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Things to do in Ireland The choice is yours

The choice of attractions for private tours of Ireland is vast... Ancient monuments that are older than the Egyptian pyramids, breathtaking Atlantic coastal scenery, a real old pint-serving Irish pub in the heart of Dublin city, the Blarney Stone... are just a sample of the things to do in Ireland. No matter your preference, we are ready to craft a custom tour from your chosen destinations — at a pace that suits you.

Quick Attractions List

  1. Cliffs of Moher
  2. Guinness Storehouse
  3. EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum
  4. The Giant's Causeway
  5. Skellig Michael
  6. Ring Of Kerry
  7. Blarney Castle
  8. Newgrange
  9. The Rock of Cashel
  10. Aran Islands
  11. Bunratty Castle and Folk Park
  12. Dublin Castle
  13. Kylemore Abbey
  14. Kilkenny Castle
  15. Glendalough
  16. Kilmainham Gaol
  17. Killarney Lakes
  18. Dingle
  19. Malahide Castle
  20. The Burren
  21. Jameson Distillery Midleton
  22. Powerscourt Estate
  23. Hill of Tara
  24. Slieve League Cliffs
  25. Titanic Belfast
  26. Trim Castle
  27. Gap Of Dunloe
  28. Charles Fort
  29. Clonmacnoise

Choosing Things To Do In Ireland

Choosing what to see and do in Ireland can be challenging. With so many world-class attractions to choose from it can be difficult to know where to start. But worry not, we are here to guide you. Our team of highly experienced tour designers is ready to craft your perfect tour. We have compiled a list of the top 30 most popular attractions below to get you started.

Top 30 Ireland Attractions

Cliffs of Moher Irish tours attraction

Cliffs of Moher

The views will not disappoint at this most popular tourist attraction.

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Guinness Storehouse in Dublin Ireland

Guinness Storehouse

Learn all about the famous drink whose heritage is a story of Ireland itself.

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Epic, The Irish Emigration Museum

EPIC: Emigration Museum

Trace the fascinating history of Irish emigration through the ages.

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The Giants Causeway, pictured on a tour of Northern Ireland

The Giant's Causeway

40,000 basalt columns make up this UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Skellig Michael Island off the Coast of Kerry on a blue sky day.

Skellig Michael

The famous Skellig islands, located off the Coast of Kerry feature an ancient monastery.

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Caherdaniel on the Ring of Kerry

Ring Of Kerry

Embrace the beauty around every corner of this famous driving route.

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Blarney Castle in Ireland

Blarney Castle

This 600-year-old Irish castle is famed for its legendary kissing stone.

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Newgrange, County Meath

Newgrange

The chamber and passage are perfectly aligned with the Winter Solstice.

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Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary

The Rock of Cashel

A remarkably well-preserved fortress, that has stood for a millennium.

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Aran Island Ferry, off the Irish West Coast

Aran Islands Ferry

Set sail across the wild Atlantic, to a land that time forgot.

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Bunratty Castle near shannon in County Clare

Bunratty Castle

This 15th century tower house is famous the world over for its medieval feasts.

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Dublin Castle and garden on a blue sky day

Dublin Castle

Dating as far back as 1204, Dublin Castle is an integral part of Irish History

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Kylemore Abbey in Connemara

Kylemore Abbey

One of Ireland's most romantic and aesthetically pleasing buildings.

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Kilkenny Castle

Kilkenny Castle

Originally a wooden defence tower, constructed by Strongbow in 1195.

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Glendalough monastic site seen on our Ireland Tours

Glendalough

At this ancient monastic site, walk the landscapes of Irish folklore.

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Killarney Lakes

Killarney Lakes

Found on the majestic lands of Killarney National Park in County Kerry.

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Dingle Peninsula

Dingle

A quaint fishing village with a lot of character and a friendly dolphin.

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Malahide Castle in county Dublin

Malahide Castle

Located in North County Dublin is the beautiful Malahide Castle & Gardens.

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The Burren Irish Landscape

The Burren

The Burren takes its name from the Gaelic for "rocky land" or "great rock".

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An aerial view of Kilmainham Gaol in the summer.

Kilmainham Gaol

Truly a must-see location, steeped in Irish history and folklore.

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Jameson Distillery, visited on Ireland Tours

Jameson Distillery

Home to the original Irish whiskey, fascinating for non-drinkers too.

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Powerscourt Garden and House on Powerscourt Estate county Wicklow.

Powerscourt Estate

A noteworthy old-world country estate with accompanying gardens and waterfall.

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The Hill of Tara

Hill of Tara

Formerly the seat of the High King of Ireland.

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Slieve League Cliffs County Donegal

Slieve League Cliffs

A place of Christian pilgrimage & one of Europe's highest sea-facing cliffs.

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Titanic Exhibition, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Titanic Belfast

Acting as a memorial of the ill-fated ship and a symbol of Belfast's past.

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Trim Castle, County Meath

Trim Castle

Trim Castle, in County Meath, is the largest Norman castle in Ireland.

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The Gap of Dunloe with an old bridge and walkers.

Gap Of Dunloe

Stunning Kerry mountain scenery will greet you on a walk in the Gap of Dunloe.

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Charles Fort, Kinsale, Ireland

Charles Fort

Built by Charles II in the 1670s as a defence against foreign attacks.

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Clonmacnoise ruins

Clonmacnoise

Religious artefacts and ruins found on the banks of the River Shannon.

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Spike Island Prison and fortress in Cork Harbour

Spike Island

Discover the infamous Island in Cork harbour once known as 'Ireland's Hell'.

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Killary Fjord

Killary Fjord

Feel the dramatic sweep of the landscape along Ireland's only fjord.

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Ireland Tourist Attractions Map

Below, you will find a comprehensive Ireland tourist attractions map. This map details all the top attractions and destinations on the island of Ireland. The map includes; Natural Beauty (Green), Natural Parks (Dark Brown), Castles and Monuments (Navy), Villages and Towns (Pink), Religious Sites (Cyan), Cultural Sites (Orange), Castle Hotels (Blue) and Distilleries and Breweries (Brown).

Driving Distances In Ireland

When booking a private tour, one of the most important things to consider is the distance between your destinations. With this in mind, we have created a map to show the driving times in Ireland.

Driving times in Ireland are relatively short, for instance, it takes only 3 hours to cross the country, and about eight hours to drive from top to bottom. This means a road-based tour is an ideal way of seeing all that Ireland has to offer.

If you are unsure of how to proceed; don't worry, we are experts at creating tours that minimise driving time and maximise time at the attractions. We can advise you on the best route for your specific tour.

Driving Distances In Ireland Map

Driving distances in ireland map - Map of driving distances in ireland and driving times in ireland