We will travel from Dublin to south to Co. Cork, in a day trip to visit Ireland's castles as Rock Cashel, Brarney Castle and Cahir Castle.

Price: 55€ Student/OAP or 60€ Adult (all tickets included).
Departure: 6.50am near Trinity College.
Arrival: 7.30pm near Trinity College.

6:50 We depart near Trinity College. Your guide will do a quick introduction of the tour and will make sure that everybody is happy and ready to go. We will be leaving Dublin and passing by the Guinness Factory and also College Green Tourism Office, the best tourism office in the country! On the way, we will tell you more about the sights that we pass in the city centre, and maybe advise on the weather you can expect for the day. As we leave Dublin behind, the urban landscape changes to that of the rolling hills and constant hedges of the Irish countryside. We'll pass an area called The Curragh in County Kildare. This area is ideal for training horses, due to the sandy soil that creates excellent drainage, making it an ideal spot for horse racing. Not surprisingly, the Curragh race track is situated nearby. County Kildare is also well known for horse breeding and vast tracks of lands today are owned by the likes of the Agha Khan and Sheik Mohammed. Close to Kildare Town, you will find the National Stud Farm, world famous for its horse breeding, coupled with the lovely Japanese Gardens.
9:00 At the Rock of Cashel, we visit this great Celtic Cathedral, which include the Hall of Vicars, Cormack's Chapel, which has one of Ireland's oldest Romanesque wall paintings and the Round tower, all perched on a solid rock ringed by a curtain wall. This Rock of Cashel, is the seat of the archbishop of the diocese of Cashel and is the sight where the historical synod of Cashel. It dates back from before there Anglo-Norman conquerors and contains an amazing collection of architecture, history and Romanesque art.
11:00 We arrive at Blarney Castle and half the day's driving is already done! Blarney Castle, famous for its Blarney Stone, also has lovely wooded walks and "Rock Close"- a garden filled with Druidic rock formations, believed to be dating back to pre-historic times. To kiss the stone, you have to bend backwards when on the parrifits of the castle, holding onto iron railings- basically hanging upside down. The reward for your efforts: to be bestowed with the so-called "Gift of the gab".
15:30 It is time of visiting Ireland's largest and best preserved castle.
19:30 Arrival to Dublin city center.

Ireland Castles 1 day trip

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