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Dublin Traditional Irish House Party including Dinner and Show

Dublin Traditional Irish House Party including Dinner and Show - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$29.66

Welcome to the party! A traditional Irish house party is the perfect introduction to Dublin, with great entertainment and a warm and friendly atmosphere. You'll enjoy good food, local musicians, storytellers and dancing on an evening out that's unlike any other you'll experience in Dublin.

The Irish House Party is Dublin’s unmissable Irish music and dance show ... More info ›

Welcome to the party! A traditional Irish house party is the perfect introduction to Dublin, with great entertainment and a warm and friendly atmosphere. You'll enjoy good food, local musicians, storytellers and dancing on an evening out that's unlike any other you'll experience in Dublin.

The Irish House Party is Dublin’s unmissable Irish music and dance show. Now in its sixth successful year it is hosted by All Ireland champion musicians, dancers and entertaining presenters in an intimate and homely dinner theater setting.

No Irish house party is complete without a good meal beforehand and you will be served a delicious three-course Irish dinner. Once you have finished your meal, the music, singing and dancing begins.

The show is suitable for all ages, and families with children are welcome. You can take part in the entertainment as much as you like, or simply sit back in comfortable surroundings and enjoy a presentation about traditional music and dancing, traditional live music and a dancing session as well as storytelling. During the evening you will also have a chance to learn a song in the Irish language with a songbook, try some simple Irish dancing and potentially perform something yourself!

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Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl

Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$16.61

Discover Dublin's traditional pubs and wonderful Irish music on this 2.5-hour pub crawl through historic Temple Bar. Led by two talented professional musicians, you'll visit famous pubs and bars, and hear the story of Irish music and its influences on contemporary world music ... More info ›

Discover Dublin's traditional pubs and wonderful Irish music on this 2.5-hour pub crawl through historic Temple Bar. Led by two talented professional musicians, you'll visit famous pubs and bars, and hear the story of Irish music and its influences on contemporary world music. Irish pubs and traditional Irish music - it's the perfect match!

The Irish pub remains the social focus of Irish culture and is one of Ireland's most popular attractions. While most cities around the world boast of at least one offspring of Celtic drinking culture, the original Irish pub remains a rare commodity. On this entertaining musical pub crawl you'll visit authentic establishments in the heart of Dublin.

Temple Bar is a hive of activity where artists, designers and young entrepreneurs have set up small art galleries, cafes, theaters and colorful shops. The pedestrianized streets allow you to walk freely through the narrow cobbled alleys running close to the banks of the River Liffey.

Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl includes at least 2 of the following famous Irish bars:

  • Oliver St. John Gogarty's
  • The Ha'penny Bridge Inn
  • Isoldes Tower
  • The Chancery
  • The Legal Eagle
  • The Palace Bar
All pubs are located in close proximity to each other. It is recommended to wear comfortable walking shoes. All pubs in Ireland are non-smoking.

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Dublin Gravedigger Ghost Tour

Dublin Gravedigger Ghost Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$29.66

Do you want to find out what happened to the lost souls of medieval, plague-ravaged Dublin? This bus tour is your chance to do just that! Visit eerie yet impressive local sites such as Dublin Castle where haunting historical events took place. Learn how gravediggers snatched bodies at local cemeteries ... More info ›

Do you want to find out what happened to the lost souls of medieval, plague-ravaged Dublin? This bus tour is your chance to do just that! Visit eerie yet impressive local sites such as Dublin Castle where haunting historical events took place. Learn how gravediggers snatched bodies at local cemeteries. Don't miss out on this opportunity to discover Dublin's haunted past and find traces of the city’s sinister legacy on this ghost-filled walking tour.

Depart from College Green in Dublin for a ghost walking tour. Although you will be strolling through the spooky sites of the city, bus transport will take you from place to place. Hear about the extraordinary events that took place and the ghoulish legends from Dublin's past along the way!

Pass by Dublin Castle and Christ Church and hear the stories of the city's central area, Cork Hill, as you make your way to St Audoen’s Church, your first major stop. Get off the bus and explore this historic building while listening to the shocking tales of 'The Black Dog' jail and the mysterious phantom pig. Then, head further to Kilmainham Jail (Kilmainham Gaol), where you'll hear accounts of the various ghosts that are said to haunt the place. Visit Bully’s Acre, a historic graveyard more than 1,000 years old, where spooky accounts of gravediggers date back to the very beginning of the cemetery's opening.

Drive by the memorial of Croppies Acre and St Michan’s Church before arriving at the original Gravediggers Pub. Here, relax and enjoy a complimentary ‘ghoulish brew’ with your group and guide. After a final stop at the Black Church, also known as St Mary’s Chapel of Ease, you will return back to College Green.

