Tours During Congress Week

An attractive choice of guided tours has been prepared for delegates and accompanying persons. Below you will find the suggested schedules together with a short description. A professional English-speaking guide will accompany all tours. To reserve click here.

 

West Coast

Galway, Connemara and the Cliffs of Moher

Galway is a small bohemian city on the west coast. It is Ireland’s cultural capital, and hosts some of the country’s best arts and sports festivals. The Cliffs of Moher provide a spectacular attraction stretching for 8 km and rising 214 meters above the wild Atlantic. The Aran Islands and Connemara are rugged areas of natural beauty and charm. Lose yourself among majestic seascapes, ancient monuments and endless stone walls.

 

Northern Ireland

Belfast and The Giant’s Causeway

Discover the birth place of the Titanic, and experience the culture & politics of Belfast. Though synonymous with political conflict, the city has redefined itself to overcome a turbulent past.

Journey the winding roads of the Antrim coast to the Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; to the oldest distillery in the world at Bushmills, and to Dunluce Castle, dramatically sited on a headland dropping sheer to the sea.

 

Golf In Ireland

Our undulating, rich landscape and moderate climate provide the perfect canvas for some of the world’s finest golf courses.

Challenge yourself on a great links course.

The choices are endless, so polish your clubs and find your game!

 

Scenic Southwest

Killarney and the Ring of Kerry

The attractive town of Killarney is a focal point for visitors in this far corner of Ireland. Covering over 25,000 acres of enchanting mountains, woodland, lakes and gardens, the Killarney National Park provides an obvious trail of discovery in its glacial valley. It is breathtaking! The Ring of Kerry is a renowned Atlantic coastal route that embraces picturesque Irish villages, archaeological sites, and hidden beaches.

 

Dublin Jogging Tours

Visitors to Dublin can now enjoy our city’s sights and history and also have their daily dose of exercise whatever their fitness level. This is a unique sightseeing experience that takes the visitor on a jog through the city’s finest squares, stopping at its liveliest quarters, Ireland’s centre of political activity and where Dublin’s music and nightlife comes alive, and of course we will bring you to Dublin’s most iconic landmarks like St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, etc. The pace of each tour group is adapted to suit the clients requirements, suffice to say that we are never out to break records!
 
Our tours take place early in the morning before the city awakens or late in the afternoon in summer time. The tours start at €20 per person for a group of five people but we are delighted to offer a 10% discount in all our tours to all your Congress participants. Our groups have come from the USA, Canada, Germany, Norway, France and the UK, amongst others. To learn more about our tours please visit www.sightjoggingdublin.com.
 
We also organise walking tours where one can meet locals, participate in demonstrations and visit our iconic landmarks. Most of our city’s sights are situated in a small area and the best way to experience Dublin’s unique atmosphere and the Irish personality is on foot. If there is a group we can organize tours at the time that might suit the group best. You can learn more about us at www.sightwalkingdublin.com.