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Private Guide in Dublin - Michael Fox

(Member Since 2014) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Dublin Languages: English

Private Day Tours of the Boyne Valley, County Meath, rich in heritage and history. Visit the heritage capital of Ireland as your personal driver brings you from one location to the other to stroll around at your ease.

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Private Guide in Dublin - Geoffrey Yorke

(Member Since 2012) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Galway, Dublin Languages: English

Tour guide since 2009. I have been conducting all Ireland tours from Dublin and the midlands for the past three years, and have built up an extensive knowledge of many of Ireland's hidden and not so hidden treasures I specialize in all sorts of tours, from Dublin and Belfast city walking tours to to cultural and historical attractions throughout Ireland .

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Private Guide in Dublin - Joyce Byrne

(Member Since 2006) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Dublin, Shannon Languages: English

Walking and hiking tours in Ireland with Joyce's Ireland - the best hiking vacations in Ireland! Welcome to the Ireland of my dreams and, I hope, yours. I started running these tours in the Summer of 1995 and I quickly realised that this was the best decision I'd ever made. I have managed to convert what is essentially a passionate hobby into a small, well-run business.

Private guides in Ireland


Capital: Dublin
Language: English
Currency: Euro (EUR)


Ireland is an island north of Great Britain, separated from the larger country by the Irish Sea. It is divided into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, which remains part of the United Kingdom. Ireland is known for its Gaelic heritage and literary and musical culture. The climate is mild and moist, with abundant rainfall.

There are many interesting places to visit during a trip to Ireland. Several natural phenomenons have been included as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim, the Skellig Michael in County Kerry, and Bru na Boinne, a megalithic site of standing stones and prehistoric chamber tombs in County Meath. 

Some of Ireland’s most popular attractions are found in Dublin, such as the Guinness Storehouse. Blarney Castle, Holy Cross Abbey, Bunratty Castle and the Cliffs of Moher are some of the country’s must –see landmarks. Visitors also head to the Aran Islands, Achill Island, the Lakes of Killaerney and the Dinge Peninsula for holidays in the beautiful green countryside of Ireland.

One of the world’s highest sea cliffs, Croaghaun, looms over a Blue Flag beach, one of five in Ireland that attract surfers to ride the waves.  Whales and dolphins are a common sight off the shores of Ireland, and so are sea turtles and seals. There are no snakes in Ireland.

Questions about Ireland
I have read about the many things to do in Ireland but I am stumped as to what things I should do and where I should definitely go before I return home. If you had to create a list of the top 3-5 things to do in Ireland, what would they be? I am open to all sorts of activities.
Eric Walters
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