Capture the wild spirit of the Ring of Kerry on an exhilarating full-day tour of the region’s natural highlights from Cork. Travel through the magical landscapes of Kerry and visit an array of quaint villages, blissful beaches, and sweeping valleys. Admire the colorful houses and ancient traditions of Sneem Village; absorb the coastal splendor of Dingle Bay; and gaze at magnificent views of mountains, lakes, and valleys in Killarney National Park. Receive an interesting introduction to the history and culture of Ireland from your expert guide on this enriching tour.
Our great adventure starts visiting one of Ireland’s greatest treasures Blarney Castle, the home of Blarney Stone also known as Stone of Eloquence. Do you know if you kiss the stone, it will give you the gift of eloquence?
Blarney Castle is more than a castle, it is a complex building divided in different parts: chapel, banqueting hall & family room, young ladies’ bedroom, the dungeon, the great hall, the kitchen…
After this visit to the castle, we will drive to Cork where we are going to enjoy a panoramic tour (we don’t stop to visit sites). You will learn the history of English Market, one of the world’s oldest municipal markets, St. Anne’s Church which is known for the famous Shandon Bells tower.
We can´t leave Cork without visiting the famous Jameson Distillery, during the tour you will be shown how whisky is made and you will be able to taste it.
Maximum 16 pax ( adjustable times based on the schedule of your cruise)
PLEASE NOTE: WALKING INVOLVED
MISSING YOU ALREADY!!
Marvel over the mighty Cliffs of Moher and the wild landscape of the Burren on a full-day tour from Cork. Enjoy dramatic views along the Atlantic coast as you stand atop the 702-foot (214-meter) high sea cliffs, then walk the vast karst plain of the Burren. That’s not all: pay a visit to Ireland’s 2014 City of Culture, Limerick, and pose for photos in front of the medieval Bunratty Castle.
Discover a breathtaking landscape of rolling hills, lakes, emerald peaks and rugged Atlantic coastline on a private tour of the Ring of Kerry tourist trail from Cork. Considered one of the most scenic drives in southwest Ireland, the journey takes you through the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ — an unspoiled and inspiring territory rich in beauty and legends. Pass through charming towns like Killarney, Killorglin and Waterville while a private driver and guide shares captivating local history and traditions.
Make the most of your time in port on a shore excursion from Cobh and discover county highlights, including Blarney Castle, Kinsale, and Cobh Cathedral. Enjoy round-trip transportation for seamless transfer between dispersed locations, and gain insight into the region from your guide’s on-board commentary. Benefit from tailored departure times according to the duration your docking.
Maximize time in County Cork with a full-day private tour. Begin the exploration in the fishing village of Kinsale. Visit historic Charles Fort and wander through the charming town streets. Continue on to Cork City and check out top landmarks including the English Market and St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral. Complete the experience with a visit to the Jameson Distillery in Midleton and sample whiskey at the source.
This expertly curated tour offers unique access to Ireland’s must-see Blarney Castle & Gardens, home to the world-famous Blarney Stone. This wonderful tour also includes an enchanting walk discovering the picturesque village of Blarney as well as time to shop at one of Ireland’s oldest and most authentic Irish Woollen Mills.
- Beat the Ticket Line crowds – with our easy access to Blarney Castle & Gardens
- Visit the 15th century Blarney Castle home of the Blarney Stone
- Kiss the Blarney Stone and receive the “Gift of Eloquence” or named locally as the “Gift of the Gab”
- Enjoy a guided walking tour of the very picturesque Blarney Village
- Visit Ireland’s oldest and largest Irish craft goods shop
- Experience a fully guided tour led by an expert local English-speaking professional guide.
- Enjoy the best stories and highlights of Blarney Castle & Gardens and Blarney Village
To experience the culinary scene in Cork, don't miss this foodie-friendly guided tour designed for travelers to embrace the city's burgeoning culinary world. The highlight of your tour is a visit to the famed English Market where you can chat with local traders (or have the craic, as locals might say), while feasting on local treats like fish and bread, as well as tasty sweets. Wrap up your gastronic outing with a light pub lunch, included in the price.
The Jameson Experience in Ireland’s County Cork offers a true taste of Irish history. On this tour of the old Midleton distillery, you’ll learn about the distillation process, visit a restored 19th-century warehouse where Jameson is aged in oak casks and even have an opportunity to sample some of the finished product. Your visit begins with a short video detailing the history of Jameson, the world’s best-selling Irish whiskey.
Venture west from Cork to experience the epic scenery of Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula on this full-day trip. Admire the landscapes of this mountainous promontory jutting into the Atlantic, and visit beauty spots such as Inch Beach, one of the country’s prettiest. Ogle the sea views on Europe’s westernmost drive around Slea Head; and enjoy photo stops at stunning viewpoints as the live onboard commentary brings the sights alive. Along the way, stop at the port of Dingle, known for ‘Fungie’, its resident dolphin, and its colorful arts and music scene.
