Places to explore on a day tour from Dublin
is set on 250 acres of park land beside the picturesque fishing village of Malahide.
The Talbot family lived at Malahide Castle from 1185 to 1973, when the last Talbot died.
The house is furnished with beautiful period furniture together with an extensive
collection of Irish portrait paintings, mainly from the National Gallery.
(Valley of the two lakes) monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin.
is a picturesque medieval town on southern shore of Carlingford Lough in Co. Louth.
The town still retains its medieval layout noticeable by the narrow lanes and small streets.
Tholsel Street is where the last of the medieval walled town's gates can still be seen.
The Proleek Dolmen
dates to the Stone Age around 3000 BC.
The dolmen is composed of two portal stones, a lower backstone and a massive capstone, which weighs about 40 tonnes.
Local tradition claims that if a visitor lands three stones atop the dolmen,
they will be granted a wish, or will be married within the year.
Into the Badlands
Into the Badlands - Wicklow locations
Wicklow locations - Powerscourt House, Powercourt Waterfall, Lough Tay and Killruddery House.
Trip Advisor Review: Great way to enjoy the Boyne Valley!
"If you are visiting Ireland and looking for a tour that will make the most of your brief time,
we recommend spending your day with Michael. He is an outstanding tour guide that will deliver all the sites in a relaxed comfortable environment.
He knows the places to go and does an excellent job getting your there before the crowds.
Want to spend your day driving through the beautiful Irish countryside with a knowledgeable friend? We recommend booking a day with Michael.
Thank you Michael for a wonderful relaxed day exploring the amazing Irish countryside and history!"
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