Dublin Ireland sightseeing - Best things to do in Dublin
Already booked your Dublin vacation, and now have some free time? Enjoy one or more of our Dublin day tours which cover such diverse topics as castles, places older than the Pyramids, seaside villages, and more. Have more time to spend? Take our longer sightseeing tours from Dublin for 2, 3 or even 6 days. The choices are endless. By using Dublin as your base, you can explore Ireland far and wide. We have both bus sightseeing tours from Dublin as well as train tours which start in Dublin.

Day Tours Tours by Train from Dublin:
RAIL TOURS FROM DUBLIN
Please note that these tours require a minimum purchase of $200. We can prebook your Dublin hotel the night before the tour. See below.

1 Day Tours
2 Day Tours
3 Day Tours
4 Day Tours
5 Day Tours
6 Day Tours

Train tours to Northern Ireland

Tours by bus


DunluceOne Day Tour to Northern Ireland The Giants Causeway, Glens of Antrim and Causeway Coastal Route DC10
A fascinating day out to Belfast, taking in the Giant's Causeway, and Dunluce Castle. Rail travel Dublin - Belfast - Dublin by "Enterprise Express" (all admissions, transfers /tours included)
ITINERARY Check in Dublin Connolly station 07:15 (Gate for Platform 4) for Enterprise Service (light breakfast available). At Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, we join our tour and head to the famous Antrim Coast Road crossing the lovely Glens of Antrim en route to Ballycastle and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge (April - September only). Glimpse the Scottish coast on a clear day. We continue to the stunning Giant's Causeway next, seeing Dunluce Castle (photo stop only). We return to Belfast and our train to Dublin arriving at Connolly station at 20:15 (8.15pm). Please note Sterling (British) Currency is required in Northern Ireland Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday) In January/February and November/December, we depart on Saturdays only.

Titanic Belfast and Belfast City DC10T Monday to Saturday Check-in for 07:35 departure from Connolly Station. Enjoy a one day tour north by train to Belfast and then a Hop On-Hop Off City Sightseeing tour of the Titanic Quarter, Fall’s Road, Shankill Road and the Peace Wal, as well as the newly opened Crumlin Road Jail. Visitor Attraction Admissions included: Hop on Hop Off City Bus Tour & Titanic Visitor Centre.

AvocaDC08 Wicklow Mountains, East Coast, Avoca (Ballykissangel) & Glendalough By Train-A lovely day our into the Wicklow Mountains to visit Ireland's most famous village, Avoca, otherwise known as "Ballykissangel" to tv viewers, and also the magnificent Glendalough (valley of the two lakes). Travel from Dublin where Killiney bay & beach unfold in front of you, the train follows the coast and hugs the cliff edge as we make our way to Arklow. This tour visits the village of Avoca, known as ‘Ballykissangel’ and Avoca Handweavers, the oldest working woollen mill. Treat yourself to vibrant coloured handcrafts. The tour finishes with a trip to the 12th Century Monastic settlement of Glendalough, nestled in the valley of the two lakes before returning to Dublin.

One Day Tours
Tour Title TOUR CODE Adult USD
Day Tours    
Wicklow Mountains, East Coast, Avoca (Ballykissangel) & Glendalough DC08 $87
Monday to Saturday
 
Cork City, Blarney Castle and Gardens, Cobh and the Queenstown Story DH02 $161
Monday to Saturday
 
Connemara and Galway Bay DH04 $161
Monday to Saturday
 
The Ring of Kerry DH05 $161
Monday to Saturday
 
The Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle, The Burren & Galway Bay DH06 $161
Monday to Saturday
 
The Aran Islands DH11 $215
Monday to Saturday
 
The Giants Causeway, Glens of Antrim and Causeway Coastal Route DC10 $161
Monday to Saturday
 
Titanic Belfast and Belfast City DC10T $161
Monday to Saturday
 
Waterford Crystal and Kilkenny City DH01 $150
Monday to Saturday 
 
Gap of Dunloe Day & Killarney Lakes DH05GD $150
Monday to Saturday
April to October

