Day Trip to the Rock of Cashel and Blarney Castle Cork
This Group package day trip includes visits to some iconic historical landmarks in Tipperary and Cork located in the South of Ireland. It's the perfect day out for groups that want to discover the geography, history and mythology of this beautiful region of Ireland.
Included for your group on this day trip package is the following :
- Pick up from your accommodation in Dublin by coach
- An experienced English speaking driver/guide that will share with your group their insights as well as funny stories about the sites your group is going to see, making their day enjoyable and informative at the same time
- Entrance to the renowned Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle and Cahir Castle
Check out the itinerary timings for the day :
06:50 hrs: Depart from your Dublin accommodation
09:00 hrs: Rock of Cashel
11:30 hrs: Blarney Castle
15:30 hrs: Cahir Castle
19.15 hrs: Arrive back at your Dublin accommodation
After leaving Dublin, your group will head to the Rock of Cashel, also referred to as one of Ireland’s 7 Wonders. The Rock of Cashel is a spectacular complex of medieval buildings set on a hill in county Tipperary that was once the seat of the kings of Munster for hundreds of years. During their visit, your group will have a considerable amount of time to explore the Round Tower, the Cormack’s Chapel, the Cathedral and its Hall of Vicars, and the high crosses in the grounds around the buildings. We also recommend taking some time to enjoy the stunning views from the top of the hill.
After the Rock of Cashel, you will head to Blarney Castle in county Cork, an exquisite Scottish Baronial house built around 600 years ago with an outstanding view of the Blarney Lake. Your group will also have the opportunity to climb the 127 steps to the Blarney Stone which, according to the legend, gives the “gift of the gab” to everyone who kisses it. Be aware, this is only for visitors who are not afraid of heights!
On the way back to Dublin, your group will visit Cahir Castle, one of the largest castles in Ireland, which was once the fortress of the powerful Butler family. The castle is still well preserved and is located on an island in the river Suir.
Is your group also interested in modern Irish history ? Then we highly recommend a visit to Northern Ireland's Belfast City and its Titanic Experience
06.50 - 19.15 hrs
Notes for Group Leaders
Minimum of 30 people for this tour.
Outside your accommodation in Dublin. Please be ready 10 minutes before pick-up time.