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City & Country Tours
Be it a conducted tour of Dublin or a trip through any of the four provinces, let us organise it for you.
Tours can be of any length. These might include sight-seeing, fishing, shooting, golfing or simply shopping.
We can tailor make a tour to suit your requirements, whether it be for holiday or to familiarise an executive with some part of Ireland.
Titanic Experience, Belfast
Visit the birthplace of the Titanic.
The Titanic Experience in Belfast opened its doors in 2012. It is the largest Titanic exhibition in the world.
The exhibition consists of nine galleries employing a variety of interactive media including CGI, film, audio, artefacts and full-scale replicas; a high point being a Shipyard Ride though the Titanic under construction.
Giant's Causeway, Co. Antrim
Situated on the North coast of Ireland (about two miles north of Bushmills), the Giant’s Causeway is an area of approximately 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption; however the legend is more convincing for those who prefer a more colourful story.
The site plays a major part of Ireland’s heritage, attracting visitors from around the world each year since it was first documented in 1693 and realistic sketches were published in 1740. The Giant’s Causeway has often been described as the Eighth Wonder of the World and was declared as Ireland’s first World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1986. Once you have visited, you will quickly see why it has become Ireland’s top tourist attraction.
Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is Ireland's number one tourist attraction providing an unforgettable welcome and a magical journey deep into the heart of the world famous Guinness Brewery.
The Guinness Storehouse is located at the St. James's Gate Brewery in the heart of Dublin City. The Guinness Storehouse explains the history of Guinness. The story is told through various interactive exhibition areas including ingredients, brewing, transport, cooperage, advertising and sponsorship.
Facilities include dining and banqueting, bars and restaurants on site as well as conference facilities.
Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre, Co. Meath (Newgrange, Knowth, Dowth passage tombs)
Newgrange (c 3,200 B.C.) is the best-known monument of the World Heritage Site of Bru na Boinne, predating the ancient pyramids by 400 years and Stonehenge by 1000. The passage tomb is surrounded by 97 kerb stones, the most impressive is the large entrance stone which is covered in swirls and designs. Inside the large mound there is a long passage leading into a chamber which branches off three ways. The corbelled roof inside the burial chamber it still watertight and supports an estimated 200,000 tonnes of cairn. The cremated remains of the dead were laid on large stone basins inside the chamber which usually were accompanied by grave goods.
At dawn on the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year (December 21st), a shaft of sunlight enters the chamber of Newgrange through a specially designed opening over the doorway which illuminates the Chamber.
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