1 Day Cork, Blarney Castle, Cobh & Queenstown Titanic Story DH02

Corkonians would argue that Cork is the best place to travel to in Ireland as they consider the southern belle to be the real capital.  Be that as it may, Cork is famous for many things, and to name just two, the Blarney Stone and Cobh. The Blarney Stone is part of Blarney Castle just five miles from Cork City.  The Blarney stone was a gift from Robert the Bruce in Scotland, to Cormac MacCarthy, the King of Munster, for sending 4,000 men to help Scotland defeat the English in 1314 at the Battle of Bannockburn.  The stone is also known as the Stone of Destiny.  According to legend, kissing the stone endows the kisser with the gift of the gab (great eloquence or skill at flattery).   After Blarney, we move onto Cobh.   Cobh is the main port in Cork and was the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic.  Cobh, was renamed Queenstown in 1849 to commemorate a visit by Queen Victoria.  In 1920, when the Irish Free State was born, Queenstown was quickly replaced by the name Cobh (which is the Irish word for Cove).  Whether you are interested in the Irish Emigration story, tracing your ancestors, learning more about the ill-fated Titanic and the Lusitania, or immersing yourself in the Irish naval and military history, Cobh Heritage Centre has it all and lots more. This tour is one of the many very scenic rail trips from Dublin

DEPARTS Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00 ENDS Heuston Station is at 20.00 hrs. (8.00pm). Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday) 

Kylemore Abbey1 Day Tour Connemara and Galway Bay DH04

The West Awake –Travel to Galway, Ireland.  This is a great tour which includes Galway City known affectionately as the city of the tribes. See Galway Bay. Clifden the Capital of Connemara and its famous landmark Kylemore Abbey.  Connemara is an area of sheer rugged beauty.  It is comprised of the Twelve Bens (mountains) and is renowned for all outdoor pursuits, hiking, cycling, horse-riding, fishing, etc and in addition is an Irish speaking area.  Today Kylemore Abbey is owned and run by the Benedictine community who have been in residence here since 1920, after fleeing Belgium during World War 1.  Be sure to check out the Victorian garden and chapel.  At Maam Cross, the Connemara "crossroads", there is a replica of the cottage used in the 1950's John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara film "The Quiet Man". The best months to travel to Ireland would be May, June, July, August and September.  Ireland’s northern position means that it gets dark between 10 and 11pm.

DEPARTS Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) 07:35 ENDS Dublin Heuston arriving at 21:45 Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday). 


Sheep Day Tour - The Ring of Kerry DH05

The Ring of Kerry or the Iveragh Peninsula is Ireland’s most famous road trip. It is 108 miles in circumference.  As the name suggests, the ring begins and ends in Killarney.  On your journey, you will pass the towns of Sneem, Waterville and Killorglin to name but a few.  On the coastal stretch, you will see the Skelligs also known as the Beehive huts, once a monastic site and now famous for the filming of Star Wars.  It is a very scenic drive where you will enjoy breathtaking views of lakes, mountains, and ocean views.  As an eyewitness travel guide to Ireland, whatever the weather, the Ring of Kerry will not disappoint.  The only passport requirements for travel to Ireland is making sure your passport is valid for at least the duration of your stay.

DEPARTS  Heuston station (Customer Service Desk) 07.00 ENDS Heuston is at 21:00. Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday)



{short description of image}Day Tour - Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle, Burren & Galway Bay DH06 A day trip to Ireland's rugged and unique mid-western coast, through Limerick on the mighty River Shannon and on then to the imposing Bunratty Castle with its lovely folk park. The stunning Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Galway Bay. A flavor of Galway City concludes the tour before our return to Dublin. Check in Dublin Heuston station (Customer Service Desk) 07.00 for InterCity train to Limerick (breakfast available). We join our coach at Limerick, have a short tour of the treaty city and setting for "Angela's Ashes". We head north to Bunratty Castle and Folk Village (admission included), then to a Doolin Pub for our lunch stop and on to the majestic Cliffs of Moher on the wild Atlantic coast. We enter the unique lunar landscape of the Burren, rounding Black Head before heading along the shores of Galway Bay to Galway the city of the tribes where we join our Dublin bound train (light meals available) arriving in Heuston at 21.45. The drive from the Cliffs of Moher to Galway city is regarded by the AA Automobile Association as one of the top 10 coastal drives in Europe. Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday)

