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Wicked 2018

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Sat, Jul 21st 7pm
Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Grand Canal Square
Dublin,
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Anna Burch

This week Music Rock
Thu, Jul 19th 8pm
Upstairs At Whelans
Wexford Street
Dublin,
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The Academic

This week Music Pop
Fri, Jul 20th 6pm
Iveagh Gardens
Clonmel Street
Dublin,
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Copper Face Jacks The Musical

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Fri, Jul 20th 8pm
Olympia Theatre
73 Dame Street
Dublin,

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Shore Excursion: Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, and The Burren Tour from Galway

Tours Galway
$81

Join this spectacular journey along the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the iconic Cliffs of Moher. See medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches, graveyards, drystone walls, quays, harbours, ponies, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two!

Driving along the coast of Clare, witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline. Board the ferry in Doolin for Inisheer, the smallest and nearest of the Gaeltacht Aran Islands. Keep an eye out for local bottlenose dolphins that occasionally follow the ferry. On Inisheer, explore ancient castles, churches, narrow lanes, stone walls and deserted white sand beaches. 

The return ferry takes you on a guided scenic cruise beneath the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. Returning to Doolin, you go to the top of the Cliffs of Moher where you can take a stroll along the Cliffs. Departing the Cliffs you return to Galway.

You depart Galway in the morning with your local trained driver guide who will take you on a unique journey along the Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the Cliffs of Moher. Heading towards the ferry departure point at the fishing village of Doolin you will pass through the picturesque villages of Clarenbridge, Kilcolgan, Ballindereen, Kinvara and Ballyvaughan.

Along the way you will see medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches and graveyards, dry stone walls, quays and harbours, ponies, horses, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two.

Turning right at Ballyvaughan, your local driver guide will take you south following the Wild Atlantic Way along the coast of Clare, via Black Head (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point), Fanore Strand (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point) and the baby cliffs of Ballyreen.
From here you can witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline of Ireland, this is the Wild Atlantic Way.

At approx. 11am you will be in Doolin to board the ferry for Inisheer, the smallest and nearest of the Gaeltacht Aran Islands. The three Aran Islands are three limestone rocky outcrops that lock in Galway Bay, consisting of Inishmore (Inis Mor), Inishmaan (Inis Meain) and Inisheer (Inis Oirr).

During the 30-minute ferry crossing, keep an eye out for a local bottlenose dolphin that occasionally follows the ferry as it approaches the Island. Once on Inisheer, you'll have time to yourself to explore the ancient castles and churches, follow narrow lanes between stone walls and deserted white sand beaches. It's perfectly possible to explore the whole Island by hiring a bicycle or even a pony and trap.

The return ferry to Doolin takes you on a guided scenic cruise beneath the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. From here you get an amazing view of the 214m high, 8 km long Cliffs of Moher (Wild Atlantic Way – Signature Point). As they say around here, “From the Cliffs you see the sea but from the sea you see the Cliffs.”

Then, arrive at the top of the Cliffs of Moher. Re-board the coach and your local, your driver/guide will take you to the top of the Cliffs of Moher for a minimum 1-hour stop. Entry fee to the Cliffs and the eco-friendly visitors centre, the Atlantic Edge, is included. Have a stroll along the summit of the Cliffs and take in the amazing views of the huge ocean and sky.

Depart Cliffs of Moher, return to Galway via Lisdoonvarna, home to the world famous matchmaking festival held every September and once again through the limestone, glacio-karst landscape that makes up the Burren.

At approx. 6.30pm arrive Galway city to initial departure point.

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Shore Excursion: 3-hour Connemara Sea Kayaking Adventure from Cleggan

Tours Galway
$98

Come explore the wilds of the Connemara coastline along the majestic Wild Atlantic Way, on this half-day, guided kayak tour. Experience kayaking into unique sea caves in Connemara, then journey through sea arches, and visit the local salmon farms to see the variety of marine wildlife in the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Witness the outstanding surrounding scenery, sea life, white sandy beaches, and crystal-clear water ideal for kayaking and snorkeling. Snorkeling gear is available so you can have a look for yourself at the beauty of the underwater world. If you're lucky, you may get to see the seals or dolphins swimming below! 

Experience kayaking into unique sea caves in Connemara, through sea arches and visit the local salmon farms and see the variety of marine wildlife in the mighty Atlantic Ocean.

You have a choice between morning and afternoon sessions. For the session meet at the agreed destination point (directions and maps will be supplied after booking) at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. This will give you time to meet the other participants and to change into wet suit and buoyancy aid for the trip. The group will then set off under the leadership of an experienced guide.

You will be provided with all the necessary equipment including sit on top kayaks, paddles, wet suits, buoyancy aids and snorkeling gear. All you need to bring are your swimming togs, a towel and a pair of trainers you don't mind getting wet.

Your guide will take you to see magnificent scenery from a sea level view. Depending on which location is chosen for the day this could include sea caves and arches and pristine white sandy beaches. Close encounters with wild life are also common features including, dolphins, seals and the occasional basking shark!

After approximately two hours on the water the group will return to the departure point to change and exchange stories about their kayaking adventure!

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Guided walking and cultural history day tour of Padraic Pearse's Cottage and Derrigimlagh in Connemara

Tours Galway
$574

Discover three fascinating sites of international historical significance walking the wild and rugged landscapes of breathtakingly scenic Connemara, with a local tour and walking guide. These sites are combined into two new Signature points on the Wild Atlantic Way route.

The first Signature point is Pearse's Cottage at the Connemara Cultural Centre in Rosmuc. Patrick Pearse was one of the leaders of the 1916 Rising. This Signature point is situated in a Gaeltacht area in Connemara, where you can still hear the Irish language spoken today. Take a looped walk with our local guide to explore the fascinating history, culture and landscapes of this area.

Then break for lunch at your own cost at a local eatery, sampling freshly made local foods.

Travel on your own onto the second Signature point of Derrigimlagh, which combines two sites of historical importance - this is where Marconi set up the world's first permanent transatlantic radio station and Alcock and Brown were the first pilots to fly non-stop across the Atlantic, before crash landing (safely) in Derrigimlagh bog. Take another guided looped walk with our local guide to explore this well interpreted area.

Own transport for return with an optional stop in the market town Clifden-known as the ‘capital' of Connemara or take the very scenic drive up Sky Road, just outside Clifden.

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Shore Excursion: Guided Beach Horse Riding Excursion: Wild Atlantic Way Connemara

Tours Galway
$209
Ride Connemara's golden beaches on horseback! Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way is carved out with bays and inlets dispersed with islands all along its rugged shoreline. Megalithic tombs dot the shore, a natural rugged landscape continually carved out by Atlantic storms.

This equestrian escape offers premier horse riding excursions from one to four hours, across beaches, to islands (when the tide is right) and along quiet country lanes. All treks are suitable for the beginner to advanced riders and include a short assessment before venturing out. Depending on numbers you will be accompanied by one or more guides, so when the ride gets to the beach the experienced riders can cantor and gallop while the novices are kept safely in walk or trot.

After arriving in Cleggan village (transport not included) customers are advised to make their way to the riding centre at the entrance of Cleggan village, where you will present your voucher at reception. Then you will gear up for the ride - hats and boots will be supplied by the riding centre. Make sure you bring appropriate rain and wind gear.

In the arena you will meet your guides and your horse for the day and the guides will make sure that you feel comfortable and safe.
After a short assessment you will leave for the first pony trek towards the beautiful Omey Beach and Omey Island. The guide will lead you offroad, where you will pass Courthoor Lough and you can see some famous Connemara Ponys in the fields. 

Arriving in Claddaghduff, you are right on the Wild Atlantic Way and you will make your way to one of the Wild Atlantic Way Signature Points - Omey Island, which is a designated Special Area of Conservation. On the beautiful Omey Beach you have the chance to take pictures and depending on your level of experience you can canter or gallop across the white strand. Novices are kept safely in walk and trot. Then you cross Omey Beach the guide leads you to the other side of Omey Island, where you have a fantastic view over the wild Atlantic. Then you make your way back to Omey Beach, where the horses can cool themselves while riding through the sea.
After this you depart Omey Beach and rideback to the riding centre and dismount.

A recommended meal stop would be the Oliver's - Cleggan village's famous Seafood Bar overlooking the harbour (lunch at own expense).

After lunch you will meet with your guides again at the riding centre and depart for the second ride. This time the guides lead you through the village towards Selerna Beach. It is a scenic cresent shape sandy beach, which looks towards Inishbofin Island to the west and the mouth of Cleggan Bay to the east. Stroll, trot or gallop across this quiet WIld Atlantic Way shoreline. There is a megalithic wedgetomb up on the field to the right of the beach. Spend some moments appreciating the  Atlantic Ocean and islands beyond, before turning back along the backroads with its many horses, cows and sheep in the fields and the magnificient Twelve Bens mountain range in the background.

Then, make your way back to the riding centre where you dismount again and this is where your tour ends.

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Shore Excursion: Full-day Connemara National Park Self-Guided Tour from Galway

Tours Galway
$35

This self-guided 1-day tour gives you an opportunity to explore a variety of nature walks in Connemara National Park located on the stunning Wild Atlantic Way route. The park covers some 2.957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. The Park's mountain's, namely Benbaun, Bencullagh, Benbrack and Muckanaght, are part of the famous 12 Bens mountain range. The Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate, to the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who enjoy their walking.

Connemara National Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate and also includes the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who are very serious about their walking. Spend a wonderful day outdoors and breathe in the pure, fresh Connemara air. The park also have a wonderful playground for smaller children. The playground features a variety of wooden equipment including see-saws, slides, chin-up bars, tunnel & playhouses. There are picnic tables with views of Diamond Hill and small woodlands are alongside the playground.

Arrive at Connemara National Park in Letterfrack in the morning and view an exhibition on the Connemara Landscape (multi-lingual) before experiencing an interesting Audio Visual Show (multi-lingual) at the visitor center.

After that explore the park and you can choose to walk any of the following nature trails: 0.5 km/0.3 miles - Ellis Wood Nature Trail, 1.5 km/0.6 miles - Sruffounboy Walk, 3.0 km/1.9 miles - Lower Diamond Hill Walk, and 3.7 km/2.3 miles - Upper Diamond Hill Walk.

With this package you get a voucher to have lunch at the Connemara National Park Tea Room, situated in the park. The lunch consists of a delicious homemade Soup of the Day, served with homemade brown bread, plus a freshly made sandwich (plain or toasted), with two fillings of your choice and tea or coffee.

After lunch it's suggested walking up Diamond Hill. The hike takes approximately 3 hours. On the various walks you can discover the parks fauna and flora. Western blanket bog and heath land are the predominant vegetation types to be found in the Park. Heather covers the mountain sides, with ling, cross-leaved heath and bell heather all very prevalent. Insectivorous plants form an integral part of the bog community. Sundews and butterworts trap and digest insects with their leaves to gain nutrients, which are in short supply in the bogs. Rare plant species from the colder areas of Europe and the Arctic may be found high up in the mountains, such as roseroot, purple and starry saxifrages, lesser twayblade, and mountain sorrel.

The bird life of the Park is varied and includes Meadow pipits, skylarks, stonechats, chaffinches, robins and wrens. Birds of prey are sometimes seen, usually kestrel and sparrowhawk, with merlin and peregrine falcon making occasional visits. Wild Red deer can be seen occasionally too. Rabbits, foxes, stoats, shrews, and bats are often observed at night. The largest mammal in the Park is the Connemara Pony. Although a domestic animal this pony is very much part of the Connemara countryside.

When you reach the top of the Diamond Hill you will witness stunning views across the National Park across to the 12 Bens mountain range, the village Letterfrack and the many islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Before ending the route breathe in the purest air of the wild west of Ireland!

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Full-day Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, and Wild Atlantic Way Tour from Galway

Multiday Tour Galway
$81

Join this spectacular journey along the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the iconic Cliffs of Moher. See medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches, graveyards, drystone walls, quays, harbours, ponies, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two!

Driving along the coast of Clare, witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline. Board the ferry in Doolin for Inisheer, the smallest and nearest of the Gaeltacht Aran Islands. Keep an eye out for local bottlenose dolphins that occasionally follow the ferry. On Inisheer, explore ancient castles, churches, narrow lanes, stone walls and deserted white sand beaches. 

The return ferry takes you on a guided scenic cruise beneath the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. Returning to Doolin, you go to the top of the Cliffs of Moher where you can take a stroll along the Cliffs. Departing the Cliffs you return to Galway.

You depart Galway in the morning with your local trained driver guide who will take you on a unique journey along the Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the Cliffs of Moher. Heading towards the ferry departure point at the fishing village of Doolin you will pass through the picturesque villages of Clarenbridge, Kilcolgan, Ballindereen, Kinvara and Ballyvaughan.

Along the way you will see Medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches and graveyards, dry stone walls, quays and harbours, ponies, horses, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two.

Turning right at Ballyvaughan, your local, driver guide will take you south following the Wild Atlantic Way along the coast of Clare, via Black Head (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point), Fanore Strand (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point) and the baby cliffs of Ballyreen.
From here you can witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline of Ireland, this is the Wild Atlantic Way.

At approx. 11am you will be in Doolin to board the ferry for Inisheer, the smallest and nearest of the Gaeltacht Aran Islands. The three Aran Islands are three limestone rocky outcrops that lock in Galway Bay, consisting of Inishmore (Inis Mor), Inishmaan (Inis Meain) and Inisheer (Inis Oirr).

During the 30-minute ferry crossing, keep an eye out for a local bottlenose dolphin that occasionally follows the ferry as it approaches the Island. Once on Inisheer, you'll have time to yourself to explore the ancient castles and churches, follow narrow lanes between stone walls and deserted white sand beaches. It's perfectly possible to explore the whole Island by hiring a bicycle or even a pony and trap.

The return ferry to Doolin takes you on a guided scenic cruise beneath the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. From here you get an amazing view of the 214m high, 8 km long Cliffs of Moher (Wild Atlantic Way – Signature Point). As they say around here “From the Cliffs you see the sea but from the sea you see the Cliffs.”

Then, arrive at the top of the Cliffs of Moher. Re-board the coach and your local, your driver/guide will take you to the top of the Cliffs of Moher for a minimum 1 hour stop. Entry fee to the Cliffs and the eco-friendly visitors centre, the Atlantic Edge, is included. Have a stroll along the summit of the Cliffs and take in the amazing views of the huge ocean and sky.

Depart Cliffs of Moher, return to Galway via Lisdoonvarna, home to the world famous matchmaking festival held every September and once again through the limestone, glacio-karst landscape that makes up the Burren.

At approx. 6.30pm arrive Galway city to initial departure point.

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Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Galway

Multiday Tour Galway
$36
Leave Galway and head to the incredible Cliffs of Moher that sit on Europe's most westerly tip! Traveling south by luxury coach, pass quaint coastal towns and villages like Kinvara and Doolin, and see attractions steeped in history such as Dunguaire Castle. Travel through the lunar landscape that's known as the Burren and then spend two hours at leisure walking around the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Cliffs of Moher.

Leave Galway and head southwest on board your luxury coach in the direction of the world-famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. Traveling along scenic coastal roads, your tour stops to visit cute fishing villages and historic sites as you go. First stop is in Kinvara, a pretty fishing village known for its star attraction – Dunguaire Castle. Stroll around it outside with your guide and hear tales of its impressive history that dates back to the 16th century.

