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Blarney Castle, Kilkenny and Irish Whiskey - Rabbie's Small Group Tours
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Blarney Castle, Kilkenny and Irish whiskey - three day small group tour. Unearth one of Ireland’s most unspoilt corners on this tour of beaches and ancient local history on a maximum 16 passenger coach tour with a local driver and guide.

Unspoilt coasts blend into rocky shores and ancient buildings in Ireland’s south east corner. Sip Irish beer in a local pub, sample seafood and uncover the mysteries of ancient Irish ruins. This tour takes travellers to the heart of an Ireland less seen by visitors.

Places to explore:

· Blarney Castle - kiss the Blarney Stone amidst the walls of this medieval stronghold.

· Jameson Whiskey Distillery - taste one of Ireland's favourite exports.

· West Cork coves and beaches - stroll sandy beaches and dip into the coves that line the coast.

· Kinsale - dive into this port town, and discover a feast for the eyes and tastebuds.

· Cobh and the Titanic - delve into the mystery and history of this coastal town, the last port of call for Irish emigrants on the famous ship’s ill-fated voyage.

· Waterford - set forth for tales of conquest and pillage in what is said to be Ireland’s oldest city, founded by 9th century Vikings.

· Kilkenny Castle - survey the dominant and unmistakeable three walled castle whilst roaming its grounds.

· Wicklow Mountains - soar to some of Ireland’s most dramatic peaks then dive into its profound valleys.

· Glendalough - visit the “Valley of the Lakes”. Wander its wild trails or explore the monastery with its rounded tower.

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opposite the Kilkenny Shop, Nassau St, Dublin, Ireland
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