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5 Fascinating Facts About the Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher is by far one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland, attracting over one million visitors each year. The Cliffs of Moher are approximately 14 km long, and they rise to 214 meters (just above 700ft) at their highest point, just north of O’Brien’s Tower. While most people are already […]

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Wild and Wonderful from Wicklow to Kilkenny

Just a short drive from Dublin, Kilkenny and Wicklow are two of the most accessible counties in Ireland to travel to on a day tour. Both counties are loved for their own reasons, from all the tiny craft stores lining the streets of Kilkenny to the famous round tower standing tall at Glendalough in Wicklow, […]

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8 Most Important 1916 Rising Sites In Dublin

2016 marks the 100 year anniversary of the 1916 Rising, a historical event that lead to Ireland gaining its independence from Great Britain a few years later. To celebrate this momentous moment in Irish history, there will be events held all over the country and we here at Wild Rover Tours will be organising 1916 […]

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Wild Rover’s Best Lunch Spots in Galway

Located on the west coast along the Wild Atlantic Way, the bustling city of Galway is the cultural capital of Ireland. Famous for art festivals, nightlife and stunning scenery, Galway is also a foodie paradise. You can find a variety of gourmet cuisine from authentic wood-fired pizzas to French-style croissants, from Galway Bay Oysters to […]

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9 Reasons To Visit Kilkenny This Christmas (updated for 2019)

Kilkenny is the Ireland of many visitors’ imaginations. Built from dark grey limestone flecked with fossil seashells, Kilkenny is also known as ‘the marble city’. The city’s beautiful ‘Medieval Mile’ of narrow cobbled streets and historic buildings strung between Kilkenny Castle and St Canice’s Cathedral along the bank of the River Nore draws thousands of […]

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Explore the Monastic City of Glendalough

Glendalough, also known as Gleann Dá Loch meaning The Valley of The Two Lakes, can be found in County Wicklow and boasts one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland. While Glendalough may not be officially classed as one of the Wonders of the World, joining one of the day tours of Glendalough in […]

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