Continue your journey through Burren National Park – or simply ‘the Burren' – and marvel at its utterly intriguing landscape, with rolling hills covered with limestone rocks. The park is home to numerous ancient monuments like the Poulnabrone Dolmen, which is said to be the most photographed Megalithic monument in the country, and the little-known Ballyalban Fairy Fort.

Just outside the town of Kilfenora, stop and hop off your coach to see some Celtic crosses, and learn about their history and symbolism from your guide. The tiny coastal village of Doolin is nearby, and lunch takes place here, in one of the town's legendary pubs -- Gus O'Connors -- that's famous for its traditional Irish music and great food.

Your afternoon is spent at the stunning Cliffs of Moher, and it's sure to be the highlight of your day. With approximately two hours to spend here at your leisure, walk around enjoying unforgettable views over the Atlantic Ocean and the Aran Islands. Featured in classic movies like The Princess Bride and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the cliffs are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and perfect for a bracing walk with unforgettable scenery.

Return to Galway via the coastal roads, enjoying one last break for a walk on the Burren.

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Walking Inishbofin Island 1 day self guided Connemara coast Wild Atlantic Way

Multiday Tour Galway
$79

Come explore magical Inishbofin (Island of the White Cow) off the coast of Connemara along the Wild Atlantic Way. Inishbofin has become the first Irish island to receive an international ecotourism award.

Board the ferry at the small fishing village of Cleggan and take in the spectacular land and seascapes as you sail to this small island. Walk the short distance from the ferry to the hotel, and enjoy some freshly brewed tea/coffee and freshly made homemade scones while watching a short video about the island explaining the fascinating heritage, history and geology of the island in brief. Then go for an invigorating self guided walk, with maps provided around the scenic Westquarter Loop.

Inishbofin has a selection of official looped walks, two Green Coast awarded beaches, a dive centre, an equestrian centre,  bicycle hire and many more activities and sites to see. The island is a great place for bird watching and the corncrake can be heard here every year. Return to the hotel for delicious homemade soup and sandwiches before boarding the ferry back to the mainland.

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Full-day Cliffs of Moher and Wild Atlantic Way Tour from Galway

Multiday Tour Galway
$57

This breathtaking tour gives you a minimum 5-hour stop at the iconic Cliffs of Moher, to walk, photograph, explore or quite simply to relax and enjoy a day at this world famous site. Departing from Galway city, your fully trained local driver/guide will take you on a scenic journey along the Wild Atlantic Way route, through the the unique lunar landscape of the Burren, passing through picturesque villages of county Clare enroute.

Turing right at the village of Ballyvaughan, your driver guide will take you south via BlackHead lighthouse, Fanore Strand and the shorter cliffs of Ballyreen. At the Cliffs of Moher, your driver/guide will present you with your ticket to the Cliffs of Moher visitor centre on the Atlantic Edge. Have a stroll along the summit of the Cliffs and take in the amazing views of the huge ocean and sky.

Return to Galway via Lisdoonvarna and once again through the limestone, glacio-karst landscape that makes up the beautiful Burren.

Departing Galway city in the morning, you will receive detailed directions to the meet point upon booking. This unique tour gives you a minimum 5-hour stop at the Cliffs of Moher. (Wild Atlantic Way – Signature Point). If you're into walking, photography, exploring or quite simply wish to take your time and enjoy a day at the world famous Cliffs of Moher, this is the tour for you. Your local driver guide will take you on a scenic journey along the Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the Cliffs of Moher. Heading towards the Cliffs of Moher you will pass through the picturesque villages of Clarenbridge, Kilcolgan, Ballindereen, Kinvara, Ballyvaughan and Doolin.

Along the way you will see Medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches and graveyards, dry stone walls, quays and harbours, ponies, horses, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two! Turing right at Ballyvaughan, your local driver guide will take you south following the Wild Atlantic Way along the coast of Clare, via BlackHead (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point) lighthouse, Fanore Strand (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point) and the baby cliffs of Ballyreen. From here you can witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline of Ireland, this is the Wild Atlantic Way.

Just before midday, you will arrive at the Cliffs of Moher where your local, driver guide will present you with your complimentary ticket to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre: the Atlantic Edge. Now you'll have a minimum of 5 hours to spend as you wish at the Cliffs of Moher.

At approx. 4.30pm you will depart Cliffs of Moher and return to Galway via Lisdoonvarna, home to the world famous matchmaking festival held every September and once again through the limestone, glacio-karst landscape that makes up the Burren.

At 6.30pm you will arrive back to Galway city and the initial departure point.

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Full-day Wild Atlantic Way Horseback Riding Excursion from Galway

Multiday Tour Galway
$209
Experience the Wild Atlantic Way on horseback for a unique way to explore Connemara's beautiful landscapes, historical sites, beaches, and sea views. On this 3-hour tour to Omey Island and across Omey Beach at low tide, you will discover the geology and natural history of the region with a local horse riding guide. Treks are suitable for beginner to advanced horseback riders and include a short assessment of your skills before you head out from the riding center. After a break for lunch, you will take a second ride. When booking, select the option that either includes or does not include bus transportation from Galway to the village of Cleggan.

Depending on the option selected when booking, your tour starts in either Galway for bus transportation to Cleggan or in Cleggan itself. If you're starting in Galway, take the bus in the morning to Cleggan, where you'll make your way to the riding center at the entrance to the village.

No matter which option you select, when you arrive at the riding center, you'll gear up for your ride with provided boots and hat; make sure you're wearing appropriate clothing and outerwear for the weather, such as rain and wind. Then head to the horse arena to meet your guide and your horse for the day; your guide will make sure you feel comfortable and safe and evaluate your skills before leaving for your ride to beautiful Omey Beach and Omey Island. Follow your guide off-road, where you will pass Courthoor Lough and can see Connemara ponies in the fields.

Arriving in Claddaghduff, you'll be right on the Wild Atlantic Way, making your way to one of the Signature Points, Omey Island, a designated Special Area of Conservation. On Omey Beach, you have the chance to take pictures and, depending on your level of experience, you can canter or gallop across the white strand; beginners are kept safely in a walk or trot. Then cross Omey Beach, following your guide to the other side of the island, where you have a fantastic view over the Atlantic coast.

Next, make your way back to Omey Beach, where the horses can cool themselves while riding through the sea. Then depart Omey Beach and ride back to the riding center to dismount your horse. You'll have a break for lunch (own expense; one recommendation is Oliver´s, a seafood bar in Cleggan overlooking the harbor.

After lunch, meet your guide again at the riding center and depart on your second ride. This time, head through the village toward Selerna Beach, a scenic, crescent-shaped stretch of sand that looks toward Inishbofin Island to the west and the mouth of Cleggan Bay to the east. Walk, trot, or gallop across this quiet WIld Atlantic Way shoreline, admiring a megalithic wedgetomb up on the field to the right of the beach. Spend some time appreciating the ocean views and islands beyond before turning back along the back roads, with their many horses, cows, and sheep in the fields and the Twelve Bens mountain range in the background.

Return to the riding center, where your horseback riding adventure ends. For the Galway return option, catch the bus back to the city in the early evening.

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Irish Whiskey Tour of Galway

Booze Tour Galway
$59

On your Whiskey Trail Galway small group tour, you will experience excellent Irish whiskey in the most famous pubs in the world. There is nothing better than an Irish pub, a perfect place to relax, unwind and experience Irish whiskey. With your local guide, you will get to taste the real flavor of Ireland. This tour requires a minium of 4 travelers to book, with a maximum of 15 travelers. 

Meet your local guide in the infamous An Pucan Whiskey Bar. An Pucan is a very friendly, traditional Irish venue and the perfect setting for an intro to the history of Irish whiskey. Here we start the proceedings with two local Irish whiskeys. After this the venues are kept a secret which is part of the excitement.

Bar number 2 is a short walk away, your next whiskey bar awaits for two more beautiful Irish whiskeys.

To finish off proceedings we'll take a stroll through our historic streets to our last venue. Now it's time to enjoy two more tipples of Irish whiskeys.

From here who know's where the night will take you but you'll be sure to go home with a smile on your face, great stories and some great memories. Taste handpicked uniquely Irish whiskeys see below for an example:

The Whiskey Trail - Galway Experience

  • Connemara Peated Malt - Single Peated Malt
  • Jameson The Coopers Croze
  • Red Brest 12 year
  • Wild Geese - Single Malt
  • Teeling Single Grain - Single Grain Whiskey
  • Jameson Black Barrel - Blended Pot still Whiskey

The Whiskey Trail - Galway Deluxe

  • Conemerra 22
  • Tullamore Dew 15 year
  • Bushmills 16 year
  • Powers Johns Lane
  • Knappogue 16
  • Yellow Spot - Pot Still Whiskey



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The Backpacker Pubcrawl - Dublin

Booze Tour Dublin
$14
Join this tour for the most insane, most enjoyable pub crawl in Dublin. Join a local guide as they take you to authentic Irish bars and show you how to party like the Irish.

With more than a thousand pubs in this little city, Dublin may be the best place in the world for a Pub Crawl and we believe we do Pub Crawls best! We take great pride in bringing you to the best pubs and clubs where us fun-lovin' locals go, giving you unbeatable value, exclusive savings and ensuring you have a fantastic night out in our city.

We'll start our night out from the Mercantile pub on Dame street at 8pm, you can sign up from 8pm to 9pm and get your welcome Guinness while you listen to some of the best live music in Dublin city. After that it's time to visit 3 more local Irish pubs where you'll get more free drinks, listen to fantastic live Irish music, and join your fellow backpackers to play beer pong and flip cup before we move to our last stop, one of the hottest and more popular clubs in Dublin, where you'll skip the line and get free entry!

The Backpacker Pubcrawl is Dublin's most popular tour among young travelers and recommended by the best hostels in the city so join us to meet new drinking-buddies & experience our famous Dublin nightlife like a local!

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Small Group Dublin Whiskey Tasting Tour with Local Guide

Booze Tour Dublin
$48

There is nothing better than an Irish pub - a perfect place to relax, unwind and experience Irish whiskey. On this 2.5-hour whiskey trail of Dublin, you will get to taste the real flavor of Ireland, as you enjoy some of the most famous pubs in the world on a walking tour. Choose from several tour options in order to create the perfect whiskey trail experience for you.

On this 2.5-hour Dublin whiskey trail you will get to taste the real flavor of Ireland, as you enjoy some of the most famous pubs in the world on a walking tour.

Your journey starts when you meet your local guide at the entrance to the Irish Whiskey Museum located in the heart of Dublin. From here you will head to Darky Kelly's, a very friendly, traditional Irish venue and the perfect setting for an intro to the history of Irish whiskey. Here, you'll start the proceedings with two local Irish whiskeys as your guide discusses the history and uniqueness behind each whiskey.

Next your guide will choose two additional pubs to take you. After departing Darky Kelly's, you'll travel to the next bar by foot while enjoying the sites and sounds of Dublin. Here you will have the opportunity to savor two more beautiful Irish whiskeys. To finish off the Whiskey Trail, you'll take a stroll through our historic streets to our last venue, where you will enjoy your final two tipples of whiskey.

All tours finish in the Temple Bar district in the heart of Dublin city, where you can continue the night on your own. You'll be sure to go home with a smile on your face, great stories and some great memories.

Choose from two different tour options (please see the Itinerary for the specific whiskey samples included in each option) in order to create the perfect whiskey trail experience for you.

Depending on your preferences, you can choose between two different itineraries:
Dublin Experience:

  • Connemara Peated Malt - Single Peated Malt
  • Jameson The Coopers Croze
  • Red Brest 12 year
  • Wild Geese - Single Malt
  • Teeling Single Grain - Single Grain Whiskey
  • Jameson Black Barrel - Blended Pot still Whiskey

Dublin Deluxe (paired with delicious local Irish produce including beautiful artisan Irish cheese, Irish soda bread, local seafood and Irish chocolates):

  • Conemerra 22
  • Tullamore Dew 15 year
  • Bushmills 16 year
  • Powers Johns Lane
  • Knappogue 16
  • Yellow Spot - Pot Still Whiskey
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Whiskey Tasting Tour of Dublin

Booze Tour Dublin
$59
Walk in the footsteps of Johnathan Swift, Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett around the beautiful and historic Trinity College Dublin. This 2-hour tour will visit 3 pubs and sample 5 premium Irish whiskies, always accompanied by a fully trained whiskey guide. Visit The Dingle Whiskey Bar, Bowes Lounge and The Palace Bar, home of Dublin's original Whiskey Society.

The tour will start in one of the city center's newest whiskey venues, The Dingle Whiskey Bar, which was purpose built to showcase Irish Whiskey. After this you will visit Bowes lounge, a legendary Irish pub.

Last but not least is a visit to the Palace Bar in Temple Bar. This bar is the spirit home of Irish Whiskey, and has such a rich history, with both Brendan Behan and Flann O'Brien treating it as their local.

You will taste premium whiskies in each of the three pubs. Each of the whiskies is hand picked by your expert whiskey guide in each establishment. You will also hear about the history of whiskey and of Ireland as well.

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Premium Whiskey and Food Tasting in Dublin

Booze Tour Dublin
$70
Nothing goes better with Irish food than a glass of Irish whiskey. During this 2-hour whiskey tasting tour, follow a guide through some of Dublin's classic whiskey pubs, while learning the history and culture behind artisinal Irish whiskey. Sip on five different samples of whiskey in popular Dublin venues, and pair them with Irish farmhouse cheese, soda bread, and chocolate. The small group tour ensures a personalized experience, and you'll finish in Dublin's Temple Bar all set for a night on the town.

You'll meet your expert whiskey guide at the popular Dingle Whiskey Bar, where you'll sample two different Irish whiskeys and pair the selections with cheese. 

From there your group will set out on foot through Dublin's historic streets, before tucking into Bowes Lounge to sample more premium whiskey. All of the whiskeys you taste on the tour have been hand-selected by your guide, who is exceptionally knowledgeable in Irish history and can offer some insight as to how the drink has evolved throughout the years. 

The final stop on this whiskey tour is The Palace Bar in Temple Bar, where you'll sample two exceptionally smooth whiskeys and pair them with bite-sized chocolates. From here you'll say goodbye to your guide and enjoy a night on the town.

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Guided Beach Horse Riding Excursion: Wild Atlantic Way Connemara

Adventure Clifden
$209
Ride Connemara's golden beaches on horseback! Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way is carved out with bays and inlets dispersed with islands all along its rugged shoreline. Megalithic tombs dot the shore, a natural rugged landscape continually carved out by Atlantic storms.

This equestrian escape offers premier horse riding excursions from one to four hours, across beaches, to islands (when the tide is right) and along quiet country lanes. All treks are suitable for the beginner to advanced riders and include a short assessment before venturing out. Depending on numbers you will be accompanied by one or more guides, so when the ride gets to the beach the experienced riders can cantor and gallop while the novices are kept safely in walk or trot.

After arriving in Cleggan village (transport not included) customers are advised to make their way to the riding centre at the entrance of Cleggan village, where you will present your voucher at reception. Then you will gear up for the ride - hats and boots will be supplied by the riding centre. Make sure you bring appropriate rain and wind gear.

In the arena you will meet your guides and your horse for the day and the guides will make sure that you feel comfortable and safe.
After a short assessment you will leave for the first pony trek towards the beautiful Omey Beach and Omey Island. The guide will lead you offroad, where you will pass Courthoor Lough and you can see some famous Connemara Ponys in the fields. 

