Historic Newgrange Monument, Celtic High Crosses, Slane Castle & Hill of Tara
Our Ancient East Tour brings you to what tourists call the "dawn of civilization".
We transport you into the prehistoric age of the world famous Newgrange monument in the Boyne Valley where you walk among tombs predating the Pyramids of Giza. Travel safely and comfortably into early Christian Ireland, among the breathtaking beauty and serenity of the world-renowned tourist destinations including Monasterboice, the charming Slane Village and Castle and legendary Battle of the Boyne. Wander through 5, 000 years of history in an exploration of land once walked by kings, knights, and Vikings at the Hill of Tara.
Dublin - Newgrange: We will pick you up from your location and journey to the site of the 5, 200-year-old constructed passage tomb of Newgrange, a Stone Age (Neolithic) monument in the Boyne Valley in Co. Meath.
Newgrange - Monasterboice: Travel into the land of ancient monastic settlements with a visit to Monasterboice complete with it's impressive 100ft Irish Round Tower and 3 Celtic Crosses.
Monasterboice - Drogheda: Lunch will be served in one of Drogheda's finest restaurants.
Battle of the Boyne - Slane Village: One of the most legendary Irish skirmishes in history was the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. It's commemorated today with Living History displays at the Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre.
Slane Castle - Hill of Tara: We visit Slane Village and the stunning 18th century Slane Castle (private tour is optional). From here you will visit the seat of the High Kings of Ireland at the impressive Hill of Tara. Once claimed to be the most important centre for religious and political power in its day.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel or other accommodation, Airport, Cruise Ship Port.
End location: Hotel or other accommodation, Airport, Cruise Ship Port.
Duration: 8 hours
Private fresh BMW 5 Series vehicle. Complete with leather seating and air conditioning.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Euro - Admission Fees and Lunch.
Published Tours max to 3 persons.