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Booking Ireland tours and activities with Travelusave.com!
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During this cruise, you’ll get to ride on a 48-passenger river boat for a 45-minute cruise along the River Liffey in Dublin and see the city from the water. You’ll get the opportunity to hear about the iconic Ha’penny Bridge and Gandon’s masterpiece Custom House.
You’ll also get to follow the story of Dublin’s Royal and Grand Canals, see where Oliver Cromwell landed in 1649, and discover how Captain William Bligh surveyed Dublin Bay in 1800.
During this tour, you’ll get to learn the story of John Jameson and his adventures in whiskey making on a guided tour of the Jameson Whiskey Distillery. Since 1780, the Jameson brand has been focused on its founder’s ambition to create unforgettable experiences. The new look Jameson Distillery Bow Street in Smithfield, Dublin features 3 fully guided experiences.
One of the Bow Street locations and its facilities, a second one about those who make whiskey, and a third about those who shake whiskey. You’ll get the opportunity to touch, smell, interact and taste Jameson whiskey in the original Bow Street Distillery buildings. Visit the live maturation warehouse and get to taste some Jameson straight from the barrel. Then, enjoy a drink or two at the JJ Bar and raise a glass to life!
During this tour, you’ll get to experience the unspoiled natural beauty and rugged landscapes of Connemara on this day trip from Galway. You’ll be traveling in an airconditioned bus and exploring Kylemore Abbey and its elegant gardens with the included entry ticket.
First, you will stop in the charming mountain village of Leenane and take in the views of Ireland’s only fjord at Killary. Then, you’ll get 2 hours to explore Kylemore Abbey and go for a nature walk in the Victorian Walled Gardens. Finally, you’ll continue along the coast to the pretty Gaelic-speaking village of An Spideal to take a stroll amongst the many traditional thatched roof homes and admire the beautiful beaches.
During this tour, you will embark on an Irish food and drink discovery tour. There will be a local food expert who will give you a comprehensive overview of Irish food history and the current food scene at the start of the tour before you set off for a hands-on experience of the local gastronomy scene.
Throughout this tour, you will follow your guide around different food businesses on both sides of the river Liffey, including the Temple Bar District and the buzzing creative quarter. This tour provides you with the opportunity to visit various award-winning eateries and food shops, where you can sample Irish food and drinks made with only the best ingredients.
During this tour, you will also be introduced to the foodie scene of the Irish capital and enjoy its tasty delights. When the tour is over, you will be dropped off in the city center, free to continue exploring the city for further interesting culinary gems.
During this tour you will wander through a picturesque fishing village, stopping off at locations along the route to sample the delights of Howth. You will get to hear tales of Howth’s ancient past, including Viking and Norman invasions, the history of the 70-year-old castle, kings landing, gun running of Howth (1914), and many many more, mixed with some funny Irish anecdotes. You will also get the opportunity to be able to interact with the local fishermen, who are only too willing to share a story or two.
For this particular tour, a selection of seafood will be made on the day, to ensure it is locally sourced and the freshest in Ireland. Your culinary choices will include Dublin Bay Prawns, gambas, mussels, oysters, crab claws, calamari, and of course, Howth’s famous seafood chowder.
This particular food tour will begin near St. Stephen’s Green at The Rolling Donut, one of Dublin’s original doughnut shops. The Rolling Donut has an amazing selection of doughnuts to sample. You’ll also get the opportunity to try some of their signature flavors and talk a bit about the history of Dublin and the surrounding neighborhood. From there, you’ll walk up Grafton street on our way to visit Molly Malone and learn a bit about how she fits into the history of Dublin.
At our second stop, you’ll get the opportunity to try some traditional Irish churros. Believe me, churros might not be traditional in Dublin, but these churros are delicious nonetheless. Walking through Temple Bar, you’ll then make our way to our third stop, which is one of the best doughnut shops you’ll ever visit in Dublin or elsewhere. After all of that, you’ll cross along the River Liffey and taking in the beautiful sites along the river, we’ll make our last stop at the Hot Donut.
During this activity, you’ll get to experience the “Celtic Steps” which is a thrilling live show combining traditional Irish music and dance. You’ll get the opportunity to dive into Irish culture and enjoy an unforgettable evening of entertainment at the Killarney Racecourse. Make sure to prepare for a mesmerizing performance, featuring award-winning Irish dancers and musicians; hear moving renditions of classic Irish folk songs; and enjoy a variety of difference Irish dance styles.
During this tour, you’ll get to see the rich, fertile grounds of the Slieve Aughty mountains which are wonderful grazing grounds for Galway’s grass-fed cows, so it is no surprise that their milk makes exceptional cheese. During this tour, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the cheesemaking process, how the cheese is matured, and just how they get it to taste so good.
For this tour, you’ll get to explore the city of Galway through its historic pubs with this private walking tour focused on Irish whiskey and local food culture. You’ll get the opportunity to taste the best of Irish whiskey and learn about how it’s produced during this half-day, customizable tour. In addition to whiskey, discover Galway’s vibrant culinary scene including tastings at cheesemakers, chocolatiers, and more.
During this tour, your day starts with a trip to the Giants causeway and a view of Carrick a rede rope bridge along with a photo stop at Dunluce castle, before driving along the scenic north coast drive to visit the Glens of Antrim and spectacular waterfalls on the route towards Belfast castle. Then, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the famous troubles Peace wall and Murals before we take in some of the City’s main character buildings on a city tour on our way to the titanic museum experience.
