Great thanks to Tony
Tony was a great tourguide. He did tell us a lot about the history of Ireland and he was very spontanious and enthousiastic. The tour itself was beautiful!
Kimberly from Budel-Dorplein, Netherlands
Pick-up serviceSuffolk Street, outside the old stone church
11:30 When you arrive at the Cliffs of Moher you’ll have an hour and a half to walk along the edge of the cliffs and take in the spectacular views. On a clear day you’ll be able to see the Aran Islands. Entrance to the site and the interactive show inside the visitor center are included in the tour price.
13:00 It's time to head to Doolin village for lunch or, weather permitting, a picnic lunch on the cliffs. Usually, the group has lunch at Fitzpatrick's Pub in Doolin, where they serve really good fish and chowder.
Doolin is renowned for its Irish music and friendly locals. It’s just up the road from Lisdoonvarna, which is quite well known for its matchmaking festival, attracting 40,000 romantic hopefuls, single farmers, and revelers annually.
14:00 After lunch, you’ll depart on a short trek around the karst hills of the Burren. The Burren is famous worldwide for its unique landscape and plant species. Be on the lookout for orchids and beautiful gentian flowers!
16:30 On your return to Dublin, you’ll head first to Galway Bay. Stop at Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara, and visit Corcomroe Abbey, a 12th-century abbey in a stunning setting. You should expect to reach Dublin city center at around 19:00.
The tour departs from the information center at the Dublin Tourist Office on Suffolk Street, Dublin 2 (old stone church). Hotel pick-up is possible if on the bus route. Please contact the tour provider to discuss this option if you need to be picked up. (Open in Google Maps)
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