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City Sightseeing Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

City Sightseeing Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 24 to 48 hrs
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$23.73

Explore the capital of Ireland on a fantastic City Sightseeing bus tour, offering passengers access to 2 routes, over 20 tour stops, panoramic views of the city from the bus’ open-top deck, plus an informative audio commentary! Choose between a 24-hour or 48-hour ticket and begin your sightseeing adventure with access to the biggest, most famous sights in Dublin, including Temple Bar, Dublin Castle, Guinness Storehouse, St Patrick's Cathedral and many more!

City Sightseeing Dublin offers access to two routes to the best spots in the city. You can hop on and off as you please at any of the tour stops along the routes, allowing you to explore the city at your own pace – when you’re ready, just hop back on and continue the tour!

Hop-on the Red Line at 13 Upper O’Connell Street and sit back and relax as the tour takes you to sights including Dame Street, where you’ll get a real feel for the culture of Dublin and you’ll be a short walk away from the iconic Temple Bar! Enjoy the live music and vibrant atmosphere at this famous pub, before hopping back on and continuing the tour to Dublin Castle ... More info ›

Explore the capital of Ireland on a fantastic City Sightseeing bus tour, offering passengers access to 2 routes, over 20 tour stops, panoramic views of the city from the bus’ open-top deck, plus an informative audio commentary! Choose between a 24-hour or 48-hour ticket and begin your sightseeing adventure with access to the biggest, most famous sights in Dublin, including Temple Bar, Dublin Castle, Guinness Storehouse, St Patrick's Cathedral and many more!

City Sightseeing Dublin offers access to two routes to the best spots in the city. You can hop on and off as you please at any of the tour stops along the routes, allowing you to explore the city at your own pace – when you’re ready, just hop back on and continue the tour!

Hop-on the Red Line at 13 Upper O’Connell Street and sit back and relax as the tour takes you to sights including Dame Street, where you’ll get a real feel for the culture of Dublin and you’ll be a short walk away from the iconic Temple Bar! Enjoy the live music and vibrant atmosphere at this famous pub, before hopping back on and continuing the tour to Dublin Castle. It’s the historic heart of the city and also one of the biggest tourist attractions, hop-off and explore the castle that’s stood in the city since the 13th century!

Don’t leave Dublin without visiting the famous Guinness Store House - explore the history of Guinness and how it was created, plus at the Gravity Bar, you’ll be able to enjoy 360-degree views of Dublin’s skyline! You can also learn all about the creation of Jameson Whiskey at the Jameson Distillery – another well-known attraction – where Jameson’s was originally distilled until 1971!

Continue to more important landmarks, including St Patrick’s Cathedral, the largest and tallest church in Ireland, as well as Kilmainham Gaol, a former prison that today serves as a museum and tourist attraction.

If you’d like to break up your sightseeing, hop-off at the Dublin Zoo, the largest zoo in Ireland, or at the National Gallery of Ireland which houses countless collections of famous artwork – both provide great days out for all the family!

Tour Stops: 

Red Route - 

13 Upper O'Connell Street 
Nassau Street
Leinster Street
National Art Gallery
Merrion Square
St. Stephen Green / Pearse Street
College Green (Irish Whiskey Museum)
Dame Street / Temple Bar
Dame Street / Dublin Castle
Christ Church Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral
High Street
Guinness Storehouse
Royal Hospital Kilmainham
Kilmainham Gaol / Memorial Gardens
Heuston Station
Parkgate Street
Phoenix Park / Parkgate Street
National Museum of Decorative Arts & History
Arran Quay / Smithfield
Bachelor's Walk
Parnell Square

Blue Route -

13 Upper O'Connell Street
Abbey Street
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Cardiff Lane
National Art Gallery
Merrion Square
St. Stephen Green
College Green (Irish Whiskey Museum)
Dame Street / Temple Bar
Dame Street / Dublin Castle
Christ Church Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral 
Guinness Storehouse
Royal Hospital Kilmainham
Kilmainham Gaol / Memorial Gardens
Heuston Station
National Museum of Decorative Arts & History
Arran Quay
Croke Park

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Malahide Castle, Dublin Bay and Howth Village Half-Day Trip from Dublin

Malahide Castle, Dublin Bay and Howth Village Half-Day Trip from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$30.85

Got the morning or afternoon free in Dublin? Then explore Dublin Bay just outside the capital on this relaxing 3.5-hour tour. You'll take a wander through the beautiful estate of Malahide Castle and enjoy the fresh sea breeze and breathtaking views of Dublin Bay from Howth Summit.

