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Dublin Sightseeing

Dublin Sightseeing

Belfast Day Tour

The Belfast Day Tour from Dublin City includes, the Belfast Peace Wall, St. Patrick’s Grave and the Mourne Mountains. Travel on a political and historical tour with a difference and visit one of the most interesting and quickly changing cities in Europe. See the Belfast Peace Wall which divides Catholic and Protestant communities.Your Extreme Ireland guide will take you into the heart of the city including some of the most politically troubled hotspots as well as the Titanic shipyard where the infamous cruise liner was built. Visit Belfast City Centre and see Belfast City Hall, Queen’s University and loads of other attractions.

The Belfast Day Tour returns to Dublin via the resting place of St. Patrick at Downpatrick. Enjoy an unrivalled insight into the politics of Northern Ireland, experience one of the most interesting cities in Northern Europe and take advantage of plenty of photo opportunities.

The Belfast Day Tour features a live guided political and historical tour of Belfast including the Belfast Peace Wall
See the birthplace of the Titanic at the Titanic ship yard
Visit the resting place of Ireland patron Saint Patrick
Photo stops in Belfast, Downpatrick and the Mourne Mountains

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 45 €
Child (0-12 years old): 23 €

City By Night Tour

tart your night right and do something different – go sightseeing in Dublin by twilight! For one of the best things to do in Dublin at night hop onboard and see Dublin at its prettiest, by night light!

This lively tour around the heart of Dublin city, delivered by an entertaining local guide, is the ultimate way to learn about Dublin, its people, its nightlife and its attractions. On our City by Night Tour enjoy unrivalled views of the city’s redeveloped business district – including the floodlit Convention centre and the famous Dublin Dockland’s skyline. This one hour round trip is one of the most interesting things to do in Dublin at night and the perfect way to start your evening before dinner, the theatre or a gig.

– The City by Night Tour includes One loop Dublin City Bus Tour
– See Dublin Dockland’s skyline by night
– See stunning Georgian Dublin by twilight
– A great way to spend an hour in Dublin city before dinner, the theatre or a gig
– One of the great things to do in Dublin at night

Availability:
Friday , Saturday

Price:
Adult: 10 €
Child (0-12 years old): 10 €

City Sightseeing Dublin and City by Night Tour

Dublin Tour. Hop on and off with your 2-day valid ticket to visit Dublin’s free museums and galleries, Croke Park, Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse and many more great attractions. This light hearted one hour night tour, delivered by an entertaining local guide, takes you past the floodlit docklands and Dublin’s Georgian district. A great way to start your night before dinner, the theatre or a music gig.

– 2 City Sightseeing Dublin Hop on Hop off routes
– See Dublin Dockland’s skyline by night
– See stunning Georgian Dublin by twilight
– Visit Dublin’s Museums, Galleries, Croke Park, Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse and more
– One of the great things to do in Dublin at night

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 24 €

City Sightseeing Dublin and Grand Wicklow Tour

The City Sightseeing Dublin & Grand Wicklow Tour allows you to explore Dublin on a day of city sightseeing. Then travel on a day tour to explore the highlights of Wicklow. The perfect blend of city & countryside.

For the fun and friendly way to go sightseeing in Dublin join the hop on hop off City Sightseeing Dublin Tour. Hop on and off with your 2-day valid ticket to visit Dublin’s free museums and galleries, Croke Park, Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse and many more great attractions.

Travel on the Grand Wicklow Tour and see three great Wicklow locations in one day. Visit Russborough House, Glendalough & Avoca Village on this great value one day tour.

– Visit Russborough House & garden maze
– Enjoy a personalised guided tour of the historic site at Glendalough
– Have lunch at Avoca village, a traditional Irish country village
– Visit Wicklow, one of top things to do in Ireland according to Trip Advisor
– One of Dublin’s most popular day tours

Availability:
Varies

Price:
Adult: 44 €

City Sightseeing Dublin and Malahide Castle

The perfect combination of sightseeing tours for visitors with limited time. Explore Dublin city then hop on a coastal tour and visit a castle less than an hour from Dublin.

For the fun and friendly way to go sightseeing in Dublin join the hop on hop off City Sightseeing Dublin Tour. Hop on with your 2-day valid ticket to visit Dublin’s free museums and galleries, Croke Park, Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse and many more great attractions.

Escape to the coast on one of the most popular half day tours to Malahide Castle and Howth village. Featuring a live guided tour of Malahide Castle you can enjoy the scenic coastal drive to the fishing village of Howth where you can explore this pretty Irish village.