Arriving in Claddaghduff, you are right on the Wild Atlantic Way and you will make your way to one of the Wild Atlantic Way Signature Points - Omey Island, which is a designated Special Area of Conservation. On the beautiful Omey Beach you have the chance to take pictures and depending on your level of experience you can canter or gallop across the white strand. Novices are kept safely in walk and trot. Then you cross Omey Beach the guide leads you to the other side of Omey Island, where you have a fantastic view over the wild Atlantic. Then you make your way back to Omey Beach, where the horses can cool themselves while riding through the sea.
After this you depart Omey Beach and rideback to the riding centre and dismount.

A recommended meal stop would be the Oliver's - Cleggan village's famous Seafood Bar overlooking the harbour (lunch at own expense).

After lunch you will meet with your guides again at the riding centre and depart for the second ride. This time the guides lead you through the village towards Selerna Beach. It is a scenic cresent shape sandy beach, which looks towards Inishbofin Island to the west and the mouth of Cleggan Bay to the east. Stroll, trot or gallop across this quiet WIld Atlantic Way shoreline. There is a megalithic wedgetomb up on the field to the right of the beach. Spend some moments appreciating the  Atlantic Ocean and islands beyond, before turning back along the backroads with its many horses, cows and sheep in the fields and the magnificient Twelve Bens mountain range in the background.

Then, make your way back to the riding centre where you dismount again and this is where your tour ends.

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Half-Day Tour: Connemara Wild Atlantic Way Guided Beach Horseback Ride from Galway

Adventure Clifden
$130
Explore a unique Connemara island beach on horseback and experience the thrill of beach horse riding along the Wild Atlantic Way on this popular 3-hour equestrian escape. This Omey Island trek is punctuated by dramatic land and seascapes, historical sites, wild rugged landscapes and islands flung out to sea. Treks are suitable for beginner to advanced riders and includes a short assessment before leaving with up to 2 local guides. Depending on your level of experience you can canter or gallop across the white strand. Novices are kept safely in walk and trot.

After arriving in Cleggan village (transport not included in this package), make your way to the riding centre at the entrance of Cleggan village, where you will present your voucher at reception. Then you will gear up for the ride - hats and boots will be supplied by the riding centre. Make sure you bring appropriate rain and wind gear.

In the arena you will meet your guides and your horse for the day. The guides will make sure that you feel comfortable and safe. After a short assessment you will leave for the pony trek towards the beautiful Omey Beach and Omey Island. The guide will lead you off road, where you will pass Courthoor Lough and you can see some famous Connemara Ponies in the fields.

Arriving in Claddaghduff, you are right on the Wild Atlantic Way and will make your way to one of the Wild Atlantic Way Signature Points - Omey Island, which is a designated Special Area of Conservation. On the beautiful Omey Beach you have the chance to take pictures and depending on your level of experience you can canter or gallop across the white strand. Novices are kept safely in walk and trot. Then you cross Omey Beach the guide will lead you to the other side of Omey Island, where you have a fantastic view over the wild Atlantic. Then you make your way back to Omey Beach, where the horses can cool themselves while riding through the sea.

Depart Omey Beach and ride back to the riding centre to dismount at the conclusion of your memorable horseback riding experience.

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Shore Excursion: Connemara Wild Atlantic Way Sea Kayaking Adventure

Adventure Galway
$98

Come explore the wilds of the Connemara coastline along the majestic Wild Atlantic Way, on this invigorating half-day guided scenic kayak tour. Experience kayaking into unique sea caves in Connemara, through sea arches and visit the local salmon farms and see the variety of marine wildlife in the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Witness the outstanding surrounding scenery, sea life, white sandy beaches and crystal clear water ideal for kayaking and snorkeling. Snorkeling gear is available so you can have a look for yourself at the beauty of the under water world. If you're lucky you may get to see the seals or dolphins swimming below! 

Experience kayaking into unique sea caves in Connemara, through sea arches and visit the local salmon farms and see the variety of marine wildlife in the mighty Atlantic Ocean.

You have a choice between morning and afternoon sessions. For the session, meet at the agreed destination point (directions and maps will be supplied after booking) at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. This will give you time to meet the other participants and to change into wet suit and buoyancy aid for the trip. The group will then set off under the leadership of an experienced guide.

You will be provided with all the necessary equipment including sit-on-top kayaks, paddles, wet suits, buoyancy aids, and snorkeling gear.

Your guide will take you to see magnificent scenery from a sea level view. Depending on which location is chosen for the day, this could include sea caves and arches and pristine white sandy beaches. You might even catch sight of wildlife such as dolphins, seals, and the occasional basking shark.

After approximately two hours on the water the group will return to the departure point to change and exchange stories about their kayaking adventure.

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Connemara Sea Kayaking Adventure along the Wild Atlantic Way

Adventure Galway
$98

Come explore the wilds of the Connemara coastline along the majestic Wild Atlantic Way, on this invigorating half-day guided scenic kayak tour. Experience kayaking into unique sea caves in Connemara, through sea arches and visit the local salmon farms and see the variety of marine wildlife in the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Witness the outstanding surrounding scenery, sea life, white sandy beaches and crystal clear water ideal for kayaking and snorkeling. Snorkeling gear is available so you can have a look for yourself at the beauty of the under water world. If you're lucky you may get to see the seals or dolphins swimming below! 

Experience kayaking into unique sea caves in Connemara, through sea arches and visit the local salmon farms and see the variety of marine wildlife in the mighty Atlantic Ocean.

You have a choice between morning and afternoon sessions. For the session meet at the agreed destination point (directions and maps will be supplied after booking) at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. This will give you time to meet the other participants and to change into wet suit and buoyancy aid for the trip. The group will then set off under the leadership of an experienced guide.

You will be provided with all the necessary equipment including sit on top kayaks, paddles, wet suits, buoyancy aids and snorkeling gear. All you need to bring are your swimming togs, a towel and a pair of trainers you don't mind getting wet.

Your guide will take you to see magnificent scenery from a sea level view. Depending on which location is chosen for the day this could include sea caves and arches and pristine white sandy beaches. Close encounters with wild life are also common features including, dolphins, seals and the occasional basking shark!

After approximately two hours on the water the group will return to the departure point to change and exchange stories about their kayaking adventure!

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Day Tour: Connemara Wild Atlantic Way Guided Beach Horseback Ride from Galway

Adventure Galway
$209
Experience the Wild Atlantic Way on horseback for a unique way to explore Connemara's beautiful landscapes, historical sites, beaches, and sea views. On a 3-hour tour to Omey Island and across Omey Beach at low tide, you'll discover the geology and natural history of the region with a guide. Treks are suitable for beginner to advanced horseback riders and include a short assessment of your skills before you head out from the riding center. After a break for lunch, you'll take a second ride. When booking, select the option that either includes or does not include bus transportation from Galway to the village of Cleggan.

Depending on the option selected when booking, your tour starts in either Galway for bus transportation to Cleggan or in Cleggan itself. If you're starting in Galway, take the bus in the morning to Cleggan, where you'll make your way to the riding center at the entrance to the village.

No matter which option you select, when you arrive at the riding center, you'll gear up for your ride with provided boots and hat; make sure you're wearing appropriate clothing and outerwear for the weather, such as rain and wind. Then head to the horse arena to meet your guide and your horse for the day; your guide will make sure you feel comfortable and safe and evaluate your skills before leaving for your ride to beautiful Omey Beach and Omey Island. Follow your guide off-road, where you will pass Courthoor Lough and can see Connemara ponies in the fields.

Arriving in Claddaghduff, you'll be right on the Wild Atlantic Way, making your way to one of the Signature Points, Omey Island, a designated Special Area of Conservation. On Omey Beach, you have the chance to take pictures and, depending on your level of experience, you can canter or gallop across the white strand; beginners are kept safely in a walk or trot. Then cross Omey Beach, following your guide to the other side of the island, where you have a fantastic view over the Atlantic coast.

Next, make your way back to Omey Beach, where the horses can cool themselves while riding through the sea. Then depart Omey Beach and ride back to the riding center to dismount your horse. You'll have a break for lunch (own expense; one recommendation is Oliver´s, a seafood bar in Cleggan overlooking the harbor.

After lunch, meet your guide again at the riding center and depart on your second ride. This time, head through the village toward Selerna Beach, a scenic, crescent-shaped stretch of sand that looks toward Inishbofin Island to the west and the mouth of Cleggan Bay to the east. Walk, trot, or gallop across this quiet WIld Atlantic Way shoreline, admiring a megalithic wedgetomb up on the field to the right of the beach. Spend some time appreciating the ocean views and islands beyond before turning back along the back roads, with their many horses, cows, and sheep in the fields and the Twelve Bens mountain range in the background.

Return to the riding center, where your horseback riding adventure ends. For the Galway return option, catch the bus back to the city in the early evening.

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Galway Food and Drink Walking Tour

Food Tours Galway
$72
This 3-hour Irish walking tour is Galway's friendliest food and drink tour. You will be able to join local guides who will show you all of the most popular and hidden Irish restaurants and traditional Irish pubs in Galway City. Enjoy a variety of traditional and modern dishes, Irish beers, Irish coffees and local produce. Your maximum group size will be 18 people total, two tour times to choose from, and you (and your group) will need to be a minimum age of 18 to participate. This is a great way to catch up with old friends and make some new friends along the way! Come and meet the locals.

Meet your local guide in the center of Galway City at the Hotel Meyrick, near Eyre Square. You will visit 3 uniquely Irish venues such as An Pucan, Garvey's, and the famous Spanish Arch. You will be able to taste a selection of local Irish food and drinks in each venue which is all included in the tour. You will get a real flavor of Irish cuisine from home made Irish stew, local cheeses, and seafood while washing them down with Guinness and Galway Bay Brews. You wont leave this tour hungry! Don't drink beer? Don't worry, the local operator can accommodate most requests. Please make sure to contact them before your tour.

This tour is not just about history, you will also learn what is happening in the city, where to go, and the best places to see. Explore a "Hidden side of Galway", from ancient Irish culture to the modern present day.

You will feel relaxed as the groups will be small in size, from 4 people (minimum) to 18 (maximum). Enough people to ensure you will have a fun few hours, but not too big that you won't have made some new friends along the way!

You will be guided by friendly tour guides who know Galway like the back of their hand, and can let you all in on some hidden secrets of the city along with recommendations off the beaten track. All of the restaurants were carefully chosen, as they sum up the fun and social aspect of what it is to be Irish. Some places you may know quite well or have heard of, but there are also a few hidden gems you may not have come across before.

In relation to walking distance, these tours are done at a leisurely pace, but comfortable footwear is highly recommended. High heels are possible, but maybe bring a pair of flat shoes in your handbag just in case.

Each tour is planned to be a unique and special experience. At the end, you will finish the tour in the Galway city center; your guides will help you with transportation or directions to wherever you want to go next.

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Galway Food Walking Tour

Food Tours Galway
$66
This 2-hour culinary walking tour of Galway provides an overview of the produce and people that make Galway one of Ireland's gourmet jewels. Meet artisan producers and sample their products with your guide, who offers insight into local favorites and their ingredients. Food and drink tastings from nine different purveyors plus a goodie bag are included. Min of 4 people needed to run the tour

Meet your foodie guide at McCambridge's of Galway and set off on a 2-hour culinary exploration around midday. Your guide leads food enthusiasts around Galway's finest food destinations. With plenty of stops for tastings along the way, it's enough food to add up to lunch.

Sample fresh sushi, fine cheese, Galway oysters (Saturday only), mouthwatering breads, and savory bites such as curry stews and falafels, as well as delicious sweet treats. Enjoy beer tasting at Galway's oldest pub and visit award-winning restaurants and cafés. Get to know Galway's food history and its people while soaking up the famed atmosphere of the 'City of the Tribes.'

Your guide is a Franco-Irish food and wine lover who studied culinary arts and wine. With more than 15 years in the food industry, she shares insider tips as well as her passion for Galway's talented local producers.

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Delicious Dublin Food Tour

Food Tours Dublin
$78

Our Delicious Dublin Tour is a great introduction to Dublin's modern food scene and current trends. We spend 3.5-hours eating our way around award-winning eateries and food shops across Dublin city centre. This tour will bring you ‘off the beaten track' showing you where the locals go. This tour is designed for both tourists as well as locals looking to learn about Ireland's contemporary food scene.


Delicious Dublin tour is an unmissable food experience in Ireland's capital city. Dublin has undergone a food revolution in recent years and our friendly, knowledgeable guides are passionate about sharing their insights about the contemporary food culture with tourists and locals alike.

The tour includes tastings and samples in eateries, food shops and cafes, including talks from a wide variety of business owners and foodies. You'll be introduced to Irish food history, learn about the best places to eat in the city and leave with a full stomach and even a little 'thank you' gift.

This tasting tour of Dublin takes place every Thursday and Saturday starting at 10:45am in a city centre location. Advanced booking is required for these small group tours of between 6 and 12 people. Tours last for an average of three hours and fifteen minutes and include around 3 km (approx. 1.7 miles) of walking. Most dietary requirements can be accommodated, just let the local provider know in advance. Make sure to bring comfortable shoes, sun glasses and a rain coat - it's Ireland and the tour goes ahead rain or shine.

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Tapas Walking Tour of Dublin

Food Tours Dublin
$72
A fun and exciting 3-hour guided walking tour of Dublin City for foodies. This is the best way to explore Dublin's most popular and hidden tapas restaurants. A great way to catch up with old friends and make some new friends along the way.

Meet your very own local guide in the center of Dublin City in late afternoon or evening. Visit 3 unique tapas-style restaurants, and sample food and wine in each venue which is included in the tour.

You will get a real flavor of Dublin's international cuisine. Each venue will serve you a spread of tapas style dishes. This tour is a modern twist on the traditional Spanish style of eating, drinking and socializing. The Restaurants you will visit are a fusion of Spanish, Greek, Cuban, Italian, Indonesian and even Moroccan. You wont leave hungry.

Sample a glass of red or white wine in each venue. Don't drink wine? Don't worry, most requests may be accommodated if informed ahead of time. This tour is not just about history, you'll also learn what is happening in Dublin, where to go and the best places to see. Be shown a hidden side of Dublin. You will explore the ancient Irish culture from the very modern right back into the city's mythological past.

Dublin is steep in romance and history, explore the atmosphere of its streets, restaurants, cafés and the casual ambiance of some of Dublin's hidden gems. Your guides aim to give you a flavor of Dublin. This tour will provide the perfect gathering of like minded people, relax and meet new friends or just unwind after work.

The tour will be guided by friendly tour guides who know Dublin like the back of their hand, and can let you all in on some hidden secrets of the city along with recommendations off the beaten track. The restaurants will remain secret until you arrive at their doorstep this is all part of the excitement.

All restaurants are carefully chosen, as they sum up the fun and social aspect of what this tour is all about. Some you may know well or heard of, but there are also a few hidden gems you may not have come across before, but we will ensure you will put them on your list of places to return to.

In relation to walking distance, the tours are done at a leisurely pace, finishing the tour in the heart of Dublin city.

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Irish Food Walking Tour of Dublin

Food Tours Dublin
$72
This Irish Food Walking Tour is Dublin's Best Food and Drink Tour. It's a fun and exciting walking tour of Dublin City and takes you along the best things to do in Dublin's. Explore the most popular and hidden Irish restaurants and Traditional Irish Pubs.
A great way to catch up with old friends and make some new friends along the way! Come with us and meet the locals. Eat, Drink, be Happy.

