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Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin
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Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin

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The Cliffs of Moher are located in Burren on the Wild Atlantic Way, a winding coastal road notoriously difficult to navigate. Spend less time reading maps and more time soaking up the scenery on a stress-free tour from Dublin. An experienced driver navigates the roads safely and a guide transports you to premium viewing spots you may have missed if exploring independently. Plus, this tour includes free time to explore Galway, too.
$60.49 per adult
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GATfive wrote a review Dec 2020
Westfield151 contributions134 helpful votes
This was a great tour that was very informative about Irish history. The name is a little mis-leading. The "castle" part of the building is very small, although you are allowed to walk into it. Most of the building is only a few hundred years old. The library has some letters written by St. Paul which we were not aware of until after we left and heard it from someone else. We wish the staff had made us aware of that as we were contemplating whether to spend the extra time to visit the library and would have if we had known.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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David M wrote a review Nov 2020
Manchester4 contributions4 helpful votes
This is very accessible to the public, and an imposing place to stroll around. It was the administrative centre of the British occupation, so don't expect a medieval castle. There is a simple peaceful garden space in the rear for you to rest in and gather your thoughts about this wonderful city.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Kavy wrote a review Sep 2020
6 contributions14 helpful votes
The Dublin Castle is gone. There isn't much to see here. Walk by it, check out the garden behind it and stop at Chester Beatty Museum. But don't think there's much to see with the castle.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Rusmir wrote a review Sep 2020
Dublin, Ireland173 contributions73 helpful votes
Dublin like you never explored before - from Vikings to Michael Higgins. Absolutely amazing tour you do not want to miss: chambers, church, castle, dinning hall, throne hall, presidents exhibition and many more. Curators trained and prepared for any question you might have. 10 out of 10.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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HSMITHHH wrote a review Sep 2020
Norwich, United Kingdom12 contributions13 helpful votes
This was more of a Palace than a castle but it did have something for everyone. We got to look at the ancient history of the building and area, we viewed what was left of the original walls, we then had a private tour round the Palace which was insightful and our tour guide had so many interesting stories.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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