Ireland

Dublin

Sightseeing

Sedan 1‑2 paxLuxury Sedan 1‑3 pax Minivan 1‑6 pax

Half Day City

Explore the heart of Ireland on this 4 hour tour of Dublin’s best attractions. First, visit Trinity College. The oldest university in Ireland, it has produced some of the nation’s most famous writers, scientists, and intellectuals. At the university library is the legendary Book of Kells, Ireland’s national treasure and the one of the finest examples of illuminated manuscript. Next is St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the largest in Ireland, near the banks of the River Liffey. Built in the 12th century, its interior boasts a kaleidoscopic pattern of colorful floor tiling. Conclude the tour at the National Botanic Gardens. With over 40 acres, the complex is home to plants from all over the world, with a series of vintage greenhouses notable for their design as much as the tropical curiosities within.

4 hrs

$495 $565 $565

Half Day Literature

The works of James Joyce, Jonathan Swift, and others come to life amongst Dublin’s dense Georgian streets and myriad green spaces on this 4 hour sightseeing tour. Despite living most of his life outside Dublin, Joyce was born and raised in the city, and its formative influence permeates the settings and characters he created. The first stop on the tour is the Joyce Museum, where various exhibits showcase his lifestyle and process. Next is St. Patrick’s Cathedral, where Swift served as Dean. Finish the day at Phoenix Park, one of the largest public parks in Europe. Mentioned in the works of many Dublin authors, the park is notable enough for its natural beauty, and even features a herd of deer that roam its fields.

4 hrs

$495 $565 $565

Full Day City

Enjoy a comprehensive journey through the uniquely charming streets of Dublin with this 8 hour day of sightseeing. Start on the south bank of the River Liffey, and visit historic Trinity College. The oldest university in Ireland, it has been the center of the country’s academic life since its founding in 1592. In its library is the Book of Kells, a must-see medieval illuminated manuscript and Irish national treasure. Outside the center of town, explore the Kilmainham Goal, a unique museum in the preserved buildings of an 18th century jail. Learn about the tragic fates met by many of Ireland’s heroes at the hands of British rulers. Next, take a moment to relax at the Botanic Gardens, admiring the thousands of plant species from across the globe, housed in spectacular greenhouses. Return to the city to explore the legacy of James Joyce, following the journey of his famous Ulysses, and visiting the Joyce Museum. Dublin is renowned for its many public parks, and the tour concludes with Phoenix Park, the grandest of them all. 

8 hrs

$755 $845 $845

Full Day Glendalough & Avoca

Although Dublin is in many ways quintessentially Irish, the true national identity resides in the countryside. Experience Ireland’s natural majesty on this 8 hour journey to valleys of County Wicklow. The first stop is the village of Avoca, known for its scenic riverside and weaving traditions. Quaint, picturesque buildings have led to its featuring in several British and Irish television programs. The main destination of the tour, however, is Glendalough, nestled at the meeting place of two green vales, and named for the lakes found there. Originally founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century, the settlement is one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland. Today, the remains of several impressive stone buildings litter the valley floor, including stone roofed churches, the arched gatehouse, and the 30 meter tall Round Tower. 

8 hrs

$755 $845 $845

Transfers

Sedan 1‑2 paxLuxury Sedan 1‑2 pax Minivan 1‑5 pax
Airport - Hotels $210 $260 $260
Rail Stations - Hotels $210 $260 $260
Pier Dun Laoghaire - Hotels $210 $260 $260
Dublin - Waterford $845 $880 $905
Dublin - Cong (Ashford Castle) $1085 $1120 $1130
Dublin - Cork $1275 $1445 $1445
Dublin - Killarney $1425 $1540 $1540
Dublin - Limerick/Adare $985 $1015 $1030
Dublin - Shannon $1050 $1085 $1095
Dublin - Kenmare $1485 $1520 $1530

