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Cobh Shore Excursion: Ring of Kerry Highlights Private Tour

Cobh Shore Excursion: Ring of Kerry Highlights Private Tour - Cobh, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Cobh, Ireland

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$729.73

Ring of Kerry is the most popular tour in the Southwest of Ireland, With only a short stay with us we would like to give you as much memories as we possibly can, from magical castles coastal, to rugged and wild coastlines, lush pastures and rolling landscapes, mystical fairy forts, and coastal marinas, let us take you on a short journey you may never forget. Book your private tour and let the journey begin.

Leaving Cobh we head southwest to the county of Kerry better known in Ireland as ‘The Kingdom’! We pass through the town of Macroom and then Ballyvourney which is a Gaeltacht village allowing you to experience an area where our native language is spoken fluently ... More info ›

Ring of Kerry is the most popular tour in the Southwest of Ireland, With only a short stay with us we would like to give you as much memories as we possibly can, from magical castles coastal, to rugged and wild coastlines, lush pastures and rolling landscapes, mystical fairy forts, and coastal marinas, let us take you on a short journey you may never forget. Book your private tour and let the journey begin.

Leaving Cobh we head southwest to the county of Kerry better known in Ireland as ‘The Kingdom’! We pass through the town of Macroom and then Ballyvourney which is a Gaeltacht village allowing you to experience an area where our native language is spoken fluently. We cross the Cork and Kerry Mountains where the scenery is simply breath-taking and continue on to Kenmare a beautiful market town in the southwest of Ireland, well known for its colourful streets and friendly locals. Here we stop for a coffee or maybe even something stronger.

We take the Mountain route for our first photo stop at ‘Molls Gap’ nestled in the McGillycuddy Reeks with the highest mountain in Ireland ‘Carrantuohill’ by our side. On then to The Country Park in Killarney and we stop again at ‘Ladies View’, this is where we first get to view the spectacular Lakes of Killarney and from such an elevated point this is a photo opportunity not to be missed. On then to The Country Park through the winding roads which bring us down to The Lakes of Killarney through a corridor of Oak, Ash and beech trees where we arrive at ‘Torc Waterfall’ this is 18 metres high and definitely one for the camera. Then we visit ‘Muckross House’ and gardens the once residence of Lord Kenmare, the house and gardens are very well maintained and definitely worth a visit. Just in time then for lunch in Killarney which was voted the number one town to visit in Ireland 2014.

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Cobh Shore Excursion: Blarney Castle, Cork City and Kinsale Private Tour

Cobh Shore Excursion: Blarney Castle, Cork City and Kinsale Private Tour - Cobh, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Cobh, Ireland

From USD
$729.73

With only a short stay with us in the Southwest of the country we would like to give you as much memories as we possibly can, from magical castles, to rugged and wild coastlines, lush pastures and rolling landscapes, mystical fairy forts, and coastal marinas, let us take you on a short journey you may never forget.

Leaving the ship in Cobh we would head directly to Blarney Castle getting ahead of the crowds to avoid long queues at this very popular site, this is important if you wish to kiss the Blarney stone which is said locally to give you the ‘gift of the gab’ or more appropriately the ‘gift of eloquent speech’. The castle itself was built more than six hundred years ago and home of the McCarthy Clan, with its beautiful gardens and lake a must see on a visit to Cork ... More info ›

With only a short stay with us in the Southwest of the country we would like to give you as much memories as we possibly can, from magical castles, to rugged and wild coastlines, lush pastures and rolling landscapes, mystical fairy forts, and coastal marinas, let us take you on a short journey you may never forget.

Leaving the ship in Cobh we would head directly to Blarney Castle getting ahead of the crowds to avoid long queues at this very popular site, this is important if you wish to kiss the Blarney stone which is said locally to give you the ‘gift of the gab’ or more appropriately the ‘gift of eloquent speech’. The castle itself was built more than six hundred years ago and home of the McCarthy Clan, with its beautiful gardens and lake a must see on a visit to Cork.

From Blarney we would head for Cork city known locally as ‘The real Capital of Ireland’, the river Lee flows through Cork dividing the city into North & South and the Port of Cork meets the Atlantic Ocean at Cobh. The people of Cork may be difficult to understand as it is said we sing our words rather than speak them, a very hilly city steeped in history, beautiful Cathedrals and lime stone buildings fast becoming a very cosmopolitan place. Cork is also the second deepest natural port in the world, Sydney being the first. Key attractions in Cork would be St Finbarr’s Cathedral and the English Market.


From Cork we would head to the port town of Kinsale otherwise known as the ‘Gourmet capital of Ireland’ famous for its wonderful restaurants and many festivals during the year. On arriving in Kinsale we would come in from an elevated site looking over the town at Charles Fort, a five stared fort famous for its defence of the coastline during the Spanish Armada of 1601, with beautiful panoramic views over the town, the Marina and the multi coloured houses and shops. There is a lot of Spanish influence in the town itself associated with the Armada, the names of the pubs for example, ‘The Spaniard’, ‘The 1601’, ‘The Bulman’ and many more waiting to be explored! It is a real picturesque town in the south west of Ireland and the start of ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’ route.