On this walking tour of Dublin city you will get an insight into hidden Dublin, meet local people and experience the culture and history of our great city.

You will meet your very own local guide in the center of Dublin City. (Map supplied by email)
You will visit 3 unique Irish restaurants, you will sample a spread of food and Irish Drink in each venue which is included in the tour. You will get a real flavor of Dublin's cuisine. (You wont leave us hungry!)

You will sample a spread of Irish food and glass of Craft Beer (Irish Drink) in each venue. Don't drink beer? Don't worry we can accommodate most requests. Just contact us before your tour.This tour is not just about history, we like to tell you what is happening in Dublin, where to go and the best places to see. We will show you a ‘Hidden side of Dublin'. You will explore our ancient Irish culture from the very modern right back into our mythological past.

Dublin is steep in romance and history, explore the atmosphere of its streets, restaurants, cafés and the casual ambiance of some of Dublin's hidden gems. Our guides aim to give you a flavor of Dublin. This Food Walking Tour will provide the perfect gathering of like minded people. Relax and meet new friends or just unwind after work.

You will feel relaxed as our groups will be small in size taking from 6 people (minimum) to 18 (maximum). Enough people to ensure you will have a fun few hours in our company. But not too big that you wont have made some new friends along the way!

Your tour will be guided by friendly tour guides who know Dublin like the back of their hand, and can let you all in on some hidden secrets of the city along with recommendations off the beaten track. The restaurants will remain secret until you arrive at their doorstep this is all part of the excitement of the Irish Food Trail Dublin.

All our Restaurants were carefully chosen, as they sum up the fun and social aspect of what it is to be Irish. Some places you may know quite well or have heard of, but there are also a few hidden gems you may not have come across before, but we will ensure you will put them on your list of places to return to!

In relation to walking distance, our tours are done at a leisurely pace, comfortable footwear would be recommended. High heels are possible (maybe bring a pair of flat shoes in your handbag just in case!)

We plan each tour to be a unique and special experience. You will finish the tour in the heart of Dublin city.

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Wild Atlantic Way Private Kayaking and Coasteering Tour in Connemara

Private Tours Galway
$351

Come enjoy an invigorating day out sea kayaking and coasteering on the magnificent Connemara coastline. This privately guided tour a combination of kayaking to the unique sea caves of Connemara for half a day followed by a half day of adventure swimming along the base of sea cliffs, exploring gullies, caves, cracks and different rock formations chiseled out by the sea. A day packed full of fun and adventure! Each session is tailored to suit the groups fitness, ability and sense of adventure. All safety equipment is provided and supervised by a qualified local instructor.

Participants are required to arrive ten to fifteen minutes before this activity's start time. Exact directions to to the start point will be provided after booking the activity.

Meet your instructor and fellow travelers in the morning at Bundouglas Beach in Cleggan where all participants will suit up and and become acquainted with their kayaking equipment. After a safety briefing all will commence the days activity. You will set off kayaking along the coast. Your sea kayaking trip finishes at half past midday.

After an active and enjoyable morning, you are advised to take your lunch in Cleggan and to taste the delicious seafood at one of the local pubs (lunch not included in price).

At approximately 4:20pm you leave Cleggan (or lunch time venue) to return to Bundouglas Beach to start briefing for the afternoon coasteering session.

At approximately 5pm you will complete the coasteering session and return to the meeting point to finish the day.

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Full-day Private Connemara and Inishturk Island Wildlife-Watching cruise

Private Tours Galway
$1,266

Come sailing on the Atlantic Ocean on this private sea boat cruise in the the western seas off the Connemara coast, in search of sightings of the wonderful marine wildlife of the area, which can includes whales, dolphins, porpoises, several seal colonies and the occasional family of sea otters. Perhaps even a glimpse of the mighty basking shark and the 500lb sunfish! Why not try a bit of fishing en-route as you travel to the small, beautiful and scenic island of Inishturk, which rises boldly from the wild North Atlantic in wall-like cliffs to the northwest and steep hills to the north. Here stand the ruins of the old signal tower, 722 feet above sea level. Those who wish can join the knowledgeable local guide for a 3-hour walk to the cliffs to do some amazing island bird watching. The number of species here will fascinate and compliment any bird watching enthusiast's wish list!

Arrive in the village of Cleggan at 10:15am to meet your skipper and local guide for the day on Cleggan pier. You will then leave Cleggan Harbour, sailing west down Cleggan Bay and passing Cleggan Farm to your right owned by the Twinings (of the tea fame) family and Rossadillisk the home to 16 local fishermen who perished in the 1927 Cleggan Disaster.

Cruise and fish en route to the island of Inishturk; the west side of Inishturk is a bird watcher's dream (April to end of July) as on the water you will encounter flocks of Shearwaters, Petrels, Guillemots and Puffin. Visiting the Twin Sister's Bay where there is a very large Puffin colony together with towering 500ft vertical cliffs. On the rock walls are also nesting Kittiwakes and Fulmars plus Razor Bills and Guillemots. Some additional sights to be seen include the vertical high cliffs and sea stacks, Castles on Clare and Inishbofin.

Land on Inishturk, for those who want join the skipper on a guided scenic walk to the cliffs and some bird watching. For those who don't wish to walk, enjoy exploring the island, beaches and enjoy a pub lunch close to the harbour.

At 6pm you will return to Cleggan pier where your tour will finish.

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Private Guided Bicycle Tour of Galway City

Private Tours Galway
$479
This private guided bicycle tour of Galway City, organised just for you and your party, is entertaining, easy and informative. You will experience and see areas beyond the scope of other tours. You will have plenty of laughs along the way including a stop for coffee, during the 3- to 4-hour tour, so you get to re-charge your batteries and rest a while.

Starting in the morning from Salthill Promenade in Galway, this private bicycle tour takes you around the city with many interesting places to visit from the Wild Atlantic Way to the banks of the Eglington Canal and the Corrib River.

You will cycle to the Famine Monument and Nimmos Pier. Cutting through the west you visit the home of actor and author Walter Macken and continue onto the beautiful and peaceful Eglington canal. Entering the grounds of the National University of Ireland Galway, you will be transported back to 1849 when its first students enrolled in this majestic establishment. Riverside walkways with wildlife and rushes wave at you as you cycle by.

Returning then to the old industrial heartland, now a charming walkway of canals bridges and waterfalls which guide you to the city centre full of medieval relics and memories and charming narrow streets buzzing with life that lead you back to the harbour, Spanish Arch and a must-visit Museum.

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Private Oyster Tour and Tasting with Locals by Flaggy Shore

Private Tours New Quay
$26

Meet your host Gerry and/or his daughter Ciara at New Quay Pier and experience a genuine and entertaining introduction to the world of oysters. Learn how oysters are stored in their seawater tanks with continuous fresh seawater pumped from the ocean just outside their windows. Tour their facilities and hear about the history of their family business. Pick your own oysters and learn how to shuck them from a professional, before you enjoy them with your choice of condiments such as lemon, horseradish or Tabasco sauce. 

After your tour, feel free to take a few oysters and enjoy them as you walk along the wonderful, scenic Flaggy shore walkway located beside the facility. 

Please note: Gerry is flexible with timing so if you prefer another time, let him know when you make your booking. In the summer when the sun sets later, you are welcome to start your tour at 5pm and enjoy the sunset on Flaggy Shore after! 

Gerry together with his daughter Ciara run their family owned seafood and oyster trading company. A marine biologist by training, Gerry has worked in the seafood industry for many decades and is passionate about showing travelers how to grow and recognize high quality oysters, their primary seafood product. Gerry and his family are from New Quay, a rural village located on the south shore of Galway Bay in Ireland. It is located at the foothills of the Burren, a world renowned Geopark site with truly unique flora and fauna. This area is known for its clean grade A waters that have produced distinctive and delicious oysters and shellfish for centuries. The pristine water with nutrients fed by underground streams to the sea from the Burren provides nutrients that make these Flaggy shore oysters truly special.

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Private Day Tour of Wicklow and Glendalough from Dublin

Private Tours Dublin
$658
This a private day of Wicklow from Dublin including Glendalough.

Get picked up from your accommodation or ship in Dublin.

Drive into Wicklow, and choose to visit the Powerscourt Gardens (own expense) or Avoca.

This is a scenic drive through the Wicklow Mountains National Park with some scenic stops along the way, including the bridge used in the filming of P.S I Love You, Lough Tay, and the Guinness estate. Your vehicle travels toward Glendalough.

In Glendalough, stop for lunch before visiting the monastery of St Kevin. Enjoy a short walk in this beautiful valley with two lakes.

As this is a private tour you have the option to visit other parts of Wicklow that you wish that are not specified but within the time frame. Your tour returns to Dublin at approximately 5:30pm.

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Waterford Crystal and Kilkenny Rail Trip from Dublin

Transportation Dublin
$142
See the picturesque cities of Ireland's scenic southeast on a full-day rail tour from Dublin to Kilkenny and Waterford Crystal. Accompanied by a guide, travel by train to Kilkenny, an artsy and attractive city. Take a guided tour around its medieval streets and enjoy some free time before moving on to Waterford City. Tour the esteemed Waterford Crystal factory, which is responsible for producing many dazzling objects of beauty, including the Times Square New Year's Eve Ball. End your tour with a scenic rail route back through the Suir Valley.

Meet your guide in Dublin's Heuston Station in early morning and set off on a scenic rail journey to Kilkenny. Often hailed as the most attractive city in Ireland, Kilkenny is famous for its postcard-perfect medieval looks and its historical cathedrals, abbeys and castles.

Stroll around the cobbled streets and get an overview of the city's history and top sights. Afterward, you'll enjoy free time, during which you might choose to pop into the renowned Kilkenny Design Centre, which stocks Irish fashion and handcrafts, or pay an entrance fee to visit Kilkenny Castle, a restored 12th-century castle that sits on the banks of the River Nore. Should you feel hungry, recharge with some refreshments (own expense) at a local cafe.
Next, leave Kilkenny by train and arrive in the waterfront city of Waterford, one of Ireland's oldest settlements. You'll enjoy free time to wander through the medieval narrow alleys and the busy port, or to grab a quick lunch at a local restaurant (own expense).
Then, meet your guide at the Waterford Crystal factory in the heart of the city. This renowned crystal producer, which has been operating for more than 200 years, has made many coveted and famous objects, including the Times Square New Year's Eve Ball in New York City. Let a guide take you through the factory, where you'll gain insight into the process of crystal making, from the art of crystal blowing through to cutting and engraving.
In late afternoon, leave Waterford by train and enjoy a scenic journey through the Suir Valley in County Tipperary. From the window, look out upon farmland, mountains and rivers. Change trains at Limerick for an express journey back to Dublin, where your tour finishes.

Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required.

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Wicklow Mountains, Avoca and Glendalough Rail Tour from Dublin

Transportation Dublin
$83
Combine Ireland's stunning coastal and mountain scenery on this lovely full-day rail tour from Dublin. You'll travel through the magical Wicklow Mountains, visit the traditional town of Avoca and explore the ancient monastic settlement at Glendalough. This scenic coach and rail trip from Dublin shows you the best of Ireland in one day.

Departing from Dublin Connolly Station, you'll travel by train (snack bar onboard) to village of Rathdrum, incorporating a journey into the heart of County Wicklow. Taking a stunning scenic coastal route you'll pass the magnificent Killiney Bay, a must-see Irish beauty-spot framed by the Great Sugar Loaf Mountain, and the sriking Bray Head hill. From here, your train tour swings inland to the mountains of County Wicklow, where you'll experience the 'Garden of Ireland' at its best!

On arrival at the village of Rathdrum, you'll join the coach for a journey through the Vale of Avoca. In the lovely village of Avoca (where the BBC series Ballykissangel was filmed) you can see famous Avoca wool-weavers at work and spend time at leisure.

Continue to the ancient monastic settlement at stunning Glendalough before rejoining the train for the scenic return journey to Dublin Connolly Station, conveniently arriving in the late afternoon.

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Northern Ireland including Giant's Causeway Rail Tour from Dublin

Transportation Dublin
$142
Sit back and relax on this combined rail and coach day trip from Dublin to Northern Ireland. With all your travel arrangements organized for you, you'll see Belfast and visit the famous coastal landscape known as the Giant's Causeway, with its stunning basalt columns.

Departing from Dublin Connolly Station you'll travel by train to Belfast (light breakfast available onboard). Upon arrival in Belfast, your coach tour will head to the famous Antrim Coast Road, crossing the lovely Glens of Antrim en route to Ballycastle and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. From here, you can glimpse the Scottish coast on a clear day. Note that the bridge is open from March to October only and there's a small local charge if you cross the bridge.

Next, you'll continue to the stunning Giant's Causeway, renowned for its polygonal basalt columns. It's fun to walk around, so be sure to wear good walking shoes!

After making a photo stop at historic Dunluce Castle, it's time to return to Belfast to catch your train to Dublin Connolly Station (snacks available)

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Cork and Blarney Castle Rail Trip from Dublin

Transportation Dublin
$142
No visit to Ireland is complete without a visit to Blarney Castle! On this full-day trip from Dublin you'll kiss the famous Blarney Stone, walk through the castle grounds and hear the moving story of Ireland's emigrants at the Queenstown Story in Cobh. Traveling by train and coach, you'll take a journey through Ireland's rich history and scenic countryside.

Departing from Dublin Heuston Station, you'll catch the train to Cork (full breakfast service available onboard). From Cork, you'll travel by coach to the famous Blarney Castle. There will be time here for you to kiss the famous stone and thus acquire the gift of eternal eloquence. Enjoy some free time for shopping and lunch in the village of Blarney before returning to Cork for a short city tour.

You'll then transfer to Cobh where the Queenstown Story Heritage Center is located in the beautifully restored Victorian railway station and transatlantic terminal. This was the embarkation point for generations of Irish emigrants from famine times to recent years.

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Connemara and Galway Bay Rail Tour from Dublin

Transportation Dublin
$142
Leave Dublin for the day and take a coach and rail tour to Connemara and Galway. You'll travel through breathtaking Irish scenery, pass by stunning Kylemore Abbey and tour the lovely lakes, mountains, stone walls and thatched cottages of Connemara.

Departing from Dublin Heuston Station, you'll catch the train to Galway (light breakfast available onboard). The trip takes you through Ireland's midlands, crossing vast tracts of peat (turf) boglands and across the mighty Shannon River at Athlone.

On arrival in Galway, you'll transfer to your waiting coach and head into the magnificent scenery of this region known as Connemara (inlets of the sea).

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Deep Sea Angling in Connemara Full-Day Guided Fishing Tour from Clifden

Water Tour Clifden
$150
The deep sea fishing off Ireland's west coast is some of the finest in Europe, where large runs of tuna, mackerel, and sharks are found in the offshore waters. All levels of fishermen, from novice to expert, are welcome aboard to fish, and create lasting memories while hauling aboard over a dozen species of fish.

Beginning in either Clifden or Cleggan, depending upon the tide, you willll meet your skipper at 10:30am at either the pier or the boat club, where you'll go over the itinerary, gear, and equipment for a successful day on the water. 

Once the boat is outfitted with gear, you'll depart for a full day of deep sea angling amidst the Atlantic waves. While out on the water you might see basking sharks, common or bottle nose dolphins, as well as seals, orca, puffins, guillemots, and great skua. You'll also enjoy the coastal scenery of Clifden's offshore islands, some of which have ruins onshore that can only be seen from the water.

