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Kilkenny and Wicklow Day Tour from Dublin: the medieval capital of Ireland

Discover the true beauty of Ireland on this fantastic day trip to the monastic site of Glendalough and the city colourful Kilkenny, the medieval capital of Ireland.

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Highlights
Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
Excellent value for money
Family friendly
Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Depart Dublin at 9am in the morning and begin the day by traveling south, beginning the journey into County Wicklow. Pass through outstanding countryside in the Wicklow mountains, most notably the Sugar Loaf Mountains, as you sit back and relax on your way to Glendalough.

Glendalough is one of the most striking parts of Ireland with magnificent scenery and a rich history. There will be time to explore the old monastic city, featuring St. Kevin’s Cross and the 10th century round tour. Walk along river banks and pass through woods leading to lakes, waterfalls and brooks.

Then travel over the Wicklow Gap, taking you way up into the Wicklow Mountains. Experience panoramic views of the landscape, stretching as far as the eye can see. Observe traditional Irish bogs, which provide the nearby Irish residents with a source of energy to fuel fires. Through the Wicklow Gap, you will also pass Turlogh waterfall, one of Ireland’s most dramatic waterfalls and highest reservoir.

From here, arrive in Kilkenny city, the medieval capital of Ireland back in the 11th century. Situated on the banks of the river Nore, you will have a chance to walk the windy, cobblestone streets and see the gardens of the famous Norman Castle. Consider venturing inside to take a tour of its palatial interior for a small optional fee. You have plenty of time to wander the streets and visit the Black Abbey or experience the Cathedral of Saint Canice with its famous round tower. With two hours free, there is also time to enjoy a relaxed lunch or maybe try a pint of Kilkenny in Kilkennyn (own expense).

You will arrive back in Dublin at about 6pm after a drive through the County of Kildare.

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Loughcrew Megalithic Walking Tour in Oldcastle

On your visit to Ireland make sure to visit its best kept secret, Loughcrew’s Ancient Passage Tombs, on this small-group walking tour. These passage tombs are over 5,000 years old, predate Newgrange and located just one hour from Dublin. Your 1.5-hour tour will begin at Loughcrew Megalithic Centre in Oldcastle, where you will visit the traditional Irish home of Maggie Heaney. Next you will walk to the highest point in the Boyne Valley giving you spectacular views over Ireland’s Ancient East. Learn why our stone age ancestors built these extraordinary structures, hear the legend of the Cailleach (Witch), sit on her throne and enter the chamber of passage tomb ”Cairn T”. See the path the rising sun takes on the mornings of the Equinox. To finish you will make your journey back to Loughcrew Megalithic Centre for a well-deserved coffee and a scone.

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Highlights
Step back in time on a history tour
Choice of morning or afternoon departure
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
All entrance fees included
Snacks and Beverages included
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Take a walking tour of the Ancient Loughcrew Passage Tombs and Maggie Heaney’s Heritage cottage with a local informative guide.

You will start your tour at Loughcrew Megalithic Centre where you will visit Maggie Heaney’s Cottage. Step back in time as you take in the traditionally styled courtyard and Maggie Heaney’s thatched cottage. The heritage museum dates back to the 1700’s and your local guide will talk you through the authentic artefacts and local stories linked to life in the traditional Irish home. Includes an audio visual presentation from a past inhabitant.

A short hill walk will take you to the highest point in the Boyne Valley. Here you will have 360 degree panoramic views of the Royal County’s lush green landscape. Hear the legend of the powerful witch. Loughcrew’s tombs are over 5,000 yrs old predating Newgrange. Your guide will show you the inside of Cairn T where you will see the corbel rough, ancient art and the path of the rising sun takes on the equinox mornings.

Next you will make your way back down to Nellies Kitchen at Loughcrew Megalithic Centre where you will enjoy a well earned cup of tea or coffee and a scone.

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Christchurch Apartment – Stay in the Heart of Dublin.

Located 201 m from St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, this vacation home features free WiFi.

There is a sitting area and a kitchen. A flat-screen TV is available.

St Patrick’s Cathedral is 300 m from Christchurch apartment, and Dublin Castle is 400 m from the property. The nearest airport is Dublin Airport, 9.7 km from the property.

This is our guests’ favorite part of Dublin, according to independent reviews.

Facilities available:
– Free WiFi
– Airport Shuttle
– Non-Smoking Rooms

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Dublin Central Apartments Parnell Square D1 – One of our best sellers in Dublin!

Dublin Central Apartments Parnell Square D1 offers accommodations in Dublin. The property is 1.1 km from Temple Bar and free private parking is available.

