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Trade the big city for a day in nature on this full-day tour from Dublin. Your destination is the wild and beautiful County Wicklow, located just south of the capital. Upon your arrival in Wicklow Mountains National Park, you’ll get up close and personal with the scenery when you embark on a several-hour horseback riding tour of the area. Following lunch in the quaint village of Enniskerry (own expense), see more of the area’s highlights and make your way to Glendalough: site of a sixth-century monastery.
When visiting the North of Ireland there are some destinations that cannot be missed out on. We combine the most impressive highlights and custom build our tours around your time schedule and requirements . From the Giants Causeway and the stunningly beautuful area of the Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge we take in the areas of beauty that are guaranteed to impress. The Dark Hedges will make for photos that will take pride of place. We have the very best drivers and guides in the business and pride ourselves on offering the most enjoyable and fun experiences when travelling Ireland
Join our exclusive tour to the Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland that also includes a Whiskey tasting at the worlds oldest licensed Whiskey distillery. During this whiskey tasting the resident whiskey expert will tell you all about the fantastic 10 year old, 12 year old and Distillery reserve whiskey that you will be tasting.
The Dark Hedges, off Bregagh Road, Ballymoney Northern Ireland The Dark Hedges were planted 270 years ago by the Stuart family as a driveway to their mansion Gracehill Manor.
Spend 2 hours at the Giant's Causeway, Causeway. This must-see World Heritage Site is Northern Ireland's most popular visitor attraction, and for good reason.
Next we will spend at least an hour in Belfast City. Belfast has a very compact city centre as a legacy of the Troubles, also known internationally as the Northern Ireland conflict.
There are few better ways to bridge the cultural divide than through food. On this afternoon or evening Irish culinary experience in Skerries, meet your host—Selena—and embark on a foodie journey taking in influences from Australia, France, Vietnam, and more. Chop, sizzle, stir and savor your food with your host, and enjoy spectacular sea views from your kitchen vantage point in coastal Skerries.
Get a comprehensive tour of Howth on a bike without getting out of breath. Touring via electric bike (e-bike) means you can pedal as much or as little as you like, following your guide to Howth's top highlights. Stop for commentary, questions, and photo ops of landmarks such as the Summit, the Howth Cliffs, Baily Lighthouse, Martello Towers, and others.
Relax while you’re in Ireland with this private tour of Wicklow and Glendalough, including private, round-trip transport from Dublin. Take a scenic drive through Wicklow Mountains National Park, and make stops at Lough Tay, the Guinness estate, and the bridge used in the filming of “P.S. I Love You.” Plus, choose to visit the Powerscourt Gardens (own expense) or Avoca, and then end your day with time in Glendalough, where you can see St. Kevin’s monastery.
Trek the coastal paths of the Howth Peninsula on this hiking tour. Follow your experienced adventure guide along the cliffs and through the woodlands of this area, stopping at scenic overlooks and areas of spectacular natural beauty. Listen as your guide's commentary takes you back through the millennia in Irish history, including tales about the Vikings, Normans, Druids, and Celts.
Enjoy a private market tour, authentic cooking class and home-cooked meal with your host Elena in her home. This is a perfect experience for anyone looking to connect with local culture over food. Your host Elena, also known as Lili, is a Romanian ex-scientist turned interior designer with a deep love for food and travel! Elena has visited over 40 countries and has fascinating stories to share. Join Elena for a fun and relaxed meal and immerse yourself into the Irish culture. Join her at her dining table and enjoy a healthy, gourmet meal that combines Romanian, local Irish and international cuisine! Your menu includes dishes such as traditional Irish beef stew cooked in Guinness with brown bread, Romanian beetroot soup with lovage and creme fraiche, and grilled sea bass on a bed of creamy mash and garlic spinach served with beer or wine. You will end your meal with a dessert like upside-down mixed berry cake and fresh cream.
Get into the spirit of Ireland’s traditional sports on this 3-hour Gaelic games experience in Dublin. Perfect for families, friends, or solo sports fans, this experience allows you to learn about the Gaelic games Ireland holds dear. After a quick rundown of how to play Gaelic football, Gaelic handball, and hurling, set out on the field to test out your skills with other players.
Delve into the fairytale landscapes of Northern Ireland on a 3-day tour of the remarkable region from Dublin. With a guide, you’ll explore the historic city of Monasterboice and visit Dark Hedges, a spectacular location featured on hit TV series ‘Game of Thrones’. Summon your courage to cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, gasp at the UNESCO-listed wonder of Giant’s Causeway and take a walking tour of medieval city, Derry. See, too, the majestic Dunluce Castle and Drunmcliff Abbey. Select between hostel and B&B accommodation options and receive breakfast each day.
Get in touch with a side of Ireland you won’t experience on the busy streets of Dublin with this full day tour into the Irish countryside. In the morning, head to the northern border for an outdoors adventure: kayak to an ancient ruin, hike across the mountains or go rock-climbing in County Cavan. No experience is needed for these adventures – enjoy plenty of personalized coaching from your guides on this private tour. Afterward, head to a classic Irish pub for a pint and some traditional folk-singing.
Spend an evening learning to cook traditional Irish fare in a Victorian home in Dublin. Gain hands-on experiences during this 2.5-hour cooking class and learn to make local dishes such as Guinness brown bread, an Irish stew, and a Wexford strawberry cheesecake. After all your hard work, enjoy the fruits of your labor with a glass of wine and delightful conversation.
