Experience the best of the Emerald Isle

So, you’re in Dublin and have a spare day. You’ve seen the city’s sights, gone out at night, and tasted a Guinness or three. Well, now it’s time to get out and find out why they call Ireland the ‘Emerald Isle’. Rabbie’s day trips take you out of Dublin and combine must-see attractions with incredible local secrets.

You can capture the medieval spirit of Ireland on a tour to the Rock of Cashel and Blarney Castle. You can see the mountains, myths, and majesty of Ireland’s far west. You can visit the soul-quenching sights of Glendalough, Powerscourt, and the Wicklow Mountains.

And you can venture to the Hill of Tara and Trim Castle to discover 5,000 years of Irish history in a day. So, use your time in Ireland wisely and experience the best of Ireland in a day from Rabbie’s central Dublin departure point.

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Highlights
  • Award-winning range of 1–17 day adventures cater for 16 travellers or less
  • Plenty of time off the mini-coach
  • Each trip comes with its own guide who knows the sights and secrets of the area you’re visiting
Open Year Round

Opening Times:

Book on-line. See website for further details.

Prices

Admission Prices 2018:

Adult: from €69.00
Concession: from €62.00

Useful Information

Dublin departures leave from opposite the Kilkenny Shop on Nassau Street. Pick-up point only. No booking office at this location.

Getting There

By Dublin bus: 4, 7, 33d, 46a and 145

By Luas (Green): Dawson

Map Location: 53.342263, -6.254620
Contact Day Tours from Dublin City by Rabbie’s Tours

Nassau Street, Dublin, Ireland


T: +44 (0) 131 226 3133
E: tours@rabbies.com
W:
www.rabbies.com
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