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Ireland Day Tours

Dublin

Hop on Hop off City Sightseeing

Price from $30.00 per person

Explore Dublin at your own leisure with this enjoyable hop on hop off tour of this amazing city.

The Tour

The most family friendly way to go sightseeing in Dublin, 2 kids go free with every adult ticket. Join the hop on hop off City Sightseeing Dublin Tour and let our witty live guides show you the best things to do in Dublin. Jump on board any Red City Sightseeing Bus and enjoy the freedom to explore Europe's friendliest city across two great routes. With your valid hop on hop off city tour ticket you can visit attractions in Dublin including Free Museums and Galleries. Looking for things to do with kids in Dublin? Take the hop on hop off bus and visit The National Wax Museum, Croke Park and Dublin Zoo.

Includes:
  • Transportation by coach


Irish Whiskey Museum - Classic Tour

Price from $27.00 per person

We uniquely depict the origins of Irish whiskey, its rise to glory, its dramatic fall and of course, the current revival of new Irish whiskeys.

The Tour

Join us as we take you on a journey through time in a historic setting unveiling the intriguing tale of Irish whiskey, its rise to glory, dramatic fall and, of course, the current revival of new Irish whiskeys. A story never been told before in such a unique setting, this is an interactive experience you will never forget. Savour the captivating anecdotes by our entertaining guides as they bring you through this magical tale, never before showcased. At the end of every tour there's a generous whiskey tasting led by one of our master tasters.

Includes:
  • Fully guided English tour through 5 unique rooms (other languages are available, please ask)
  • Complimentary tutored whiskey tasting session


Belfast City Tour

Price from $82.00 per person

Enjoy a trip to historical Belfast and a visit to the Republican Museum.

Duration of tour: 11 hours

The Tour

The great city of Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and this tour to Belfast will not only take you on a tour of the city but you will also see many other gems of the North including historical and natural treasures. Our guides are full of knowledge about Northern Ireland from its great mountains to St Patrick and of course the "Troubles" that have scarred this part of the country over many decades. The guides will tell you stories of old and interesting tales. We will head directly for Belfast city to begin our tour of the city. Your guide will take you first around West Belfast, the home of the famous ( or infamous ) Peace Wall. You will also visit the Republican museum ( Tuesdays till Saturdays) before you're dropped in the city centre for some free time and lunch ( not included ). You might need to change some money to Pound Stirling as you are now in the United Kingdom! After exploring the city centre we depart on the second half of the city tour to East Belfast and the birthplace of RMS Titanic. Even though you have already seen Belfast city, your northern adventure has only just begun as we head out of the city to the town of Downpatrick and the resting place of Ireland's most famous saint: Patrick. Here you will visit the Saint Patrick Centre, also visiting the grave of Saint Patrick himself outside Down Cathedral Then on to the coastal village of Dundrum to visit it's Norman castle. Climb to the top of the fortified walls and see the amazing views for miles. We then move on to the highest mountain range in Northern Ireland, The Mourne Mountains where you will make a photo stop at an area of outstanding beauty at Spelga Dam. Ask your guide to show you gravity hill and watch your tour bus 'roll up' a hill all by itself !! From there you will travel down the coast line and make another stop at Ross' Monument which is dedicated to Major General Robert Ross, who burned down the White House in retaliation for the Americans burning York ( now modern Toronto ) in 1813 ! Sadly all great adventures must come to an end. However the memories will last a lifetime so sit back while your guide plays some traditional music and enjoy reminiscing about your day tour to the north as you make your way back to Dublin. Arrive back in Dublin by 7:30pm.

Includes:
  • Transportation by coach
  • Professional guide
  • Visit to the Republican Museum and Belfast City, St Patricks centre, and Dundrum Castle


Cork and Blarney Tour

Price from $90.00 per person

Book this tour and enjoy the lovely countryside, as well as various spots of historic significance.

Duration of tour: 9 hours

The Tour

The Cork and Blarney day tour features a guided coach tour of the Irish countryside, a visit to the folkloric Blarney castle with its Blarney Stone, a chance to explore the unofficial capital of Ireland- Cork City, as well as an introduction to a historically significant monastic site called the Rock of Cashel. You depart early morning from Dublin heading south through the County Kildare which is horse breeding country and home to Saint Brigit - one of Ireland's 3 major saints , with sweeping views of the Galtee mountains - Ireland's highest inland mountains- and rolling hills along the way. Blarney Castle, built by the McCarthy clan over 600 years ago, still retains its old world charm with its towers, battlements and gated entrance, all built on a rocky outcrop. Kiss the Blarney stone, situated on the parapets of the castle, to gain the gift of eloquence - that is the ability to persuade people and being able to talk yourself out of trouble. Amongst others, Rock Close is a magical garden filled with enchanting druidic rock formations, water features and exotic plants. Cork city is a cosmopolitan city with a young population. Maybe have some lunch at the English Market (now with a very international flavour), go marvel at the Gothic St. Finbar's Cathedral, or ring the bells of Shandon at St. Anne's church for a small fee. Cork is home to Murphy's Ale and the Ford Tractor factory. The Rock of Cashel is a multi-period monastic site, which was a fortress before it became the seat of the bishop of the diocese of Cashel, and venue where the historical Synod of Cashel was held. Visit the Great Cathedral, the Hall of Vicars Choral, Cormack's Chapel (with one of Ireland's best preserved Irish frescoes and Romanesque architecture) and a Round tower, all perched on a solid rock ringed by a curtain wall- most of it dating back from before the Cambro-Norman conquerors came to Ireland in the late 12th Century.. We arrive back in Dublin at around 7pm.

Includes:
  • Transportation by coach
  • Professional guide
  • Entrance to Blarney Stone, the Rock of Cashel
  • Visit to Cork city


Giant's Causeway Tour

Price from $105.00 per person

Book this tour and enjoy one of Ireland's 7 Wonders - The Giant's Causeway - and the most breathtaking sights and scenery Northern Ireland has on offer.

Duration of tour: 13 hours

The Tour

Walk along the stepping stones that lead to a time when the myths and legends of Ireland's past were alive - when giant's fought and volcanic activity left its imprint in the Northern shores of this mystical land creating the Giants Causeway. Before embarking to the Causeway, you will drink in the most dramatic coastal views as you ride along the northern coast and your guide helps you envision the past. This day tour takes you into the pulse of Northern Ireland and may even give yours a little race as you walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Bridge suspended nearly 30 metres above sea level and built 350 years ago. We also visit the game of thrones location "The Dark Hedges" and views of Dunluce castle.

Includes:
  • Transportation by coach
  • Professional guide
  • Entrance to the Giant's Causeway and Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge