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.
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 various locations, where you tuck into typical Irish dishes, accompanied by craft beers.
Maximize a short stay in Dublin with easy and efficient hop-on hop-off bus transport and fast-track access to the Guinness Storehouse. See as much of the city as possible, and get familiar with key sights as you listen to live commentary on board the open-top bus, then avoid lines at one of the capital’s most popular, and therefore busy, attractions.
Dublin is one of the world’s great literary cities, and on this private tour, you’ll get to follow in the footsteps of the city’s most famous writers, from Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett to James Joyce and Bram Stoker. Meet your guide at a time and place of your choosing and follow them to the city’s key literary haunts. Visit Trinity College’s beautiful library, stroll along St. Stephen’s Green, and sip a pint or other beverage in a pub once frequented by the city’s literary set.
Enjoy an authentic taste of Irish whiskey and get the inside scoop on Dublin’s nightlife during this tour. Choose from two itineraries, tailor-made for whiskey lovers and sample classic Irish whiskeys such as Jameson, Bushmills, Wild Geese, and Connemara.
Take off from Dublin, and travel to Ireland’s County Meath during this private tour of Newgrange and the Hill of Tara, which includes round-trip transport. First, visit the prehistoric monument, Newgrange, before making your way to Boyne Valley. While in the valley, spend time exploring the archaeological complex, the Hill of Tara. End your day with a bite to eat (own expense) in the village of Howth.
Explore Dublin by foot on a fascinating tour led by an entertaining local guide. As you stroll from site to site in this charm-laden city, hear fun facts and tales about its rich history, culture, and people. Stop for photos at must-sees such as Trinity College and the General Post Office, the site of the infamous 1916 Easter Rising. Plus, explore the cobbled lanes of the pretty Temple Bar district and Italian Quarter, and stretch your legs with walks along the scenic Liffey River and bustling O’Connell Street
We custom build and design tours of Dublin City and it's surrounding areas. Experience a half day tour taking many of the highlight attractions that Dublin City has to offer. Our tour starts with a visit to the beautiful Phoenix Park. It's 11km wall encloses its 707 hectares; it is one of the largest enclosed recreational spaces within any European capital city. The Irish Government is lobbying UNESCO to have this fantastic park designated as a world heritage site. We also take in the areas of The Guinness Brewery, Dublin Castle, Dublin Zoo, St.Stephens Green, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Christchurch Cathedral, The National Museum, Trinity College, National Botanical Gardens and many more sites.
Make the most out of your visit to Dublin with a guided day tour of Dalkey Castle, Killiney Hill, and more. Perfect for visitors with limited time in Dublin, you’ll see many of the city’s best sights without having to worry about parking or how to get from here to there. You’ll travel the city by coach stopping for a visit at Dalkey Castle and Killiney Park and conclude the tour with a pint at one of Ireland’s most famous pubs.
*****A Top Rated Private Dublin Tour on ViatorEnjoy an authentic Irish experience and exploration of Dublin in only 5 hours so you will be fresh and ready to enjoy dinner and a night out in Dublin. 8 hour option too if you want to visit some attractions on route with me or maybe more pubs!!In addition to some of your classic Dublin sightseeing, we also cover the heavyweight pieces of Irish history that still shape our character and even the land itself to this day, namely 'an gorta mor' (the great hunger) and the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin as well as the unique Dublin pub culture that is unrivalled for its craic (fun).We will have plenty of fun along the way too! including some great Irish traditional music which tell stories of their very own.An executive taxi means we are permitted in bus lanes, so no sitting in traffic!Experience the taste of Dublin cuisine with traditional Irish food and maybe a Guinness in a genuine Dubliner boozer! (pub)See you in Dublin. .Éamonn
Short on time and want to see as much of Dublin as you can? This tour has you covered. In five hours, you'll see many of the city's top attractions, from Trinity College to Dublin Castle, along with a host of other important historical and cultural attractions along the way.
Perfect for engagement shoots, surprise proposals, or just souvenir portraits, this private photography session pairs you with a professional photographer to capture your best moments as a couple. Explore the history-packed city on foot, stopping at landmarks like Dublin Castle, City Hall, and Temple Bar. Strike a pose with your loved one, and receive up to 100 downloadable photographs after the tour.
