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Escape the hustle and bustle of Dublin in favor of the rugged coastal splendor of the Cliff’s of Moher and Galway City on an enriching full-day excursion from the Irish capital. From the comfort of a luxury coach, admire stunning Irish countryside and travel along the Wild Atlantic Way to the incredible 700-foot high Cliffs of Moher. Browse intriguing exhibitions in the visitor center; marvel at the lunar limestone landscape of Burren, renowned for its rare flowers; and absorb the cosmopolitan charm of Galway City during some leisurely free time.
Discover sites made famous in television’s Game of Thrones, the mighty Giant’s Causeway on this full-day tour from Dublin. Travel in comfort aboard an air-conditioned coach and listen as your guide fills you in on Game of Thrones filming tales as you stop at the sites like Dark Hedges and the Antrim Coast. You'll also stop in Belfast, with ample free time to explore the Northern Ireland capital.
Enhance your experience of Ireland with a full-day excursion to three of the country’s top attractions. From the comfort of a luxury coach, travel through the Irish countryside to visit Blarney Castle, famed for the enchanting Blarney Stone, which grants those who kiss it the gift of gab. See, too, Cahir Castle and the Rock of Cashel Cathedral and gain insight into the region’s rich heritage from your guide.
Break from Dublin for a tour of medieval Irish architecture and folklore in Kilkenny and Glendalough. Aboard a luxury coach, take a day trip to the top sights in south-east Ireland from Kilkenny Castle to the Wicklow Mountain National Park and Glendalough’s medieval monastic settlement. This tour also includes a stop at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains, where you'll be able to see border collies corral sheep across the fields.
Explore Ireland’s western coastline and discover top attractions including the Cliffs of Moher, King John's Castle and the Burren on this day tour from Dublin. Leave Dublin behind and travel deep into County Clare with your guide. Visit the 13th-century King John’s Castle and gain insight into Ireland’s colorful history. Marvel at the mighty Cliffs of Moher, and gaze out over the Aran Islands beyond. Take a coastal drive along Galway Bay, and stop at Dunguaire Castle and the pretty town of Kinvara before returning in comfort to Dublin.
Enjoy an authentic taste of traditional Irish cuisine on this tasting tour of Dublin. Follow your guide on a walking tour of Dublin’s most popular pubs and restaurants, and get the inside scoop on the city’s culinary scene as you seek out little-known local haunts. This small-group tour is limited to 18 people for a personalized experience and stops at three different locations, where you’ll tuck into typical Irish dishes, accompanied by craft beers.
Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this full-day private tour of the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin. Traveling with a dedicated guide means you get commentary tailored to your interests, you can stop whenever you like for photos, and you can move at your own pace without keeping up with a group.
Explore Ireland’s natural wonders and historic gems on this full-day tour from Dublin. Set out on a scenic drive through the idyllic countryside of Wicklow National Park, stop to admire the views from Wicklow Gap and visit the monastic ruins and beautiful lakes of Glendalough. Then, step back in time with a tour of Kilkenny, Ireland’s medieval capital, and enjoy free time to explore the city independently before returning to Dublin.
New for Spring / Summer 2019 this Cliffs of Moher tour caters to the food lovers amongst us. Enjoy a late start to make the most of your hotel breakfast and enjoy a stop at the artisan “Burren Smokehouse” alongside bucket- list visits to Galway city and Cliffs of Moher.
With such friendly locals, the freshest ingredients that have come straight out of the Irish sea and Dublin's surrounding countryside and incredible craft beers and local ales, a food and drink crawl in Dublin will be one to remember! Join a like minded Host who is passionate about sharing the very best of Dublin's food and drinks with you, and who'll take you on an adventure through the best pubs, delis, bakeries and even a whisky shop in the city! With artisan produce like smoked fish and award winning cheeses, classic dishes and traditional pub food that's been loved by locals for generations matched with world class craft beers, you'll enjoy a taste of the real flavours of Dublin. Within 24 hours of your booking, we will contact you to find out about your interests so we can assign a like-minded Host who will create a bespoke experience for you. Your Host will suggest an itinerary and agree a meeting time and place, but you can always change your mind about what you want to do.
Get in touch with a side of Ireland you won’t experience on the busy streets of Dublin with this full day tour into the Irish countryside. In the morning, head to the northern border for an outdoors adventure: kayak to an ancient ruin, hike across the mountains or go rock-climbing in County Cavan. No experience is needed for these adventures – enjoy plenty of personalized coaching from your guides on this private tour. Afterward, head to a classic Irish pub for a pint and some traditional folk-singing.
Many other pub crawls in Ireland stick to just one area, but this one allows you to get the tourist experience in Temple Bar and then a more local experience in the Rathmines neighborhood. Plus, you won’t have to walk the distance in between because a private vehicle gives you a ride. Hear Irish music, drink Irish booze, and have a fun night out while in Dublin.
Ireland is known for its castles and for its whiskey, and with this tour from Dublin, you'll get to spend the day experience the best of both. Highlights include visits to the Trim Castle, the largest Norman Castle in the country, the 12th-century Bective Abbey, the Slane Castle, and the Slane Distillery, located right on the castle’s grounds.