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Cork and Blarney Castle Visit from Cobh by Train

Cork and Blarney Castle Visit from Cobh by Train - Cobh, Ireland

Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Location: Cobh, Ireland

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$74.23

Depart Cobh Railway Station for a scenic train ride to Cork to visit the Blarney Castle and Gardens on this 6.5-hour tour. Kiss the Blarney Stone if you want, then explore Cork on a city tour, before returning to Cobh ... More info ›

Depart Cobh Railway Station for a scenic train ride to Cork to visit the Blarney Castle and Gardens on this 6.5-hour tour. Kiss the Blarney Stone if you want, then explore Cork on a city tour, before returning to Cobh. Once you’re back in Cobh, visit the cemetery to learn about the victims of the Lusitania and finish your tour by stopping at the Cobh Heritage Centre, before being returned to your ship.

Check-in at the Victorian Cobh Railway Station at 9:50am for the 10am departure of your train. Enjoy a scenic rail journey from Cobh, along the banks of the River Lee with views of Blackrock Castle before arriving into Cork Kent Station.

Transfer to Blarney Castle and Gardens, where you can kiss the famous Blarney Stone if you want. There will be free time for shopping and lunch (at own expense) at Blarney Village.

Then explore Cork on a city tour, where you will experience the sights and sounds of the famous English Market during your brief visit.
Return to Cobh to visit the fabulous Cobh Cathedral, St Colman’s. See Cobh cemetery and the mass graves of the Lusitania victims, as well as the grave of Jack Doyle.

Your last stop is at the Cobh Heritage Centre with its theme of Famine, Emigration and Maritime and the histories of the Lusitania, which was torpedoed nearby. Afterwards, head back to your cruise ship.

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Titanic Trail Guided Walking Tour Cobh

Titanic Trail Guided Walking Tour Cobh - Cobh, Ireland

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Cobh, Ireland

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$15.73

Titanic Trail Guided Walking Tour of Cobh
Operating daily since 1998, this 1 hour gentle stroll through the heritage town of Cobh explores the diverse and magnificent history of Cork harbour, its environs and the architecturally preserved streetscape. The engaging narrative brings together the amazing maritime, emigrant and social history of the area ... More info ›

Titanic Trail Guided Walking Tour of Cobh
Operating daily since 1998, this 1 hour gentle stroll through the heritage town of Cobh explores the diverse and magnificent history of Cork harbour, its environs and the architecturally preserved streetscape. The engaging narrative brings together the amazing maritime, emigrant and social history of the area. Cobh was the main departure point for millions of Irish emigrants to the US. It was the last port of call for RMS Titanic, it received the victims and survivors after the sinking of the Lusitania during the first world war. Over many centuries, the invasions, departures, arrivals and utilisation of the port by many different peoples have crafted a fascinating story that will enthral and engage the visitor no matter what their interests. Created by the renowned Dr Michael Martin, this tour will bring you new knowledge and fascinating insights into world stories in the environment in which they were created.

The tour takes the form of a gentle stroll during which the fascinating research of Dr Martin is brought to life by enthusiastic, animated guides who have been trained directly by the historian himself. His favourite saying is 'that history always has to be accurate, but never ever boring. The tour sets out from the Commodore Hotel in Cobh every day and sets off from there on a journey of discovery and learning. During the tour learn many unknown facts about the Lusitania, the last port of call for Titanic, the 'emigrants' Cathedral and Harbour's magnificent maritime history. Be guided through this magnificent town with all the original buildings, streets and piers still intact. See the main monuments and have their symbolism explained. Walk in the same footsteps taken by Titanic passengers and millions of other Irish emigrants on their lifechanging journeys.

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Titanic Experience: Original White Star Line Ticket Office

Titanic Experience: Original White Star Line Ticket Office - Cobh, Ireland
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Cobh, Ireland

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$11.95

Titanic Experience Cobh is located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of Cobh (formally Queenstown) the departure point for the final 123 Passengers who boarded Titanic on the morning of April 11th 1912.

Titanic Experience Cobh is located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of Cobh (formally Queenstown), the departure point for the final 123 Passengers who boarded Titanic on the morning of April 11th 1912. The tour is presented in two parts, the first is an immersive audio visual tour retracing the footsteps of the 123 Passengers ... More info ›

Titanic Experience Cobh is located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of Cobh (formally Queenstown) the departure point for the final 123 Passengers who boarded Titanic on the morning of April 11th 1912.

Titanic Experience Cobh is located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of Cobh (formally Queenstown), the departure point for the final 123 Passengers who boarded Titanic on the morning of April 11th 1912. The tour is presented in two parts, the first is an immersive audio visual tour retracing the footsteps of the 123 Passengers. With Fourth Officer Boxall as your virtual guide and with the use of innovative audio visual technology and replica set designs visitors will experience what life on board would have been like on board for those passengers.

The second part of the tour examines how it went wrong. Using computer generated graphics to recreate the collision and subsequent sinking, film analysis of Titanic on the seabed and expert interviews these interactive exhibits allow visitors to find out how and why the Titanic sank on that fateful night. Touchscreen computers allow you to look at personalities on board the ship and in particular the fate of our 123 Queenstown passengers.

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