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Blarney Castle Day Trip from Dublin

Highlights
  • Guaranteed admission at Blarney Castle, Cahir Castle, and the Rock of Cashel
  • Seamless, round-trip transit from Dublin by air-conditioned coach
  • Learn amusing lore and fascinating history from your guide
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Blarney Castle Day Trip from Dublin
From US$71.90
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Blarney Castle Day Trip from Dublin
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Overview

Beyond Dublin, Ireland offers enchanting castles, ruins, and other notable landmarks, and on this day trip, you’ll see three of the country’s most popular highlights. Don’t worry about arranging trains or navigating the countryside yourself; an air-conditioned coach makes it simple to discover Blarney Castle (and the famous Blarney Stone), Cahir Castle, and the Rock of Cashel in a single day.

What to Expect
Meet your guide at a convenient location in central Dublin and hop aboard an air-conditioned coach. En route to stops at three of Ireland’s top landmarks, relax and enjoy the rolling, green scenery of County Tipperary and County Kildare, supplemented with commentary from your guide.

First, you’ll visit Blarney Castle, home to the famous Blarney Stone. Legend has it that those who climb the tower’s 127 steps to kiss the stone will earn “the gift of the gab.”

Next, head to Cahir Castle, one of the Ireland’s largest castles scenically located on a island in the River Suir.

Finally, visit Rock of Cashel, an impressive archaeological site with thousands of years of history, before returning to Dublin, where the tour ends in the evening.
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Reviewed today
3 Castles in 1 Day!

This was our first of two trips with Extreme Ireland, and it was a great way to start. Our driver and tour guide Sandra was wonderful; an absolute riot. We knew right away we were in good hands, and the entire tour was a blend...More

Thank TheTolerableOne
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Amazing tour!

This tour was amazing! We had the best tour guide, Joey! He was very knowledgeable and very entertaining! He kept us laughing for sure! We went to Rock of Cashel, Cahir Castle and Blarney Castle. We had plenty of time at each site to take...More

1  Thank Anna W
Reviewed 1 week ago
We loved it!

We had a rental car and went first thing in the morning before the tour busses, enjoyed the grounds and castle. I definitely suggest walking the grounds after kissing the Blarney Stone. Loved the gift shop as well! After go to the woolen store about...More

Thank cjchristensen
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great trip well worth it!

Our driver Kevin was fabulous. The trip was planned well and efficient. Got to see 3 castles and the timing was perfect for each stop. Love it. Nice surprise at end where we had a guide at Cahil give us the history of the castle.

3  Thank Jennifer E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
We Loved It

We had Robert as our driver. He was very funny and knowledgeable. He mad the long bus ride very bearable. Throughout the entire trip he gave us plenty of time at each stop. While returning he gave us tips on where to go and what...More

1  Thank Ashley M
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14 May 2018|
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Response from Jennifer E | Reviewed this property |
The 1st castle is 1 hr which is plenty Blarney is about 3 hours if I remember and last 1 hr . Trust me more than enough.
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Una D
28 April 2018|
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Response from Scott_FItzpatrick | Reviewed this property |
Molly Malone statue, Suffolk st over by Trinity College
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Stephanie F
19 April 2018|
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Response from love2quilt2 |
There is a place to order food at Blarney; but there are also places to stop in each little town along the way. But picnics are lovely and you can feel free to stop anywhere along the way and spread a blanket.
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