When fishing, you'll either be drifting over reefs on casting while the boat is at anchor. Drifting over reefs in 50-330 ft (15-100m) of water will yield ling, cod, coalfish, wrasse, mackerel, and other species. Using red gill's and lead heads for pollack, the fight they put up provides excellent sport and fish average around 5+ lbs (2.5 kg), and frequently edge over 10+ lbs (5.5kg). Cod are plentiful throughout the summer and it's common for fish to average somewhere between 10 and 15 lbs. Shoals of coalfish vary in size from clouds of 1lb fish to big adults over 10 lbs.

A day's drifting over reefs should yield 10 to 15 species, and some additional bait could well increase this up to 15 or 20 species.

After an exciting day of Irish seafaring you will arrive back in Clifden/Cleggan at approximately 6pm.

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Brown Trout Fly Fishing Day Tour in Lough Corrib County Galway

Water Tour Galway
$287
Enjoy a day's fishing on beautiful Lough Corrib, a world renowned wild brown trout fishery, in County Galway. This package includes an experienced fishing guide (ghillie) along with the hire of his boat and engine for the day. You will need to bring your own appropriate clothing, tackle and flies and not forgetting your own food and drink requirements for the day. Spend the morning and afternoon fly fishing the trout 'hot spots' of the might Lough Corrib, taking a break for lunch on one of the many islands that dot this wonderful lake.

Arrive at departure point at 9.30am on shore of Lough Corrib, located some 40 kilometres (25 miles) from Galway city. Kit up for a day in the weather. Set up rods, choose flies and pack the boat for the day on the water. Discuss the day's itinerary with your Ghillie depending on the the weather and the fly hatches.

Then at 10am depart for your day of brown trout fishing. Your experienced Ghillie will take you out onto the lough to their favourite fishing spots.

At approx. 1pm, depending on your fishing luck, you can land on one of the many islands and enjoy lunch (lunch at own expense). After this you will still have the afternoon of fishing.

You will return back in the original departure point at approx. 6pm.

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Brown Trout Fly Fishing Day Tour in Lough Corrib County Galway

Water Tour Galway
$287
Enjoy a day's fishing on beautiful Lough Corrib, a world renowned wild brown trout fishery, in County Galway. This package includes an experienced fishing guide (ghillie) along with the hire of his boat and engine for the day. You will need to bring your own appropriate clothing, tackle and flies and not forgetting your own food and drink requirements for the day. Spend the morning and afternoon fly fishing the trout 'hot spots' of the might Lough Corrib, taking a break for lunch on one of the many islands that dot this wonderful lake.

Arrive at departure point at 9.30am on shore of Lough Corrib, located some 40 kilometres (25 miles) from Galway city. Kit up for a day in the weather. Set up rods, choose flies and pack the boat for the day on the water. Discuss the day's itinerary with your Ghillie depending on the the weather and the fly hatches.

Then at 10am depart for your day of brown trout fishing. Your experienced Ghillie will take you out onto the lough to their favourite fishing spots.

At approx. 1pm, depending on your fishing luck, you can land on one of the many islands and enjoy lunch (lunch at own expense). After this you will still have the afternoon of fishing.

You will return back in the original departure point at approx. 6pm.

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Killary Fjord Boat Tour

Water Tour Galway
$24
Set off on a 1.5-hour sightseeing cruise on Killary Fjord through the heart of rugged Connemara. Relax inside the comfortable catamaran or out on the open-air deck as you glide along the sheltered waters of Ireland's only fjord. Take in views of the dramatic Twelve Bens, Maumturk and Mweelrea mountains, whose craggy slopes rise to the north and south. Listen to live commentary from an onboard guide and look out for dolphins swimming alongside the boat.

Choose from several daily departure times and step aboard the comfortable boat at Nancy's Point, located just west of Leenane village. The cruise will take you through one of Ireland's most scenic regions, an area unmarred by modern development.

Head inside the luxury catamaran where you can enjoy a drink and a snack (own expense) while admiring the wild beauty of the vistas outside. Alternatively, settle into a seat on the outside deck and breathe in the fresh sea air while sightseeing.

Relax as the cruise moves west toward the Atlantic Ocean. Take in panoramic views of the imposing Twelve Bens and Maumturk mountain ranges, which tower above the water. Look to the north to see the peaks of Mweelrea, Connemara's highest mountain.
Soak up the tranquil atmosphere as you cruise. This peaceful region is sparsely populated and the only sign of civilization you'll see will be the odd fish farm, country house or boat.

Listen to the live commentary to hear more about Killary Fjord. When you reach the mouth of the fjord, look to the silvery waters for any sign of activity; schools of dolphins are often spotted swimming by at this location.

After 1.5 hours on the calm waters, the boat will pull up back at Nancy's Point, where your tour will conclude.

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Dublin Bay Cruise

Water Tour Dublin
$26
This idyllic cruise on the capital's beautiful Dublin Bay has become a “must” on every one's to do list. With views of the stunning landscapes of the Dublin Mountains, Ireland's Eye, Lambay Island, Dalkey Island, Joyce's Martello Tower, the Baily Lighthouse to name but a view, this is a day out not to be missed. Why not take a trip on Dublin's beautiful living bay and enjoy the city from a truly unique perspective.

-We sail between Dublin City (Sir John Rogerson's Quay) Dun Laoghaire (East Pier) and Howth (West Pier) 7 days a week between April and October.

Timetable: 
9.30am Dun Laoghaire to Dublin City Centre (1 hour)
Kick start your day with a fresh morning commute to Dublin City as you sail on Dublin Bay and admire the city from a truly unique perspective. During your voyage you will see aspects of the city that are not possible on any other mode of transport. Sail past Dalkey Island as you travel north and discover the magnificent Convention Center, Eastlink Bridge (Opening), Dublin Port and Docklands and Poolbeg Lighthouse.

11.00am Dublin City Centre to Dun Laoghaire (1 hour)
Escape the hustle and bustle of Dublin City and sail on a majestic 60-70 minute cruise south of Dublin Bay to the beautiful Dun Laoghaire Harbour. During your voyage you will see aspects of the city that are not possible on any other mode of transport. The magnificent Convention Center, Eastlink Bridge (Opening), Dublin Port and Docklands, Poolbeg Lighthouse passing by Dalkey Island, Clontarf and the world wildlife reserve Bull Island and Baily and Kish Lighthouses.

3.30pm Howth Harbour to Dun Laoghaire (1 hour)
After a stroll and lunch n the beautiful fishing harbour with its famous seal colony jump on board the St Bridget and enjoy a coffee or a glass of wine as we take you on a 60-70 minute cruise back to the Dun Laoghaire. Along the way you will pass by the island of Irelands Eye and Lambay Island to the north. You can view Howth Head, Baily and Kish Lighthouse, the world famous wildlife sanctuary of Bull Island, Clontarf Dalkey Island and Dun Laoghaire.

-Your Dublin Bay Cruise ticket also allows the holder to travel the same day between Howth and Dun Laoghaire by DART train for just €2.
-We have a full bar on board so you can enjoy some drinks while sailing with us.
-Our crew are also qualified Dublin Bay Biosphere tour guides.

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Mise Eire The Show- Traditional Irish Music, Song and Dance

Theater, Dance, & Musicals Galway
$36
Mise Eire the Show is a journey through Ireland's rich history with traditional Irish Music, Song and Dance. This stunning musical production features a cast of champion Irish dancers and award winning musicians and singers. The production also features visuals of Ireland's stunning landscape.
Visit fascinating characters from Ireland's past such as Grace O'Malley the Pirate Queen of Connacht or Cu Chulainn, the Irish Warrior. Visit the Famous fishing village, The Claddagh in Galway and learn of its history and the famous Claddagh Ring. Hear the stories of the 1916 Easter Rising and come aboard the ship to America as Irish Men and Women left home to travel across teh Atlantic ocean for a better life during the 1800's. You will stomp your feet, you will shed a tear and you will have an experience you will never forget.

Mise Eire The Show 2018
The production takes place in two venues in Galway city during the summer months of 2018. 
May 28th - June 27th Black Box Theatre Galway City.
July 2nd - July 25th The Galmont Hotel and Spa, Galway City.
August 6th - October 3rd The Black Box Theatre, Galway City.
Start time 8.30pm.
Finish time 10.30pm.
The Show is in English and Irish Language but suitable for all nationalities. Information is given in French, German and Spanish.
Seating is open in the theatre for individual ticket holders. Group bookings will have allocated seating. 
No food or drinks allowed in the auditorium.
Suitable for all ages.

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Trad on the Prom - Ireland's Premier Music Song and Dance Experience 2018

Theater, Dance, & Musicals Galway
$38
Experience a night of traditional Irish music presented by acclaimed fiddler Maírín Fahy (Riverdance, The Chieftains) and band. You'll be mesmerized by the music and thrilled by the stunning line-up of world champion Irish dancers (Lord of the Dance, Riverdance).

The show has been hailed by locals, visitors and critics with The Irish Times calling it "Two hours of sheer brilliance". The world-class cast consistently receives standing ovations at its sold out shows.

Now in its fourteenth consecutive season, Trad on the Prom continues it's reign as Ireland's #1 Music, Song & Dance show.

Ireland's # 1 Music, Song & Dance Experience

Performers who have captivated audiences in extraordinary and groundbreaking productions such as ‘Riverdance', ‘The Chieftains' and ‘Lord of the Dance' have gathered together on ONE STAGE to present an unforgettable entertainment experience in Galway, the City of the Tribes.

The music will touch your soul and the dancing will take your breath away. It's a truly remarkable experience suitable for all ages and nationalities.

Music: Trad on the Prom showcases the amazing talents of legendary trad musician Máirín Fahy, the featured soloist with Riverdance and The Chieftains. Máirín is joined on stage by her world class band featuring the haunting music of the uilleann pipes, whistles and bouzouki performed by Gerard Fahy (musical director and composer of ‘Lord of the Dance'), multi-instrumentalist Yvonne Fahy on accordion and bodhrán (Irish hand drum), producer and host Chris Kelly on guitar, the electrifying Benny Hayes (keyboard and vocals) and concertina supremo Padraig Rynne.

Dance: The show features a stunning lineup of world champion Irish dancers who have collectively amassed an astounding 25 World Champion titles! Dancers include Fergal and Cathal Keaney, returning to the stage having just performed lead roles in Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games on Broadway and London's West End stages. Also returning are Claire Greaney (six-time World Champion), and champions Anne Marie Keaney and Emer Finnerty. The cast also includes charismatic World Champion Colm Conneely as well as the dynamic Gardiner brothers (current World Champion Matthew and two-time World Champion Michael).

Song: Guest singers include Eurovision star Marc Roberts, ‘The Chieftains' vocalist Yvonne McMahon and multi-AIMS winner Sean Costello.

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Traditional Irish Night Show in Dublin including 3-Course Dinner and Entertainment

Theater, Dance, & Musicals Dublin
$34
This high energy show gives a flavor of the different styles of Irish dance. Performed in intimate surroundings with all seats offering a great view of the raised stage. You will enjoy a sumptuous three course menu featuring the best of Irish home cooked food, followed by a spectacular show with many opportunities for audience participation. From Sean nós, the "old style" traditional solo Irish dance to the familiar jigs and reels, the synchronized precision and heart racing rhythms that characterize what Irish Dancing has become today.

The show has been created and choreographed by Jim Murrihy, Directors of Damhsa and has an original score. All cast members have performed both nationally and internationally in such famous shows as, Riverdance, Feet of Flames and Lord of the Dance.

The show takes place in the intimate surroundings of the Belvedere Bar. All tables have a great view of the raised stage. You will be served a sumptuous three course menu offering a choice of the best in home cooked Irish dishes. Please refer to the Itinerary for menu options.

You will be enchanted with a mixture of traditional Irish Music and Singing as well as our spectacular dancing. From Sean nos, the ‘old style' traditional solo Irish Dance to the familiar jigs and reels, the synchronised precision and heart racing rhythms that characterize what Irish Dancing has become today. The spectacular show features many opportunities for audience participation. The show finishes at 9.45pm.

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The Irish Dance Party in Dublin

Theater, Dance, & Musicals Dublin
$24
The Irish Dance Party is one of Dublin's best loved experiences. You will be taught some simple Irish Dancing steps by friendly, world class, award winning Irish Dancers. The event starts at 3pm at the Celt Bar in Dublin. Seated at your own reserved table, there is ample time to sit back and relax between dances while enjoying a pint of Guinness in a beautiful Irish pub setting. During this period of the 2 hour event you will see 3 choreographed performances by the dance instructors.  You will also be serenaded by a great Irish singer who will provide commentary, humour and explanations throughout.

The Irish Dance Party takes place from 3-5pm, 7 days a week at the Celt bar (private function hall), 81 Talbot street, Dublin 1. The Irish Dance Party is a 2 hour event and showcases talented musicians and dancers. The musicians will host and MC the event, singing Irish songs and playing Irish instruments, explaining the history of the songs, music, instruments, dances. There are also Irish dancers who will give dance performances for the group and also teach the group three Irish group dances which last for for 20 minutes, 10 minutes respectively. There is also a full bar available at the event as well as a full menu serving delicious Irish food.

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Ireland: A Survivor's Guide, Comedy Sketch Show Guide to Ireland

Theater, Dance, & Musicals Dublin
$15
A hilarious guide to Irish history, culture and people using physical comedy sketches, audience interaction and an array of weird props. Lunchtime theatre entertainment suitable for all the family. Complete tour of Ireland while sitting in a Traditional Irish Pub in  Dublin city centre.

Experience a guide to Irish history and culture in this one of a kind performance in the heart of Dublin. Meet inside a well preserved traditional Irish pub before being seated inside a unique theatre space upstairs. The pub has a welcoming relaxed atmosphere and a wholesome and filling Irish stew is available for lunch at an exceptional price.

You will then go  into the upstairs space for a 50 minute long comedy sketch show presented by some of Dublin's finest physical theatre performers. The show is a guide to Irish culture and customs using fast physical comedy theatre and audience interaction. The sketches include the complete history of Ireland in seven minutes, an interactive guide to hurling, the secrets of the Irish male and a guide to the Irish weather. 

The comedy is clean therefore suitable to bring a family to of varying ages with plenty of physical slapstick to entertain younger members and good satirical comedy with historical information to engage teenagers and adults. The physical comedy is easy to understand so the show can be enjoyed by people who are not necessarily fluent in English and can be ideal for learners of English. Groups rates are available on request.

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Electric Biking Tour on the Wild Atlantic Way - 1-Day Self Guided

Bike Tours Clifden
$84
Spend a full day exploring one of the world's most beautiful coastal landscapes, as you ride an electric bike along Connemara's Wild Atlantic Way. Meander down quiet, country lanes on this peaceful, self-guided tour, or enjoy scenic views of the coast while exploring the Clifden countryside. Depending upon which route you choose, and how long you plan to ride, enjoy the views from the famous Sky Road as well as the haunting Bog Road, or make your way to Roundstone village for seafood chowder and mussels.

Your adventure begins when you pick up your bike at 9am in Clifden. Here you'll receive a map of the area and discuss the different routes, as well receive a helmet, lock, and expert local tips. 