KilkennyDay Tour Waterford Crystal, Kilkenny City & the Suir Valley DH01 (By rail to the South East of Ireland) We visit the ancient city of Kilkenny or as it is known "The Marble City". We continue on to explore the historic Viking City of Waterford where we visit The Waterford Crystal Visitors Centre. With an option to explore more!. You may ask: Why travel to Ireland?  Ireland is the old country – actually thousands of years old.  There is a lot of history and it’s a great reason to look up your ancestry.   Two great cities to visit in Ireland are Waterford and Kilkenny.  Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland founded by the Vikings and is most famous for its magnificent world renowned crystal.  Kilkenny, is a medieval city with narrow lanes and historical buildings, two of which are St Canice’s Cathedral and Kilkenny Castle.  Kilkenny is a quaint, charming city with cobbled stones, and has great pubs and restaurants.  Travel west through the beautiful Suir Valley through Co. Tipperary. Pack light and bring a rain jacket is the best advice on how to travel in Ireland.
DEPARTS Heuston Station Customer Service Desk for 07.25  ENDS Dublin Heuston at 20.00. Departs daily Monday to Saturday

Day Tour Tour DH11 Aran Islands & Galway City DH11 A unique opportunity to visit Inishmore the largest of the legendary Aran Islands facing the wild Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of Galway . Bay. If you wish to take a step back in time, the best place to travel in Ireland is possibly the The Aran Islands.  Living on the islands with the rough Atlantic on your doorstep can be harsh.  However, people are never in a hurry and always have great welcome for the visitor.   Kilronan is the main town on Inis Mor and here you will find the ancient fort of Dun Aengus with its sheer cliffs and dramatic seascapes.   (flights included), Please note: Should weather conditions be such as to curtail flights you will be taken on an alternative tour to Connemara and refunded the difference.
DEPARTS Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 07:35 ENDS Heuston arriving at 21:45 Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday)

 

Tour Title TOUR CODE Adult USD
Overnight Tours (1 Night Accommodation) single supplement $53
Cork, Blarney Castle and the Queenstown Story DH02AN $282
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 
Connemara and Galway  DH04AN $282
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 
Killarney and The Ring of Kerry DH05AN $282
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 
Limerick City and The Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle DH06AN $282
Operates Daily (Mon-Fri)
 
Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquet and the Cliffs of Moher DH06BN $404
Operates Daily (Mon-Fri)
 
Belfast City and The Giant’s Causeway DC10AN $296/single adds $72
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 


TWO DAY TOURS
Tour Title TOUR CODE Adult USD
2 Day Tours (1 Night Accomodation) single supplement $53
Cork, Blarney Castle and the Queenstown Story, Killarney and The Ring of Kerry DH03 $390
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 
The West Coast Explorer DH07 $404
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 
Belfast City, Game of Thrones and The Giants Causeway DC10G $404/single adds $72
Operates Tues/Fri/Sat
 
Giants Causeway, Belfast City, The Titanic Quarter & the Titanic Visitor Experience DC10N $390/single adds $72
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 
Connemara Capital Railtour DH09 $377
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
 

Cobh Two Day Tour Blarney Castle, Cobh, Killarney & Ring of Kerry DH03
A two day tour to the South and South West of Ireland taking in Cork, Blarney Castle, The Queenstown Story at Cobh, overnighting in Killarney and touring the world renowned Ring of Kerry - (all admissions, transfers, tours included)

Day 1 Train leaves Dublin for Cork city where you will transfer onto a coach and be driven to Blarney Castle and here you will have a chance to kiss the famous Blarney Stone.  After Blarney it is on to Cobh formerly known as Queenstown, the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic.   Afterwards, we travel back to Cork City and board the train for Killarney where we spend the night at a B&B and your evening is free.  Killarney is a great town, with lots of pubs, restaurants and great music.

Day 2 – There is a reason why most travel trips to Ireland include the Ring of Kerry.  The Ring of Kerry is THE best road trip Ireland has to offer and is approximately 108 miles in circumference.     Be sure to take your camera, as the scenery is spectacular and includes mountains, lakes, valleys and the wild Atlantic Ocean.   On this tour there are views of the Skellig Rocks (islands), where Star Wars 'The Force Awakens' was recently filmed. The Ring of Kerry is one of the best places to travel in Ireland.

DEPARTS Dublin Heuston at 07:00 (Customer Service Desk)  ENDS Heuston 21.00. Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday)

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Kylemore AbbeyThe West Coast Explorer (including Galway Bay) Tour DH07 - Two Day Tour An opportunity to experience "the best of the West" in two days taking in Limerick, Bunratty Castle, the Cliffs of Moher, Galway Bay and overnighting in Galway City. Next day exploring Connemara including Kylemore Abbey.