Your guide will also walk through the ruins of the original Augustinian Priory Chapter House. Listen to your knowledgeable guide reciting spooky tales of a plague-ravaged Dublin in a place where deathly ill people were impounded.

The price of the tour includes a free 'Haunted Dublin Historical Walking Tour' pass, which can be enjoyed separately from this ghost walking tour of eerie, cobblestone streets. It gives you more insight into Dublin's mysterious history of witches, gravediggers and creepy stalkers. Your ticket is valid for one month.

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Dublin Literary Pub Crawl

Dublin Literary Pub Crawl - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$16.61

Immerse yourself in Dublin's rich literary heritage and enjoy a few pints along the way on a literary pub crawl through Dublin. This walking tour is a wonderful introduction to Dublin's literary past and exciting pub culture.

On this tour that's as educational as it is recreational, you'll embark on an animated and entertaining journey through the sights and sounds that inspired great Irish writers including James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Brendan Behan, Sean O'Casey, Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde and W.B ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in Dublin's rich literary heritage and enjoy a few pints along the way on a literary pub crawl through Dublin. This walking tour is a wonderful introduction to Dublin's literary past and exciting pub culture.

On this tour that's as educational as it is recreational, you'll embark on an animated and entertaining journey through the sights and sounds that inspired great Irish writers including James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Brendan Behan, Sean O'Casey, Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde and W.B. Yeats - not forgetting modern scribes like Seamus Heaney, Eavan Boland, Paula Meehan and Brendan Kennelly.

Kicking off at the Duke Pub on Duke Street, this literary pub crawl will take you to famous pubs and haunts while actors recite verses from the best Irish literature. You can sink a pint while learning about the lives of these great writers and hear some of the hilarious stories that became folklore in Dublin's literary circles.

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Freedom Series 8-Day Guided Kerry & Dingle Walk

Freedom Series 8-Day Guided Kerry & Dingle Walk - Killarney, Ireland

Duration: 8 days
Location: Killarney, Ireland

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$1957.64

Begin your Guided hiking holiday in the bustling town of Killarney which sits on the shores of the Three Lakes of Killarney and Killarney National Park. Your holiday takes you to the western tip of the Ring of Kerry to Derrynane – home to one of Ireland most important historical figures Daniel O’Connell and one of the most beautiful parts of the Kerry Way.

From here, you reach the Skellig Ring to hike the hills near Cahersiveen and if weather permits you may be able to visit the Skellig Islands – home to a 6th Century Monastic Settlement and more recently to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars!

From there you then hike the Dingle Way on the magnificent Dingle Peninsula – also part of the Kerry Camino hiking trail.  Your final nights are spent in Dingle town – well known for Traditional Irish music and also a cultural centre for Gaelic traditions and the Irish language. 

Day 1: You arrive to Killarney for your first 2 overnights.  Your Guide will meet you at 17.00 hours.

Day 2: Ross Castle and Muckross House - 1 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 8kms ... More info ›

Begin your Guided hiking holiday in the bustling town of Killarney which sits on the shores of the Three Lakes of Killarney and Killarney National Park. Your holiday takes you to the western tip of the Ring of Kerry to Derrynane – home to one of Ireland most important historical figures Daniel O’Connell and one of the most beautiful parts of the Kerry Way.

From here, you reach the Skellig Ring to hike the hills near Cahersiveen and if weather permits you may be able to visit the Skellig Islands – home to a 6th Century Monastic Settlement and more recently to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars!

From there you then hike the Dingle Way on the magnificent Dingle Peninsula – also part of the Kerry Camino hiking trail.  Your final nights are spent in Dingle town – well known for Traditional Irish music and also a cultural centre for Gaelic traditions and the Irish language. 

Day 1: You arrive to Killarney for your first 2 overnights.  Your Guide will meet you at 17.00 hours.

Day 2: Ross Castle and Muckross House - 1 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 8kms. Max. Height: 150m. Forestry tracks with rocky & uneven sections, can be wet & boggy underfoot.  Stepping stones over streams & paved footpaths. 2 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 16kms. Max. Height: 300m. Forestry tracks with rocky & uneven sections, Stepping stones, board walks & boggy underfoot. 

Day 3: Derrynane & Abbey Island - 1 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 10kms. Max. Height: 180m. Beach, sand-dunes, paved roads, narrow forestry tracks with rocky & uneven sections, can be wet & boggy underfoot. 2 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 20kms. Max. Height: 550m. Mountain tracks with rocky & uneven sections, off trail walking in open hillside with high growth & bogland – uneven & wet at times underfoot. 

Day 4: Skellig Michael - 1 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 9kms. Max. Height: 240m. Paved roads, gravel trail, open hillside with rocky sections, narrow & overgrown trail which can be wet underfoot.  2 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Max. Height: 690m. Mountain tracks with rocky & uneven sections, off trail walking in open hillside with high growth & bogland – uneven & wet at times underfoot. 

