Ring of Kerry Private Full Day Tour
Ring of Kerry private tour is led by an experienced tour guide with passenger vehicle which can reach places not available for tour buses. Flexible time and flexible pick up.
Cead Mile Failte to Cork on Private Tour Irelands second capital also 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. Cork people are very laid back and liberal, and Cork is classed as a very cosmopolitan City in Ireland, but it holds on tightly to its culture and traditions. There are many Cork City guided private tours from The English Market, Cobh, Kinsale and the popular Blarney Castle.
The developing college scene from University College Cork, snug pubs, music festivals and artisan restaurants keep the city young, hip and alive. Cork people are known to be full of heart and extremely proud of their city and their GAA (Irish football and hurling) traditions.
Northwest of Cork City is one of Ireland's most popular attractions, Blarney Castle, home to the world famous Blarney Stone. Built six centuries ago by Cormac MacCarthy one of Ireland greatest Chieftains, the Castle is gorgeous.
Blarney Castel escorted private tour guides will bring you through the Castle and tell you the legend of the Blarney Stone. It says that if you kiss the stone, you will have the gift of the gab forever. As you ascend the castle to the top up winding stone steps that get steeper and steeper as you go once you hit the top and see the panoramic views get prepared for the Kiss!
You need to lean on your back and kiss the stone upside down while being held by one of the guides. It is a uniquely different experience and a highlight of all Cork City private tours.
Ireland can be visited at any time of the year as the weather is very unpredictable. The summer months from June to August are usually mild with a good chance of sun. While is not anything close to the Mediterranean Cork sightseeing tours have a lot to offer from tours of the county including Blarney, Cobh and Kinsale.
Cork private guided tours and accommodation are more reasonable than other regions in Ireland. Most of the Cork sighseeing tours to see and things to do have an entrance fee. Eating out is very reasonable from 5* restaurant to amazing street food and eclectic eateries.
The weather is very unpredictable so always be prepared. Ireland shuts down in terms of traders, shops and pubs (bars) for three days every year Holy Thursday, Easter Sunday and Christmas Day. Use accredited tour guides always for your Cork custom private tours.
The summer months from June to August are usually mild and sunny and lovely to visit coastal sightseeing hotspots. Autumn and spring are stunning and picture perfect. The winters are wet and harsh from October to February.