Budget Travel to Ireland – this tour is up your alley. 
Day One – Depart Heuston Station, Dublin at 7am for Limerick City.  Upon arrival in Limerick, you will be met by coach and have a short tour of Limerick (childhood home of Frank McCourt, author of Angela’s Ashes).  From Limerick, we head to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park and from there to the village of Doolin for a quick stop at O’Connors Pub.   Then, we head up through the Burren and into Galway City otherwise known as the City of the Tribes.  Tonight we overnight in Galway where you will be spoiled for choice with all the pubs and restaurants this city has to offer with great music too.
Day 2 – Heading  to Connemara today – Clifden is the capital. and is a vast area of rugged mountains, lakes and valleys.  You will enjoy breathtaking views along the Wild Atlantic Way.   Kylemore Abbey, is the landmark in Clifden and we will have a short stop for photographs.  Returning to Galway City later in the day to catch the train back to Dublin, arriving at Heuston Station at 9:45pm.  For all US Citizens, you do not need a Visa for Ireland but you do need a valid passport to travel to Ireland.

DEPARTS Dublin Heuston station (Customer Service Desk) for 07:00 ENDS Dublin Heuston arriving at 21.45. Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday).

“When is a good time to travel to Ireland” is a question often asked – and the answer is anytime!  However, if you prefer long days of daylight – summertime is best.  So, if you are someone who says I want to travel to Ireland, call Lynott tours and we will help you on your way.

2 Day Giants Causeway & Belfast Overnight DC10N

Is it safe to travel to Northern Ireland is a question often asked and the answer is a resounding yes? The Good Friday was signed on Good Friday 1998  It brought about a ceasefire and no more violence.

Day 1 – Check into Connolly Station for 7:35am departure to Belfast.  Light breakfast available on train.   Taking in the Giant's Causeway on Day 1 with 4 star Belfast hotel accommodation and on Day 2 a relaxing day of exploring Belfast and its attractions including The Titanic Quarter.  Before you travel to Belfast, Northern Ireland, make sure you bring some British Pounds, as it is still part of the UK.

DEPARTS Dublin Connolly station (information desk) for 07:35  ENDS Dublin Connolly at 20:15. Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday). 

Belfast & Game of Thrones & Giants Causeway All aboard for Westeros and Winterfell 2 Day Tour DC10G

This tour covers the highlights of Belfast City, stunning scenery featured in the award-winning Games of Thrones and Giant's Causeway into two exciting days. Arrive into Belfast, Ireland’s second largest city, you will be given Hop On Hop Off sightseeing tickets to join the Belfast Hop-On/Hop-Off tour which not only explores the city centre but also the Titanic Quarter (see the original dock where the great liner was built), and Belfast Castle. Our Hop-on Hop-off city tour provides your with a comprehensive look at our very special city. Your ticket is valid for 48 hours, to allow you to explore every area and district of this unique place.Rain, hail or shine, you'll stay comfortable on this tour- Belfast's only fully enclosed tour bus on wet days! On day 2:

Depart Belfast and travel north along the scenic Causeway Route on our Game of Thrones tour* where we visit seven iconic sites from Series 1 to 4.

At Cushendun we walk to the Caves where Melisandre of Asshai gave birth to her "shadow baby" who then slayed Renly Baratheon.

Then on to Ballycastle to see where Varys was born as a slave in the Free Cities. Travel along the natural tree arches of Dark Hedges on Kings Road, one of Ireland's most photographed locations, where Arya Stark escaped from Kings Landing dressed as a boy. We break for lunch (not included) at the cosy Fullerton Arms in Ballintoy Harbour where several major scenes were filmed. You might even hear a story or two from the staff who have played host to some of the biggest stars in the show!

Depart: 07:35 Dublin Connolly Station Return: 22:15 Dublin Connolly Station (20:15 Nov-Feb) (Sundays 21:15)

Cliffs of Moher tour

3 day tours

 

 

Tour Title TOUR CODE Adult USD
3 Day Tours (2 Nights Accommodation) single supplement $106
Cork, Blarney Castle, The Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula DH3D
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat) from March to October only
Low Season (October-May) $647
High Season (June-September) $674
 
Cork, Blarney Castle, The Ring of Kerry and The Cliffs of Moher DH36
Operates Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat
Low Season (October-May) $701
High Season (June-September) $728
 
The Cliffs of Moher, Connemara and the Aran Islands  DH711
Operates Daily (Mon-Sat)
Low Season (October-May) $714
High Season (June-September) $741
 

3 Day Tour Cliffs of Moher, Connemara and Aran Islands Tour DH711

The Wild West – Travel to Ireland on a budget or spend a Kings ransom.  This is a great tour with a little bit of everything and includes: Limerick, Clare, Galway, Connemara and the Aran Islands.  Both Limerick and Galway are medieval cities, the Burren is unique with its limestone landscape, the magnificent Cliffs of Moher speak for themselves and Connemara and the Aran Islands – without doubt, the best places to travel in Ireland.