– City Sightseeing Dublin and Malahide Castle tour includes 2 City Sightseeing Dublin Hop on Hop off routes
– Includes a guided Malahide Castle tour
– See the pretty fishing village of Howth
– Enjoy stunning Dublin coastal views from Howth summit (weather dependent!)
– One of Dublin’s most popular half day tours

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 40 €

City Sightseeing Dublin

Join the hop on hop off City Sightseeing Dublin Tour and let our witty live guides show you the best things to do in Dublin.

Jump on board any Red City Sightseeing Bus and enjoy the freedom to explore Europe’s friendliest city across two great routes.

With your 2-day valid hop on hop off city tour ticket you can visit attractions in Dublin including Free Museums and Galleries.

Looking for things to do with kids in Dublin? Take the hop on hop off bus and visit The National Wax Museum, Croke Park and Dublin Zoo

– Over €25 of savings with your City Sightseeing Dublin Ticket
– Get discounts and the Guinness Storehouse & Glasnevin Museum
– Ticket valid for 2 days, 2 Routes & 28 Stops-The City Sightseeing Dublin Bus comes every 10-15 minutes

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 17 €
Child (0-12 years old): 9 €

Cliffs of Moher Tour

Looking to explore some of the most beautiful spots in Ireland? Then the Cliffs of Moher Tour has to be on your list of things to do. Even if you visit for only a short time, this full day trip from Dublin allows you to experience the breathtaking views of the wild Atlantic Ocean while visiting one of Ireland’s top attractions. Join your Extreme Ireland guide and other intrepid day trippers and see St. John’s Castle, the Cliffs of Moher, lunch* at the gorgeous coastal village of Doolin, and a short trek through the unique limestone landscape of the Burren. Your drive back to Dublin will travel through Ireland’s national parks with plenty of photo opportunities including Corcomroe Abbey, Dunguaire Castle and Galway Bay.

– Full day tour from Dublin
– See one of Ireland’s top attractions and learn the great and tragic history associated with the stunning Cliffs of Moher
– Learn all about the local Flora & Fauna in the unique ecosystem at the Burren
– Stop for lunch in the pretty coastal village of Doolin
– Plenty of stops along the west coast for photo opportunities

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 45 €
Child (0-12 years old): 23 €

Connemara and Galway Bay Railtour

Travel on an enchanting one day rail tour from Dublin to Connemara and Galway Bay including Kylemore Abbey. Your train journey will take you through the heart of Ireland’s midlands, passing peat bogs and the Shannon River and on to Galway city, ‘the city of the tribes’ .

On the Connemara and Galway Bay Railtour you will be treated to the unrivalled scenery of Galway Bay and the rugged coastline of Connemara (meaning Inlets of the Sea). Including its capital Clifden as you travel onto the fishing village of Leenane to walk through the unique Victorian walled gardens of Kylemore Abbey. You’ll also see the fabled Twelve Bens and Maumturks mountain ranges as you travel back to Galway, plenty of photo and shopping opportunities en route.

– Connemara and Galway Bay One day rail and coach tour from Dublin
– Enjoy spectacular views of the famous Connemara landscape
– Visit Kylemore Abbey and visitor’s centre, to learn about the abbey’s history
– Walk through the unique Victorian walled gardens of Kylemore Abbey
– See the Twelve Bens and Maumturks mountain ranges

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 109 €
Child (0-12 years old): 55 €

Cork and Blarney Railtour

Enjoy the perfect combination of Ireland’s rich history and its storytelling tradition as you travel by train and coach to Ireland’s southwest. Explore Blarney Castle and kiss the world famous Blarney Stone accompanied by views of Ireland’s spectacular countryside. Then enjoy a visit to Cork city followed by a scenic trip along the Cork coastline to Cobh. Discover the Queenstown Story at Cobh, famous as the Titanic’s last port of call and an important point of departure for Irish immigrants to America. For an historic insight into Ireland’s famine history and for unforgettable views this tour to the southwest of Ireland is a must.

– Full day trip from Dublin to Cork
– Visit Cork and Blarney Castle, kiss Ireland’s most famous landmark – the Blarney Stone
– Free time to wander and have lunch* in Blarney village
– Enjoy a short city tour of Cork
– Visit the last port of call of the Titanic at Queenstown

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 109 €
Child (0-12 years old): 55 €

Dublin Bay Cruises

Experience Dublin from an entirely new vantage point with Dublin Bay Cruises and chill out and relax while you enjoy a beer, a glass of wine or a coffee on board the St Bridget. With five sailings daily connecting Dublin City with the beautiful seaside towns of Dun Laoghaire and Howth this is the perfect way to experience all of Dublin’s best attractions and its beautiful seaside towns and villages.

