Whether it’s Irish Castle’s, Historic Cathedral’s or Beautiful Landscapes this 3 day tour has it all. We take you on an East of Ireland tour among breath taking beauty in Co. Wicklow, spectacular castle’s and ancient burial sites in Co. Meath and around the iconic sites of Irelands capital city of Dublin.


Private guided tour
Type of transportation: private luxury vehicle
Starts in: Dublin
Ends in: Dublin


    • Dublin City
    • Book of Kells
    • Croke Park Museum
    • St. Patricks Cathedral
    • Guinness Storehouse


    You will visit Croke Park Museum and get an insight into our national games of Gaelic Football and Hurling. View the the world-famous Book of Kells at Trinity College. We visit the renown St. Patricks Cathedral Irelands largest Cathedral. Tour the magical Guinness Storehouse and sample a pint of the black stuff from the rooftop Gravity Bar.



    • Powerscourt House
    • Powerscourt Waterfall
    • Glendalough
    • Wicklow Mountains
    • Guinness Lake
    • Johnnie Fox’s Pub


    We take you to the beautiful scenic ‘Garden of Ireland’ in county Wicklow and to the fabulous Powerscourt House and Gardens one of the world’s finest garden’s. We visit Ireland’s highest waterfall before heading onto the historic Glendalough. Dating back to the 6th century be inspired by its soaring round tower and glacial valley’s. We drive through the Wicklow Mountains with a photo stop at the picturesque ‘Guinness Lake’. Enjoy ‘a tipple’ at Johnnie Foxes Ireland’s highest pub before your return to Dublin City.



    • Newgrange Monument
    • Battle of the Boyne
    • Monasterboice Round Tower
    • Slane Castle
    • Slane Village
    • Hill of Tara


    You will go on an Ancient East Experience where you will go back in time to a land that dates older than the pyramids. Newgrange Stone Age Monument is a UNESCO World Heritage Site dated 3200BC. We visit the scene of the Battle of the Boyne, the Celtic High Crosses and Round Tower of Monasterboice, the charming Slane Village and Slane Castle and finish at the Hill of Tara once claimed to be the most important religious and political power in its day.