ITINERARY DAY 1 Depart Heuston Station, Dublin at 7am for Limerick City.  Upon arrival in Limerick, you will be met by coach and have a short tour of Limerick (home to Frank McCourt, author of Angela’s Ashes).  From Limerick, we head to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park and from there to the village of Doolin for a quick stop at O’Connors pub.   From Doolin, we head up through the Burren and into Galway City otherwise known as the City of the Tribes.  Tonight we overnight in Galway where you will be spoiled for choice with all the pubs and restaurants this city has to offer with great music too.
DAY 2 Depart Galway City for transfer to Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands, time for lunch at Kilronan before our visit to the magnificent ancient fort Dun Aengus. Return flight and transfer back to Galway city late afternoon. Overnight as before.

DAY 3 10:00am we head into magnificent Connemara where John Ford filmed "The Quiet Man" in 1951, taking in Clifden, Kylemore Abbey (reduced admission rate applies to Abbey itself), Leenane and Killary Harbour or Roundstone, the Coral Beach and the Sky Road. See lots of breathtaking wild Atlantic coastline. We return to Galway for our return InterCity train to Dublin Heuston arriving at 20.55. (light meals and full bar available)
DEPARTS  Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) 07.00  ENDS Dublin Heuston 21.45 Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday) 



3 day tour 3 Day Cork, Blarney Castle, The Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher DH36

Best way to travel to Ireland – Any Way You Can -
3 Days to see Cork, Kiss the Blarney Stone, Visit Cobh – the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic.  Also on the agenda, the best road trip in Ireland – the famous Ring of Kerry which begins and ends in Killarney and is 108 miles long.   En route you will catch of glimpse of the Skelligs – a monastic settlement which and was recently part of the back drop for the Starwars movie – The Force Awakens .    From Dingle you will travel up the Wild Atlantic way into Clare, stopping at the Cliffs of Moher and from there onto Galway Bay.  For the best Travel to Ireland deals – call Lynott Tours

Day 1Check in Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00 departure of Intercity train (breakfast available) to Cork. We transfer by road to Blarney Castle and kiss the famous stone. After time for lunch and shopping, and a flavor of Cork City we visit Cobh Heritage Centre home of the "Queenstown Story" We depart Cork by train to Killarney where we are transferred to our comfortable Bed & Breakfast accommodation with en-suite facilities. We are based here for two nights. Day 2 10:00 we embark on the famous Ring of Kerry tour which is a largely coastal drive around the Iveragh Peninsula - lots of stunning mountain and coastal scenery, including the famous Lakes of Killarney. Day 3 07:30 transfer from Killarney to Limerick to join DH06 visit Bunratty Castle, Cliffs of Moher, traditional pub at Doolin, Galway Bay, return to Dublin Heuston by InterCity train arriving at 21.50. Departs Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat DEPARTS Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00  ENDS  Dublin Heuston 21.50. Departs Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat

3 Day Tour Cork, Blarney Castle, The Ring of Kerry, and the Dingle Peninsula DH3D-

Travel to Ireland packages are available from Lynott Tours.  Here is one for the West of Ireland.
A three day tour to the South and South West of Ireland taking in Cork, Blarney Castle, The Queenstown Story and then based in Killarney, touring the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula.  Traditional Thatched Cottage. You don’t need a reason or a particular season to travel to Ireland – Ireland is a time for all seasons.

ITINERARY Day 1 Check in Dublin Heuston at 07:00 (Customer Service Desk) for InterCity train (breakfast available) to Cork. We transfer by road to Blarney Castle and kiss the famous stone. After time for lunch and shopping, and a flavor of Cork City we visit Cobh Heritage Centre home of the "Queenstown Story" We depart Cork by train to Killarney where we are transferred to our comfortable Bed & Breakfast accommodation with private bath. We are based here for two nights. Day 2 Great purple mountains compete with carpeted green vales and dramatic seascapes on the Ring of Kerry Tour today.  The mountains are surrounded by a patchwork quilt of stone-framed fields, abandoned fortresses and thriving small towns.  .Day 3 We tour the Dingle Peninsula made famous as the location for the movie "Ryan's Daughter.  The magical Dingle Peninsula combines the very best of Irish culture and hospitality with stunning mountain landscapes and wild coastal scenery. Starting from the bustling market town of Tralee our route follows the ever-changing Dingle coastline of beautiful sandy bays, remote fishing villages and lofty cliffs.