During the 75 minute Dublin Bay Cruise you can view some of Ireland’s most significant and historical landmarks, including Dun Laoghaire Harbour, The James Joyce Martello Tower, Dalkey Island, Killiney Bay, The Baily lighthouse, Ireland’s Eye, Howth Harbour, Bull Island, Dublin Port and Docklands and Ireland’s New Convention Centre.

– Free Audio Guide on board
– Snack and Drinks Bar on board
– Heated indoor cabin
– Top Deck Panoramic Views
– Bikes, buggies and pets all welcome!

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 22 €
Child (0-12 years old): 19 €

Dublin City Pub Crawl

If you’re new to Dublin city and are wondering where to go to discover some of the city’s best night spots then this Dublin City Pub Crawl may be the tour for you. In a city world famous for its pub scene, Dublin’s nightlife is an attraction not to be missed. From its traditional pubs and contemporary bars to its music venues and late night clubs there is a feast of choice for the serious night owl! Meet other visitors to Dublin looking to party and to see a side of Dublin you simply wouldn’t find on your own! The night kicks off at the hip Workman’s Club located on the River Liffey.

Enjoy a great night out and make new friends as our professional Party Guide escorts you on your way around 5 different bars and 1 nightclub, with great drink specials on the way.

– A great night out in Dublin city!
– FREE club entry & VIP entrance!
– Visit 5 Cool bars & one hot club!
– Drink specials in every bar!
– Professional party guides!

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 12 €

Dublin Zoo

A visit to Dublin Zoo is an ideal day out whether as a family, a group or a single traveller and is a great way to escape the city, located just ten minutes from the city centre. Set in the heart of the largest enclosed park in Europe Dublin Zoo features acres of discovery including tigers, hippos, bats, rare monkeys, gorillas, chimpanzees, red pandas and lions! Wander through the African Savanna and gaze at the giraffes, zebras, oryx and ostrich, then head to the Kaziranga Forest Trail to see the magnificent herd of Asian Elephants that call this habitat home. Enjoy lunch at the unique Meerkat Restaurant or one of the several cafes and kiosks around the Zoo.

– Visit the famous MGM lion
– Located just 10 minutes from the city centre
– Visit the new African Savanna habitat
– Dublin Zoo is situated in the largest enclosed park in Europe

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 17 €
Child (3-16 years old): 12 €

Giant’s Causeway Tour

Are you interested in exploring some of the most beautiful spots in Ireland? Travel on the Giant’s Causeway Tour to see one of the most memorable of Ireland’s top attractions. Learn about the Giant’s Causeway legend as you travel north from Dublin along stunning Northern Ireland coastline with your friendly and knowledgable guide. Enjoy plenty of time to explore the Causeway with countless vantage points for unforgettable photo opportunities and time for lunch by the sea. Your guide will take you and your fearless companions across the famous Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge (accompanied by stunning views of Ratlin Island and Scotland). Final stop off is Belfast city.

See one of Ireland’s top attractions and learn about the Irish myths and legends associated with the Giant’s Causeway
Lunch* stop at the Giant’s Causeway (bring your own picnic or choose from some great lunch spots)
Walk the Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge
Visit Belfast City (1 hour stop)

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 65 €
Child (0-12 years old): 33 €

Grand Wicklow Tour

Visit great attractions, including Russborough House, Glendalough & Avoca Village. The Grand Wicklow Tour from Dublin allows you to visit three great Wicklow locations in one day. The first visit on this day tour is to the stately Russborough House – the beautiful grounds feature a must explore garden maze! Travel through the Wicklow mountains scenery to Glendalough, a spellbinding place of ancient spirituality. Your Gray Line guide will take you on an entertaining guided tour of the old monastic site and Round Tower, built during the Viking raids. A walk to the upper lakes is recommended for truly unique photo opportunities. You are guaranteed to see why Glendalough is rated among the top things to do in Ireland. Have lunch* at Avoca village, a traditional Irish country village.

– Enjoy a personalised guided tour of the historic site at Glendalough
– Have lunch at Avoca village, a traditional Irish country village
– Visit Wicklow, one of top things to do in Ireland according to Trip Advisor

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 30 €

Gravedigger Tour

If you’ve done your research you’ll know you need to book in advance for the Gravedigger Tour, which is rated by Trip Advisor as one of the top things to do in Dublin at night. The Gravedigger Tour is not only an excellent way to spend your evening with a group or as a single traveller with plenty of entertaining stories, onboard frights and a lot of laughs. It is also a great way to visit and experience one of Dublin’s top attractions, Kilmainham Gaol.