Your half-day tour starts with departure from central Dublin for the drive to Malahide Castle, where you'll enjoy a guided tour of this refurbished landmark that dates back to the 12th century ... More info ›

Got the morning or afternoon free in Dublin? Then explore Dublin Bay just outside the capital on this relaxing 3.5-hour tour. You'll take a wander through the beautiful estate of Malahide Castle and enjoy the fresh sea breeze and breathtaking views of Dublin Bay from Howth Summit.

Your half-day tour starts with departure from central Dublin for the drive to Malahide Castle, where you'll enjoy a guided tour of this refurbished landmark that dates back to the 12th century. With your guide, wander the castle grounds, spanning some 250 acres, and keep your eyes or ears open for ghosts said to haunt the site. You'll see the private gardens of Lord Talbot, which have been opened to the public and are described by garden lovers as a small botanic haven.

Then visit the local craft shops or relax over a coffee and snack, if you wish (own expense), before continuing your tour with a coastal drive through picturesque Malahide to Howth. You have time to stroll around this pretty village before making your way to the summit of Howth for a photo op over Dublin Bay. Less than one hour from the city, you'll enjoy a scenic respite.

Your tour ends with return to your pickup point.

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Connemara National Park Nature Trails Self-Guided Day Tour including Lunch

Connemara National Park Nature Trails Self-Guided Day Tour including Lunch - Clifden, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Clifden, Ireland

From USD
$34.41

This self-guided 1-day tour gives you an opportunity to explore a variety of nature walks in Connemara National Park located on the stunning Wild Atlantic Way route. The park covers some 2.957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands ... More info ›

This self-guided 1-day tour gives you an opportunity to explore a variety of nature walks in Connemara National Park located on the stunning Wild Atlantic Way route. The park covers some 2.957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. The Park's mountain's, namely Benbaun, Bencullagh, Benbrack and Muckanaght, are part of the famous 12 Bens mountain range. The Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate, to the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who enjoy their walking.

Connemara National Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate and also includes the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who are very serious about their walking. Spend a wonderful day outdoors and breathe in the pure, fresh Connemara air. The park also have a wonderful playground for smaller children. The playground features a variety of wooden equipment including see-saws, slides, chin-up bars, tunnel & playhouses. There are picnic tables with views of Diamond Hill and small woodlands are alongside the playground.

Arrive at Connemara National Park in Letterfrack in the morning and view an exhibition on the Connemara Landscape (multi-lingual) before experiencing an interesting Audio Visual Show (multi-lingual) at the visitor center.

After that explore the park and you can choose to walk any of the following nature trails: 0.5 km/0.3 miles - Ellis Wood Nature Trail, 1.5 km/0.6 miles - Sruffounboy Walk, 3.0 km/1.9 miles - Lower Diamond Hill Walk, and 3.7 km/2.3 miles - Upper Diamond Hill Walk.

With this package you get a voucher to have lunch at the Connemara National Park Tea Room, situated in the park. The lunch consists of a delicious homemade Soup of the Day, served with homemade brown bread, plus a freshly made sandwich (plain or toasted), with two fillings of your choice and tea or coffee.

After lunch it's suggested walking up Diamond Hill. The hike takes approximately 3 hours. On the various walks you can discover the parks fauna and flora. Western blanket bog and heath land are the predominant vegetation types to be found in the Park. Heather covers the mountain sides, with ling, cross-leaved heath and bell heather all very prevalent. Insectivorous plants form an integral part of the bog community. Sundews and butterworts trap and digest insects with their leaves to gain nutrients, which are in short supply in the bogs. Rare plant species from the colder areas of Europe and the Arctic may be found high up in the mountains, such as roseroot, purple and starry saxifrages, lesser twayblade, and mountain sorrel.

The bird life of the Park is varied and includes Meadow pipits, skylarks, stonechats, chaffinches, robins and wrens. Birds of prey are sometimes seen, usually kestrel and sparrowhawk, with merlin and peregrine falcon making occasional visits. Wild Red deer can be seen occasionally too. Rabbits, foxes, stoats, shrews, and bats are often observed at night. The largest mammal in the Park is the Connemara Pony. Although a domestic animal this pony is very much part of the Connemara countryside.