DEPARTS Dublin Heuston at 07:00 (Customer Service Desk)ENDS Dublin Heuston 21.00. Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday)

While Connolly connects Dublin to the east coast of Ireland and to Sligo, Heuston Station serves the south and west of the country.  

4 DAY TOURS
Tour Title TOUR CODE Adult USD
4 Day Tours (3 Nights Accommodation) single supplement $159
Cork, Blarney Castle, Ring of Kerry, Dingle and The Cliffs of Moher DH3D6
Operates Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat
From March to October only
Low Season (October-May) $876
High Season (June-September) $917
 
The Grand Atlantic Tour DH37
Daily except Fridays and Sundays
Low Season (October-May) $890
High Season (June-September) $930
 


4 Day The Great Southern & Western Coast Cork, Blarney, Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs of Moher & Galway Bay DH3D6 - Ireland is the land of 100,000 welcomes and yes it is safe to travel alone on a tour like this, where you join a group.  Like anywhere else you just need a little bit of common sense.  Best travel time to Ireland? Anytime
Safe to travel alone - there isalways shopping!A four day tour to the South West and West of Ireland taking in Cork, Blarney Castle, The Queenstown Story and then based in Killarney, touring the Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula and Cliffs of Moher before returning to Dublin by train from Galway. 

ITINERARY
 Day 1 Check in Dublin Heuston Station departure of Intercity train (breakfast available ) to Cork. We can explore Blarney Castle (kiss the Blarney Stone!), Cobh, the last port of call of the Titanic then train to Killarney for three nights B & B with private bath facilities.
 Day 2 Depart Killarney on Ring of Kerry tour.   Nestled amidst deep, lake filled valleys with astounding sights such as the famous Ladies' View (Named after Queen Victoria's Ladies' in Waiting) and the MacGillicuddy Reeks, Ireland's largest mountain range, home of Carrauntoohil our largest peak.
 Overnight in Killarney. Explore colorful laneways, a fine cathedral ¼ historic buildings dating back to the days of the landlord ¼ experience the ambience of busy streets in the town centre.

 Day 3 10.00 we tour the Dingle Peninsula made famous as the location for the movie "Ryan's Daughter" overnight in Killarney.  It is an amazing array of brilliant landscapes and spectacular seascapes, sometimes changing moment by moment: fractured limestone terraces, crashing seacoasts, heathery bogland,
Day 4 07.30 depart Killarney to Limerick, to join DH06 visit Bunratty Castle, Cliffs of Moher, O'Connors Pub at Doolin, Galway Bay return to Dublin Heuston by train from Galway arrival 2145.

DEPARTS   Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00 ENDS 2145. Depart Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday, Friday & Saturday Price is per person sharing Single Room Supplement applies* 



Blarney Castle tour 4 Day Tour The Grand Atlantic - Cork, Kerry, Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty, Galway, Connemara DH37 -Tour A truly unique opportunity to visit our great Southern and Western coastal regions, with fabulous seascapes and mountain scenery and visits to Ireland's premier tourist locations such as Cork, Cobh, Blarney Castle, Ring of Kerry, Bunratty Castle, Cliffs of Moher, Galway Bay and Connemara. Bunratty Castle 

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The Wild Atlantic Way includes Cork, Kerry, Cliffs of Moher, Galway and Connemara.   Or in other words what you will see is Ireland at its best, seascapes, landscapes, sheer rugged beauty with a little music and song included.

IITINERARY Day 1 Check in Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00 departure of Intercity train (breakfast available) to Cork. We visit Blarney Castle, The Queenstown Story at Cobh, then train to Killarney for two nights B & B with PRIVATE BATH.
 Day 2 10.00 depart Killarney on Ring of Kerry tour, overnight in Killarney. From Killarney you can travel on the Ring of Kerry & see some of Ireland's most spectacular scenery.
Day 3 Today you will travel to the medieval village of Bunratty. Bunratty's main attraction is the 13th century Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. The Folk Park recreates rural and urban life in 19th century Victorian Ireland. Here you can watch demonstrations of how life was carried out in these times.  Cliffs of Moher, O'Connors Pub at Doolin, Galway Bay, overnight Galway City in 3 star Hotel. Galway is a vibrant city full of music, art, sculpture, crafts, literature and poetry. Street performers fill the cobblestone pedestrian streets.   Visit the numerous medieval pubs with traditional Irish music
Day 4 10.00 depart Galway for tour of Connemara, including Kylemore Abbey.  Distant mountains fill the horizon and guide you to the coast where gentle waves lap at rocky inlets sheltering scattered villages, and whitewashed cottages dot the landscape.  We depart Galway by train, arriving Dublin Heuston 2145.
DEPARTS Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00  ENDS Dublin Heuston 2145. Depart Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday. Single Room Supplement applies 