Killarney

Sightseeing

Sedan 1‑3 paxLuxury Sedan 1‑3 pax Minivan 1‑6 pax

Full Day Ring of Kerry

Cruise Ireland’s most scenic roadway in style with this 8 hour day trip. The Ring of Kerry features idyllic villages, panoramic ocean views, and rolling green countryside. Embark upon the journey from the town of Killorglin on the mouth of the River Laune. A sleepy but nonetheless scenic town, it hosts the yearly Puck Fair, one of the most famous festivals in Ireland. Next is Lough Caragh, a picturesque lake perched in the foothills. Following its outflow leads to Rossbeigh, where miles of sandy beach look out upon the blue Atlantic. Continuing around the tip of the Iveragh Peninsula, arrive for a brief visit to Waterville, where the first Trans-Atlantic telegraph lines were laid. Finally, pass the village of Sneem before finishing the day at the Lakes of Killarney, where several panoramic vistas await.

8 hrs

—  $685 $720

Full Day Dingle & Slea Head

Explore Ireland’s westernmost point with this 8 hour tour of the Dingle Peninsula. Start the day with the scenic hamlets of Milltown and Castlemaine. Each has its own set of quaint, rustic buildings, and rich local traditions. Continuing towards Dingle Bay, pause for a brief respite on the stunning sandbar of Inch Beach. Up the road is Dingle, a colorful tourists’ paradise with lively waterfront streets. Visit the country’s western point at Dunmore Head, before heading through the Connor Pass to finish the day at Tralee. The largest city in Country Kerry, Tralee is known for its rose gardens, iconic windmill, and fantastic waterfront views.

8 hrs

—  $685 $720

Transfers

Sedan 1‑2 paxLuxury Sedan 1‑2 pax Minvan 1‑5 pax
Killarney - Cong (Ashford Castle) —  $810 $880
Killarney - Cork —  $485 $555
Killarney - Dublin —  $810 $880
Killarney - Limerick/Adare/Newmarket —  $545 $615
Killarney - Shannon —  $485 $570
Killarney - Waterford —  $740 $810

Shannon

Sightseeing

Sedan 1‑3 paxLuxury Sedan 1‑3 pax Minivan 1‑6 pax

Full Day Ring of Kerry

Cruise Ireland’s most scenic roadway in style with this 8 hour day trip. The Ring of Kerry features idyllic villages, panoramic ocean views, and rolling green countryside. Embark upon the journey from the town of Killorglin on the mouth of the River Laune. A sleepy but nonetheless scenic town, it hosts the yearly Puck Fair, one of the most famous festivals in Ireland. Next is Lough Caragh, a picturesque lake perched in the foothills. Following its outflow leads to Rossbeigh, where miles of sandy beach look out upon the blue Atlantic. Continuing around the tip of the Iveragh Peninsula, arrive for a brief visit to Waterville, where the first Trans-Atlantic telegraph lines were laid. Finally, pass the village of Sneem before finishing the day at the Lakes of Killarney, where several panoramic vistas await.

8 hrs

—  $950 $1030

Full Day Dingle & Slea Head

Explore Ireland’s westernmost point with this 8 hour tour of the Dingle Peninsula. Start the day with the scenic hamlets of Milltown and Castlemaine. Each has its own set of quaint, rustic buildings, and rich local traditions. Continuing towards Dingle Bay, pause for a brief respite on the stunning sandbar of Inch Beach. Up the road is Dingle, a colorful tourists’ paradise with lively waterfront streets. Visit the country’s western point at Dunmore Head, before heading through the Connor Pass to finish the day at Tralee. The largest city in Country Kerry, Tralee is known for its rose gardens, iconic windmill, and fantastic waterfront views.

8 hrs

—  $950 $1030

Transfers

Sedan 1‑2 paxLuxury Sedan 1‑2 pax Minivan 1‑5 pax
Shannon - Cong (Ashford Castle) —  $465 $555
Shannon - Cork —  $465 $555
Shannon - Dublin —  $720 $820
Shannon - Dromoland —  $105 $140
Shannon - Kenmare —  $555 $625

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