A full day's Excursion out of Dublin with a Private Guide
Journey north of the historic city of Dublin along the coastline in the company of an expert on Irish History to the 800 year old castle of Malahide that was home of the Talbot family until 1979 with all its contents still there. After going inside the castle visit the exceptional gardens which are full of botanical rarities.
Following a visit to the castle you will move on to the picturesque fishing village of Howth with its many fish restaurants (other options are available for non fish eaters) for lunch, after which we can then travel over Howth Head with its panoramic views and cliff walks along Dublin Bay towards the city.
You will be picked up from your cruise ship or hotel or a venue suitable to you in Dublin and dropped back at the end to your chosen venue.
In between you will visit:
- Malahide Castle and Gardens,
- The North Dublin Coast with its beautiful beaches,
- Howth Village with its numerous restaurants for lunch
- Howth Head with its great views over Dublin Bay and its many cliff walks for you to explore on foot if you are feeling energetic.
This tour can be altered to return to the city early and visit some historic sites or shop if desired.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at your hotel cruise ship or another location suitable to you.
End location: I will return you to your hotel cruise ship or another location suitable to you.
Duration: 7 hours
Air conditioned Mercedes Limousine.
If you have more then 5 people, I can arrange a larger vehicle for bigger groups, provided enough notice is given. Please contact me for the details.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 Euro - Lunch and Entrance Fees
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.
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John was most knowledgeable about Malahide estate and gardens. Our group of 5 enjoyed our tour... and he was flexible in allowing us to make a few stops because we were in our time frame arranged for the tour. We learned a lot of information about Ireland and the city of Dublin. Thank you John.