5 DAY TOURS

Tour Title TOUR CODE Adult USD
5 Day Tour  (4 Nights Accommodation) Single Supplement $212
The Royal Atlantic DH3711
Daily except Fridays and Sundays
Low Season (October-May) $1,133
High Season (June-September) $1,187


5 Day ROYAL ATLANTIC - Cork, Cobh, Blarney Castle, Cliffs of Moher, Galway Bay, Connemara and The Aran Islands DH3711- .

This tour is a combination of train and coach – the best way to travel around Ireland.   The Royal Atlantic
covers a large part of the Wild Atlantic Way - a panoramic view of Ireland’s west coast.   From Cork to Blarney, and onto the Ring of Kerry, over the hills to the Cliffs of Moher and into the wilds of Connemara.   Travel to Ireland tips: 1- Try the Guinness, Tip 2:  Take a walk in the wilds in Connemara, Tip 3: Enjoy a great night of traditional Irish music in O’Connors Pub, Doolin.

 Galway pubITINERARY Day 1 Check in Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00 departure of Intercity train to Cork (breakfast available). For Blarney Castle.  Few visitors to 15th century Blarney Castle can resist the opportunity to kiss the famous Blarney stone in the hope of being gifted with legendary Irish eloquence. Cobh was originally a small fishing village, and then the base for the British Navy.  During the Victorian and Regency periods its became a fashionable seaside resort.  Cobh was both the departure point for many Irish immigrants in the 19th century, and is associated with the loss of the Titanic and Lusitania.  The graveyard for many of the victims is in the town.

Cobh then travel to Killarney for two nights B&B accommodation* with private facilities.
Day 2 945 depart Killarney on Ring of Kerry tour, overnight in Killarney.
Day 3 07.30 transfer Killarney to Limerick. Visit Bunratty.  Behind Bunratty Castle stands the Old Bunratty Village.  Old Ireland comes alive in the thatched cottages and cobbled streets of a 19th century Irish village.  You travel along the awe-inspiring rugged coast to the Cliffs of Moher, soaring 700 feet above the sea below.  Travel to Doolin, Ireland's music capital.  It is a village full of quaint pubs and inns, and where you'll find the makers of the bodhran, an ancient Celtic drum.  Overnight in Galway City in three star hotel (2 nights)
Day 4Depart Galway City for transfer to Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands  The Aran Islands are located 30 miles off the coast of Galway and have a population of only 1500. Here you can immerse yourself in the rich Celtic culture among the people who speak Gaelic as their first language
Day 5 10.00 am depart Galway for tour of Connemara.  Connemara is located on the Atlantic Ocean and within the 12 peaks of the Bens Mountain Range. This serene Irish‑speaking region is regarded as one of the most scenically beautiful regions of Ireland,  including Kylemore Abbey (photo stop only) after which we depart Galway by train arriving Dublin Heuston at 20.
DEPARTS Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 7.00   ENDS Dublin Heuston at 21.45 (light meals and full bar available) Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday and Saturday. 



6 DAY
Tour Title TOUR CODE Adult USD
6 Day Tour (6 Nights Accommodation) Single suppment $265
The All Ireland Tour DH371110
Daily Except Tuesday, Friday and Sundays
Low Season (October-May) $1,511
High Season (June-September) $1,592

6 Day - The All Ireland DH371110 -

How to travel around Ireland in 7 days - The All Ireland tour is the tour which has it all - North, south, east and west.  From the Kingdom of Kerry to the Blarney Stone, up to the Cliffs and over to Galway, Connemara and Aran.   Leaving the west behind we travel north to the Antrim Coast for a glimpse of the magnificent Giants Causeway.   Travel to Ireland has never been easier with many airlines offering very competitive prices and also the strength of the dollar against the euro.  Now is the time to take the trip.

