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8-Day West of Ireland Tour from Dublin

8-Day West of Ireland Tour from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 8 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$2175.36

Discover the enchanting west of Ireland on an incredible 8-day tour from Dublin. With wild landscapes, crashing coastlines and famously friendly people, western Ireland is sure to impress ... More info ›

Discover the enchanting west of Ireland on an incredible 8-day tour from Dublin. With wild landscapes, crashing coastlines and famously friendly people, western Ireland is sure to impress. Mixing independent sightseeing with optional activities (own expense), this tour allows you to discover the region in a truly personalized way. Pass through County Cork, visit Beara Peninsula, follow the Ring of Kerry route and explore Dingle with its famous pub scene. Tour Galway Bay, Connemara and more on this unforgettable tour!

Day 1: Dublin – Macroom, County Cork
Head into the wild countryside of West Cork. See Curragh Racecourse and stop to explore the Rock of Cashel, a fascinating Celtic Cathedral near Cork (entry at own expense). Lunch in Blarney, then follow the River Lee to Gougane Barra.

Overnight: 3-star Gougane Barra Hotel 

Day 2: Macroom – Beara Peninsula – Kenmare (B)

Explore the Beara Peninsula at leisure. Walk along Bant-y Bay or stroll to Glengarriff to spot seals. Lunch in McCarthy's Bar; depart for Kenmare for dinner and music. 

Overnight: 3-star Coachman Inn or The Brass Lantern 

Day 3: Kenmare – Ring of Kerry – Portmagee, County Kerry (B)
Morning free time, then depart for the Ring of Kerry route on the Iveragh Peninsula. Stop for walks on sandy beaches framed by the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range, and walk along the Old Kenmare Road in Killarney National Park. Visit a sheep farm and explore a Celtic ring at Staigue Fort. Barbecue on Derrynane Beach (own expense).

Overnight: 3-star The Moorings Guesthouse

Day 4: Portmagee – Ring of Kerry – Dingle (B)
Drive to Dingle Bay; choose activities at your own expense. Lunch at Tom Crean’s South Pole Inn, and then arrive in the tiny town of Dingle.

Overnight: 3-star Dingle Bay Hotel 

Day 5: Dingle (B)
Day at leisure in Dingle and the surrounding peninsula. Perhaps take a tour of the Dingle Peninsular to Slea Head – Ireland’s most westerly point, or walk to Dun Chaoin Harbour. 

Overnight: 3-star Dingle Bay Hotel 


Day 6: Dingle – Tralee or Listowel -- Ennistymon, County Clare (B)

Travel along Conor Pass and cross River Shannon by ferry to reach County Clare. Take lunch at leisure in Tralee or Listowel, the tour Listowel Castle.

Overnight: 3-star The Cliffs of Moher Hotel

Day 7: Ennistymon – Galway Bay or Aran Islands – Connemara (B)
Explore Galway Bay by ferry with your guide, or explore the Aran Islands independently by ferry from nearby Doolin. 

Head north through the Burren before visiting Poulnabrone Dolmen, a Megalithic tomb. Visit Kinvarra village to see Dunguire Castle and pass through the Mamturk Mountains. Opt to walk through the Connemara National Park or visit Kylemore Abbey (own expense).

Overnight: 3-star Abbeyglen Castle Hotel

Day 8: Connemara – Killary Harbour – Galway – Dublin (B)
Travel toward Galway, where you'll walk along the Famine Trail on the shore of Killary Harbour, or stroll along the shores of Lake Corrib. Free time in Galway. On the route back, pass through County Mayo, Roscommon, Longford and Meath before a stop at Locke’s Whiskey Distillery. Arrive back in Dublin in the early evening.

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Ireland's Ancient East Day Trip from Dublin including Boyne Valley

Ireland's Ancient East Day Trip from Dublin including Boyne Valley - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$56.62

The Celtic Tour along Ireland’s Ancient East brings you to the historically significant Boyne valley situated in County Meath - the Royal County - from where the ancient High Kings of Ireland ruled. Join us on a day of time travel, visiting the Neolithic tombs of Loughcrew, The predominantly Iron Age Hill of Tara, the spiritual center of Ireland; Hill Of Uishneacht and the Anglo-Norman Trim castle.

The ‘Hill of Uisneacht’ is the spiritual center of Ireland and arguably one of our most important ancient sites ... More info ›

The Celtic Tour along Ireland’s Ancient East brings you to the historically significant Boyne valley situated in County Meath - the Royal County - from where the ancient High Kings of Ireland ruled. Join us on a day of time travel, visiting the Neolithic tombs of Loughcrew, The predominantly Iron Age Hill of Tara, the spiritual center of Ireland; Hill Of Uishneacht and the Anglo-Norman Trim castle.