This is a unique tour as it covers 5 different tours 1- Giants causeway, 2- Glens of Antrim, 3- Belfast City Tour, 4- Murals tour, 5- Titanic experience. All in one day. Titanic Experience tickets need bought at time of booking and is a 10 hour tour.
During this activity you’ll be able to learn the origins of Irish whiskey from the pros at the Irish Whiskey Museum on a laugh-a-minute educational tour. Then enjoy four different tasters, after which you’ll know exactly which ‘flavor profile’ you’re looking for when blending your own 30ml miniature.
You’ll learn the origins of Irish whiskey from those in the know, and you’ll do so through experience interactive displays, discover whiskey’s rise to glory and weep tipsily over its dramatic fall after sampling four brands for yourself. Then, you’ll get the opportunity to test your skills as a mixer by blending your very own 30ml miniature bottle of whiskey to take home!
During this tour, you’ll get the opportunity to learn and become full of info about famous Irish rock musicians, and others who’ve made musical magic at this Temple Bar highlight. You will have a professional guide who will take you on an eye-opening tour through rock ‘n’ roll, dispersing fun facts as you go. See a great photo exhibition and educate yourself with a short movie about the history of Irish music.
If you and your fellow tourists feel like it, grab some costumes and instruments and form an impromptu band. Bang the skins, shred some strings, or slap that funky bass. Let’s be honest: it’ll probably sound terrible, but who cares? You’re too rock ‘n’ roll to care what the haters say!
This Gravedigger evening tour whisks you through the Middle Ages aboard a double-decker bus in the company of a ghoulish guide. During this particular tour, you’ll get to hear the horrifying facts, myths, and legends from a time when Dublin was ravaged by the plague. See great sights of the city by eerie evening light as your guide weaves twisted tales.
You will be guided by a costumed guide for the Gravedigger evening tour who is a verified expert on all things creepy and macabre. He’s also an actor with the gift of gab, so get ready for dark tales seasoned with a heavy dose of gallows humor.
The tour will start when you board your custom double-decker bus near Trinity College, and travel back to the Middle Ages as you pass Dublin Castle, St. Audoen’s Church (AKA ‘Hell’), Kilmainham Jail, Bully’s Acre, St. Michans, and Croppies Acre.
You’ll get the opportunity to learn about plague victims bathing in the city’s drinking water, how the mayor tried to keep the Black Death at bay, and listen for the sounds of rattling bones, baying wolves, and ear-splitting shrieks. (NOTE: The screaming may be coming from you).
You’ll also get a free Ghoulish Drink at the Gravediggers Pub to help ease your nightmares.
During this tour, you will hop on a tourist bus that takes you on a 60-minute journey around the essential places in picturesque Galway on Ireland’s west coast. The route includes 8 stops at the city’s most important landmarks and monuments, which you will learn about in more detail thanks to the onboard audio commentary.
Some of the stops included on the itinerary are the Cathedral, the Spanish Arch. the Eyre Square public park, and Salthill Village. You can hop on and off at any of these stops whenever you want.
During this tour, your bus journey will take you along the Wild Atlantic Way, the route that crosses the west coast of Ireland. You’ll get the opportunity to see picturesque traditional villages such as Clarenbridge, Kinvara and Ballyvaughan. You’ll also listen to some interesting anecdotes and legends about the places we pass through.
After that, you’ll arrive at the Doolin jetty, where you’ll get off the bus and walk through the village and along the path to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre. As we walk, we’ll admire breathtaking views of this natural wonder that stretches out for 5 miles (8 kilometres).
You’ll have the opportunity of 5 hours of free time to stroll along the cliffs, snap some photos and take in the fresh ocean air. Then everyone will reconvene at the Visitor Centre and get back on the bus to return to Limerick via the rocky, lunar-like landscapes of the Burren.
During this tour, you will meet at the Killarney stables at the chosen time, where you’ll meet the horses that will accompany us on this unforgettable ride. You will get to wear some helmets, boots and mount our steeds, ready to discover Killarney National Park. Can you imagine a better setting to share with these noble animals?
You’ll get the opportunity to explore the most beautiful landscapes Ireland has to offer, discovering Lough Lein, the largest of the three lakes in Killarney. After that, you’ll make stops to take snaps of the mountains and hills so characteristic of Killarney.
During this activity, you’ll get the opportunity to enjoy a show combining traditional Irish dance and music, sure to fully immerse you in the folklore of one of the most fascinating cultures in Europe. A special Celtic night on your trip to Dublin!
At this show you can let yourself be carried away by the music that reverberates around this 18th-century house. And you’ll see the dancers perform traditional Irish instruments, among which the harp, bagpipes and bodhran stand out.
The traditional dinner will be at the Lansdowne Hotel will consist of 3 courses to choose from:
- Starter: vegetable soup with Irish soda bread, Dublin Coddle (pork sausage in potato broth) or mixed salad with crispy bacon and garlic toast.
- Main Course: Guinness Beef Stew, Grilled Chicken Fillet with Herb Stuffing and Pepper Sauce, Baked Salmon Fillet with Cajun Sauce, or Leek and Brie Pasties.
- A selection of Irish Desserts
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