What kind of houses did the richest Irish men in the 19th-20th century live in? Malahide Castle is a picture of the abode in which the richest men of those ages dwelt. This tour, takes you through amazing Irish destinations outside the city of Dublin. Including the ancient but spectacular Malahide Castle, owned by the filthy rich Talbot family until the late 20th century.
The tour is a fully guided one, and it also includes a calm sightseeing experience at Howth Village, a traditional fishing community. From the Howth Village you will be overlooking the Dublin Bay.
You will explore the beautiful historic scenes of the Malahide Castle, suited on 250 acre of land and surrounded by a breath taking flower garden. You will then take a drive through the scenic picturesque town of Malahide into the traditional fishing village of Howth. Wander a bit around this suburb before moving on to the Howth Summit.
From the Howth Summit, you can catch breathtaking sights of the Dublin bay, a perfect spot for photographs. The view you will catch from the Howth summit is regarded as one of the world’s greatest seascapes. Keep in mind that all destinations are less than an hour road trip from Dublin
What do other tourists have to say about their experience? “This was a great trip! Our guide Trevor was very friendly and told us additional history along the way”. “Great tour and our guide was a lot of fun. Learned so much at the castle.” The tour is certain to be a perfect sightseeing experience. If that’s what you’re looking for, seize a hold of this offer.
This tour takes you out from the hustling and bustling of the main city to the Dublin Mountainous area where you will enjoy a fun afternoon at 3 unique topnotch pubs. It is also a sightseeing experience of the stunning scenery of each Pub’s environment. You get a chance to hang out with locals over a few pints of beer under the ambience provided by great live music.
In Dublin, there’s a vast array of local beers and mouthwatering food to choose from. But, you will be visiting 3 of the best pubs in located in the outskirts of Dublin one of which is the Johnnie Fox’s pub. Part of the program for your enjoyment is the live great traditional music that the Johnnie Fox pub is known for (it is something to look forward to).
From one pub to another, you will be transferred by an air conditioned vehicle. A local, professional and friendly local guide will be made available. He show how best to enjoy the Pub tour. At the last pub stop, you will be left awestruck by the amazing beauty of the Dublin Bay. Keep on with the mingling as there will also be more live music and friendly locals present at the last pub you’ll visit.
Perhaps you’re still wondering “will this be fun enough?” One tourist had this to say: “This was the second time that my husband and I took this tour with our guide Rocky. He was very informed and entertaining, and we had a great time” Convinced now? If the prospects of taking beer, making new friends, swaying to great live music and eating delicious food are things you get thrilled about, then yes this is for you.