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Dublin Airport Private Transfer: Killarney to Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport Private Transfer: Killarney to Dublin Airport - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$569.49

This service is for those that are leaving Ireland and want a transfer from their hotel or accommodation to Dublin Airport.

Pre-book your taxi transfer from Killarney to Dublin Airport.
The driver will pick you up from your hotel, help you with your luggage and drive you safely to the airport.
Please remember your flight time, and allow minimum 4-hours drive when you book your pick up time.

Suggested minimum travel calculations as follow:
minimum 4-hours drive + minimum 2-hours before depart (gate closing time) which is pick up time (minimum) 6 hours before your flight.

Simplify your travel and prebook a private transfer ... More info ›

This service is for those that are leaving Ireland and want a transfer from their hotel or accommodation to Dublin Airport.

Pre-book your taxi transfer from Killarney to Dublin Airport.
The driver will pick you up from your hotel, help you with your luggage and drive you safely to the airport.
Please remember your flight time, and allow minimum 4-hours drive when you book your pick up time.

Suggested minimum travel calculations as follow:
minimum 4-hours drive + minimum 2-hours before depart (gate closing time) which is pick up time (minimum) 6 hours before your flight.

Simplify your travel and prebook a private transfer.

Just enter your pick up details, flight details, names and number of passengers and luggage.
Luggage size and type information is essential (eg. cabin bag size, full size bag, golf bags, bike case, etc.).

Your transport will be in a air-conditioned comfortable car.


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Boyne Valley Hill of Tara and Kells Private Tour from Dublin

Boyne Valley Hill of Tara and Kells Private Tour from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$486.44

Take a special chance to immerse yourself in over 5,000 years of history in Ireland’s Ancient East and the Boyne Valley on this full day private tour from Dublin hosting a maximum of 7 people.

Take a relaxing journey of heritage and food through the birthplace of Ireland’s Ancient East and discover the magic that still lingers – the Hill of Tara where the High Kings ruled, Tailteann where the pre-Olympic Games of Ireland took place, Kells where the Book of Kells was completed, the Hill of Loughcrew, possibly the world’s oldest cemetery, and Trim Castle, Ireland’s largest Anglo-Norman castle, and more!

Meet your professionally trained tour guide after your hotel pickup at 8am

Along the way we meet the real story tellers of Ireland - the local people!

Here are some of the exciting places you will visit as we step off the beaten track:

Teltown/Donaghpatrick Complex
Drive through one of Ireland's most amazing sacred ritual landscapes where the pre-Olympic Games of Ireland took place thousands of years ago

The Heritage Town of Kells
Enjoy a walk around this most important Monastic Site which is on the Tentative List to become a World Heritage Site with UNESCO.  Here is where the Book of Kells was completed and lived for over 850 years.

The Hill of Loughcrew
A refreshing 20 minute walk up to Cairn "T", one of the 32 Neolithic Tombs here that is almost 5,800 years old (older than Newgrange!)

Lunch Break
Our food stops are where restaurants offer "place on a plate" - serving foods grown and harvested locally.  The Boyne Valley is produces the best foods in Ireland, so we want all your senses to be stimulated, engaged and satisfied!

Trim Castle
Ireland's largest Anglo-Norman castle, which was used as a film location for "Braveheart".

Hill of Tara
Walk the most ancient space of the Hill of Tara - where the High Kings of Ireland ruled from and where the Lia Fail - the Stone of Destiny, or Coronation Stone, on which the ancient kings were crowned; still stands.

Summer Option
Our exciting Summer Option is the new Boyne Boats where Ireland's Ancient East meets Westeros!  Here you hop aboard boats used in the filming of Game of Thrones with your group (maximum of 7) and work as a team to paddle upstream to the site of the Battle of the Boyne of the 17th century, a war that decided the future of Ireland and Europe ... More info ›

Take a special chance to immerse yourself in over 5,000 years of history in Ireland’s Ancient East and the Boyne Valley on this full day private tour from Dublin hosting a maximum of 7 people.

Take a relaxing journey of heritage and food through the birthplace of Ireland’s Ancient East and discover the magic that still lingers – the Hill of Tara where the High Kings ruled, Tailteann where the pre-Olympic Games of Ireland took place, Kells where the Book of Kells was completed, the Hill of Loughcrew, possibly the world’s oldest cemetery, and Trim Castle, Ireland’s largest Anglo-Norman castle, and more!

Meet your professionally trained tour guide after your hotel pickup at 8am

Along the way we meet the real story tellers of Ireland - the local people!

Here are some of the exciting places you will visit as we step off the beaten track:

Teltown/Donaghpatrick Complex
Drive through one of Ireland's most amazing sacred ritual landscapes where the pre-Olympic Games of Ireland took place thousands of years ago

The Heritage Town of Kells
Enjoy a walk around this most important Monastic Site which is on the Tentative List to become a World Heritage Site with UNESCO.  Here is where the Book of Kells was completed and lived for over 850 years.

