Kerry Day Trip from Dublin
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On this activity you will have the opportunity to travel from Dublin to County Kerry, known for its wonderful natural scenery and charming villages. The tour will last approximately 14 hours, which will allow you to pass by some of the main tourist attractions in the region.
Some of these include Killarney National Park, the impressive Torc Waterfall or Muckross House, a traditional Irish country estate where you can learn about rural life in Ireland in the 19th century. Throughout the tour you will also be accompanied by an expert guide, who will provide you with a wealth of interesting facts about the history and culture of the Green Isle.
- Discover the wonders of County Kerry and its main tourist attractions, such as Killarney National Park and the Torc Waterfall.
- Learn about Ireland's history and culture from an expert guide
- Enjoy traditional Irish music and marvel at the region's natural beauty
- Excursion to County Kerry from Dublin
- Professional guide
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- On-board wifi connection
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Enjoy one of Ireland's most popular tours on this trip to County Kerry. The tour lasts approximately 14 hours, during which time you can enjoy the sights of the beautiful coastal roads from Dublin to Killarney National Park. Here you will have the opportunity to marvel at the Killarney Lakes and the stunning natural beauty of the region.
Along the way, you'll be able to admire Ireland's beautiful scenery, as well as some charming villages, including Adare, Aghadoe and Killarney .
You'll stop at the impressive Torc Waterfall, a natural spectacle of water and beauty that will delight travellers. You'll also visit Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farms, a gigantic estate with gardens and a traditional farmhouse that offers a glimpse of 19th century Irish rural life .
Continue along the Wild Atlantic Way to the Dingle Peninsula, where you can take in the spectacular views of Dingle Bay and Tralee Bay . One of the most popular stops is Inch Beach, a long beach, popular with surfers. At the end of the activity, you will be taken back to the original starting point,as it is a round trip.
Throughout the activity you will also be able to enjoy traditional Irish music, as local musicians will entertain you with songs and melodies typical of the country . All in all, a tour that will allow you to experience some of Ireland's most impressive natural and cultural wonders.
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