The ‘Hill of Uisneacht’ is the spiritual center of Ireland and arguably one of our most important ancient sites. The point at which the five provinces of Ireland met and where their Kings would celebrate the ‘festival of the fires’.

Next to Loughcrew, there is the site of multiple passage tombs from the Neolithic age 5000 years old. Get up close and personal to pre-history in these cairns with its still intact rock art, lavishly decorating the inside walls-built more than 500 years before the first pyramids.

Trim castle is the best preserved, most impressive example of Anglo-Norman castles in Ireland. It offers a spectacular insight into the lives and traditions of the people from the middle ages.

We travel to The Hill of Tara, which is best known for having been the royal residence of the ancient High Kings that ruled Ireland in Celtic times and beyond. It is said that a quarter of Ireland’s landscape can be seen from this hill.  Take in this spectacular vista before heading back to the capital.

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Giant’s Causeway – Game Of Thrones Day Trip from Dublin

Giant’s Causeway – Game Of Thrones Day Trip from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 14 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$81.78

Our 1 day guided Giant’s Causeway - Game of Thrones Tour will bring you to some of northern Ireland's most treasured sites.  Find the courage to cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and get take in some of the most beautiful sea cliffs along the causeway coast ... More info ›

Our 1 day guided Giant’s Causeway - Game of Thrones Tour will bring you to some of northern Ireland's most treasured sites.  Find the courage to cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and get take in some of the most beautiful sea cliffs along the causeway coast. Experience the wonderful land and seascape of the world famous Giant’s Causeway, one of one two UNESCO world heritage sites on the island of Ireland. Visit the Dark Hedges and tour Dunluce Castle both made famous from the hit TV programme, Game Of Thrones.

You depart early morning from Dublin heading North. We will have a comfort break on the way and then head into the Northern Irish countryside.

Along the drive you will visit the Dark hedges, a picturesque tree-lined road that looks as if it comes straight out of a story book. The Dark Hedges represents the King’s Road in the famous television series “Game of Thrones” and is an avenue of beech trees with branches hanging over the road..

Next we visit and cross Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge which connects a 23m-deep and 20m-wide chasm between the mainland and a small island that has been used over the years by fishermen to place netting to capture migrating salmon.  Following a 20 minute scenic cliff walk, you can traverse the bridge to the island with its abundance of birdlife, and to enjoy the spectacular coastal views from a different vantage point.

After lunch it is time for The Giants Causeway which is the highlight of the trip . This 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, the formation of which has been astounding generations. These awe-inspiring stones have resulted in inspiring many a myth and stories surrounding their origin, some of which your guide will just to be happy tell you in full technicolour!

After the amazing Giants Causeway we continue to the spectacular Dunluce Castle, precariously perched on Cliffside , once home of the notorious McDonnell clan! This tour includes a self guided tour of Dunluce where you will get an insight to its fascinating history and the peerless family who owned it.

Finally, you will arrive back in Dublin at around dinner time to reminisce about your northern adventure.

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Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Dublin

Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Dublin  - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 13 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$62.91

Join us on our Cliffs of Moher tour as we discover some of the most dramatic cliffs in Ireland. We take an unforgettable journey to the Wild Atlantic Way where you are rewarded with dramatic and breathtaking views that are nothing short of amazing ... More info ›

Join us on our Cliffs of Moher tour as we discover some of the most dramatic cliffs in Ireland. We take an unforgettable journey to the Wild Atlantic Way where you are rewarded with dramatic and breathtaking views that are nothing short of amazing. Along with your fellow travellers, discover the best of Ireland’s dramatic coastline including the Burren and the bohemian city of Galway.

To keep you company on your travels and provide you with entertaining and informative commentary along the way, we have friendly and experienced guides. Be enchanted by Ireland’s thriving west coast. We will educate you not only on the flora and fauna of this area but the fascinating history.

No holiday in Ireland is complete without a trip to the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Visit O’Brien’s Tower, watch an interactive video at the Visitor’s Center and stroll the clifftop, admiring the panoramic views out to the ocean and the Aran Islands. In good weather, we can have lunch next to the cliffs. Another inviting option is to head to the charming village of Doolin for lunch.

Doolin is a charming village with excellent food options. Try the seafood! Our journey then takes us to the limestone wonder called The Burren, which is a rocky yet fertile landscape for plants and flowers. Colourful flowers have burst through the clints and grikes of this limestone pavement, making it a truly unique location and a thriving ecosystem.

