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Small-Group Castles and Celtic History Tour from Dublin: Newgrange, Trim Castle

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Boyne Valley Hotel & Country Club, Dublin

This tour includes your entrance Fee into Newgrange Monument and Bru Na Boinne. We are the only tour company in Ireland that will visit both the Newgrange Monument and Trim Castle on their day tour... the two most important sites in the Boyne Valley. We use small minibuses with max capacity of 16 people so you can enjoy the tour better. This tour is a shared-group experience with fully qualified and enthusiastic guides.

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Newgrange and Hill of Tara Private Guided Tour from Dublin

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Boyne Valley Hotel & Country Club, Dublin

Learn all about Irelands heritage on this 6 hour long private guided tour from Dublin. You will visit the Neolithic tombs of Newgrange and get to explore the The Hill of Tara in its home of Boyne Valley. You'll have a friendly and experienced guide who'll accompany you along the way. On the way home you may get to stop of at Howth village for a bite to eat. Howth is a beautiful fishing village dating back as far as 819 when Norse Vikings first invaded the bay. Please note the above is an example of what might be achieved during the days activities. Your guide will go through everything with you before you start.

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The Mystical Hill of Tara: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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Boyne Valley Hotel & Country Club, Dublin

The Hill of Tara was the famous seat of the High Kings of Ireland. On this self-guided GPS walking tour, you’ll discover why Tara was and still is an important spiritual center. My story brings you all the way from the arrival of the first farmers in the Boyne Valley through to the dawn of Christianity. We’ll explore the essence of Celtic spirituality and peer through a window into Ireland’s Iron Age, a time of druids, saints and kings. You can look forward to: • One of the oldest Stone Age passage tombs in Ireland and other archaeological discoveries at the Hill of Tara. • Portals to the otherworld of the fairies and other folk traditions associated with Tara. • Testing your courage – and your stomach – against the trials of being a king in ancient Ireland and the unsavory practices associated with kingship here at the Hill of Tara And if you’d like to take part in an Irish tradition then please bring a piece of degradable cloth with you on this walk. All will be revealed!

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Private Ireland Tour Boutique and Fun in Style

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Boyne Valley Hotel & Country Club, Dublin

We are 'Ireland - At your Leisure'. What makes us different from other Irish tour agents, is that we want you to stay here at our farm and we will chauffeur you to all the places in Ireland you want to go. We also organize day tours please see below. Richard is an exceptional tour guide with years of experience. We are ideally and centrally situated in The Boyne Valley (one hour from Dublin). This means we can easily reach most of the world famous sights in Ireland as well as lesser known but no less impressive ones, in a leisurely day tour. From the moment we collect you, your Irish holiday tour begins, at your leisure.

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Loughcrew Megalithic Walking Tour in Oldcastle

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Boyne Valley Hotel & Country Club, Dublin

On your visit to Ireland make sure to visit its best kept secret, Loughcrew's Ancient Passage Tombs, on this small-group walking tour. These passage tombs are over 5,000 years old, predate Newgrange and located just one hour from Dublin. Your 1.5-hour tour will begin at Loughcrew Megalithic Centre in Oldcastle, where you will visit the traditional Irish home of Maggie Heaney. Next you will walk to the highest point in the Boyne Valley giving you spectacular views over Ireland's Ancient East. Learn why our stone age ancestors built these extraordinary structures, hear the legend of the Cailleach (Witch), sit on her throne and enter the chamber of passage tomb ''Cairn T''. See the path the rising sun takes on the mornings of the Equinox. To finish you will make your journey back to Loughcrew Megalithic Centre for a well-deserved coffee and a scone. 

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