Blarney Castle & Cork Day Tour
We will meet in front of the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street. Before leaving you’ll meet your fun-loving and knowledgeable tour guide and your fellow travel companions! Our exciting day tour will begin by travelling through Ireland’s southern terrain. As we leave the city behind us, we’ll soon pass into an area referred to as “The Curragh” within County Kildare. This region is absolutely perfect for breeding and training horses. We arrive at Blarney Castle, which is the highlight of the tour for most. Blarney Castle is known around the world for its famous Blarney Stone. Kiss the stone and receive the “gift of the gab”. Blarney Castle isn't all about the Stone; the Blarney castle itself is worthy of exploration as are its fantastic lush grounds and woodland walks. There is much to see and explore. See the Rock Close and find the Wishing Steps to make a wish! Ireland’s second largest city, known as the ‘Rebel City’, take time to explore its vibrant Irish atmosphere. Here in Cork you will be met by a local guide who will bring you on a walking tour throughout the city. Discover the history and the famous places Cork has to boast. If you have time, make sure to visit The English Market which has plenty of Irish produce food to choose from. Following your guided tour of the city you will have some time to explore and sample some local cuisine. We will arrive at one of Ireland’s 7 Wonders - the Rock of Cashel! Here we’ll explore the Hall of Vicars, Cormack’s Chapel, Celtic Cathedral, Round Tower, and the surrounding grounds filled with ancient high crosses! In addition, you’ll have the marvelous opportunity to gaze upon one of Ireland’s oldest Romanesque wall paintings inside the world-famous historical landmark! To finish off, we’ll arrive back in Dublin to reminisce about all of the exciting highlights!
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What is included
-Transport in an air-conditioned coach
Please bring a rain jacket and/or umbrella and comfortable foot wear.
Not wheelchair accessible
Meeting Point Information
Depart from Molly Malone statue, Suffolk street