Some varieties of flowers can only be found in this region. Navigate the rocky surface as you explore the Burren’s landscape. After we’ve strolled around the Burren, we will visit the historic vibrant city of Galway. We return to Dublin via a different route to ensure you have the opportunity to see more of the delightful west coast. 


 

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Wild Wicklow Tour including Glendalough from Dublin

Wild Wicklow Tour including Glendalough from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$41.52

The Wild Wicklow Tour from Dublin is the perfect introduction to Wicklow's untamed landscapes. On this Wicklow day tour you'll explore ancient monastic ruins at Glendalough, enjoy the 'craic' in a traditional Irish pub, and see where film-makers brought a little bit of Scotland to Ireland when filming scenes for 'Braveheart' at Sally's Gap.

The beautiful coastal drive from Dublin to Glendalough takes you past Dun Laoghaire Harbor, Dalkey and Killiney ... More info ›

The Wild Wicklow Tour from Dublin is the perfect introduction to Wicklow's untamed landscapes. On this Wicklow day tour you'll explore ancient monastic ruins at Glendalough, enjoy the 'craic' in a traditional Irish pub, and see where film-makers brought a little bit of Scotland to Ireland when filming scenes for 'Braveheart' at Sally's Gap.

The beautiful coastal drive from Dublin to Glendalough takes you past Dun Laoghaire Harbor, Dalkey and Killiney. These exclusive suburbs on the out reaches of Dublin are home to Ireland's rich and famous including U2's Bono, Enya and film director Neil Jordan. Then, driving through the Wicklow Mountains, you'll soon understand why this area is known as 'the Garden of Ireland’.

You'll continue on to the green mountains of Wicklow County, where you'll stop for morning tea (additional cost) at Avoca Handweavers. The oldest wool mill in Ireland, Avoca Handweavers is a great place to shop for high-quality Irish crafts.

The next stop on your Wicklow tour in Glendalough, in Wicklow Mountains National Park. Glendalough is renowned for its natural beauty and history, and is one of the most visited places in Ireland.

At Glendalough, your guide will walk with you through the 6th-century monastic settlement. You'll learn about St Kevin, the founder of the ancient monastery, and hear stories relating to the ruins scattered about the site, including the famous Round Tower. There will also be time for a leisurely stroll through the woods to Upper Lake.

Leaving the peace and serenity of Glendalough behind, you'll head off for a stop at a local pub for lunch (additional cost). Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and good old-fashioned home cooking of a traditional Irish pub. Why not wash lunch down with a hearty pint of Guinness?

After lunch you'll begin your return to Dublin, via Sally's Gap, where scenes from Braveheart were filmed in 1995. This scenic but desolate area of wild bogland offers a stunning contrast to the Wicklow Mountains.

You'll arrive back in Dublin in the late afternoon, with drop-off either in Ballsbridge (D4) or at Trinity College.

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Delicious Dublin Food Tour

Delicious Dublin Food Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$81.78

Our Delicious Dublin Tour is a great introduction to Dublin’s modern food scene and current trends. We spend 3.5-hours eating our way around award-winning eateries and food shops across Dublin city centre. This tour will bring you ‘off the beaten track’ showing you where the locals go ... More info ›

Our Delicious Dublin Tour is a great introduction to Dublin’s modern food scene and current trends. We spend 3.5-hours eating our way around award-winning eateries and food shops across Dublin city centre. This tour will bring you ‘off the beaten track’ showing you where the locals go. This tour is designed for both tourists as well as locals looking to learn about Ireland’s contemporary food scene.


Delicious Dublin tour is an unmissable food experience in Ireland's capital city. Dublin has undergone a food revolution in recent years and our friendly, knowledgeable guides are passionate about sharing their insights about the contemporary food culture with tourists and locals alike.

The tour includes tastings and samples in eateries, food shops and cafes, including talks from a wide variety of business owners and foodies. You'll be introduced to Irish food history, learn about the best places to eat in the city and leave with a full stomach and even a little 'thank you' gift.

This tasting tour of Dublin takes place every Thursday and Saturday starting at 10:45am in a city centre location. Advanced booking is required for these small group tours of between 6 and 12 people. Tours last for an average of three hours and fifteen minutes and include around 3 km (approx. 1.7 miles) of walking. Most dietary requirements can be accommodated, just let the local provider know in advance. Make sure to bring comfortable shoes, sun glasses and a rain coat - it's Ireland and the tour goes ahead rain or shine.

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