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All-Ireland 6-Day Tour from Dublin

  • Multi-day guided tour ensures you maximize your time in Ireland 
  • Visit top attractions: Giant’s Causeway, Cliffs of Moher, and Blarney Castle
  • Take in views along Antrim Coast Road, Ring of Kerry, and Wild Atlantic Way
All-Ireland 6-Day Tour from Dublin
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This is the best value level of accommodation, where you stay in hostels in shared dormitory style rooms, sharing with other tour members. Basic Breakfast is included. No single supplements!
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This is our option for the budget-conscious who still wish to enjoy a private room. This option stays in B&B’s, Apartments & Budget Hotels. Guests enjoy breakfast each morning, with a variety of Con
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This option stays in B&B’s, Apartments & Budget Hotels in a single room. Guests enjoy breakfast each morning.
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Ireland’s small size makes it possible to see much of the country on a multi-day tour, and doing so with a guide allows you to maximize your time on an itinerary with both big-name attractions and traditional villages. See Belfast and the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland; marvel at natural wonders such as The Burren, Inch Beach, and the Cliffs of Moher; and visit towns including Galway, Dingle, and Cork.
What to Expect

Day 1: Dublin - Belfast

Your tour begins in central Dublin where you board your air-conditioned coach and begin your scenic journey north. Visit Monasterboice to explore the ruins of an early Christian monastic settlement, and then cross into Northern Ireland.

In Belfast, begin a city sightseeing tour, passing sights such as City Hall, Queen's University, Albert's Clock, and the Botanic Gardens, or opt for a Black Taxi tour (optional; own expense) to see the Peace Wall and Belfast murals, and learn more about the city’s turbulent political history.

Day 2: Belfast - Letterkenny

See Northern Ireland highlights, starting with Dark Hedges, a memorable Game of Thrones filming locations where your guide shares stories about the filming of the hit show. Continue to the rugged north coast’s star attraction, the Giant’s Causeway, which is Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. You also visit nearby Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, which links the mainland to Carrick-a-Rede Island and passes over the Atlantic Ocean.

In the afternoon, visit Derry (Londonderry) to learn its history, before crossing the border into County Donegal to Letterkenny.

Day 3: Letterkenny - Galway

Begin with a drive through Donegal and Sligo, the former stomping ground of poet W.B. Yeats—stop to visit his grave in Drumcliff Abbey. Continue south to Galway, where you have the afternoon to walk Salthill Promenade, enjoy views of Galway Bay, and explore the bars and restaurants of the atmospheric Latin Quarter.

Day 4: Galway-Killarney

Drive part of the rugged Wild Atlantic Way, ducking inland to explore the otherworldly landscapes of the Burren before continuing to the Cliffs of Moher. After marveling at the sea cliffs and enjoying views of Aran Islands, make a stop in Adare village, famed for its traditional thatched cottages. Finally, continue to Killarney, where you spend the night.

Day 5: Killarney-Dingle

Explore the Dingle Peninsula, where highlights include Inch Beach, one of the longest beaches in Ireland, and Slea Head, the westernmost point of Europe. Keep an eye out for Fungi, Dingle’s resident dolphin, and enjoy expansive views along the coast, including an island known as the Sleeping Giant, Blasket Islands, and the ancient beehive huts. Return to Dingle in the afternoon and enjoy free time to shop for souvenirs and have dinner (own expense) at a typical Irish pub.

Day 6: Dingle-Dublin

See some of the sights along the famous Ring of Kerry tour route, as you pass through the Cork and Kerry Mountains. Make a stop at Blarney Castle, where you can join in the centuries-old tradition of kissing the Blarney Stone—said to bestow the “gift of the gab.” On the return to Dublin, pass through Wicklow Mountains, before ending your tour at the original departure point.

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1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Better than Expected!

My wife and I took this tour and were really impressed. After reading a lot of reviews, I was worried that this was for students, that we’d be in the bus a long time, the accommodations would be rough, etc. Fortunately, none of that was...More

6  Thank Ryan P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Not suitable for handicap

My daughter and I went on this tour in May. I did the wall of Derry not being told what is involved while myself and another women was in a lot of pain due to stairs and climbing. It ruined the rest of the week...More

1  Thank Brigid b
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This tour was one of the best decisions I made- Paddywagon has a colourful green bus and covers so many places in a well planned route. Our tour guide and bus driver Freddie was funny and very knowledgeable. He gave us a wonderful historical perspective...More

Thank Krits25
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
An absolutely excellent, if somewhat exhausting, introduction to Ireland!

We chose to take the 6 day introduction to Ireland and were very pleased with the experience. Our driver and guide, Rory, was well informed and entertaining. Every evening, after we 70 year olds retreated to our room, the younger members of the group went...More

1  Thank Carree222
Reviewed 1 May 2018
Great week!

Amazing trip. Had wonderful time with the group. Absolutely wonderful guide- Brian. Truly sencire and good-hearthed person. So glad I did this tour. We got lucky with the weather. It was lovely... and so was Guinness :D

Thank kkrzysztof2107
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Laura B
13 June 2018|
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Response from Carree222 | Reviewed this property |
Those are the Dark Hedges used in the "Game of Thrones". Actually, as we crossed the road to walk among them, there was an equally beautiful picture just down the main road of looming trees. If you do this tour, we stopped... More
1 June 2018|
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Response from Krits25 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, there is a luggage space in the coach....so it's not a problem. The return time depends on the traffic ...we reached Dublin at 6:30pm....but it would be best to take the last flight out or an early morning one. The... More
3 May 2018|
Response from Kunjalss |
Hi, I am going to do the same on May28. Paddywagon said okay to our group for the same.