Tours in Dublin

St. Stephens Green

The 22-acre park is a Dublin gem and an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of downtown city life. When weather permits, you should do as the locals do and stretch out on the grass for some rest and relaxation, or grab a picnic lunch.

Merrion Square

Made up of stately houses, this is arguably Dublin's grandest Georgian square. It stars in countless images and postcards of the city.

National Museum of Ireland

The National Museum of Ireland opened in 1997. Its collections include silver, ceramics, jewellery, furniture and Irish haute couture fashion.

Why Else Visit Ireland?

County Donegal

Tourists visit the county to experience the beautiful beaches and marvellous outdoor scenery. Major attractions include Mount Errigal, Carrickfinn Beach, and Glenveagh National Park.

Waterford

Waterford is located in southeast Ireland. It is the country’s oldest city with a history of more than 1000 years. Waterford boasts colourful past involving the Vikings and the Cromwellian siege of the 1600s.

The Cliffs of Moher

So many superlatives have been used to describe these magnificent cliffs it's hard to find the right words. Grand and awe-inspiring spring to mind and they are indeed both of these things as well as being utterly wild and ruggedly beautiful.

Fascinating Natural Parks of Ireland

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