Ireland Private Tours Fáilte Romhat to the Land of a Thousand Welcomes

Ireland Private Tours Fáilte Romhat to the Land of a Thousand Welcomes.  This small country loved by every nationality around the world has a big reputation and is helped along by the fantastic and breathtaking ancient unblemished landscape. The friendly people of Ireland are renowned for their welcome to all nationalities and their lyrical nature to make visitors have a memorable time in the Old Country.

From the Book of Kells in Dublin to the Blarney Stone in Cork, Ireland private guided tours will show you the wealth of culture and tradition that dates back centuries.  This unique Island has so much to offer tourists; every county has its own unique sightseeing highlight. On your custom guided tours of Ireland, you will not see a lush green landscape like this anywhere else in the world.

The Irish coastline is the last thing you will see before hitting the North Atlantic Ocean for America.  Many famous writers, poets, musicians, and artists hail from this little Island and would have immigrated to the United States many years ago leaving their hearts behind.     Read More...

Ireland Private Tours Fáilte Romhat to the Land of a Thousand Welcomes

On your sightseeing guided tours of Ireland, you will see lush green landscapes and a coastline like no other.  The capital Dublin is situated on a wide bay between Dalkey and Howth Harbour with the River Liffey flowing through this stunning city.  Beautiful bridges spanning the river route with take you from the north and south Dublin in no time.  

Literary geniuses like Yeats, Joyce, Shaw, Wild and Beckett wrote the most beautiful prose about their fair city.  Trinity College Dublin guided private tours will take you around one of the oldest universities in the world.  The famous Book of Kells (800 AD) is on permanent exhibition here and has incredible calligraphy and vivid, vibrant colours it is a highlight of all tours to the university.   

Top 10 Things to Do in Ireland

Dublin
1 Situated between Dalkey and Howth Harbour with the River Liffey flowing through Dublin is an exciting and stunning city.  Bridges spanning the river route with take you from the north, and south Dublin and Trinity College Dublin guided private tours will take you around one of the oldest universities in the world.  The famous Book of Kells (800 AD) is on permanent exhibition here and a highlight of all tours to the university. 
Cliffs of Moher
2 The Cliffs of Moher guided tours will take you to the edge of the world, and you will see the wildest, purest form of nature on the planet at work here.  The rugged cliffs, mighty ocean, salty air, bird cries and picturesque scenery will show you why this is one of Irelands most popular tourist attractions and part of the Wild Atlantic Way.     
Blarney Stone & Castle
3 Northwest from the City of Cork is one of Ireland's most visited attractions, Blarney Castle which is home to the world famous Blarney Stone.  Escorted private tour guides of the Castle will tell you the legend of the Blarney Stone's gift for the gab.  Built six centuries ago by Cormac MacCarthy one of Ireland greatest Chieftains, the Castle is gorgeous.
Phoenix Park
4 A short stroll from Collins Barracks is The beautiful Phoenix Park it is the largest enclosed urban park in Europe with over 1,700 acres.  Áras an Uachtaráin, The President of Ireland's official residence call the Park home and has hosted many global political and regal dignitaries.  On your private guided tour of the Phoenix Park, you will see the many deer roaming the parkland, the visitors centre and Farmleigh House.    
Cork City
5 Cork on private tour; visit the southern capital of Ireland known as the rebel county.  Situated on Ireland's south coast and connected to the North Atlantic Ocean by Cork and Cobh Harbours. The mighty city flourished despite Viking raids and occupation by the English Forces. Splitting Cork in half is the River Lee which flows through the City from its source in the beautiful Gougane Barra. 
Bunratty Castle
6 Bunratty Castle was built in 1400's and is one of the most complete and authentic medieval fortresses in Ireland.  The castle still boasts original tapestries and works of art from that period.  Book a Bunratty Castle medieval banquet with private tour they are the highlight of many tours in this region.  Walking around the grounds take in the recreation of a 19th-century village it is awesome.  
Trinity College
7 Trinity College guided private tours are probably the best place to start off your tour of Dublin. University alumni include the famous Oscar Wilde, Bran Stoker, Samuel Beckett and Johnathan Swift.  In the heart of the capital, the oldest university in Ireland founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, it is packed full of Irish culture and history.  Some priceless artefacts are on exhibition here including the Book of Kells.
Ring of Kerry
8 Not experiencing and driving the Ring of Kerry is like visiting Ireland and not having a pint of Guinness.  Get ready to travel through ten thousand years of history as you go from the wild Atlantic way to the charming landscapes, waterfalls, lakes and villages of the south-west of Ireland.  As you stop along the way, you will see village life as it was and some of the most stunning scenic views you will ever see.     
Newgrange
9 Private tours of Newgrange located in the Boyne Valley in County Meath is a Stone Age (Neolithic) monument and the jewel in the crown of Ireland's Ancient East.   Constructed over 5,000 years ago (3,200 B.C.) archaeologists have confirmed that the structure is much older than The Great Pyramids of Giza and Stonehenge.  This circular mound with chambers and passageways is a must do sightseeing tour in Ireland.     
Connemara & Aran Islands
10 Guided private tours of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay are full with locals speaking the traditional Gaelic islands language, culture, music and unique living conditions.   Each of the three islands, Inis Mór, Inis Meáin and Inis Oírr have their own distinct character and local traditions.  The unique dramatic landscapes and endless sea form a backdrop on the stone walls and tightly packed tilled fields that are beautiful.  
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