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Spend a full day in an air-conditioned minibus exploring Ireland with a private guide and your group of up to seven people. You can work together with your guide to construct an itinerary that takes your preferences and interests into account; then set off from Dublin to see as much of Ireland as you can in a day.
Surrender to the magic of Ireland on a 7-day tour of prominent Irish sites from Dublin. Over a week, you’ll marvel at the River Shannon, the Wild Atlantic Way and the Caha Mountains of the Beara Peninsula. Gaze at the UNESCO-listed Cliffs of Moher; kiss the legendary Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle; and discover the dramatic landscapes of Killarney National Park. Partake in sea-kayaking, surfing, horse-riding and mountain biking and enjoy six nights’ accommodation and six traditional breakfasts in hospitable guesthouses. This small-group tour is limited to four people.
Relax while you’re in Ireland with this private tour of Wicklow and Glendalough, including private, round-trip transport from Dublin. Take a scenic drive through Wicklow Mountains National Park, and make stops at Lough Tay, the Guinness estate, and the bridge used in the filming of “P.S. I Love You.” Plus, choose to visit the Powerscourt Gardens (own expense) or Avoca, and then end your day with time in Glendalough, where you can see St. Kevin’s monastery.
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- Irish Family History Centre
- Chester Beatty Library
- Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship
- Kildare Village
- Epic the Irish Emigration Museum (EPIC)
- James Joyce Tower & Museum
- Wicklow Way
- Number Twenty Nine (Georgian House Museum)
- The National Wax Museum Plus
- Giant's Causeway
- Tayto Park
- St. Audoen's Church
- Kilmainham Gaol
- James Joyce Centre
- National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History
- National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
- Dublin Zoo
- St. Anne’s Park
- SEA LIFE® Bray
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