Popular routes from Clifden include: 

The haunting Bog Road from Clifden to Roundstone, where you'll admire the coast by Ballyconneely, as well as stop at the Alcock & Brown Memorial to see the site where very first trans-Atlantic flight touched down. (2h15 - 40km)

Travel to Tullycross and then take the Connemara Loop to discover the beautiful Renvyle Peninsula and the former castle of the pirate queen, Grace O'Malley! (3h - 50km)

Hit the road and ride along the Wild Atlantic Way to the charming fishing village of Cleggan. Pass by Claddaghduff and its beautiful Omey Beach on your way back and appreciate the beautiful coastal landscapes. (1h30 - 23km)

From Clifden, follow the Sky Road and gaze at the stunning view and its panoramic scenery. Make a stop at Clifden Castle to explore this charming ruin. (1h - 11km)

Depending on your itinerary, stop for lunch to enjoy exceptional seafood in either Roundstone, Cleggan, or Clifden.

At 6:00pm, after an epic adventure, you will travel back to Clifden to drop off the electric bike and equipment.

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Guided Bicycle Tour of Galway City

Bike Tours Galway
$36
This guided bicycle tour of Galway City is entertaining, easy and informative. You will experience and see areas beyond the scope of other tours. You will have plenty of laughs along the way including a stop for coffee, during the 3- to 4-hour tour, so you get to re-charge your batteries and rest a while.

Starting in the morning from Salthill Promenade in Galway, this bicycle tour takes you around the city with many interesting places to visit from the Wild Atlantic Way to the banks of the Eglington Canal and the Corrib River.

You will cycle to the Famine Monument and Nimmos Pier. Cutting through the west you visit the home of actor and author Walter Macken and continue onto the beautiful and peaceful Eglington canal. Entering the grounds of the National University of Ireland Galway, you will be transported back to 1849 when its first students enrolled in this majestic establishment. Riverside walkways with wildlife and rushes wave at you as you cycle by.

Returning then to the old industrial heartland, now a charming walkway of canals bridges and waterfalls which guide you to the city centre full of medieval relics and memories and charming narrow streets buzzing with life that lead you back to the harbour, Spanish Arch and a must-visit Museum.

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Electric Bike Tour in Dublin

Bike Tours Dublin
$36
Too lazy to take a hike? Hop on a bike here at the Lazy Bike Tours. Enjoy a fully-guided tour with a local guide on one of the eye-catching retro orange e-bikes. Your guides are all local to the city and are full of interesting facts as well as some great stories about the city and the locations stopped at. Tours last for around two hours, and you are provided everything you need to make this a fun and enjoyable tour.

Lazy Bike Tour makes stops at some of Dublin's leading attractions like the Dublin Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Teelings Whiskey Distillery, Guinness Factory, and Christ Church Cathedral, as well as some of the most traditional and oldest parts of the city that you will not find in guide books. Now we know that some of the leading attractions will be on your list of places to visit so we promise not to spoil the experience for you. But, you will be given some insight into them as well as some of the untold stories behind them and the locations they are in.

The e-bikes are some of the best on the market as well as the most comfortable, so you can enjoy your tour at an easy pace and take in the sights and smells of the city. You will be given the opportunity to ask lots of questions as well as to take pictures. All of the guides are locals of Dublin, so if you need any help they are full of information. Don't be afraid to ask for recommendations.

Lazy Bike Tour is also a great way to get orientated with the city. If you don't fancy a hike around Dublin, hop on a bike and let your guides show you their city.

A Lazy Bike Tour takes around two hours, and you are provided everything you need to make it a safe and fun experience.

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Full Day Bike Rental

Bike Tours Dublin
$18

Phoenix Park, one of the largest designed landscapes in any European city was originally established as a Royal Deer Park over 350 years ago. Now home to the Irish President, a herd of wild fallow deer and so much more - It is a Must see when visiting Dublin City.  

What better way to explore this enormous park then by Bike!

Phoenix Park Bikes, located at the main entrance to the park will provide you with bikes, maps and information on what to do and where to go. Open daily from 10am (9am on Summer Weekends) - you can prebook your bike online or if your in the area just pop by and they will have a bike ready to go in seconds. Prices start from just €5 per hour.  Email queries to info@phoenixparkbikes.com

Phoenix Park Bikes offer you a Professional Bike Rental service and more. They have up to 200 bikes available to rent including a brand new fleet of Bergamont E-Bikes. 

* Bike Hire available for Singles to Large Groups
* A wide variety of Bike options for the very young to the old, for families, schools or large group excursions.
* Bike Delivery Service for Group Excursions outside the park. 

Guided Tours:

  • 2 / 3 hour Guided Tour within the Phoenix Park grounds.
  • Guided tours through Dublin City out as far as Costal Villages such as Howth.
  • Bike Rental, Delivery Service and Guides for areas outside Dublin (i.e Glendalough, Blessington Greenway and more).
  • Touring bikes for overnight trips around Ireland.
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Clare, Aran Islands- Self Guided 8 Day Cycling Tour

Bike Tours Dublin
$1,016
If it is nature, history and Irish culture you want to see on a cycle tour, then this is the tour for you. Clare and the Aran Islands cycle tour offers a multitude of experiences. We're a tad spoilt for choice when it comes to remarkable roads in Ireland. You will see some of the finest natural attractions Ireland has to offer, such as the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren National Park, Corcomroe Abbey and the great stalactite in Doolin Cave. You'll also visit Inishmore, the biggest of the Aran Islands and home to the ancient fort Dun Aengus. By choosing to cycle Ireland, you get to experience the beauty of this stunning island at the perfect pace. We will take care of your accommodation and luggage transfers and also provide all the essential maps and tour documents as well as a 24 hour emergency help line. No need to worry! This wild Atlantic adventure won't be soon forgotten!

Day 1: Ennis
This tour will start and finish in Dublin. Today you will be picked up and taken on our cliffs of Moher tour bus to Ennis where your cycle adventure begins. You can check out some of the local attractions before you start your cycle adventure such as the medieval Friary ruins or the Clare Museum where you can learn about Irish history and culture. 

Day 2: Spanish Point
You will enjoy this first day of cycling which will take you across flat green pastures to the west coast of Ireland.  We have chosen quiet country back roads which rarely see much traffic so you can settle into your cycle and enjoy the scenery. You arrive at Spanish Point which is known by surfers for its big waves. 

Day 3: Lahinch
Leaving behind wonderfully historic Spanish Point, you will head towards Lahinch. You'll cross through a golf club to see the Dough Castle ruins, You'll also visit the village of Liscannor. Then we'll reach the highlight, the Cliffs of Moher! 

Day 4: Aran Islands
Early in the morning you will go to the harbour to catch the ferry to the Aran Islands. We are going to the largest of the islands, Inishmore. The ferry arrives in Kilronan, where you'll start your cycling tour. You can enjoy a cycle loop of the entire island and its abundance of wildlife before you come back to Kilronan and return to Doolin by ferry, where you'll stay again overnight.

Day 5: Doolin
Today is a real treat. This cycle is a loop route which will lead you back to our favourite village of Doolin. Out of Doolin you will cycle up along the amazing limestone covered coastline with the wild Atlantic Way at your side. You head towards the Black Head through Ballyvaughan which is a good lunch stop. You will then make your way to Poulnabrone Dolmen (4200BC). Then you should take the boat ride along the Cliffs of Moher for an amazing experience.

Day 6: Doolin rest day
Sometimes it's a good idea to stop to take in the local atmosphere and Doolin is just the place to do that. There are so many things to do here from horse riding, caving, hiking, kayaking or you can even see a different side to the Cliffs of Moher with a boat trip along their base which is a must do!

Day 7: Burren National Park
We leave Doolin for the last time and move on to other adventures for the day ahead. You will cycle inland into the heart of the Burren National Park with amazing limestone mountains at every turn.The locals here are very friendly so don't be afraid to say hello and get involved, you'll be welcomed with open arms!

Day 8: Return to Dublin
The morning is yours to enjoy - explore Kinvara and nearby Dunguaire Castle or simply have a rest! Our day tour coach from Dublin stops in Kinvara and will pick you up for the last journey back to Dublin.

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The National Wax Museum - Admission Ticket

Museums Dublin
$18
The National Wax Museum Plus offers a museum experience unlike any other, whether you are young or old, a culture vulture or fun seeker, male or female, star struck or star studded, The National Wax Museum Plus is the ultimate entertainment experience for all.

Enjoy an experience of sight, sound and entertainment

The National Wax Museum Plus is an exciting interactive visitor attraction located in the heart of Dublin's city centre Temple Bar district and just off Dame Street. The museum is housed over four floors and 13,000 square feet in a historic Foster Place landmark building, previously the home for Ireland's gold store and arms at the turn of the last century!

The museum is an outstanding original visitor attraction and has been designed to deliver an interactive experience taking you on a journey through Irish cultural heritage, an enchanting children's zone of discovery, Ireland's only dedicated tribute to our top scientific inventors, a Green Screen video room, a fully functioning recording studio and all the exceptional life like wax work characters you can expect at the national wax museum.

The National Wax Museum Plus offers a museum experience unlike any other, whether you are young or old, a culture vulture or fun seeker, male or female, star struck or star studded, The National Wax Museum Plus is the ultimate entertainment experience for all.

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Irish Rock 'N' Roll Museum Experience Dublin

Museums Dublin
$19
Journey through Ireland's musical history on this 1.5-hour tour! Along with your passionate local guide, you'll go behind the scenes of one of Ireland's largest recording studios, where artists like Van Morrison, The Script, and Sinead O'Conner have all spent time recording. Here you'll find photos and memorabilia of some of the world's largest artists, from U2 and Michael Jackson to the iconic guitarist, Thin Lizzy. Because this is still a working studio there's no telling who you'll run into!

Located in the heart of Temple Bar—Dublin's Cultural Quarter—the Irish Rock 'N' Roll Museum Experience is the only place in Ireland to celebrate  Rock 'N' Roll. This 1.5-hour tour will take visitors on a historical musical journey, where you'll travel behind the scenes of some of Ireland's largest acts. 

This fully-guided tour has informative exhibits from the Rock 'N' Roll heyday in the '80s, and provides access to one of Dublin's most legendary  venues and recording studios. Over the years these facilities have hosted some of Ireland's most popular artists, from Van Morrison to Thin Lizzy, Sinead O'Conner, and Hozier.  

You'll also find photos and memorabilia from Michael Jackson and U2, and the tour takes place directly behind the Temple Bar Wall of Fame. More than just the music itself, this museum provides some insight into the lives and careers of the artists, and is a way to really walk in the footsteps of some of your musical heroes. At the end of the 90-minute tour, you finish in the middle of Temple Bar where you originally started the tour.

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Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum Tour in Dublin

Museums Dublin
$12
Examine a harrowing period of Irish history with a 50-minute guided tour around the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum. Step aboard the replica vessel on the Dublin Quays and retrace the steps that many emigrants made in the mid-19th century, when Ireland was in the grips of a catastrophic and widespread famine. Accompanied by a guide, explore the inner chambers below deck and learn about the wretched conditions that passengers endured during the original voyages across the Atlantic Ocean.

Choose the tour time most convenient for you, then make your own way to the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum. Aftering meeting your expert guide, step aboard the Jeanie Johnston, a carefully crafted replica of a 19th-century cargo ship that made 16 journeys from Ireland to North America during the Great Famine, and prepare to take a step back in time.

With your informative guide leading the way, head below deck to see the cramped cabins that desperate Irish emigrants would have lived in for the duration of the hazardous 3,000-mile (4,800-kilometer) journey.

Imagine the mindset of the emigrants as you walk around the ship's quarters, and listen as your guide relates stories about the impact of the famine on Ireland, as well as the personal tales of poverty-stricken citizens who fled for North America.

Discover more about the story of the original Jeanie Johnston. Despite carrying over 2,500 people across the Atlantic, the ship saw no loss of life — an almost miraculous statistic when compared to similar vessels from the time.

After seeing the confined conditions below, climb back up on deck, where you'll learn about the skill and craftsmanship that went into creating this faithful replica.

When the time comes, bid farewell to your guide and disembark from the boat. You may then want to pay a visit to the moving Famine Memorial, which is located near the ship on Custom House Quay.

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Combination Ticket: EPIC and Irish Family History Centre Tour

Museums Dublin
$29
Enjoy a combined self-guided tour of EPIC; the Irish Emigration Museum. This is a major exhibition dedicated to telling the story of Irish migration, and entry to the Irish Family History Centre, which is a dedicated professional genealogy centre. Entry to the Irish Family History Centre includes access to genealogy experts to help you trace your family ancestry, as well as one month's access to FindMyPast.com (worth €14.95), the online genealogical database and website, and one month's access to the Irish Family History Centre website (worth €10). After the tour, you may also want to pay a visit to the famous Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & Famine Museum, and the Famine Sculpture, located only minutes away from the museum.

Through 20 state-of-the-art galleries, visitors immerse themselves in the stories of some of the most remarkable tales of sacrifice, endurance, adventure, and discovery the world has ever known. Located in The chq Building in the heart of Dublin‘s docklands, EPIC brings these amazing stories to life in a spectacular way, using a range of imagery, video, sound and interactive technologies to create a powerful and emotive experience.

The timeline of the museum charts Irish emigration from the 6th century right up to the present day, and features the stories of over 325 people. On entry, visitors are issued with their own passport for their journey ahead in our departures hall, which can be stamped at each gallery along the way. You then travel through our galleries to learn what motivated people to leave, where they went to, and what they did once they arrived. The exhibition also shows how the dispersal of Irish people has helped spread Irish traditions and culture throughout the world, and how it has changed, adapted and been adopted by other nations and cultures.

The tour is self-guided, and the knowledgeable staff are on hand to help you with any further questions you may have. There are also audio guides available in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.

As part of the EPIC experience, the Irish Family History Centre is located as you exit the exhibition. Here visitors can search for their Irish ancestors, discover their own unique family story and explore Irish heritage. The Irish Family History Centre will allow visitors to receive help and assistance from the team of genealogy experts, use interactive display screens to engage and uncover more about your Irish roots and observe Ireland's Emigration and Migration. Make sure to also challenge yourself at a fun quiz to test your knowledge on Ireland.

Take a seat at one of the workstations where you can sign up to the Irish Family History Centre website and join the online community. Access records where you will be able to search through the largest number of Irish family history records such as: Birth, Marriage and Death records; Census records; Parish records; travel and migration records.

EPIC is also within a 3 minute walk of the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & Famine Museum, and the Famine Sculpture, for those interested in learning more about the Great Famine, the single largest cause for Irish emigration history. The Famine Sculpture commemorates the victims of the Famine, many of whom were forced to walk to Dublin's docks to board ships as part of an "assisted migration" programme. The sculptures, called 'Departing' depict 7 people fleeing the catastrophe and provide a poignant reminder of Ireland's past. They are twinned with another set of sculptures in Toronto, called 'Arriving'.

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Glasnevin Cemetery Tour in Dublin

Museums Dublin
$16
Enjoy a glimpse back in time to Victorian Dublin on a 1.5-hour walking tour of the Glasnevin Cemetery, winner of the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014. Explore the cemetery, where some 1.5 million Irish people lay buried, and hear your guide explain the fascinating life stories of the people who have shaped the Ireland we know today, from authors and politicians to thieves and rebels. Then, visit the museum independently and learn more about the lives of many of the cemetery's most important residents!