The kitchen has a dishwasher, a microwave and a toaster, as well as a kettle. A flat-screen TV is provided.

Croke Park Stadium is 1.1 km from Dublin Central Apartments Parnell Square D1, and Button Factory is 1.1 km away. Dublin Airport is 8 km from the property.

This is our guests’ favorite part of Dublin, according to independent reviews.

Facilities available:
– Free WiFi
– Dining area
– Flat-screen
– TV
– Balcony

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4-Day South West Ireland Tour from Dublin: head west to tour the beautiful region of Connemara

Enjoy a full and comprehensive tour of the very best that the beautiful south western region of Ireland has to offer, as you visit Connemara, Galway, the world famous Cliffs of Moher, Killarney, the Dingle Peninsula, Blarney Castle and the Guinness Storehouse on return to Dublin.

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Highlights
Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Instant Confirmation
Multi-Day Trip
To begin this amazing experience, you will depart Dublin and head west to tour the beautiful region of Connemara. After a refreshment stop in the midlands of Ireland, your first stop will be the quaint and charming village of Cong. The village is home to Ashford Castle and Cong Abbey. Departing Cong, you will enjoy wonderful views of the Garlic speaking Connemara and its beautiful lakes, valleys and mountain scenery. You will arrive in Galway by mid afternoon, which will allow you ample time to enjoy this marvelous cultural city. Visit the Spanish Arch and ramble around colorful shop street. Accommodation will be in Galway city.

Begin day to by cruising along the west coast where you will enjoy beautiful beaches and golden sand. Your first stop is the home of the legendary king of Connacht, Dunguaire Castle. The tour will continue to the seaside village of Kinvara and the lunar landscape of the Burren, the only place in the world where Alpine, Arctic and Mediterranean flowers grow side by side. You will then enjoy a lunch stop in Doolin (own expense), a beautiful Gaelic speaking village, before visiting the highlight of the day, the Cliffs of Moher. Rising over 700 ft in height, these cliffs are home to some of nature’s most majestic birds. You will take a photo-stop at Bunratty Castle. You will spend the night in Killarney.

On day 3 you will embark on a tour of the world famous Dingle Peninsula. The day begins with a horse and cart ride through Killarney National Park, before visiting Ireland’s longest beach at Inch beach, where you will enjoy miles of beautiful sandy beach. You will then take the short drive to Dingle, a charming Gaelic speaking fishing village. Highlights of the Dingle Peninsula will include Slea head, Gallarous Oratory, Views of the Blasket Islands, Dingle Town, where there will be a chance to browse the local art and craft stores. Accommodation will be in a traditional Irish pub, where there will be a chance to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Your final day will begin by crossing the Cork and Kerry mountains and heading for the world renowned Blarney Castle. You will spend time here visiting the Castle, and kissing the Blarney Stone endowing you with the gift of eloquent speech (gift of the gab) for 7 years. You may also like to visit the famous Blarney Woollen Mills, where you can visit the world’s largest Irish shop. After lunch (own expense), you will take a leisurely drive through Golden Vale. You will return to Dublin, where you will visit the Guinness Storehouse and enjoy a big creamy pint of Guinness compliments of your touring team!

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Garden Lane Backpackers – Stay in the Heart of Dublin.

Featuring free WiFi and a sun terrace, Garden Lane Backpackers offers accommodations in Dublin, just 400 m from St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Private parking is available on site.

You will find a shared kitchen at the property.

The hostel also provides bike rental. St Patrick’s Cathedral is 400 m from Garden Lane Backpackers, and Guinness Storehouse is 600 m away. The nearest airport is Dublin Airport, 9.7 km from the property.

This is our guests’ favorite part of Dublin, according to independent reviews.

Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 8 for a two-person trip.

This property is also rated for the best value in Dublin! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

Facilities available:
– Parking
– Free WiFi
– Airport Shuttle
– Non-Smoking Rooms
– Facilities for Disabled Guests
– On-site Parking

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DCU Rooms Glasnevin – Campus Accommodation – Situated on a quiet campus.

Situated between Dublin Airport and the city centre, Dublin City University is situated on a quiet campus with a gym, restaurants and free internet. Croke Park is a 5-minute drive away. There is free WiFi throughout the property.

The property offers standard Hampstead apartments or superior College Park apartments. Each apartment has 5 en-suite bedrooms with a shared living area and tea/coffee making facilities.

The campus features an on-site laundrette, a lively bar and a modern leisure centre. The centre includes a fitness suite and a swimming pool. Please note that there is an additional charge for the use of the gym and swimming pool.

