Top experiences / sites of particular interestThe Burren Along the beautiful West coast, The Burren is a vast expanse of limestone rock formations occupying over one hundred square miles. With historical traces of megalithic tombs, stone rows and ring forts, the Burren is immense andrich in Irish hertitage.
The Guinness Storehouse Visit the home of the world famous Guinness and explore the history and heritage of the iconic Irish brand. After the tour, kick back with a complimentary pint of ‘the black stuff’ in the Gravity bar enjoying panoramic views of Dublin city.
The Giants Causeway Situated along the North coast of Ireland, the geological masterpiece, The Giants Causeway, is an area of breathtaking beauty and tangible Irish heritage. Ireland’s first World Heritage site,the causeway is formed of roughly 40,000 basalt columns created by a volcanic eruption. These columns appear as stepping stones leading to the sea and Irish legend has it that Fionn mac Cumhaill built the causeway to walk to Scotland.