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Blarney castle is situated 8km from Cork city. It is worth a visit on any Ireland tours. This historic castle is most famous for its "Blarney Stone" This stone has the traditional power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it. The word "blarney" was introduced into the...

This is a great option if you are on any tours of Ireland visiting Fermanagh and Enniskillen. Nearby is the ferry to the magnificent Devenish Island , a superb 5th century monastery only accessible by boat. It is also a great stopover on our extended Belfast tours. It...

Dublin Castle is just off Dame Street in Dublin. It has been popular recently with the visit of Her Majesty the Queen and Barrack Obama , President of the United States. It is worth visiting on any tours of Ireland. It is formerly the fortified seat of...

If in Ireland , then consider this option for Belfast tours. The Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival offers a weekend of fun and activity for all ages. The festival will be held from Friday 24th June 2011 to Sunday 26th June 2011 at Queens Quay and Abercorn Basin. There will...

On any tours of Ireland that bring you into Belfast you will enjoy the vibrant city centre. Belfast's city centre is fairly compact and and easy to wander around. The heart of the old city can be found in the narrow atmospheric lanes of the comercial district...

On any tours of Ireland visit Dublin and see Saint Stephens Green. During the 18th century , the city's gentry built their dwellings on the Green and it has been one of the most fashionable areas every since. From 1815 until 1880 the Green was reserved for...

Again if you are on any tours of Ireland , and in Dublin , Grafton Street is worth walking down !! Located in the heart of Dublin City , O'Connell Street forms part of a grand throughfare created in the 18th century that runs through the...

Sentry Hill is a 19th Century farmhouse in the parish of Carmoney , County Antrim. It is an interesting option on Belfast tours and a real hidden gem. It was the home of the McKinney family who came to Ireland from Scotland in the early 1700's. Remarkably...