Day 5: Dingle Peninsula - 1 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Max. Height: 540m. Paved roads, open hillside with rocky sections which are overgrown & can be wet underfoot. 2 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Max. Height: 590m. Paved roads, open hillside with rocky sections which are overgrown & can be wet underfoot. 

Day 6: Slea Head - 1 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 11kms. Max. Height: 250m. Paved roads, beach walking, overgrown & rocky trails which can be wet underfoot.  2 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Max. Height: 520m. Paved roads, open hillside with rocky sections which are overgrown & can be wet underfoot. 

Day 7: The Brandon Range - 1 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Max. Height: 400m. Grassy trails, which have rocky & uneven sections, open hillside – sometimes boggy & wet underfoot. 2 Boot Walk Details – Distance: Up to 10kms. Max. Height: 960m. Paved roads, open hillside with rocky sections which are overgrown & can be wet underfoot.  

Day 8: Departure 

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Explorer Series 8-Day Guided Kerry & Dingle Walk

Explorer Series 8-Day Guided Kerry & Dingle Walk - Killarney, Ireland

Duration: 8 days
Location: Killarney, Ireland

From USD
$1886.45

Explorer Series - 1 Boot tour
Begin your Guided hiking holiday in the bustling town of Killarney which sits on the shores of the Three Lakes of Killarney and Killarney National Park. Your holiday takes you to the western tip of the Ring of Kerry to Derrynane – home to one of Ireland most important historical figures Daniel O’Connell and one of the most beautiful parts of the Kerry Way.

From here, you reach the Skellig Ring to hike the hills near Cahersiveen and if weather permits you may be able to visit the Skellig Islands – home to a 6th Century Monastic Settlement and more recently to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars…!!  From there you then hike the Dingle Way on the magnificent Dingle Peninsula – also part of the Kerry Camino hiking trail.

Your final nights are spent in Dingle town – well known for Traditional Irish music and also a cultural centre for Gaelic traditions and the Irish language.  

Day 1: You arrive to Killarney for your first 2 overnights.  Your Guide will meet you at 17.00 hours.

Day 2: Ross Castle and Muckross House - Walk Details – Distance: Up to 16kms ... More info ›

Explorer Series - 1 Boot tour
Begin your Guided hiking holiday in the bustling town of Killarney which sits on the shores of the Three Lakes of Killarney and Killarney National Park. Your holiday takes you to the western tip of the Ring of Kerry to Derrynane – home to one of Ireland most important historical figures Daniel O’Connell and one of the most beautiful parts of the Kerry Way.

From here, you reach the Skellig Ring to hike the hills near Cahersiveen and if weather permits you may be able to visit the Skellig Islands – home to a 6th Century Monastic Settlement and more recently to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars…!!  From there you then hike the Dingle Way on the magnificent Dingle Peninsula – also part of the Kerry Camino hiking trail.

Your final nights are spent in Dingle town – well known for Traditional Irish music and also a cultural centre for Gaelic traditions and the Irish language.  

Day 1: You arrive to Killarney for your first 2 overnights.  Your Guide will meet you at 17.00 hours.

Day 2: Ross Castle and Muckross House - Walk Details – Distance: Up to 16kms. Highest point: 300mts. Forestry tracks with rocky & uneven sections, stepping stones, board walks & boggy underfoot conditions. Paved footpaths towards Muckross House.

Day 3: Derrynane & Abbey Island - Walk Details – Distance: Up to 20kms. Highest point: 550mts. Mountain tracks with rocky & uneven sections, off trail walking in open hillside with high growth & bogland – uneven & wet at times underfoot. Some paved roads.

Day 4: Skellig Michael - Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Highest point: 690mts. Mountain tracks with rocky & uneven sections, off trail walking in open hillside with high growth & bogland – uneven & wet at times underfoot. Some paved roads. 

Day 5: Dingle Peninsula - Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Highest point: 590mts. Paved roads, open hillside with rocky sections which are overgrown & can be wet underfoot. Some steep climbs up & down.

Day 6: Slea Head - Walk Details – Distance: Up to 12kms. Highest point: 520mts. Rocky trails, open hillside with rocky sections which are overgrown & can be wet underfoot. Some steep climbs up & down.

Day 7: The Brandon Range - Walk Details – Distance: Up to 10kms. Highest point: 960mts. Paved roads, open hillside with rocky sections which can be wet underfoot. Narrow rocky trails & sections with no trails. Some steep climbs up & down.

Day 8: Departure - After your final Irish Breakfast, you will be taken by minivan to reach the bus & train station in Tralee.  For those that need earlier transfers – a public bus service is also available back to Tralee.  From here, you can then avail of the excellent bus/train service to all major airports, cities & ferry ports in Ireland.  Your estimated arrival time to Tralee is approx. 10am.

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