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Private Day Tours Out Of Dublin

West of Ireland/Cliffs of Moher tour (12 hours)

King John's Castle - The Cliffs of Moher - Lunch in Doolin - The Burren - Galway Bay

Taking this tour means a long day but you drive coast to coast and you see a great deal of our fine little island. First off is the early 13th Century King John's Castle situated beautifully on the banks of the River Shannon, our longest river. The visitor exhibition you go through before you visit the castle itself is very well done and very interesting. Then it is on to the Cliffs of Moher situated on the Atlantic coast at the very western edge of Europe. They are simply stunning.

After visiting the cliffs, you would go for lunch in the lovely village of Doolin. After lunch, you would tour the Burren, a unique and interesting area of wild and rugged beauty the likes of which you will not have seen before. It houses a 5000-year old Neolithic portal tomb or Dolmen at Poulnabrone. From there you would drive along the coast of Galway Bay to join the motorway back to Dublin on the east coast. If you want to see the best of what Ireland has to offer, then take this tour.

1-6 people €600. Entrance fees and lunch not included.

All tours listed on this page start at 08.00h.

Prices are per group size indicated.

You would be collected from and returned to your hotel.





Kilkenny Tour (9 hours)

The medieval city of Kilkenny was granted its city charter in 1609 but Kilkenny had been a thriving medieval site since the time of St Canice's monastery in the early 6th century and then later when the first castle was built by the Norman Lord Strongbow. Today it retains much of that heritage for visitors to enjoy and explore. Kilkenny has great food and shopping also. You will get a chance to take a self-guided tour of Kilkenny Castle, explore St Canice's Cathedral and Round Tower and visit other hgems like the Medieval Mile Museum and the Rothe House. You also have a choice of visiting the Smithwick's Brewery where they have been brewing beer since 1701 or the monastic ruins of the Cistercian Jerpoint. Abbey. You can stop for lunch in a nice traditional pub, perhaps even one that is situated in a convicted witches house. The tour includes the following highlights.

1-6 people €500. Entrance fees and lunch not included.

All tours listed on this page start at 08.00h.

Prices are per group size indicated.

You would be collected from and returned to your hotel.





Antrim Coast/Giant's Causeway tour (12 hours)

Belfast Political Murals - Dunluce Castle - Giant's Causeway - Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge - Antrim Coast

This tour takes you far from Dublin to the very northern coast of Ireland. On the way you will take a short drive through the city of Belfast to visit the political murals and hear about the armed conflict and the peace after "The Troubles". Your first stop upon reaching the stunning Antrim Coast is Duunluce Castle The limestone cliffs of the White Rocks end abruptly against a dark basalt outcrop which is majestically crowned by Dunluce Castle joined to the mainland by an arched walkway. Underneath lies the Mermaid's Cave with its legend of a lost soldier taken to the deep by a beautiful mermaid, other stories tell of smugglers and Spanish treasure being hauled from boats in the secrecy of the cave.

Travelling further north you will visit the wonderful Giants Causeway formed millions of years ago from cooling lava from an underwater volcano and leaving 40000 basalt columns for us to wonder at. The Giants Causeway was included on the World Heritage site list in November 1986. It is on the list as both a cultural and natural site, one of only 25 in the world to achieve this status. Next stop is the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge for more spectacular scenery before returning to Dublin along the stunning Antrim Coast passing through small villages and towns along the way.

1-6 people €600. Entrance fees and lunch not included.

All tours listed on this page start at 08.00h.

Prices are per group size indicated.

You would be collected from and returned to your hotel.





Newgrange, Belfast and Titanic Exhibition tour (10 hours)

You would take the road north for Belfast stopping along the way to visit the magnificent 5000-year-old burial tomb at Newgrange. You will learn how people built these incredible structures with the most limited of technologies. The tour will take you into the central chamber of the tomb itself. Newgrange is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is Ireland's premier historical site.

Then onto the city of Belfast for a panoramic tour of the city, taking in the industrial heritage of the city and the re birth of the city after the armed conflict known as "The Troubles". Visit the political murals on both sides of the community and hear about the conflict and the road to peace. Have lunch in one of the fine pubs they have on offer in Belfast. You will finish up your day with a visit to the famous and impressive Titanic Exhibiton. The Titanic was built in the Harland and Wolf shipyards and the Titanic Exhibition brings the history of the ship and her story to life.

1-6 people €500. Entrance fees and lunch not included.

All tours listed on this page start at 08.00h.

Prices are per group size indicated.

You would be collected from and returned to your hotel.






Driving Services

Tour Dublin also offers drive only services. Airport transfers, concert/sporting event collect and return, conferences and weddings. Please contact us for further information.