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Our Services for Tourists

Dear Readers! As you may have noticed, we specialize in helping people receive an education in Ireland. But, of course, whatever your reason for coming to Ireland is, you will still want to see all the attractions of Ireland.

In order to make your trip to Ireland more productive, we offer you our help with these trips. Our ‘Services for Tourists’ package only gives a basic idea of the services that we offer. In each case, the services and the price for them may vary.

Basically, we offer day trips that begin and end in Dublin. Typically, the starting point and the final destination of the trip is the hotel that you are staying in. The duration of the trip changes depending on the time of year and the weather. From autumn to spring, the duration of the trip is within 7 - 8 hours, and from spring to autumn, it is about 8 - 9 hours.

Accordingly, the payment in the autumn, winter and spring will be about €100, and from late spring to mid-autumn it is about €120. For a comfortable trip and for everyone’s mutual benefit, the number of travellers should not exceed 3 people. You can, of course, travel with just one other person, or even by yourself, but then the price would be the same if you decide to travel on a tour bus.

And now, a few words on possible travel routes. In the summer, we offer an exciting trip along the East Coast of Ireland to the border of Northern Ireland, with a visit to the town of Carlingford and it’s "Magic Hill."

Another one of the interesting routes is a visit to the Newgrange Neolithic structures, Knowth and the settlement of ancient Irish Kings, the Hill of Tara.

In the summer, we can take you on a 200 kilometre long journey from Dublin. This route will include a visit to Co. Tipperary where you will find the magnificent Cahir Castle, the ancient Rock of Cashel, the beautiful Swiss Cottage and the breathtaking Mitchelstown cave. However, such a trip will cost you €165.

Our shorter routes are also very interesting. For example, we suggest a trip to the Wicklow National Park along with a visit to Powerscourt Gardens, the monastic settlement of Glendalough and the highest waterfall in Ireland, Powerscourt Waterfall.

Another very interesting route is the one that includes a visit to the Howth peninsula, Ardgillan Castle and Malahide. This route is available at any time of the year.

We even offer a route that takes you around Dublin, visiting all of its most famous sites, for example, Phoenix Park and Dublin Zoo.

If you would like to alter one of the routes we already made you can do just that and make an individual route for yourself; obviously, the cost will vary depending on the route you choose. The decision rests with you so good luck with your trip around Ireland!

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