Cork is widely considered among Ireland’s must-see cities, but pounding the pavements to explore on foot takes time and effort. With this 24-hour ticket, spin through Cork by sightseeing bus and take in top attractions such as Cork City Gaol, the English Market, Shandon Bells, and University College Cork with ease. Hop on and off at your leisure, and learn of Cork’s colorful history through informative audio commentary.
Taste your way through the Irish seaside village of Kinsale with this half-day, small-group culinary tour. Meet your guide for a scenic stroll through Kinsale and learn about the history of Irish food. Sample traditional fare including local cheese, seafood, and craft beer. Complete the experience with a lesson in how to make a classic Irish coffee.
Maximize time in Cork City with a guided walking tour focused on local history and culture. Meet your guide and set out on a stroll through Ireland’s Second City including top landmarks such as St. Patrick Street, the Huguenot Cemetery, and Coal Quay Market. Hear stories about the maritime and merchant history of Cork City as you get your bearings and see the English market, Nano Nagle Bridge, and more.
Get out into the Atlantic Ocean from Baltimore Harbor for this small group whale-watching and dolphin-spotting tour. Your captain will take you to the best spots to look for sea life, including backing sharks and other birdlife, too. If you’re really lucky, and it’s the right season, you just might see an orca/killer whale, too.
See for yourself what makes the Cliffs of Moher Ireland’s top natural attraction on a private, full-day tour from Cork. These spectacular, emerald sea cliffs tower 700 feet (214 meters) above the Atlantic seaboard, making for unforgettable views and photographs. On the way to the coast, hear local legends and history from your private guide as you pass through towns like Limerick, Kilfenora and Doolin and visit the majestic Bunratty Castle.
Want to see some of Ireland’s iconic locations and get off the tourist trail? The All Ireland Adventure is a customizable trip. Our experience combines with your interests and needs to create a smooth trip. Starting from Cork, travel across the country in an air conditioned van with a guide to point out all the highlights.
Explore beyond the coastline in Ireland with this tour departing Baltimore in West Cork to see the Fastnet Rock Lighthouse and Cape Clear Island. Board a ferry to Cape Clear Island and visit historic landmarks including a castle and church. Return to the boat for the journey to see the Fastnet Rock Lighthouse; keep an eye out for wildlife including dolphins and whales during the voyage.
Cork ranks among the most attractive cities in Ireland, with beautiful architecture and fine Lee River views—but seeing the best of the city on foot takes time and effort. On this tour, spin along Cork’s cycle lanes and riverside pathways by bike, and hit top attractions including Fitzgerald’s Park and St. Finbarr’s Cathedral with ease. With bike and helmet hire included, listen as your guide brings Cork’s history to life.
On this fully chauffeured and guided tour of southwest Ireland, it’s “Your Tour- Your Trail”. The Luck of the Irish is a 4 day, 3 night adventure around some of Ireland’s most popular destinations, including Killarney, Cork, the Cliffs of Moher and Galway. Choose to stop off for a visit to the Jameson Experience, or head to Blarney Castle—every tour is personalized.
Maximize time in Cork City, Ireland with a private tour focused on local history and culture. Meet your guide and set out on a sightseeing stroll to check out top city landmarks including the English Market, churches, and the banks of the River Lee. Learn about Viking invaders, the Irish Civil War, and the architecture of Cork City during this guided tour. The itinerary can also be personalized according to your interests.
Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Cork city. An outstanding way to pass the time. Hear stories of assassination, tragic love stories, and female spies, all over 100 years ago - on the streets of Cork. Understand the city's history and what makes Corkonians tick. 90 min walking tour of city at gentle pace. Meeting on Cork's main street. Family-friendly tour. All nations welcome! Now featuring access to our interactive online map of everything to do in Cork as a gift to all guests on this in-person tour.
Travel along the southern coastline of Ireland during this full-day tour of the Wild Atlantic Way departing from Cork City. Skip the hassle of navigating and board a coach in Cork for an excursion that includes scenic villages, historic landmarks, and dramatic cliffs. Admire the natural beauty of Mizen Head, explore the vibrant market town of Bantry, and see the Gougane Barra National Forest Park during this full-day tour.
History enthusiasts uncover a piece of Cork's past with a visit to the Cork City Gaol. Step into this castle-like former prison, and find a museum showcasing the realities 19th century prison life. With your entry, enjoy a self-guided tour of the prison complex, an optional audio guide upgrade, and access to the Radio Museum, which presents relics from when the Gaol was a broadcasting station.
Search experiences that may have limited interaction with crowds.
Search experiences with increased health and safety practices.