Dublin's Glasnevin Cemetery first opened in the 19th century, and went on to become the final resting place of an estimated 1.5 million Irish citizens. Step back in time and enjoy a tour of the cemetery with your knowledgeable guide. Hear of the tall tales and daring deeds of many of the country's famous (and infamous) characters from bygone times, and remember the old adage that sometimes truth is stranger than fiction!

After meeting your guide outside the cemetery, visit the O'Connell Crypt, the resting place of Daniel O'Connell: one of Ireland's most important citizens and the man responsible for a tireless campaign for Catholic emancipation in the early 19th century. See the famous O'Connell Tower, and learn how it has benefited from comprehensive restoration work in recent years.

As you walk around, learn of the many heroes of this great nation that have since passed away. Your guide might take you to the grave of Michael Collins, an Irish revolutionary whose grave still receives floral tributes today, or perhaps the resting place of Constance Markievicz, the first woman to be elected to the British House of Commons.

Every day at 2.30pm, a local actor delivers the iconic speech that Pádraig Pearse made at the funeral of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa in August 1915 - a mere nine months before the historic Easter Rising of 1916.

Having explored the cemetery, bid your guide goodbye and head inside Glasnevin Cemetery Museum to explore independently. While viewing the exhibits, discover some of the little-known facts about the many great people now at rest within the cemetery grounds, including some of Ireland's key literary, political and cultural figures such as Arthur Griffith, Brendan Behan and Gerard Manley Hopkins.
If you are interested in genealogy, take a look at your own family tree at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum's Genealogy Research Center. Before leaving, your guide will have handed you a voucher, which you can use to search for your own ancestors. How long you spend inside the museum or research center is up to you. You tour also allows you to enjoy discounts on select purchases in the museum's shop and cafe.

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Galway Gravedigger Ghost Bus Tour

Ghost Tours Galway
$35
Step back in time aboard a customised Ghost bus for a 2-hour journey through Galway city at night  Engage with professional actors as they recount Galway's long history of turmoil, conflict and hauntings, as recounted by the tour's fiendish guide - who happens to be speaking from first-hand experience. 
Free Ghoulish Drink included - if you dare drink it !

GALWAY GRAVEDIGGER GHOST BUS TOUR

The Galway Ghost Bus Tour Costs €29 Per person – This Includes A FREE GHOULISH DRINK at McHughs Bar & Restaurant. The duration of the bus tour is approximately 2 hours.
The tour departs outside Kinlay Hostel on the corner of Eyre Square at 7.45pm. The stories start with an overview of Galway's long history of turmoil, conflict and hauntings, as recounted by the tour's fiendish guide - who happens to be speaking from first-hand experience. 

Put yourself at ease, however, and your ears will be privy to a collection of stories guaranteed to chill even the most hardened passenger to the bone.

– Stand at the foot of the Spanish Arch and gaze out over the scenic Long Walk, hearing a tale of the forlorn spirit said to wander

– Visit the Galway Cathedral, once home to the city's public jail - and the mass grave dug for all those executed

– Arrive at Claregalway Abbey, and pay your respects to the peaceful commune of monks who were massacred and driven from their own place of worship

Galway is a city like no other, and on the Galway Gravedigger Ghost Bus tour you'll be captivated by the history you won't hear anywhere else!! Just try not to scream...

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Dublin Gravedigger Ghost Tour

Ghost Tours Dublin
$30
Do you want to find out what happened to the lost souls of medieval, plague-ravaged Dublin? This bus tour is your chance to do just that! Visit eerie yet impressive local sites such as Dublin Castle where haunting historical events took place. Learn how gravediggers snatched bodies at local cemeteries. Don't miss out on this opportunity to discover Dublin's haunted past and find traces of the city's sinister legacy on this ghost-filled walking tour.

Depart from College Green in Dublin for a ghost walking tour. Although you will be strolling through the spooky sites of the city, bus transport will take you from place to place. Hear about the extraordinary events that took place and the ghoulish legends from Dublin's past along the way!

Pass by Dublin Castle and Christ Church and hear the stories of the city's central area, Cork Hill, as you make your way to St Audoen's Church, your first major stop. Get off the bus and explore this historic building while listening to the shocking tales of 'The Black Dog' jail and the mysterious phantom pig. Then, head further to Kilmainham Jail (Kilmainham Gaol), where you'll hear accounts of the various ghosts that are said to haunt the place. Visit Bully's Acre, a historic graveyard more than 1,000 years old, where spooky accounts of gravediggers date back to the very beginning of the cemetery's opening.

Drive by the memorial of Croppies Acre and St Michan's Church before arriving at the original Gravediggers Pub. Here, relax and enjoy a complimentary ‘ghoulish brew' with your group and guide. After a final stop at the Black Church, also known as St Mary's Chapel of Ease, you will return back to College Green.

Your guide will also walk through the ruins of the original Augustinian Priory Chapter House. Listen to your knowledgeable guide reciting spooky tales of a plague-ravaged Dublin in a place where deathly ill people were impounded.

The price of the tour includes a free 'Haunted Dublin Historical Walking Tour' pass, which can be enjoyed separately from this ghost walking tour of eerie, cobblestone streets. It gives you more insight into Dublin's mysterious history of witches, gravediggers and creepy stalkers. Your ticket is valid for one month.

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Northside Ghost Walk Tour in Dublin

Ghost Tours Dublin
$18
Stroll through one of the oldest parts of Dublin on an eerie ghost walk tour, to the area once known as Oxmantown. This former Viking enclave has a rich haunted history. On this 2-hour guided walk, you will hear stories and witness locations of the haunted history of Dublin. Hotel pickup and drop-off is not included.

Meet your guide outside of the Church Bar at 8pm to begin your ghost walk of Dublin. With more than a thousand years of history, Dublin is one of the most haunted cities in the world. Walk through one of the oldest parts of Dublin; the area once known as Oxmantown with its rich haunted history. You will discover the site of Saint Mary's Abbey; one of the most powerful monastic settlements in Ireland in medieval times, now just a small ruin down an alleyway, passed by thousands of oblivious commuters every day.

You will hear the story of Lord Norbury, the infamous and sadistic ‘Hanging Judge' who presided over the trial of Robert Emmet. Hated in life, in death he returned to continue his reign of terror.

Emmet himself might make an appearance, for it is said he can still be found peering out of the window at The Brazen Head, looking to see if those who approach are friend or foe.

You will learn the legend of Scaldbrother, the infamous medieval thief whose buried treasure may still lie in a labyrinth of tunnels under Smithfield. Not to mention Billy the Bowl, the 18th century murderer, born without legs, who once terrorized Stoneybatter and Grangegorman.

If you are feeling brave enough, we will take you down Hendrick Street, once the site of two of the most haunted houses in Dublin. Between them, nos. 7 and 8 Hendrick Street were home to no fewer than six different ghosts. Demolished in the 1960's, the houses are long gone, but the ghosts may still linger.

Your tour will end at the Brazen Head at approximately 10pm.

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The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour

Ghost Tours Dublin
$34
Discover the darker side of Dublin on this 2-hour bus tour around the city's most haunted spots. As you cruise around the streets, hear about ghostly legends, body snatching and spine-chilling mysteries from your entertaining guide. Get acquainted with the sites of ghostly apparitions and the frightening stories associated with them. Take a stroll around the eerie St. Kevin's Graveyard and descend into the depths of the medieval crypt at Dublin Castle.

Come evening, make your way into the center of town and hop on the ghoulish Dublin ghost bus. On Friday and Saturday nights, you can choose from two evening start times. Settle into your seat and prepare yourself for a thrilling ride around the city's most haunted locales.

With such a strong culture of storytelling, it's hardly surprising that tales of ghosts, ghouls and the paranormal abound in Dublin. Listen to your guide recount grisly tales and recall ghostly happenings.

As you travel around the city center, unearth the secrets of the Dublin's shadowy past. Learn about the origins of Dublin-born Bram Stoker, the author of Gothic novel Dracula. Pass by the Royal College of Surgeons and hear about an unethical doctor whose ghost is said to still roam the corridors

Steel yourself as you step off the bus and into the creepy surroundings of St. Kevin's Graveyard. Watch as your guide demonstrates how grave robbers would have snatched corpses from sites such as this under the cover of darkness. Learn about reported ghost sightings in the area and be on the lookout — you never know who or what you may see!

Next, pay a visit to the medieval crypt at Dublin Castle, if open to visitors at the time of your tour. Wander past mummified remains in the underground chamber as your guide details the history of the crypt and sinister medieval torture methods.

Having spent two hours exploring the city's haunted sites, the bus will return to the start point where your tour finishes.

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Gaelic Games Experience in Dublin

Sports Dublin
$42
A uniquely Irish, this fun and cultural based activity in Dublin delivers you real local insights and is suitable for all ages and abilities. Prepare to be surprised! Each session is informative and gently active. It's full of fun and laughter and delivered in the heart of the community in a real Gaelic Club. It's an eclectic mix of culture, history, sport and soft activity. This 3-hour Gaelic games experience introduces visitors to Ireland's greatest cultural secret and most popular pastimes – Gaelic football, hurling (Stick and Ball game), along with Gaelic handball.

Experience a Gaelic Games session operated at a local Gaelic (GAA) club called "Na Fianna" which is located only about ten minutes bus journey from the city centre. The venue is a modern facility, which includes a dedicated visitor centre. There are two bus public routes (number 4 and 9) which stop directly across the road.

All the sessions commence with an introduction to what are known locally as "Gaelic Games".  During this you will be told some history of the games, their revered place and relevance to life in Ireland and how the games are structured and played. You will see lots of video clips, share the Irish passion for the pastimes and generally have a chat with participants, getting to know them and getting them involved.

Following your induction to the ancient Irish games, it is out to the all weather pitches, where you'll get to partake in some gentle team building activities of Gaelic football, hurling and Gaelic handball. 

All you'll need is flat footwear (maybe tracksuit) and a willingness to have a bit of fun. Casual sports clothing is preferable. Bring sporting attire if you think you'll get competitive. There is water available throughout the session plus tea and coffee. There are dressing rooms/showers on site, so if you wish you can avail of these but please bring your own towels and toiletries.

It's the interaction that makes the event: all the trainers are great, they are passionate about the native Irish games and really interact with visitors. Depending on the group you most likely play mini-matches - nothing too serious and all in good fun, as the first priorities!

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Croke Park Tour and GAA Museum Visit

Sports Dublin
$17
Croke Park is Ireland's largest and most iconic sporting arena and headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). Located in Dublin's North city centre it offers a tour and museum visit that is designed to showcase the history, culture and traditions surrounding Gaelic games.

Croke Park is an iconic stadium, steeped in history, and has been at the heart of Irish sporting and cultural life for over 100 years. Take a trip here and enjoy an unrivaled state-of-the-art interactive visitor experience and find out more about Ireland's unique national games and the fastest field game in the world – hurling and Gaelic football.

Croke Park Stadium Tours offer an access-all-areas trip through the home of Irish sport. Walk in the footsteps of legends as you visit the team dressing rooms before going pitch-side and taking a seat in the VIP area. Enjoy panoramic views from the top tier of the stand – 30 meters above the famous pitch.

Explore the museum with its new exhibition galleries that vividly illustrate the story of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day. Test your own hurling and football skills in the interactive games zone – a must for museum visitors of all ages.

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18 Holes at Castle Barna Golf Club Including Club Hire

Sports Daingean
$28
Spend a day golfing on the Emerald Isle at Castle Barna Golf Club, just one hour outside of Dublin amidst a rolling green landscape. Here on the banks of the Grand Canal, test your skills on the 18-hole course that's covered in streams and trees—and club hire is even included so there's no need to travel with your own. After a challenging round on the scenic course, unwind at the old stone clubhouse that's conveniently located onsite.

Leave the rush of the city behind on a one-hour drive from Dublin, and test your skills playing 18 holes at Castle Barna Golf Club.

Set on the banks of the Grand Canal, this course is a great way to see central Ireland and test out your skills on the tees. With its immaculate fairways and well-maintained greens, the course has hosted numerous prestigious Irish golfing events, and will challenge any visiting golfer with its tree-line holed and terrain. 

Grab an iron for the challenging tee shot on the course's signature hole—the par-3 "Barge," which requires driving your shot as straight as an arrow. The course will test the skills of even the lowest handicap golfer, but is still accessible enough for any traveling golfer to enjoy. After the round, relax with a drink and a bite to eat in the charming old stone clubhouse.

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Afternoon Tea Tour

Foodies Dublin
$48
Enjoy gorgeous afternoon tea as we  take a trip through the city taking in the Phoenix Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Christ Church, Wood Quay, O'Connell Street, Trinity College, Georgian Dublin, St. Stephens Green and more. Pick up at The CHQ, 1 Custom House Quay, North Dock, Dublin 1.

Take a step back in time with Vintage Tea Tours and experience Dublin in a unique way. Climb on board, snuggle up and allow us treat you to a little bit of nostalgia. Enjoy our renowned Afternoon Tea delicacies, good conversation and tap along to some fabulous 1950's jazz. This is Afternoon Tea with a difference. This is an experience.There's no better way to experience the city than on our Vintage Routemaster.
We run three tours a day Wednesday through to Sunday at 11am, 1.15pm and 3.30pm. Please arrive 15 minutes before departure time.
Pick up @ EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, The CHQ, 1 Custom House Quay, North Dock, Dublin 1.

Please email info@vintageteatours.ie to confirm any dietary requirements.

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Vegan Dublin Food Tour (Afternoon Crawl, including Afternoon Tea Sampling)

Foodies Dublin
$107

What do vegans in Dublin eat? 
Find out on the Vegan Dublin Food Tour!  

Join this food-lover crawl by VeganInIreland to experience a unique culinary adventure in the heart of Dublin City!
Take time to sample mouth-watering foods, drinks and desserts at no less than 6 hot-spots, accompanied by a small group of like-minded foodies, and two friendly vegan guides.


The tour also includes a sampling of Vegan Afternoon Tea, as well as tips and pointers to Dublin‘s hidden vegan gems.


Whether you are vegan or not – if you enjoy delicious foods and craic – this tour is for you.

  • 3.5-hour walking tour in Dublin's city center.
  • Tours start at 2.00PM and finish at 5.30PM.
  • We will sample delicious food and drinks at 6 city hot-sposts (restaurants, cafes, eateries and a surprise spot!).
  • You will also get to experience a unique and exclusive sampling of Vegan Afternoon Tea!
  • All foods, drinks and desserts included in ticket price.
  • Foods served are the equivalent of 1-2 full meals - you won't leave hungry!
  • Discover the local vegan scene with the help of two friendly vegan experts.
  • Small groups only - the tour is limited to 8 participants on each tour, for a boutique-like experience.
  • Meeting point will appear on your ticket voucher once booking is complete.
  • IMPORTANT: This tour route is different than the route of the Wednesday Vegan Dublin Food Tour. You can book both tours, and you will experience completely different places. 

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Enjoy a Relaxed Cooking Class and Panoramic Sea Views with a Local in Skerries

Classes Skerries
$65
Join your host Elena for a fun and relaxed cooking class in a modern open plan kitchen with stunning panoramic sea views. You'll be preparing a healthy meal that combines Romanian, local Irish and as well as a few international dishes before you sit down to enjoy the meal together!

Elena is a Romanian ex-scientist turned interior designer with an immense love for food and travel! She has visited more than 40 countries and has some fascinating stories to share. When she travels one of her favourite things is to sample the most unusual of the local foods (from snails and frog legs in France to snake in Vietnam or crocodile tails and green ants in Australia!). 