The Hill of Loughcrew
A refreshing 20 minute walk up to Cairn "T", one of the 32 Neolithic Tombs here that is almost 5,800 years old (older than Newgrange!)

Lunch Break
Our food stops are where restaurants offer "place on a plate" - serving foods grown and harvested locally.  The Boyne Valley is produces the best foods in Ireland, so we want all your senses to be stimulated, engaged and satisfied!

Trim Castle
Ireland's largest Anglo-Norman castle, which was used as a film location for "Braveheart".

Hill of Tara
Walk the most ancient space of the Hill of Tara - where the High Kings of Ireland ruled from and where the Lia Fail - the Stone of Destiny, or Coronation Stone, on which the ancient kings were crowned; still stands.

Summer Option
Our exciting Summer Option is the new Boyne Boats where Ireland's Ancient East meets Westeros!  Here you hop aboard boats used in the filming of Game of Thrones with your group (maximum of 7) and work as a team to paddle upstream to the site of the Battle of the Boyne of the 17th century, a war that decided the future of Ireland and Europe.

(Note: This option is not suitable for children under 8)

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24-Hour Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus 2 Routes and Malahide Castle Combination Tour

24-Hour Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus 2 Routes and Malahide Castle Combination Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$53.39

Visit Dublin with the convenience of this 24-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour with two routes and multiple stops. Enjoy a guided tour of Malahide Castle and Gardens ... More info ›

Visit Dublin with the convenience of this 24-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour with two routes and multiple stops. Enjoy a guided tour of Malahide Castle and Gardens. See Howth and the Northern Dublin's Coast. Take advantage of discounts and specials at various stops.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city on this half-day trip. Stop first at the grounds of Malahide Castle and enjoy a live-guided tour of the refurbished castle (former home to the Talbot family) and wander the castle grounds which span some 250 acres. Watch out for the ghosts that haunt the castle. Enjoy the private gardens of Lord Talbot, which have been opened to the public and are described by garden lovers as a small botanic haven. Visit the local craft shops or relax over a coffee, treats and pastry (own expense).

Continue with a scenic coastal drive through the picturesque Malahide and fishing village of Howth. Take time to wander around this pretty village before making your way to Howth summit for a spectacular photo opportunity overlooking Dublin Bay. The perfect way to unwind, less than one hour from the city. Explore Dublin at your leisure with your ticket and enjoy the two fantastic routes, focusing different parts or aspects of the city. 

Red Route:
This fun and friendly 90-minute original route tour departs every 8 to 20 minutes throughout the day. Some of the stops included are Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol, Old Jameson Distillery and others. Visitor attraction discounts and exclusive offers are available on receipt of your ticket.

Blue Route:
The exciting route departs every 30 minutes throughout the day stopping at many of Dublin's famous attractions and whisks you out of the city to visit Glasnevin Cemetery, Ireland's Necropolis. Learn about Ireland's rich history through the narratives of Daniel O’Connell, Charles Stewart Parnell, Michael Collins and Eamon DeValera, among others. Finish your tour off with a stop in Croke Park and find out what being Irish is all about. Croke Park is an iconic stadium, steeped in history and has been at the heart of Irish sporting and cultural life for over hundred years. Take a trip here and enjoy an unrivaled state-of-the-art interactive visitor experience and find out more about Ireland’s unique national games and the fastest field games in the world – hurling and Gaelic football.

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Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Sneem and Parknasilla

Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Sneem and Parknasilla - Sneem, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Sneem, Ireland

From USD
$83.05

Private Tour of the Ring of Kerry in a passenger vehicle with an experienced guide.

The "Ring of Kerry" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland ... More info ›

Private Tour of the Ring of Kerry in a passenger vehicle with an experienced guide.

The "Ring of Kerry" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland. A private tour with us is the best way to enjoy all the sights and scenery the route has to offer. You can fully be in charge of the itinerary. Compared with coach tours, we can make more stops (of your choice) and travel to places where buses have no access.

The Ring of Kerry is a world-famous route following the N70, N71 and R562 roads in a circular direction around the Iveragh peninsula. The route starts in the town Killarney and passes through the towns and villages of (in order): Killorglin, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Sneem, Kenmare, and finally back to Killarney.

A private tour of the Ring of Kerry has great advantages. Of course you can visit the well known places of interest (for example: Muckross House and Gardens, Coomakista Pass, Kerry Bog Village and the Torc Waterfalls). In addition, we can show you lesser known places that are equally impressive.

