Cork’s Rebellious Past

Cork is the main destination on our Cork & Blarney Castle Tour. County Cork is both the largest and most southern county in all of Ireland. It is also the 3rd most populous after Dublin and Antrim. Rebel County Cork

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The Blarney Stone and the Gift of the Gab

Blarney Castle is famed for its Blarney Stone. It is said to bestow the gift of the gab onto anyone who kisses it. The castle’s management say the ritual of kissing the stone has been performed by millions of people

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The Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs Of Moher The Cliffs of Moher didn’t receive over 1.4 million visitors last year for no good reason. Towering at 702 feet at their highest point the sight of these cliffs is guaranteed to make your jaw drop

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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge in Co. Antrim links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It spans 20m and is 30m above the rocks below. History Fishermen first built the bridge in 1755 & they have been building bridges for over

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Kings, Fishermen & Giants – Discover Northern Ireland

Kings, Fishermen & Giants – Discover Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Giant’s Causeway Day Tour Ireland is a destination which reminds me to stop and enjoy the beauty of this world. It can provide the hustle and bustle of a city

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Galway city

Galway City   Galway city known as the city of Tribes is often seen as the cultural capital of Ireland. With its medieval streets, its cobblestone walks, its great arts festival and ruined castles, Galway has something unique to offer.

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The Cliffs of Moher – An Iconic Destination

The Cliffs Of Moher – An iconic Destination The Cliffs of Moher rise to 240 metres at the highest point and has a range of 8 km along the Atlantic Ocean. Situated on the Western seaboard of County Clare, you

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National Botanical gardens Dublin

Dublin’s National Botanic Gardens The Botanic Gardens Dublin are a stunning green space filled with trees, flowers, fountains, bridges, perfectly manicured hedges and glasshouses. Extensive grounds of 48 acres are ready to be explored and include 300 endangered species of

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Exploring Ireland’s history at Glasnevin Cemetery

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Glasnevin Cemetery If you’re thinking about things to do on the weekend in Dublin, perhaps visiting a cemetery is not on your list. You may be considering shopping or walking in one of the many green areas of Dublin such

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Northern Ireland – landscape, legends and history

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Northern Ireland Northern Ireland is a fascinating place partly due to its recent history but it is also home to some of the most stunning landscapes in the Island of Ireland. For this reason a Northern Ireland tour had to be

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