Elena's mother is a great cook and she hopes to have inherited her cooking skills! Elena lives in a modern home on the shore of the Irish Sea in Skerries (a former fishing village/holiday town), with beautiful sea views and stunning sunsets! She lives with her family, partner Patrick and 7 year old daughter, Nadia, who will join the experience on days they are available.

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Learn to Cook Gourmet Irish Cuisine with a Local Celebrity Chef in Dublin

Classes Dublin
$112
Join your local host Mary at her large, colorful Provencal-style kitchen with an Aga oven. Learn to cook a seasonal, modern Irish meal from fail-safe recipes that Mary has perfected over the years. During your hands-on cooking class you will learn to cook 2-3 dishes from scratch - an appetizer, a main dish and a side or dessert - before you sit down at the table to share the meal you helped prepare. Please note that as some dishes take a while to prepare, Mary will have a few dishes cooked ahead of time for your meal. 

Your gourmet menu may include dishes such as an appetizer of Howth smoked salmon and dill tower with citrus avocado mousse and micro-herbs, a main of Irish chicken breast stuffed with mushrooms and parsley in a lime marmalade sauce served with creamed potatoes or pan-fried duck breast in Mary's signature citrus-soy sauce served with green beans and glazed carrots, and a dessert of a raspberry pavlova or chocolate roulade with freshly whipped cream.

Mary is a warm and wonderful host passionate about food and cooking. A local celebrity chef, Mary won a national competition on TV for the best amateur cook in the country! The eldest of three children, Mary stepped in as the cook at home and learned the basics very early. She could never say no to good food and that's how she developed a keen interest in cooking. She became a cooking instructor at the Howth Castle cookery school where she taught until she recently retired.

Mary loves nurturing people through food - her favorite kind of cooking is when she's having people over for a dinner party! Mary hosts along with Denis, an affable Irishman who was a fine art auctioneer with an in-depth knowledge of art, antiques and furniture. She says the secret to their successful 40-year old marriage is to keep her husband's stomach full!

Mary is happy to create gourmet vegetarian and vegan meals as well for the vegetarians and vegans out there! Let her know your dietary restrictions when making your booking.

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Dublin Smiles Air Tour

Air Tours Dublin
$118
Ever wanted to float over a pint of Guinness ,well then a taste of Dublin and fly with us. Capture the soul of the city and be one of the first to see Dublin smile from the sky.

Fly over the Phoenix Park and into Dublin City. Here you will see the Guinness Brewery, St Patricks Cathedral ,River liffey the Spire and much more.
Enjoy spectacular views of Dublin bay with a guaranteed window seat. Your  professional pilot will provide expert commentary along the way so you can sit back and enjoy Dublin smile.

Experience Dublin like never before.

You will take off from Weston airport where you will immediately get to experience Dublin and its surrounding countryside . Flying into Dublin City you will get to see Phoenix Park, the largest urban park in Europe. Here we will also see the home of the President Of Ireland  and Dublin Zoo.

Then you will get a chance to fly over the famous Guinness Brewery. You are now over the heart of Dublin City where you will get to see the River Liffey, the Spire ,St Patricks Cathedral, and much more of our beautiful City. Enjoy spectacular views of Dublin bay before heading back to Weston airport.

Your professional pilot will provide expert commentary along the way so you can sit back and enjoy Dublin Smile.
Experience Dublin like never before.

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Wicklow mountains and Glendalough Air Tour

Air Tours Dublin
$237
Experience Lakes ,mountains and Waterfalls. See the best of what Ireland has to offer in this spectacular tour. Fly Straight over the Blessington Lakes to Glendalough,a glacial valley and one of Ireland's most popular natural tourist attractions.

One of the most beautiful views in Ireland and not to be missed.

Fly over the beautiful Lough Tay(Guinness lake) and then over Powerscourt estate before travelling along our beautiful coastline . Next you will glide up the River liffey where you will have spectacular views of Dublin Bay. Finally return home over the Guinness Brewery and Phoenix Park.

You are guaranteed a window seat  along with a professional Pilot who will provide commentary.
Overall a very unique experience which will leave you wanting to come back.

This is the most popular tour as it takes in the spectacular views of County Wicklow and the delights of Dublin City. You will  fly straight to the mouth watering Blessington Lakes ,then over the dramatic Wicklow mountains to Glendalough(The valley of the 2 lakes),which is a glacial valley.

You will see this breath taking rugged countryside which is often used as a backdrop to many major films such as Braveheart.

You will now fly over the famous Guinness Lake (lough Tay) where rumour has it that this is the water used to brew Guinness. After this you will see Powerscourt estate-one of our magnificent country estates surrounded by beautiful lush gardens. Travelling on then north to Bray, along our spectacular coastline to Killiney and Dalkey, home to Bono and Enya.

Next we will fly around by Dublin Port  and up the River Liffey  where you will get a chance to fly over the Guinness brewery right in the heart of Dublin .

Overall a very unique experience which will leave you wanting to come back.!

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3-hour Connemara Wild Deer Viewing Safari from Letterfrack

Nature Tours Galway
$461

Join us on an exclusive early morning guided wild deer viewing safari in Connemara. You will attempt to catch sighting of this majestic wild animal in it natural habitat of scenic mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. Whilst tracking the deer in full equipped 4x4 vehicles, learn from your professional local guide about the unique fauna and flora of this area and enjoy a complementary hot drink and biscuits.

Without a doubt, the most exciting time of year for deer watching is early to mid-October when the red deer start their courting actions, during the short period of time known as the ‘rut'. Hormonally charged males put on an impressive show as they fight to build their harem of females, and if you're lucky you might see two red stags locked in an antler to antler battle! But if you are deer watching at this special time of year, you will almost certainly hear them barking or clashing antlers amongst the trees. A pair of binoculars is a must and will be supplied.

Exact details, times and directions to the start point will be provided after booking.

Please arrive at the meeting point provided after booking at dawn, approx. 6am (times will vary throughout the year). After this meet your local guide and climb into the 4x4 vehicle supplied at the departure point.

Then, start the wild deer viewing safari and drive through this privately owned wilderness area of scenic mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands and begin tracking of deer. Learn from your professional guide about the unique fauna and flora as well as the history and ecology of the area. You will also be served complimentary hot drinks and biscuits during the tour.

You will return back to the vehicle to finish the tour at approx. 9am.

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Connemara National Park Self-Guided Tour

Nature Tours Galway
$35

Explore a variety of nature walks in Connemara National Park located on the stunning Wild Atlantic Way route.The park covers some 2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. The Parks mountain's, namely Benbaun, Bencullagh, Benbrack and Muckanaght, are part of the famous 12 Bens mountain range.The Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate, to the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who enjoy their walking.

Western blanket bog and heath land are the predominant vegetation types to be found in the Park, with heather covering the mountain sides. Insectivorous plants such as Sundews and Pinguicula form an integral part of the bog community. Wild Red deer can be seen occasionally and the bird life of the Park is varied and birds of prey are present. Rabbits, foxes, stoats, shrews, and bats are often observed at night. The largest mammal in the Park is the Connemara Pony. 

Connemara National Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate and also includes the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who are very serious about their walking. Spend a wonderful day outdoors and breathe in the pure, fresh Connemara air. The park also have a wonderful playground for smaller children. The playground features a variety of wooden equipment including see-saws, slides, chin-up bars, tunnels, and playhouses. There are picnic tables with views of Diamond Hill.

Arrive at the Connemara National Park in Letterfrack in the morning, and view an exhibition on the Connemara Landscape at the visitor center.

After, explore the park, and choose to walk any of the following nature trails:
0.5km - Ellis Wood Nature Trail
1.5km - Sruffounboy Walk
3.0km - Lower Diamond Hill Walk
3.7km - Upper Diamond Hill Walk

With this package you get a voucher to have lunch at the Connemara National Park Tea Room, situated in the park. The lunch consists of a delicious homemade soup of the day, served with homemade brown bread, plus a freshly made sandwich (plain or toasted), with two fillings of your choice and tea or coffee.

After lunch, you can walk up Diamond Hill. The hike takes approximately three hours. On the various walks you can discover the parks fauna and flora.

When you reach the top of the Diamond Hill, you'll see stunning views across the national park to the Twelve Bens mountain range, the village Letterfrack, and the many islands in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Dublin Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and Entry to Over 30 Attractions

Sightseeing Passes Dublin
$69
Enjoy free access to more than 25 top Dublin attractions for one great-value price with the Dublin Pass. Get complimentary entry to the famous Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, Dalkey Castle and other visitor draws and landmarks, and enjoy convenient skip-the-line access to select attractions. Sightsee at your leisure with your free 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus tour. Catch generous discounts at select shops, restaurants and more. Choose from 1-, 2-, 3-, 4- 5- or 6-day validity and, armed with your pass, enjoy the freedom to create own itinerary, helped by your complimentary Dublin guidebook.

Select a 1-, 2-, 3-,4- 5- or 6-day Dublin Pass when you book. Then, download your pass and use directly from your mobile device!

Your pass is valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days and offers free access to more than 25 top Dublin visitor attractions, including skip-the-line entry to select landmarks, as well as host of other privileges and special offers. Among other benefits, enjoy free entry to the Guinness Storehouse, a temple to Ireland's famous beer that features a seventh-floor bar with uninterrupted city views.

Plus, use your pass to explore Christ Church Cathedral, the oldest building in Dublin and a gem of Medieval architecture, tour Dalkey Castle, and much, much more.

Most featured attractions are within walking distance or easy access of the city center (see the Itinerary for a full list).
As well as free entry to a long list of attractions, your Dublin Pass also offers:

FREE 80+ Page Dublin Guidebook
: When you collect your Dublin Pass, receive an 80+ page color Dublin guidebook complete with a full list of participating attractions, helpful maps, plus a useful newcomers' guide to the Irish capital.
Skip-the-Line Entry: 
Simply show your Dublin Pass at the entrance to select attractions and enjoy skip-the-line access, bypassing the main lines to save you hassle and give you more time to explore inside!
Special Offers: 
Enjoy a host of money-saving offers and discounts at select Dublin shops, restaurants, theaters, entertainment venues, tours and more, including a free whiskey tasting and complimentary whiskey glass when you spend 50 Euro or more at Dublin's Celtic Whiskey Shop.

Special Offer - Buy one 3-Day Pass to save up to 50% on Dublin admissions, compared to booking attractions separately.
There are similar savings to be made on the 1-Day, 2-Day and 5-Day Passes! - Book Now!

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Dublin Freedom Pass: Unlimited Transport and Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing

Sightseeing Passes Dublin
$42
Use the Dublin Freedom Pass (DoDublin Card) to travel around the city and sightsee with ease. Valid for 72 hours from first use, the handy transport and sightseeing pass includes unlimited Dublin Airport Express shuttles and central Dublin bus travel, plus an award winning DoDublin hop-on hop-off city tour. Use the pass to sightsee on your own terms, and see top Dublin attractions such as Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery at Bow St; even better, the pass also includes savings on entrance fees to select attractions. Included in your ticket is a completely free Pat Liddy Walking Tour, and free entry to the Little Museum of Dublin.

Your Dublin Freedom Ticket is valid for 72 hours from the time of first use, making it perfect for a short vacation or to help you get your bearings at the start of a longer trip. After redeeming your voucher for your pass, you'll also receive a map with detailed information about Dublin and its famous attractions. Use the map to plan your independent sightseeing with ease.

The pass includes airport transfers by Airlink Express, a Dublin hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour, public transport by bus around the city (daytime only) and discounted entry to select top city attractions.

Airlink Express Service:
Use the bus service to travel between Dublin Airport and the city center, Temple Bar and all Dublin train and bus stations. The convenient service operates daily, every 15 minutes. Two routes: 747 & 757. 

DoDublin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour:
Show your pass on a choice of two routes around the city, and see or visit Dublin's top attractions at your own pace. Simply hop on or off wherever you like; any entrance fees are your own expense.

Original Route:
Stops include O'Connell Street/DoDublin HQ
• Writers Museum
• O'Connell Street/GPO
• Custom House 
• EPIC & Jeanie Johnston
• Samuel Beckett Bridge & CCD
• Cardiff Lane - Grand Canal Square
• Pearse St. Library
• Westland Row 
• Merrion Square - National Gallery
• Merrion Street - Leinster House & Natural History Museum
• St. Stephen's Green - Little Museum & Grafton Street
• National Library, National Museum & Trinity College
• Oscar Wilde's Birthplace
• Pearse Street 
• College Green - Trinity College & Irish Whiskey Museum
• City Hall & Temple Bar
• Dublin Castle 
• Christ Church Cathdral
• St Patrick's Cathedral
• Newmarket Square - Teeling's Whiskey Distillery
• St James Gate - Guinness Storehouse
• Royal Hospital - Museum of Modern Art
• Kilmainham Gaol
• War Memorial Gardens
• Heuston Rail Station
• Phoenix Park - Dublin Zoo
• Parkgate Street - Ryan's Victorian Bar
• Collins Barracks - National Museum of History
• Arran Quay - St. Michan's Church
• Smithfield - Jameson Distillery Bow Street
• The Four Courts
• Bachelor's Walk - Dublin Discovered Cruise

Dublin Public Transport:
Board any of the central Dublin buses to travel around the city and to coastal seaside towns anywhere on the Dublin Bus network. 

Discounted Attraction Entrance:

  • The Guinness Storehouse (up to 6% saving)
  • The Old Jameson Distillery (up to 7% saving)
  • The National Wax Museum Plus (10% saving)

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Family friendly: Dublin with kids

Family Friendly Dublin
$51
Dublin is the perfect city to visit as a family; it's small enough to explore without little legs getting tired, the locals are some of the friendliest you'll find anywhere in the world and there's food that even the pickiest eaters will love! But if you're wondering what are the best things to do as a family,let a local design an experience that combines a bit of everything Dublin has to offer that the whole family will love. Explore the vibrant heart of the city where locals play music in the street, visit fascinating spots like the Little Museum of Dublin, get outdoors in St Stephen's Green or discover Dublin Zoo in Phoenix Park - get ready to discover a Dublin that the whole family will love!

Join a Local Host who understands that a day out with the kids can be unpredictable, and knows the places and things that will keep everyone entertained!Dublin is one of the oldest cities in Europe, so learn about its culture, heritage and the fight for independence at spots like the General Post Office and the National Museum of Ireland. If little legs get tired from walking through the lively streets or along the Liffey, you can always visit a park like St Stephen's Green or stop by a local tea shop to refuel with some delicious cakes!Discover well loved attractions like Dublin Zoo, family friendly museums like the Little Museum of Dublin and Dublin Castle. Relax or explore a well-loved local park which is an oasis in the heart of the city and stop by a tea room to refuel with home made local cakes and a chocolate.

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Irish Night Show Including 4-Course Dinner

Cabaret Dublin
$71

Irelands most loved entertainment venue Taylors Three Rock involves a rip roaring evening of traditional Irish song and dance.

The entertainment includes world champion Irish dancers and top traditional Irish musicians. This show also includes audience participation where you can learn some traditional Irish dance steps.

With a great selection of quality Irish food to delight your palate, a three course meal complete with an Irish coffee

The cabaret shows run nightly and are proved to be very popular among tourists and locals alike. This Irish Night show is an excellent evening of all things song and dance, and gives you an opportunity to learn some traditional Irish dance steps with award winning Irish dancers.