CobhFinally a tour covering all our highlights - offering two nights in Killarney, two nights in Galway and two nights in Dublin.  This tour covers a large part of the Wild Atlantic Way and Causeway coast. We head South to visit Cork, Blarney Castle & the Ring of Kerry, West to the Cliffs of Moher, Connemara, the Aran Islands in Galway Bay and North to the Giants Causeway.

DAY 1 Check in Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 07:00 departure of Intercity train (breakfast available) to Cork, Blarney Castle Cobh then to Killarney for two nights Bed & Breakfast* accommodation with private bath


DAY 2 Depart Killarney on Ring of Kerry tour, overnight in Killarney.  Nothing is more indicative of Ireland travel than the world-famous Ring of Kerry. Enjoy ever‑changing scenic views on the drive – a craggy seacoast, sparking lakes, mighty mountains, peaceful glens and charming villages await you today.

DAY 3 Transfer from Killarney to Limerick. Visit Bunratty Castle, and the Cliffs of Moher. Built in 1460, Bunratty Castle stands impressively on the edge of Ratty River protected by a moat.  The rugged Cliffs of Moher, looming above the pounding surf of the Atlantic Ocean far below, offer spectacular scenic vistas during a visit.  Overnight in Galway City in three star hotel (2 nights) breakfast included
DAY 4 Depart Galway City for transfer to Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands The Aran Islands are near Galway.  For centuries, this craggy landscape has been the home for Irish speaking fishermen and their families, where the famed off-white Aran sweaters originated. 

DAY 5 Leave Galway for tour of Connemara. Connemara is located on the Atlantic Ocean and within the 12 peaks of the Bens Mountain Range. This serene Irish speaking region is regarded as one of the most scenically beautiful regions of Ireland. After which we depart Galway by train arriving Dublin Heuston at 20.55 transfer by tram to three star hotel for two nights (room only).  Dublin has retained its aura of Georgian elegance with many examples of fine architecture.
DAY 6 Check in Dublin Connolly Station for 07.35 departure Giants Causeway tour, Visiting Belfast and the 8th wonder of the world. Arrives back in Dublin 22.20 for second night in three star hotel.
DAY 7 Check out of Dublin hotel.

DEPARTS Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 07:00   ENDS DUBLIN HOTEL  Departs Monday/ Wednesday/ Thursday and Saturday March to October only. 


Overnight accommodations in B&B's and guesthouses with private bath. Q. Can I leave the tour before it returns to Dublin? A. Yes, for example if you wish to leave one of our tours in Galway, you are free to do so. However, please advise your host on the day, otherwise they will be worried about you! Please note that there is no refund for any unused portions of the tour.

There are no departures on the following days; *Sundays or Bank Holidays Mondays ***Special Note for Overnight Tours with regard to Irish Bank Holidays * DH3D6 cannot run on a Friday of a bank holiday. * DH36 cannot run on a Saturday before a bank holiday. * DH37/DH3711 or DH3711 10 cannot run on a Saturday before a bank holiday. *


THE FOLLOWING TOURS OPERATE DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. SUNDAY IS STILL A DAY TO REST IN IRELAND! We have a limited selection of other tours available on Sunday, and those are by bus. Ask for details.

We will not operate any tours from 24th December until 27th December 2018 inclusive.
Tours will not operate tours Jan 1., March 17



Dublin Sightseeing Options: All tours have stops en route for photography, shopping etc.

Tours by Train from Dublin include:

  • Round trip train from Dublin. Reserved seats on trains. Host on train.
  • Sightseeing by bus. Qualified Driver/Guide on coaches.
  • On overnight tours, accommodations are in B&B's and guesthouses, all with private bath, and Irish breakfast. Hotels may be available on some tours at added cost.
  • Admission fees
  • Information Pack including itinerary provided on the train

Check in: Our Staff wear Bright Yellow Jackets at Dublin Station Check-Ins DUBLIN CHECK IN TIME IS 20 MINUTES BEFORE DEPARTURE * All travel by rail and coach from appropriate Dublin station; * Reserved seats on trains; * Local tours as appropriate; * Information Pack including itinerary; * Qualified Driver/Guide on coaches. Host on trains. There are no porters at train stations. Please pack light.


Single Room Supplement: USD   
(Dublin,Galway,Killarney,Kinsale,Bunratty) 53 per night
Belfast. 72 per night
Children Under 16are 1/2 price on day tours    
Except DH11 and extended tours discount 37 per night
Children under 5 7 per night

Sunday Bus Tours from Dublin
Sunday is still a day of rest in Ireland, but we have two tours that operate on summer Sundays from the bus station in Dublin:

Tours by bus


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