When you reach the top of the Diamond Hill you will witness stunning views across the National Park across to the 12 Bens mountain range, the village Letterfrack and the many islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Before ending the route breathe in the purest air of the wild west of Ireland!

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Connemara National Park Nature Trails Self-Guided Day Tour including Lunch

Connemara National Park Nature Trails Self-Guided Day Tour including Lunch - Clifden, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Clifden, Ireland

From USD
$34.41

Explore a variety of nature walks in scenic Connemara National Park located on the stunning Wild Atlantic Way route. The park covers some  2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands ... More info ›

Explore a variety of nature walks in scenic Connemara National Park located on the stunning Wild Atlantic Way route. The park covers some  2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. The Parks mountain's, namely Benbaun, Bencullagh, Benbrack and Muckanaght, are part of the famous 12 Bens mountain range. The Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate, to the more challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who enjoy their walking. Choose from a variety of walks and nature trails ranging from 0.5kms to 5kms.

Connemara National Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate and also includes the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who are very serious about their walking. Spend a wonderful day outdoors and breathe in the pure, fresh Connemara air. The park also have a wonderful playground for smaller children. The playground features a variety of wooden equipment including see-saws, slides, chin-up bars, tunnel & playhouses. There are picnic tables with views of Diamond Hill and small woodlands are alongside the playground.

Arrive at Connemara National Park in Letterfrack in the morning and view an exhibition on the Connemara Landscape (multi-lingual) before experiencing an interesting Audio Visual Show (multi-lingual) at the visitor center.

After that explore the park and you can choose to walk any of the following nature trails: 0.5 km/0.3 miles - Ellis Wood Nature Trail, 1.5 km/0.6 miles - Sruffounboy Walk, 3.0 km/1.9 miles - Lower Diamond Hill Walk, and 3.7 km/2.3 miles - Upper Diamond Hill Walk.

With this package you get a voucher to have lunch at the Connemara National Park Tea Room, situated in the park. The lunch consists of a delicious homemade Soup of the Day, served with homemade brown bread, plus a freshly made sandwich (plain or toasted), with two fillings of your choice and tea or coffee.

After lunch it's suggested walking up Diamond Hill. The hike takes approximately 3 hours. On the various walks you can discover the parks fauna and flora. Western blanket bog and heath land are the predominant vegetation types to be found in the Park. Heather covers the mountain sides, with ling, cross-leaved heath and bell heather all very prevalent. Insectivorous plants form an integral part of the bog community. Sundews and butterworts trap and digest insects with their leaves to gain nutrients, which are in short supply in the bogs. Rare plant species from the colder areas of Europe and the Arctic may be found high up in the mountains, such as roseroot, purple and starry saxifrages, lesser twayblade, and mountain sorrel.

The bird life of the Park is varied and includes Meadow pipits, skylarks, stonechats, chaffinches, robins and wrens. Birds of prey are sometimes seen, usually kestrel and sparrowhawk, with merlin and peregrine falcon making occasional visits. Wild Red deer can be seen occasionally too. Rabbits, foxes, stoats, shrews, and bats are often observed at night. The largest mammal in the Park is the Connemara Pony. Although a domestic animal this pony is very much part of the Connemara countryside.

When you reach the top of the Diamond Hill you will witness stunning views across the National Park across to the 12 Bens mountain range, the village Letterfrack and the many islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Before ending the route breathe in the purest air of the wild west of Ireland!

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Cycling the Wild Atlantic Way - 1-Day Self Guided Tour from Clifden

Cycling the Wild Atlantic Way - 1-Day Self Guided Tour from Clifden - Clifden, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Clifden, Ireland

From USD
$46.27

Welcome to cycling along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way to experience the dramatic land and seascapes of the west of Ireland. Connemara is punctuated by world famous views and sites, unique and ancient heritage and the geology and natural features of the region are in a class of their own.

Biking & cycling safaris are great for those who like to get outdoors into the fresh pure Connemara air, with landscapes dominated by the Twelve Bens mountain range, boarded by Lough Corrib in the East and the Atlantic on the West.

The cycling trip starts in the town of Clifden, Connemara, situated 78km from Galway ... More info ›

Welcome to cycling along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way to experience the dramatic land and seascapes of the west of Ireland. Connemara is punctuated by world famous views and sites, unique and ancient heritage and the geology and natural features of the region are in a class of their own.

