The Hop-on Hop-off tour is suspended until the end of January 2022 due to Covid19
Cork & Blarney Castle Day Tour - Irish Day Tours
- Enjoy a stunning drive through the lush green countryside of Kidare, Tipperary, and County Cork
- Kiss the legendary Blarney Stone and explore 600 year old Blarney Castle
- Explore the historic Cahir Castle
- Visit the Rock of Cashel in Ireland's Ancient East
Cork & Blarney Day Tour from Dublin
One of the most popular Irish Day Tours; on this trip, you will discover the magic of Ireland on a day trip to Blarney Castle & Gardens and Cork. Explore the wonder of the famous Rock of Cashel, Visit 600 year old Blarney Castle and kiss the Blarney Stone. Take a scenic guided drive through stunning County Cork and finally visit Cahir Castle, one of Ireland's most well preserved medieval castles.
Rock of Cashel
You will have the chance to discover the Rock of Cashel. Iverlooking Tipperary’s stunning Golden Vale, the Rock of Cashel is a site of immense historical importance as it was the seat of the King of Munster. Historically a fortress dating back to the Anglo-Norman times.
On this enjoyable day tour, you will pass alongside two separate mountain ranges; the Knockmealdown Mountains and the Galtee Mountains.
Blarney Castle & Gardens
Many visitors come to Blarney Castle only to see the famous Blarney Stone, but that’s just part of the attraction. Built nearly six hundred years ago by a great Irish Chieftain - Cormac MacCarthy, Blarney Catle is one of Ireland’s most famous attractions to this day. Visitors from all over the world make Blarney top of the list when planning a trip to Ireland – and for good reason - Blarney is a world landmark and one of Ireland's most popular sites.
The gardens surrounding Blarney Castle are also a paradise for walkers and are worth exploring. Journey through the diverse surroundings of the caslte’s gardens where there is something to see all year round in a garden which is constantly changing and evolving.
The Blarney Stone
Blarney has been made famous by the legendary Stone of Eloquence, found at the top of the tower. Legend has it, that by kissing the famous Stone, you receive the “gift of the gab”.
Receive the “gift of the gab” by kissing the famous Stone.
Last stop on the tour is to Cahir Castle, a hidden gem and one of Ireland's most well preserved medeival castles. Explore the castle itself with it's impressive original structure and architectural features. You'll also enjoy a presentation of the history of this proud structure that sits on an island on the river Suir.
06:50: DEPART DUBLIN
09:00: ROCK OF CASHEL
11:30: KISS THE STONE AT BLARNEY CASTLE
15:30: CAHIR CASTLE
19:00: ARRIVE BACK IN DUBLIN
All times are approximate and subject to change based on traffic conditions
- Tour Duration: 12 Hours (Approx)
- Ticket price includes all entrance fees.
- Food and drink is not included in ticket price.
- Tour Pick-Up @ 6:50am at the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street
- Tour Drop-Off @ 7:00pm on Dame Street, or the Riddler Restaurant if you have booked dinner.
- All times are approximate and subject to change based on traffic conditions.