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How Was the Giant’s Causeway Formed?

The Giant’s Causeway is the most visited tourist site in Northern Ireland, and for good reason too. It is stunning. Find out more about how the Giant’s Causeway was formed and what to expect on your day trip from Dublin. Where is the Giant’s Causeway? The Giant’s Causeway is located in County Antrim along Northern […]

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The 10 Best Scenic Views of Ireland

Ireland is a stunningly beautiful country. It has UNESCO World Heritage sites, dramatic seascapes and breathtaking landscapes. So, if you want to take in the views and see the magnificent vistas here are the ten best scenic views of Ireland. Don’t forget your camera! Need a ride? We offer several day tours from Dublin that […]

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Best Things to Do in Dublin

As the song goes: “Dublin can be heaven with coffee at 11 and a stroll in Stephen’s Green”. If you need some ideas on how to spend your time in Ireland’s heavenly capital, here’s our handy list of the best things to do in Dublin. Breakfast in Bewley’s Cafe Why not start your day in […]

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7 Things You Need to See in Cork

If you are looking for somewhere that is full of history and heritage, has a fantastic food scene, lively bars, plenty of cultural activities and cool things to do, then you need to visit Cork City, boi.   Cork is a wonderfully welcoming city and can easily be reached from Dublin by plane, bus, train, […]

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Stay Safe When Visiting the Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher embody the wild, rugged landscape of Ireland. It is no wonder that they are one of the most photographed and visited places in the whole country. In fact, over 1.5-million people come to admire the cliffs each year.   The Cliffs of Moher are located along the Wild Atlantic Way in […]

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5 Castles Worth a Day Trip From Dublin

Dotted across the Irish landscape are tens of thousands of castles. The oldest castle in Ireland dates back to the 11th century and whilst some of these castles are ruins, many have been lovingly restored and preserved. So if you are into towers and turrets and tales of history and heroes, here are five castles […]

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Explore Kilkenny: An Irish Travel Guide

A Travel Guide to the Best of Kilkenny If you want to get a feel for Ireland of old, plan a visit to the medieval city of Kilkenny. It’s narrow, cobbled streets form what feels like a maze around marvellous medieval buildings and the city’s skyline is punctuated with a 13th-century cathedral and castle.   Located […]

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The Giant’s Causeway – UNESCO World Heritage Site

With its unique volcanic formations and dramatic seascape, the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland is not to be missed. It is located in County Antrim on the north coast of Northern Ireland close of the town of Bushmills, where the famous Irish whiskey is produced. The Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast is a UNESCO World […]

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