There are many tourist attractions in the vicinity including Glasnevin Cemetery and the National Botanic Gardens. The Omni Shopping Centre and Omniplex Cinema are 20 minutes’ walk away and Drumcondra and Croke Park are a 5-minute drive away.

This property is also rated for the best value in Dublin! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

Facilities available:
– Free Parking
– Free WiFi
– Non-Smoking Rooms
– Fitness Center
– Restaurant
– Facilities for Disabled Guests

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Newgrange and Hill of Tara Day Trip from Dublin: including a quick stop in the picturesque town of Howth

Don’t miss the chance to take this popular tour of the Day Trip, one of Ireland’s most important historic locations. You’ll get a sense of the ghosts of Ireland’s past at the tombs of Newgrange and visit Tara Hill, full of historical monuments.

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Highlights
Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
Led by a local guide
All entrance fees included
Likely to Sell Out
Leave Dublin behind and head to the Hill of Tara deep in the Irish countryside. The hill dates back to the 11th century and has many different ancient monuments and the seat of High King of Ireland.

Hop back on board your coach and head to Newgrange. To help you experience the history of this ancient land, your guide will lead you into the actual tombs of Newgrange (dating from 3000 B.C.), one of the oldest and largest Neolithic burial chambers in Europe. They even predate the Egyptian pyramids!

Finish off you tour with a quick stop in the picturesque town of Howth. Originally a fishing village, Howth is home to some of the oldest buildings in Ireland.

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Generator Hostel Dublin – Each morning traditional breakfasts are available.

The award-winning, brand-new Generator Hostel is located next door to the Jameson Distillery and Smithfield LUAS tram station. It offers budget rooms and dorms with private bathrooms and a late night bar.

Dublin Castle and the Guinness Storehouse are just a 10 minute walk away. Famous and lively Temple Bar is just 2 tram stops away.

Each morning traditional breakfasts are available at the Generator Hostel Dublin. Light snacks are available from the bar and there are regular entertainment evenings, including movie nights and quizzes.

Guests can relax in the 24-hour lounge and free Wi-Fi is available in all public areas of the hostel. There are also internet terminals available for a small charge.

Free walking tours are provided, and the hostel has a 24-hour front desk and provides laundry and ironing facilities for guests. There is an on-site travel shop where guests can book sightseeing tickets and make travel arrangements.

Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 8 for a two-person trip.

This property is also rated for the best value in Dublin! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

Facilities available:
– Free WiFi
– Non-Smoking Rooms
– Facilities for Disabled Guests

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Glendalough and Powerscourt Gardens Day Tour: to Wicklow, Ireland’s garden county

See the best of what is on Dublin’s doorstep on a perfect half day tour to Wicklow, Ireland’s garden county, with admission to one of the country’s finest estate gardens, Powerscourt Gardens, and time to explore the fabulous scenery at Glendalough.

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Highlights
Led by a local guide
Fully narrated tour
Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
Board this Glendalough & Powerscourt Gardens tour in the heart of Dublin City Centre. Passengers can also join the tour by availing of the Dublin Sightseeing hotel shuttle service. The hotel shuttle service includes accommodation providers in Lansdowne Road, Ballsbridge, Sandymount, St. Stephens Green and the Croke Park Hotel.

This Glendalough and Powerscourt Gardens tour takes place in a double-decker bus to allow the best possible experience of the beautiful scenery en route.

Departing from Dublin City Centre, the tour takes in the beautifully developed Docklands area of Dublin City, before travelling along the great sweep of Dublin Bay, passing by Beach Road at Sandymount.

The tour then travels inland, climbing the beautiful Wicklow Mountains, and continues to the enchanting old-world village of Enniskerry, home to Powerscourt Estate and Gardens.

Powerscourt, in its spectacular mountain setting, is among the finest in Europe. Here, you will have time to explore the stunning gardens, which has been voted by National Geographic No.3 in its Top 10 Gardens in the World. You will also see the world renowned Italian and Japanese Gardens, or visit the poignant Pet’s Cemetery.

Passengers on the tour can then explore the highlights of Glendalough with a one hour visit to this monastic settlement, which was founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century. Glendalough is an area steeped in both natural beauty and historical significance and is among the top attractions in Ireland.

On returning to Dublin, the tour will pass through even more gorgeous landscapes and the ever changing scenery of the Wicklow and Dublin Mountains.

Passengers can avail of one free loop of the Hop-on Hop-off city tour on the same day as they have taken the tour, and a Dublin Highlights and Hidden Corners walking tour.

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