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Dublin City: A short drive from our Dublin City location is the beautiful landscape of the Wicklow Mountains. Here you'll find Glendalough, an age old monastic settlement which dates back to the 5th century and whose ruins remain to this day. Powerscourt is one of the world’s great gardens which features many formal walks as well as the Palladian Mansion overlooked by the great Sugarloaf Mountain. The Wicklow Gaol offers interactive tours which tell the story of its prisoners who resided here since the 18th century.
Cork Airport: Blarney Castle - Visit one of Ireland's oldest castles, built over 600 years ago by Cormac MacCarthy, one of Ireland's greatest chieftains. The castle's main allure, other than the magnificent structure and beautiful gardens, is the Blarney Stone which is said to bestow the gift of eloquence on all who kiss it.
Navan: The Boyne Valley is home to over 3000 years of history with attractions that predate the Egyptian Pyramids and even Stonehenge. Expect to find burial tombs, monasteries, castles, and ancient fortifications where the High Kings of Ireland once ruled from. Newgrange, an ancient burial tomb, is the top attraction in the valley as it dates back to around 3200 BC and has been chosen as a World Heritage Site.
Waterford: Waterford is home to a host of attractions and history that stretch back to the city's formation in Viking times. The Viking Quarter in the city is a tranquil place, characterised by narrow streets, atmospheric public spaces and an array of cultural & heritage attractions. The Treasures Museums in the city cover every section of Ireland's first city's history featuring artefacts from times gone by.