Mini van 340.84 eu pick up at Dublin airport return to Dublin City Center.
Tue Jun 10 8:00am - Sun Jun 15 9:00am
Euro 340.84 ( UK Â£ 242.00 US $ 473.77 ) DUBLIN AIRPORT: (staffed 06:00 - 23:00 GMT Daily) Tel: 353 1 8444199 Arrivals Hall, Dublin Airport. Directions to our Dublin Airport desk: Turn right when you come out of baggage reclaim. Pass all other car rental companies on your left. We are the last car rental company in the line. You will see the Irish Car Rentals sign over our desk.
The Facilities charge includes access to all public areas of the Visitor Centre building, all external areas of the Visitor Zone including the cliff pathways and platforms, vehicle parking and provision of first aid facilities and safety onsite. This charge also contributes toward the visitor management and conservation provided at the Cliffs of Moher.
ATLANTIC EDGE charge per head Adult: €4.00 Family(2 4): €11.95 Student/OAP: €3.50 Child(4-16): €2.50 Child(under 4): Free Group (10 ): €3.50 Trade Rates apply
Entry to the Atlantic Edge is based on a timed entry. Your ticket will show the entry time selected. Atlantic Edge is capacity controlled so please check early for availability on busy days.
Dunbrody Ship New Ross, Co. Wexford. The Dunbrody, a full scale reproduction of a 19th century famine ship, is an authentic replica of the three masted Barque built in Quebec in 1845. Board the Dunbrody and walk in the footsteps of famine emigrants on their journey of hope across the Atlantic Ocean. A computer database of ships passengers lists, records over 2 million individual passengers. Audio visual and interactive displays trace the amazing success stories of the Kennedy's, Henry Ford and Commodore Barry among others. Open: Daily April to Sept. 9:00am-6:00pm and Oct. to March 10:00am-5:00pm.
Duncannon Fort is a star shaped fortress on an important promontory in Waterford Harbour. It was built in 1558 in the expectation of an attack on the area by the Spanish Armada. The Fort is surrounded by a 30 ft high dry moat and has one of the oldest lighthouses of its kind in Ireland. All the major buildings in the Fort surround a parade ground. A walk around the outer ramparts afford spectacular views across the estuary to Co. Waterford and down to Hook Head. Located at a lower level than the moat is the croppy boy cell. After the 1798 rebellion, prisoners were detained here pending transfer to Geneva Barracks for trial and sentencing. An added attraction from 2002 is the Maritime Museum which charts the maritime history of one of the most dangerous coastlines in Ireland, the Wexford coast.
Opening Hours: June - September Daily 10am - 5.30pm Guided Tours Available: 10:30am - 12:30pm - 2:00pm - 3:00pm - 4:30pm Admission: Adults - €4.00 Children, Seniors - €2.00 Family Groups - €10.00
Tel: 051 389454. Fax: 051 389454.
Duncannon Fort is also home to a Cafe, Craft Shop, Artists Studio and the Cockleshell Art Centre,
Irish Whiskey / Giants Causeway
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Connoly Station Dublin 353 1 856 0045
Mon Jun 16 6:00am - Mon Jun 16 7:00pm
Booking confirmed: Total 436eu amex The details of your booking are the following: The Giant's Causeway Glens of Antrim and Wild Atlantic Coast A fascinating day out to the famed Antrim coast with its spectacular seascapes taking in the Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle and the old Bushmills Distillery. Rail travel Dublin - Belfast - Dublin by "Enterprise Express" (all admissions , transfers/tours included). Check in Dublin Connolly Station 07.15 (gate for platform 4). Please note, later return of train at 22.15.