Travel with us from Ireland’s most impressive natural attraction on our unique Cliffs of Moher – Doolin to Liscannor UNIQUE walking tour.
Visit Molly Malone in the Fair City of Dublin on Private Tour
Visit Molly Malone in the fair city of Dublin on Private tour, situated on a wide bay between Dalkey and Howth Harbour with the River Liffey flowing through this stunning city. Bridges spanning the river route with take you from the north and south Dublin in a jiffy.
Literary geniuses like Yeats, Joyce, Shaw, Wild and Beckett wrote the most beautiful prose about their fair city. Dublin city tours by bus are a jump on jump off system, and the guides are great fun. It shows the beauty of Dublin city and historical influence in the buildings and cultural sites. The Grafton Street traders will have you in hysterics these unique stalls, and singing traders are fab, and one little gem on a private Dublin city tour and a must see is the little museum of Dublin.
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.
A Gem on a Dublin Private Tour and a Must See Is the Little Museum of Dublin
A few minutes stroll from Fusilier's Arch at the top of Dawson Street is The Little Museum of Dublin. This museum is a must-see for tourists interested in how Dublin and its people lived their lives and evolved over the past century.
Following its opening in 2011, with exhibitions both permanent and temporary from artefacts donated by U2 to a Lectern President John F Kennedy used on his 1963 historic visit to Ireland. There is a treasure trove of goodies here, and its unusual layout is fun. It almost feels a little magical as you walk around the museum as you never know what's around the corner.
Top 10 Things to Do in Dublin
Travel Tips for Dublin
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 Dublin sightseeing tours have a lot to offer.
Dublin tours and accommodation can be a lot more expensive that other regions in Ireland. Most of the top places to see and things to do have an entrance fee. Eating out is very reasonable from 5* restaurant to amazing street food.
The weather is 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.
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.
Forget the cliffs of Moher!!! Travel with us to Ireland's very own Stairway To Heaven in Fermanagh along The Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail on our Shuttle bus.
Travel with us on board The Perseverance as we remember The Great Hunger of 1845. Fleeing the famine tour 1 hour 45-minute interactive bus tour.
Board our decked out safe house bus and learn about Dublin and the fight for Freedom during Easter week 1916 -The rise of civilians who became Rebels
Join our actor guides in traditional costume aboard this unique themed theatre on wheels -hear our songs ,myths, Folklore and Legends
Step on board this converted bus if you dare! Join our Ghostly actor guides as they guide you to the darker lesser visited parts of Dublin city