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If you are on Ireland tours Galway is a MUST SEE attraction. It is Ireland's second largest county, in the province of Connacht. Extending from the Atlantic to the River Shannon (area of 2,374 square miles) , the county has a population of over 200,000). Galway City ,...

Remember if you are in Belfast our Belfast tours can expand to Dublin. This means that you can spend a nice day in Dublin visiting the likes of the Guinness factory and the National Museum. There are no worries about buses or trains as you will have...

When in Dublin on tours of Ireland consider visiting the various sites. All are must see attractions if you want to see the history of Ireland. Ireland's national museum consists of collections of archeology , history , decorative arts , and natural history. Established in 1877 ,...

On any tours of Ireland I hope that you will get to taste some of the local whiskey. The whiskey that most of the world drinks is spelled without the E , as in "Scotch Whisky". But Irish whiskey once dominated the world market. Besides the spelling of...

Belfast is a fantastic base for enjoying day trips to sights and attractions beyond the city. It is a compact friendly city with some great pubs and restaurants. The shooping is also fantastic and apart from the big high street stores there are super little family owned...

The Four Courts is a landmark of Dublin's city centre , located at the Inns Quay on the river Liffey. Built between 1786 and 1802 , the structure is a masterpiece of Georgian architecture. But a bit of a hidden gem on tours of Ireland. Part of...

If you are visiting Belfast we suggest you see the following : 1. Belfast City Hall 2. Albert Clock 3. Grand Opera House 4. Queens University 5. Titanic Dry Dock 6. The famous Belfast murals 7. Crown Liquor Saloon There is so much more to see and do in Belfast but the above...

If you are on tours of Ireland then Carrowmore is a real hidden gem. It is an extensive megalithic cemetery , possibly started in the fifth millenium B.C. It has been much depleted by stone -quarrying but was formerly the largest known collection of megalithic tombs in...

If on Ireland tours , and in County Kerry , you will see Carrantuohill. It is Ireland's highest mountain at 3,414 ft or 1,039 metres. Situated in MacGillycuddys Reeks (what a great name) , it is made up mostly of coarse-grained sandstone. The name Carrantuohill derives from the...