With colorful history, rich culture, and beautiful city scenery, Dublin is widely considered the jewel in the crown of the Emerald Isle. On this sightseeing tour, explore with a local guide and see sides of the Irish capital many visitors miss. Discover attractions such as Trinity College and Kilmainham Gaol, with the freedom to customize your itinerary to hit the highlights and hidden secrets of most interest.
Discover Ireland’s beautiful scenery on this action packed rail tour from Dublin Port. You’ll take the stress out of organizing transport, as rail and coach travel is included. It’s the perfect way to save time if you’re in Ireland for a short period of time and want to see a lot, while still traveling in comfort. See the Wicklow Mountains, Rathdrum, the small village of Avoca, Glendalough, and lots more on this scenic tour.
This day Giant’s Causeway & Belfast Guided Tour will bring you to some of Northern Ireland’s most treasured cities and its sites. Departing early morning from Dublin and heading north, your first stop is Dunluce Castle, used as the House of Greyjoy, which is perched on the north Antrim Coast, and perfectly captures the atmosphere and intrigue of the medieval world.Next, you will visit the Giants Causeway, which of course is one of the highlights of this trip. The Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage site consists of a series of over 40,000 hexagonal shaped rocks that looks like a grand set of stairs leading into the sea. Your last stop on this tour is Belfast City, a city that is rich in heritage, which offers a host of vibrant cultural and artistic experiences for you to enjoy. Arriving here allows you to enjoy a 90-minute stop to stretch your legs and soak up the atmosphere of what once was a well-divided city.
Dublin visitors that want to experience the stunning Cliffs of Moher typically need to rent a car and drive, but that makes it tough to enjoy the sights along the way. With this private tour, you can sit back, relax, and let your driver whisk you from Dublin to the seaside cliffs. Along the way, you can arrange stops to see the sights or sample local cuisine, or just travel directly to save time—it's totally up to you.
Our Wicklow Tour is one of the more relaxing and scenic tours you can do out of Dublin. We meander along the coastline passing by villages and harbours in Dublin before arriving up at Powerscourt House and Gardens where you will truely enjoy a beautiful place with a rich mix of visitors and locals enjoying the grounds. Continue over the Wicklow Mountains and no stop is complete without a short break at Lough Tay overlooking the 'Guinness Lake'. Continue to Glendalough in the afternoon where you can enjoy a nice informative walk through the monastic settlement and if you choose to take some more time, enjoy a stroll along the lakeshore in the National park. Return to Dublin for dinner and overnight.
From the Vikings to the Normans, English royals to national independence, the story of Ireland is a tumultuous tale dating back hundreds of years. History enthusiasts can uncover the rich Irish story on this guided tour to several of the city's top landmarks, like Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and Trinity College. Along the way, learn about important figures in Irish history, and even sip a pint of local beer in an historic pub—included in the tour.
Our driver guides have vast experience touring Ireland and ensuring clients enjoy their trip and time with us. We only work with the best driver guides and ensure their number 1 priority is you the client. This day tour is the highlight of many peoples holiday and we ensure you have time to enjoy the Cliffs and many small stops along the way learning about Irelands rich history going back thousands of years.
On This private tour you get to travel across Ireland from coast to coast.You will spend some time at Ireland’s most famous castle Bunratty Castle.The stroll along The Cliffs of Moher before lunch in a traditional Irish pub.Then we drive along the Wild Atlantic Way through The Burren all in the comfort of one of our luxury vehicles. All in the company of your driver-guide.
Dublin is a UNESCO–listed city home to historic attractions and ancient landmarks—but for those in the know, the Irish capital has a colorful underbelly. With this Dublin walking tour, follow your local guide on a tailor-made route planned with your interests in mind. Hit famous attractions and hidden secrets, and enjoy the chance to get acquainted with Dublin—the jewel in the crown of the Emerald Isle.
Discover the Jewish History of Ireland and journey through Dublin's forgotten Jewish quarter. We start our tour at Christ Church Cathedral Dublin where the first Jews arrived in 1079.The modern history of the Jews in Ireland begins with Oliver Cromwell. By Crane Lane, learn how the new community developed with the inviting of Sephardic Jews to Ireland in 1660 by Cromwell. On Chancery Lane, the first of a wave of Jewish refugees from the Russian Empire arrived in the 1870s and increased the size of the Jewish population to 5000 within a generation.At this point in the tour you will take a cab to the heart of Jewish Dublin "Little Jerusalem". After a quick coffee in the Kosher bakery you will visit points of interest, such as the home of Ettie Steinberg (the only Irish victim of the Holocaust), the old Jewish Tailor's Union, Stamer street (site of a mysterious murder in 1923), and the Irish-Jewish Museum on Walworth Road. After the tour I will email you a number of documentaries too.
Students of history certainly know about the revolutionary period in Ireland, but to really understand this chapter in the nation's past, history fans shouldn't miss this private, guided Dublin tour. Uncover the happenings from 1913 to 1923, and visit several sights that are important to this era, with a guide offering insights using maps and historic documents. Highlights include stops at the National History Museum, Trinity College, and the Irish Famine Memorial.