A visit to the world class boutique Roe & Co Irish Whiskey Distillery and BONUS free admission* to the Guinness Open Gate Brewery, the Guinness experimental brewery at St. James’s Gate. The Roe & Co Distillery is located in the buzzing Liberties district, Dublin 8 and is a fully operational urban distillery and world-class whiskey experience. Fun and flavour are at the centre of every aspect of the Roe & Co visitor experience, which will transport guests on a journey of taste and discovery.A visit includes the signature Power House Tour which is fully hosted & guided tour, whiskey tasting, flavour experience and seasonal cocktail in the showstopping Power House Bar. This is an intimate and personalised whiskey experience like no other. Afterwards enjoy a bonus visit to the Guinness Open Gate Brewery. Guinness have had a dedicated Guinness experimental/pilot brewery at St. James’s Gate in Dublin for over 100 years. Now the gates are open for your discovery.
Dublin’s Temple Bar is a well-known nightlife hot spot, but there is much more to this district than overpacked pubs. On this private walking tour, a local will show you an alternative side to Temple Bar, from its cultural and arts venues to funky boutiques and long-standing pubs loved by locals. The itinerary can be customized to suit your interests.
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.
Enjoy a taste of Spain in the heart of Ireland on this 3-hour small-group tapas walking tour of Dublin! Sample Dublin’s international foodie scene as you visit three popular restaurants and tuck into a tasty array of tapas. Arrive with an empty stomach and an open mind, and get set for a culinary voyage as you sample tapas-style dishes from around the globe. Perhaps pair Greek mezes with a glass of white wine (included), indulge in Italian mozzarella salad or sample more adventurous Indonesian or Moroccan dishes.
Shane and the team are friends and family, all locals who grew up in Howth. We eat sleep and breathe sharing this wonderful peninsula with guests from all over the world. Having shared our passion and Howth's best experiences for the last four years we are really excited to host the new Howth Coastal Walk and Chowder Trail. Immerse yourself in the amazing atmosphere and flavours of this ancient and famous Dublin village. Visit the stunning grounds of Howth's 800 year old medieval Castle. Follow secret paths and trails through the woodlands and heathlands to breathtaking coastal views. Explore the charming harbour and historic picturesque coastal village of Howth through the eyes of a local. With unique insight, tales, legends, history and access to the best Seafood Chowder Ireland has to offer, we will awaken your senses and share an unforgettable day at this beautiful Dublin peninsula. Routes vary on walks and hikes based on the ability of each group.
EPIC; the Irish Emigration Museum and the Irish Family History Centre shine a light on the history of Irish migration—tracing genealogy back down the generations and tying family histories together. With this combination ticket, enjoy entry to both—with experts on hand to help you trace your family ancestry. Beat the queues with skip-the-line entry, and gain insight into Ireland’s—and perhaps your own—emigration history.
Trek through Howth to see off-the-beaten-path sights that most travelers miss on this small-group hiking tour. Listen to engaging commentary from your guide as you walk, illuminating the history Howth and Ireland from as far back as 700 years ago. Highlights include St. Mary's Abbey, the Cliffs of Howth, a centuries-old castle, and others. Finish up in a village pub for an included pint and a rest for your weary legs.
Explore Northern Ireland's biggest draws — Belfast, Giant’s Causeway and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge — on a day trip from Dublin. In a traditional black cab in Belfast, you’ll explore sites of the capital’s conflicted history: the mural-strewn streets of the Falls and Skankill neighborhoods and the Belfast Docks. Then course along the Antrim Coast to experience one of Ireland great geological marvels, the UNESCO World Heritage Site–listed Giant’s Causeway, followed by a stop at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Marvel at the surrounding headlands that were also used as a filming location for many Game of Thrones scenes.
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 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.
Don't come to Ireland and just spend all your time in Dublin. You won't be seeing the real Ireland. This private tour transports you there, spending a day cruising around the Irish countryside engulfing yourself in bright green fields, castles, abbeys, and rustic villages. Stop in majestic and secluded Glendalough, explore the Wicklow Mountains and enjoy the ancient wonders of Kilkenny, where you can walk around a 12th-century Norman Castle, a medieval cathedral or stroll the cobbled streets before heading back to Dublin.
Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage and natural splendor of Northern Ireland on a full-day excursion to the Titanic Belfast Visitor Experience and the Giant’s Causeway from Dublin. With a local guide, enrich your knowledge of the tragic story of Titanic at the engaging Titanic Visitor Experience, and then travel to the UNESCO-listed wonder of the Giant’s Causeway. Marvel at the rugged rock formations and dramatic cliffs of the region and then summon your courage to cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, a historic structure suspended high over the crashing waves of the Atlantic.