Spend a full day in an air-conditioned minibus exploring Ireland with a private guide and your group of up to seven people. You can work together with your guide to construct an itinerary that takes your preferences and interests into account; then set off from Dublin to see as much of Ireland as you can in a day.
Step into an Irish home kitchen and learn how to make several gourmet dishes with this private, small group cooking class. Under the instruction of host Mary, a local celebrity chef, prepare an appetizer, a main dish, and side or dessert, then sit-down around the dinner table - joined by Mary’s happy, and well-fed, husband-of-40-years, Denis - and enjoy your own home cooked Irish meal.
Maximize time in Ireland with a full-day tour from Dublin to the coast of Cork. Board a ferry to visit Spike Island and learn about its history. Back on the mainland, explore the heritage town of Cobh and go for a stroll along its promenade. Relax in one of Cobh’s cozy pubs or restaurants before boarding the coach for transport back to Dublin.
Stroll through the scenic fishing village of Howth in the company of a guide on this historical and cultural tour. You'll get a comprehensive picture of the village in a single tour, including in-depth commentary on the village's rich and varied history. Traveling with a small group of just 10 people or fewer means you'll enjoy an intimate atmosphere, plenty of personalized attention, and chances to ask questions.
“Hurling – a game for the Gods and Gods play it”
Hurling (Irish: iománaíocht) is one of Ireland’s National Sports. It is the world’s oldest, fastest and many say most skillful field sport. The game is steeped in history and features in many Irish stories and legends over the last 3,000 years – the game’s history even extends further than the island of Ireland’s recorded history.
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When you think about Northern Ireland the first thing that springs to your mind is the city of Belfast, but Northern Ireland is full of treasures for you to explore on this 7 day cycle tour of the Antrim coast which offers nothing short of incalculable beauty at every corner. This route along the Antrim coast takes you through a part of Northern Ireland where the coast is rugged and wild and the people charming and cultured. If you are a Game of Thrones fan, you will pass many sites along the route. During this trip you will have a chance to see many historic buildings such as Carrickfergus Castle or Castle Glenarm, unique natural areas in the world as the Rathlin Island and the famous "Giant's Causeway“. We will take care of your accommodation and luggage transfers. Guided maps and tour documents are all provided
Fantastic tour incorporating a city break as well as adventure and wilderness. Join us as we depart Dublin for a night in Kilkenny city, where we embark on the treasures of the 'Medieval Mile'where we visit attractions such as Kilkenny Castle, St. Canice's cathedral and one of the only two remaining round towers in Ireland currently accessible to the public. Stroll trough it's narrow streets steeped in history, visit the ancient Kyteler's Inn, home of the 'witch' Alice Kyteler and many more.We travel to Waterford city, where adventure awaits in the renowned Waterford Crystal before moving on to our second overnight stop of the old pirate cove of Dunmore east and it's adventure center. On our last day we travel to the Wicklow National park and the monastic site of Glendalough, where the breathtaking views will do just that. On this tour it is possible to also experience Horse and pony trekking with a local guide trough the mountains and rivers, please contact us for details!
Your spectacular journey will take you west over Ireland towards our Wild Atlantic Coast.
Fly over Galway City before a stopover on the Aran Islands, where you have a chance to explore and step back in time
Following this we will fly over the magnificent Cliffs of Moher which are the tallest cliffs in Ireland and stand as high as 700 feet .
Also you will fly over the famous and unique Rocky Burren landscape.
You are guaranteed a window seat with a professional pilot so you can sit back and enjoy these spectacular views.
Overall a visual extravaganza.
Get the chance to experience what Ireland has to offer on this magnificent 3-day tour. These private tours are unique, off the beaten track and custom made for you and your partner/family/groups' interests and ability. You will get to visit Ireland's Ancient East sites hearing local folklore stories 5000 years in the making, get to experience Ireland's enchanting rivers and lakes while taking a row boat or kayak trip to Clough Oughter Castle ruin which is on an island and only accessible by water. You will also get to go on a hike at your chosen level to take in a birds-eye view of this wonderful landscape, and also have the option to abseil and rock climb on outdoor cliffs if you choose at no extra charge. Finally, you will join and listen to your guide sing and play Irish Ballads in an authentic Irish Bar giving you the full Irish experience that you will never forget.
This highly interactive course focuses on 'Hands On' cooking under the expert guidance of a professional local Chef. The 4 week Certificate Course is our Flagship course and has been running at Cooks Academy for 15 years. It is very popular with both Irish and international students. We teach all the basic french cooking techniques to give you confidence in your own kitchen. Our chefs are passionate about teaching and also give many contemporary variations of dishes including an insight into our own heritage and traditional Irish food. Many local Irish ingredients such as crab, salmon, asparagus, dublin bay prawns, grass fed beef, heritage potatoes and local herbs and berries are showcased during the course. You'll really taste the difference when using these great quality ingredients!
Celtic Dance Party is celebrating the tradition of the Irish Céilí. Join us at the iconic Cobblestone Pub, Smithfield in Dublin’s heartland, where renowned ‘Céilí Caller’ Louise O'Connor will guide you through a night of live music, dance performances and group céilí dances – and where you are part of the dance troupe.
You’re guaranteed an evening of fun, laughter and participation, celebrating the best of Irish culture. An evening of memory-making for you and your friends. Join us for a night of great craic.