friendly, excellent tour
We loved our tour guide Mac...he gave us great information on the history of Ireland. I feel we had plenty of free time to explore our stops.
This was a wonderful trip. Had a fantastic tour guide who was also our bus driver named Sarah from Extreme Ireland Day Tours. She did an amazing job of keeping us informed and organized as well as providing us with with a wonderfully interesting history narration as we went along. She was extremely knowledgeable, funny and personable, plus an excellent driver! Rock of Cashel was a must-see and Blarney Castle a fun excursion. Also had time to shop at Blarney woolen mill store ..a great addition. Thank you for a special trip. It is recommended.
We had a great day ,the driver was great and gave us a good history lesson
It was a great day. A lot of info, great guide, great group of people!!!
Very good venue with beautiful gardens. Had to queue for 90 minutes of the 120 minute stopover so not much time to enjoy the rest of the place.
Fantastic trip. Our driver / guide, "Mike" was AMAZING! So informative and funny and talented - stories to singing to jokes - he made the time on the road in between stops thoroughly enjoyable.
What an amazing 12 hour day that was well designed and thought out! Michael was the best tour guide we've ever had. He had a wealth of knowledge about the history of Ireland, told funny jokes and even sang us some traditional irish tunes. Perfect day!
Fantastic! One of my favourite days! Our tour guide excelled in his love of his history and telling us so much as we visited such amazing places. He gave 200%!
A really enjoyable experience with a kissing of the Blarney Stone and a two-hour free
time in downtown Cork. Plus our bus driver kept us continuously amused with his many stories and his singing of Irish songs.
Rock of Cashel and Blarney castle are an absolute must when in Ireland. Very nicely organized. Of course the Blarney gardens are huge and you need at least half a day to explore them but don't forget to stop by the Blarney Woolen Mills. Despite the long drives the bus makes enough stops to stretch your legs, have a coffee or stop by the restrooms.