Biking & cycling safaris are great for those who like to get outdoors into the fresh pure Connemara air, with landscapes dominated by the Twelve Bens mountain range, boarded by Lough Corrib in the East and the Atlantic on the West.

The cycling trip starts in the town of Clifden, Connemara, situated 78km from Galway. Clifden is the perfect base to explore Connemara’s rich landscape and heritage.

You will pick up your bike, equipment and map in Clifden at 10.00am to start an unforgettable day in Connemara (transport to starting point is not included). During this trip you will plan your route individually. We suggest the following routes:

You can enjoy a scenic ride from Clifden along the haunting bog road to Roundstone. On the ride back to Clifden you will pass Ballyconneely - take your time to admire the beautiful coasts of Connemara and make a stop at Alcock & Brown Memorial - the landing site of the very first trans Atlantic flight. (2h15 - 40km)

Travel to Tullycross and then take the Connemara Loop to discover the beautiful Peninsula of Renvyle and the former castle of the pirate queen Grace O’Malley! (3h - 50km)

Another suggestion is to hit the road and ride along the Wild Atlantic Way to the charming fishing village of Cleggan. Pass by Claddaghduff and its beautiful Omey Beach on your way back and appreciate the beautiful coastal landscapes. (1h30 - 23km)

From Clifden, follow the Sky Road and gaze at the stunning view and its wide range of scenery. Make a stop at Clifden Castle to explore this charming ruin. (1h - 11km)

For lunch, we suggest you to make a stop at Roundstone, Cleggan or Clifden depending on your itinerary to taste some delicious seafood in one of the restaurants (price of lunch not included in the package).

At 6.00pm you will travel back to Clifden to drop off the bike and the equipment.

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Wild Atlantic Way Self-Guided Bike Tour from Clifden

Wild Atlantic Way Self-Guided Bike Tour from Clifden - Galway, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Galway, Ireland

From USD
$46.27

Welcome to cycling along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way to experience the dramatic land and seascapes of the west of Ireland. Connemara is punctuated by world famous views and sites, unique and ancient heritage and the geology and natural features of the region are in a class of their own.

Biking & cycling safaris are great for those who like to get outdoors into the fresh pure Connemara air, with landscapes dominated by the Twelve Bens mountain range, boarded by Lough Corrib in the East and the Atlantic on the West.

The cycling trip starts in the town of Clifden, Connemara, situated 78km from Galway ... More info ›

Welcome to cycling along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way to experience the dramatic land and seascapes of the west of Ireland. Connemara is punctuated by world famous views and sites, unique and ancient heritage and the geology and natural features of the region are in a class of their own.

Biking & cycling safaris are great for those who like to get outdoors into the fresh pure Connemara air, with landscapes dominated by the Twelve Bens mountain range, boarded by Lough Corrib in the East and the Atlantic on the West.

The cycling trip starts in the town of Clifden, Connemara, situated 78km from Galway. Clifden is the perfect base to explore Connemara’s rich landscape and heritage.

You will pick up your bike, equipment and map in Clifden at 10.00am to start an unforgettable day in Connemara (transport to starting point is not included). During this trip you will plan your route individually. We suggest the following routes:

You can enjoy a scenic ride from Clifden along the haunting bog road to Roundstone. On the ride back to Clifden you will pass Ballyconneely - take your time to admire the beautiful coasts of Connemara and make a stop at Alcock & Brown Memorial - the landing site of the very first trans Atlantic flight. (2h15 - 40km)

Travel to Tullycross and then take the Connemara Loop to discover the beautiful Peninsula of Renvyle and the former castle of the pirate queen Grace O’Malley! (3h - 50km)

Another suggestion is to hit the road and ride along the Wild Atlantic Way to the charming fishing village of Cleggan. Pass by Claddaghduff and its beautiful Omey Beach on your way back and appreciate the beautiful coastal landscapes. (1h30 - 23km)

From Clifden, follow the Sky Road and gaze at the stunning view and its wide range of scenery. Make a stop at Clifden Castle to explore this charming ruin. (1h - 11km)

For lunch, we suggest you to make a stop at Roundstone, Cleggan or Clifden depending on your itinerary to taste some delicious seafood in one of the restaurants (price of lunch not included in the package).

At 6.00pm you will travel back to Clifden to drop off the bike and the equipment.

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