List of Tours from your Hotel.
Travel to Dublin start at Guinness Store House, continue with Dublin city tour,
Phoenix PARK, North Quay, O Connell ST. Parnell Square Trinity College, Georgian Squares, ST. Patricks Cathedral, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin’s Temple Bar. Shopping time built in to reflect your pace of touring, Dinner & Show in Taylors Tree Rock at the foothills of the Dublin Mountains Returning to your hotel after a long but exhilarating day.
Kilkenny Castle, Rock of Cashel, & Limerick
The town of Kilkenny stands on the banks of the River Nore, Kilkenny Castle a fortress of the Butler Family until 1936 when they vacated the castle, In 1967 the Butlers gifted the castle to the citizens of Kilkenny, the castle is now under the care of the OPW, Office of Public Works and is open to visiting, either before or after a walk in the town.
Then we travel to the inspirational Rock of Cashel, the site of the High Kings of Ireland and birthplace of Catholicism in Ireland, Showcasing the 12 Century Romanesque church of ST. Cormac. From 370 to 1101 it was the seat of the Kings of Munster. In 978 Brian Boru was made High King of Ireland within its walls. Our last visit is to Limerick City, home of the Treaty Stone and A Norman Castle one of the best-preserved Castles in Europe, on Kings Island. The site dates to 922 but the Castle is from 1200 built by King John.
Glendalough, Avoca Handweavers & Waterford City
Making our way to the Glendalough in Wicklow this Historic site is of Saint Kevin and has plenty of monuments & Legends here we have Round Towers, a Cathedral, three other churches, and a High Cross, so the time needed to enjoy this site, After our visit to Glendalough we travel to Avoca Handweavers for a Snack and shopping on our way to the Viking City of Waterford and a must visit to Waterford crystal showrooms and factory,
Connemara, Kylemore Abbey, & Galway city
The first stop is Connemara Crystal showrooms and glass cutting experience, on to Kylemore Abbey & Gardens, after the visit and some Belgium chocolate, it is on to Galway city. Free time for shopping and food,
Rock of Cashel & Cork City
Today it is the inspirational Rock of Cashel, the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, and the birth of the Catholicism in Ireland, Showcasing the 12 Century Romanesque church of ST. Cormac. From 370 to 1101 it was the seat of the Kings of Munster. In 978 Brian Boru was made High King of Ireland within its walls.
On to Cork City and a driving tour viewing, Saint Finbarr’s Cathedral, Town Hall, Patricks street, stopping than for a visit to the English Market and a walk around the narrow streets of the Georgian quarter of the City.
Or we Can travel to Cobh and take to The Titanic Centre, Returning to your hotel.