  • Cromwell's Bridge is a mysterious bridge in the centre of Kenmare. Folklore goes it does not get its name from Oliver Cromwell but is named after the Irish word croimeal - which means moustache!
  • The Stone Circle in Kenmare is the largest of its kind in south-western Ireland.
  • The Skelligs Ring boasts panaramic views of massive cliffs. The Skellig Islands can be seen in the distance.
  • On Valentia Island, humans have been active from at least 4,560 B.C. Along with stunning scenery, Valentia Island is home to the Skellig Experience and Valentia Heritage Museum. At the Valentia Slate Quarry, to this day slate is being mined. Slate from here was used for the Opera House in Paris and Westminster Palace in London!
  • Cahergall Fort, Leacanabuiaile Fort and Ballycarbery Castle are all great medieval forts around Cahersiveen. As old as they are, they still dominate the area present-day!

On our private tour, we can stop anywhere you like. You will not miss any Kodak-moments and we can advise you on great places to have lunch, coffee or an Irish pint of plain.

Several variations on the official route exist, that include for example Valentia Island and Saint Finian's Bay. The tour can take you to all these places, including of course the famous highlights such as the Gap of Dunloe, Kerry Bog Village, Derrynane House and Gardens, Valentia Island, Muckross House and Ross Castle.

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48-Hour Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus 2 Routes and Malahide Castle Combination Tour

48-Hour Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus 2 Routes and Malahide Castle Combination Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$59.32

Combine your visit to Dublin with this 48-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour with two fascinating routes stopping at the capital's best attractions, topped off with a half-day tour visiting Malahide Castle & Gardens, Howth and the Northern Dublin's Coast.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city on this half-day trip. Stop first at the grounds of Malahide Castle: Enjoy a live-guided tour of the refurbished castle (former home to the Talbot family) and wander the castle grounds which span some 250 acres ... More info ›

Combine your visit to Dublin with this 48-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour with two fascinating routes stopping at the capital's best attractions, topped off with a half-day tour visiting Malahide Castle & Gardens, Howth and the Northern Dublin's Coast.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city on this half-day trip. Stop first at the grounds of Malahide Castle: Enjoy a live-guided tour of the refurbished castle (former home to the Talbot family) and wander the castle grounds which span some 250 acres. Watch out for the ghosts that haunt the castle! Enjoy the private gardens of Lord Talbot, which have been opened to the public and are described by garden lovers as a small botanic haven.

Visit the local craft shops or relax over a coffee, treats & pastry (own expense).

Continue with a scenic coastal drive through the picturesque Malahide & fishing village of Howth. Take time to wander around this pretty village before making your way to Howth summit for a spectacular photo opportunity overlooking Dublin Bay. The perfect way to unwind, less than one hour from the city.

Then, explore Dublin at your leisure with your 48-hour bus sightseeing ticket and enjoy the two fantastic routes, focusing on different parts or aspects of the city. 

This fun and friendly 90-minute RED original route tour departs every 8 to 20 minutes throughout the day and some of the stops included are Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol, Old Jameson Distillery & others. Visitor attraction discounts and exclusive offers are available on receipt of your ticket.

The exciting BLUE 'DNA' route departs every 30 minutes throughout the day stopping at many of Dublin's famous attractions and whisks you out of the city to visit Glasnevin Cemetery, Ireland's Necropolis. Learn about Ireland's rich history through the narratives of Daniel O’Connell, Charles Stewart Parnell, Michael Collins and Eamon DeValera, among others. Finish your tour off with a stop in Croke Park and find out what being Irish is all about. Croke Park is an iconic stadium, steeped in history and has been at the heart of Irish sporting and cultural life for over hundred years. Take a trip here and enjoy an unrivaled state-of-the-art interactive visitor experience and find out more about Ireland’s unique national games and the fastest field games in the world – hurling and Gaelic football.

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The Kilkenny Way: Ultimate Hurling Experience

The Kilkenny Way: Ultimate Hurling Experience - Kilkenny, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Kilkenny, Ireland

From USD
$35.59

Take a 2-hour trip to experience the ancient Irish sporting heritage of hurling. We provide a unique sporting experience giving you an insight into the world's oldest (3000 yrs) and fastest field game in the true home of hurling champions, Kilkenny and the Kilkenny Cats.

International visitors have little or no knowledge of the national game and this activity is a great way of teaching all about Irish culture and heritage ... More info ›

Take a 2-hour trip to experience the ancient Irish sporting heritage of hurling. We provide a unique sporting experience giving you an insight into the world's oldest (3000 yrs) and fastest field game in the true home of hurling champions, Kilkenny and the Kilkenny Cats.

International visitors have little or no knowledge of the national game and this activity is a great way of teaching all about Irish culture and heritage. You will learn all about the 3,000 year-old ancient Celtic games. You will gain entry into the Legends Hurling Museum where you will receive an in debt historical analysis of the history of the GAA and all its great players.

Next, you will visit Nowlan Park, home of the famous Kilkenny Cats, for a tour of the stadium, and hit the pitch to experience the skills of the clash of the ash and see if you have what it takes to become a "Kilkenny Cat".

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