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Explore the Beauty of Ireland and treat yourself to one of these popular day tours.
Cliffs of Moher
Includes: Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, Galway bay and Limerick.
You will first arrive in Limerick city to view St Johns castle and travel through the city where you will see Bunratty castle. You will be given time to really take in the amazing cliffs and surroundings of the unique landmark. You then head to Doolin village for lunch but if the weather permits you may stay on the cliffs for lunch. After lunch you have a small trek around the Burren and view 20th century Corcomroe Abbey. You then travel through Galway bay on your way back to Dublin with a photo stop in Dunguaire castle in Kinvara.
This tour departs at 6.50am from Suffolk St tourist office (the old stone church D2),and arrives back in Dublin at 19.30pm.
Tickets cost €45.00 or €40.00 for OPA or Students. For a more details on the tour or to book tickets please call +353863169788.
Blarney, Cork City and Cashel
Includes: Blarney castle and woollen mills, Cork city & the rock of Cashel.
“According to the legend whoever kisses the Blarney stone is gifted with eloquence and persuasiveness”.
On the tour you visit the blarney castle famous for the blarney stone and woollen mills. You will have some time to explore Cork city while having some lunch in the afternoon. You will then visit the Rock of Cashel the seat of the archbishop of the diocese of Cashel, it contains amazing architecture, history and Romanesque art.
This tour departs at 6.50am from Suffolk St tourist office (the old stone church D2),
and arrives back in Dublin at 19.00pm.
Tickets cost €55 per person or €50 for an OAP or student. For more details on the tour or to book tickets please call +353863169788.
Includes: Giants Causeway, Belfast, Carrick a rede rope bridge, Ballintoy harbour, Portbradden and white park bay.
You will stop off in Belfast city for a coffee before before starting your journey on the coastal road. Past through quaint villages on the famous causeway road until you arrive at the renowned Carrick a Rede rope bridge. As you cross over enjoy the picturesque views of the mull of Kintyre in Scotland. See what Paul Mc Cartney of the Beatles seen when he wrote a song about in 1977. After building up an appetite you will then have lunch in Ballintoy you will spend some time here exploring the town. After lunch you make your way to the famous causeway taking in views of the famous Dunluce featured in the chronicles of Narnia. You will then make your way back to the visitor centre where you will return to Belfast city where you will have some time out here to explore.
The tour departs at 6.30am from Suffolk St tourist office (the old church), and arrives back in Dublin at 20.00pm.
Tickets cost €65 per person and €60 for a student. For more details on the tour or to book tickets please call +353 1 4100700/ +353 864076985.
Wicklow and Glendalough
The tour starts off in the beautiful Glencree Valley where you will enjoy beautiful scenery and breath taken views, then you will pass through the famous film location for Braveheart and P.S I love you high up in the Wicklow mountains. You will get the opportunity to see bog lands, rivers and waterfalls. You will also pass through one of Irelands most famous tourist attractions “Glendalough” where you can photograph the stunning views of the valley and lakes
This tour departs the City Centre at 9:00am and returns at 5:00pm approximately
Tickets Cost 28euro per adult and 23euro per student/child and are available to book online as an added extra or at Reception at the Castle Hotel.
Includes Leenane, Killary Fjord, Kylemore Abbey and Galway city.
You will make a short trip through Galway taking the scenic route towards Oughterard the gateway to Connemara. You will pass beautiful scenery and towns but the interesting thing is you wont even know that you have arrived in Connemara as there are no official boundaries to mark this beautiful place, you will just know when your there. Stopping at Moam cross you will see the lakes that make up the area. Connemara is a Gaeltacht area which will be a great experience to hear the native Irish language being kept alive. You will journey through the bog area of Inagh vallay.
If travelling between April – October you will get a 90 minute boat ride on the Connemara Lady. If travelling between November – March you will be visiting Kylemore Abbey and its beautiful walled gardens. Next stop is to Leenane famous for the film ‘The field’ being shot here. Before returning back to Dublin, you will head back to Galway city to explore taking in Spanish arch.
This tour departs at 6.50am from Suffolk St tourist office (the old stone church D2),and arrives back in Dublin at 20.00pm.
Tickets cost €45 or €40.00 for OAP or students. For more details on the tour or to book tickets please call +353 86 3169788.
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