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Wicklow: Private Day Tour from Dublin

1. Wicklow: Private Day Tour from Dublin

Start with a pick-up at your chosen location and drive south into County Wicklow from Dublin. Your qualified guide will share many stories and local folklore about the places you will visit. Tailor the tour to your liking and decide to visit the Powerscourt House Gardens in Enniskerry. Explore the gardens at your own pace and then relax over a coffee looking out towards the Wicklow countryside and sugar loaf hill. You can also do some shopping at the Avoca craft shop. Afterward, drive through the Wicklow Mountains National park with some scenic stops along the way. Such as the Lough Brays, Luggala, the Guinness family Estate, and the P.S. I Love you bridge. Actually many films and TV series were made in this national park such as "The Vikings", "P.S. I Love You", "Leap Year" and today they are filming Enchanted II. Enjoy some lunch in an Irish Pub near Glendalough. Taste some lovely fresh Wicklow produce. Explore Glendalough and the 6th-century monastic site of St Kevin. Enjoy a walk in this wonderful scenic valley with its two lakes and a mixture of deciduous woodland. If there is anything else you would like to do, your guide is with you and would be happy to help arrange this.

Belfast: Full-Day Tour with Titanic Experience

2. Belfast: Full-Day Tour with Titanic Experience

Catch the cross border Enterprise train from Dublin to Belfast for a full-day sightseeing tour of the Northern Ireland capital, and get a ticket to the shipyards of the Titanic Quarter and hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus. Departing from Dublin’s Connolly Station on the 07:35 Enterprise Express, travel in comfort across the border. Snacks are available to purchase on board. Cross into Northern Ireland at Milepost 59 for an arrival at Belfast Central, and then transfer by local train to Belfast Great Victoria Street Station in the heart of the city. Here, you will join the hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour, taking a loop around the city, including the Titanic Quarter, where you will have complimentary admission to the Titanic Visitors Centre. Explore the birthplace of the Titanic ocean liner, and see the new state-of-the-art building constructed on the 100th anniversary of the ship’s fatal voyage. An optional visit to the newly refurbished Crumlin Road Gaol gets you access to the eerie cells and gallows of the historic jail. Built in 1845, Crumlin Road Gaol closed its doors in 1996 and has now reopened as an immersive visitor attraction Drive the famous Falls and Shankill Roads to see the political murals of The Troubles. Then, enjoy some free time to shop in Belfast City Centre. Return trains to Dublin depart at 16:05, 18:05, or 20:05 depending on your preference.

Dublin: 3-Hour Explore w/ a Local at Christmas

3. Dublin: 3-Hour Explore w/ a Local at Christmas

Get into the festive spirit and share some good cheer with the locals as you explore Dublin’s best loved Christmas spots. Soak up the atmosphere as you wander through the city, seeing the most spectacular lights and browsing the Christmas market, and of course, warming up with a hot chocolate or mulled wine. Discover where the best spots in the city are to hear local musicians busking, visit the annual (and unusual) Nativity scene at a famous church and do some Christmas shopping as you stroll around Dublin’s character packed city center. You’ll be in the Christmas spirit in no time. Join a like-minded local to discover the most festive parts of the city, strolling through the beautiful cobbled streets and along the canals while they’re draped with magical Christmas lights. Your host will show you where the best Christmas lights in the city are, and share festive traditions with you so you can discover what Christmas is really like for the locals.  Stroll between the stalls at a Christmas market and warm up with a mulled wine or hot chocolate, indulge in some festive treats and maybe pick up some gifts to take home. See the famous Moving Crib Nativity at St. Martin Apostolate’s Church, a moving Nativity that’s a well-loved local Christmas tradition.  Your local will take you to the streets where local musicians busk, often for charity and enjoy the good cheer and festive atmosphere, maybe heading to a local pub to enjoy a drink with your local afterwards. Curious travelers will be connected to locals who are interesting and sociable people, who know the city well and who love to share their favorite places. They are not tour guides by profession. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Recreate the feeling of having a friend in every city you visit; someone who can show you the places you’ll fall in love with and help you to connect with the most authentic soul of a place. Book this meet-up and the local team will contact you within 24-hours and ask you questions about your preferences and interests, so they can match you with the right profile and assign a like-minded local Dubliner. Keeping in mind your personal answers, your local host will put together a bespoke itinerary just for you. Please note that this will be outlined but flexible. Your host will arrange the most convenient meeting place for you.  If you feel like changing direction during the meet-up, or if your local host believes that you'd enjoy a sight or different experience, they will suggest and discuss with you changes to the itinerary. 

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4.3 / 5

based on 30 reviews

I was a bit hesitant at first because there were not a lot of reviews and all of them were from a few years ago, but everything worked out, and I ended up paying less than from the actual source! There were a few things on the itenarary that are out of date that the company doesn't do anymore, but it was as well worth the cost! It was mainly older people that went, but there were also a few in their twentys as well. The breakfasts are always cereal and toast and a lot of the accommodations aren't the best, but you can survive for one night. I totally recommend going. It's a great way to see the countryside of Ireland!

Our guide, Gillian, could not have been better. She was knowledgeable, friendly, and full of incredibly interesting tidbits about the area and its history. Her stories really brought things to life, but she also gave us freedom to roam and see things without any pressure. I can’t stress enough how very much we enjoyed this trip - and with three generations along that is truly saying something! Thanks again!!

Super awesome! I highly recommend this activity. it should be noted that the activity is in English (my choice to progress in English). Barry (our guide) was very kind and even tried to speak a few words in French. It was really a great experience and luckily the weather was great.

It was all beautiful even the weather 4 days out of seven was sunny

It was all beautiful. The guide was exceptional, helpful and polite helpful. The places were beautiful especially the western part of the coasts. The time available to visit the places was a bit 'reduced given the amount of things to see but then nothing to object. Good experience

The 6 day trip across Ireland was awesome! You can see a lot of Ireland in a very short time. Price-performance was also great and the guide was a real local with lots of funny anecdotes. Can definitely be recommended!