Be a Viking for a day and let the Viking guides tell you about the city centre sights and they might even teach you the Viking Roar! See Dublin by land and water in reconditioned World War II vintage amphibious military vehicles and is an adventure for whole the family.
The GhostBus Tour will introduce you to the dark romance of a city of gaslight ghosts and chilling legends. The bus itself is a unique attraction, it is a mobile theatre decorated in the gothic style and features a live storyteller who takes you on a spellbinding trip through Dublin.
Dublin Tour - North Coast & Castle
The North Coast & castle tour takes in Dublin's northern coastline, visiting Malahide Castle and the town of Malahide and travels past magnificent coastal scenery to the picturesque fishing village of Howth, crossing the nearby summit of Howth Head where you will have a panoramic view of Dublin Bay.
Dublin Tour - South Coast & Gardens
The South Coast 7 Gardens tour will sweep along the Dublin Bay, past Dun Laoghaire's elegant promenade and yacht-filled harbour, to James Joyce's Tower at Sandycove with unmissable sea views.
Turning inland, the tour climbs into the beautiful Wicklow Mountains and continues through the enchanting old-world village of Enniskerry to Powerscourt House & Gardens.
Discover the beauty of Wicklow’s Glencree Valley and view spectacular scenery of the Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough is one of the most important sites of monastic ruins in Ireland. Glendalough in the Wicklow Mountains is a monastic settlement, one of the most historically significant villages in the whole of Ireland. It was also the home of St Brendan, debatably the first European to sail to what we now call North America.