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Guinness Gates, St. James Gate, Dublin. Ireland.
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Cliffs of Moher and the Burren

Visit Ireland’s remote and rugged west coast to see the Cliffs of Moher. This breathtaking journey will take you along part of the Wild Atlantic Way. The 700-foot high Cliffs is a sight to behold.

Explore the visitors centre and nearby Burren, a unique limestone landscape famous for its flourishing plant life 



World Famous Guinness Storehouse

A trip to Dublin is not complete without a visit to the St. James’s Gate Brewery. Learn all about the 1759 origins of the black velvet stout. Discover how the iconic, black and creamy stout is brewed. Then, finish your tour with a free pint of Guinness at the seventh-floor Gravity Bar and drink-in spectacular views over Dublin………Slainte



Game of Thrones

Journey through the rugged landscape of Northern Ireland for an unforgettable day visiting some of the main Game of Thrones filming locations. You’ll even have the chance to bring your dream of being a part of the series to life by dressing up as your favorite character 






Taste of Ireland

It is only recently that Ireland has become noticed as a destination of food-lovers. It is no coincidence that gourmet restaurants in Europe use Irish beef and lamb, simply because it is considered to be the best. The greatest culinary wealth of Ireland, comes from its shores and rivers. Salmon, trout, crab, lobster, oyster, mussels  and more are copious and of superb quality. You can taste it all by taking one of their food tours    
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