The Gravedigger Tour will take you on a journey through plague ridden Dublin and back with stories of gruesome deaths and grave robbing. But fear not!

– Entertaining Night Tour
– Learn about the Irish Gravediggers and the industry of grave robbing
– Includes a visit to the historic Kilmainham Gaol
– Stopping at St. Audeon’s Church tucked inside the old Dublin City wall
– Stop for a complimentary drink at the famous Gravediggers’ Pub located outside Glasnevin Cemetery

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 25 €

Howth Day Tour

Enjoy one of the best view from Howth Summit on this great day tour from Dublin! The ancient fishing village of Howth, located just outside Dublin city, provides incredible views of Dublin’s coastline and a great walk for those who love to get outside and experience nature.

On arrival into Howth village (you will travel by rail), ramble by the village & pier and join the spectacular cliff top walk to enjoy dramatic coastal scenery and surrounding wildlife including guillemots, eagles and seals. Get amazing views of Dublin city an bay from Howth head. Feast at one of the delicious seafood restaurants that Howth village is famous for and enjoy a pint or a port at one its many welcoming local bars. Escape from the city and see why Howth head has been Dublin’s number one day trip attraction for Dubliners.

– Howth Day Tour-full day walking tour from Dublin – 6 hour tour
– With a live guided commentary by a local guide
– Visit the pretty seaside town of Howth
– Enjoy a cliff top walk overlooking Dublin Bay
– Stunning photo opportunities

Availability:
Varies

Price:
Adult: 24 €

Malahide Castle & Coastal Tour

Have you had enough of sightseeing in Dublin City? Escape to the coast – spend a half day exploring Howth village and Malahide Castle. Escape the city on one of the most popular half day tours from Dublin. Stopping first at the grounds of Malahide Castle you can enjoy a live-guided tour of the refurbished castle and wander the majestic castle grounds, one of North Dublin’s best attractions.

Visit the local craft shops or relax over a coffee & pastry. Then travel along the scenic coastal drive to the picturesque fishing village of Howth. Take time to wander around this pretty village, before heading on to Howth summit for a spectacular photo opportunity overlooking Dublin Bay.

– Includes a guided Malahide Castle tour
– See the pretty fishing village of Howth
– Enjoy stunning Dublin coastal views from Howth summit (weather dependent!)
– One of Dublin’s most popular half day tours from Dublin

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 25 €
Child (0-12 years old): 15 €

Newgrange & Hill of Tara

This unique day tour attraction includes a guaranteed guided visit to Newgrange, the UNESCO World heritage site, dated 3,200BC and one of the oldest Neolithic burial chambers in Europe (predating the Egyptian pyramids!) Gray Line operate among a limited number whose Newgrange tours from Dublin includes a guaranteed visit to the tomb at Newgrange. The journey through ancient Ireland continues onto the Hill of Tara, seat of the Irish High Kings.

Your last stop is at the small fishing village of Howth. At Howth Summit we save the best until last – with spectacular views looking out over Dublin Bay – before heading back to the city via the stunning coastal route.

– See the oldest burial chamber in Europe (dated 3200 BC) at Newgrange with guaranteed entry to the tomb
– Experience not one but two of the top things to do in Ireland!
– Walk the ancient mystical Hill of Tara
– Enjoy stunning evening time coastal views from Howth
– Day tour from Dublin

Availability:
Monday, Teusday, Friday, Saturday

Price:
Adult: 34 €
Child (0-12 years old): 25 €

The Wicklow Mountains Tour

Join one of the top rated day trips from Dublin by Trip Advisor’s, the Wicklow Mountains tour, and fall in love with Ireland (if you haven’t already!) Wicklow’s green mountainous landscape and glacial lakes, heather fields and boglands (which have featured in movies like P.S. I Love You and Braveheart) will become some of your most treasured photos of Ireland, guaranteed!

With 2 stops along the Wicklow mountains tour route (stopping at Glendalough and Avoca village) and passing by Glencree Valley and the Guinness lakes, you’ll be spoiled with photo opportunities and things to do. At Glendalough, the 10th century monastic settlement nestled in the heart of the river valley, keen walkers get to flex their legs with a choice of walkways to the lower and upper lakes.

– A live guided tour of Glendalough, one of Ireland’s most popular attractions
– Visit Avoca, one of the oldest woollen handweavers in Ireland
– Enjoy a complimentary Irish whiskey tasting
– Photo stops all along the Wicklow Way

Availability:
Everyday

Price:
Adult: 23 €
Child (0-12 years old): 20 €

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