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Dublin Tours & Vacation Packages


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Peep into the beauty of the places and enjoy experiencing new things. If you are wondering about the perfect destination to plan a vacation, then we have got you. Yep!! Dublin could be one of the best places that tourists love to explore.

Dublin is the largest city and the capital of Ireland. The city has covered enchanting Georgian architecture, eclectic nightlife, silent lakes, majestic...


Day 1

Commence Your Dublin Vacation

  • Airport to Dublin City Hotel
  • Stay Included

From the Airport, we will pick you up and drive straight to your accommodation in the city, i.e., Cassidys Hotel. You can relax back at the hotel or hop out of the hotel to explore the eminent city attractions on your own.

Cassidys Hotel, located in Dublin 1, occupies a prime location in the heart of Dublin's city center, directly across from the renowned Gate Theatre on Upper O'Connell Street. This convenient location places it within easy reach of all that Dublin has to offer. Guests at Cassidys Hotel will find themselves just a short walk away from Dublin's popular shopping districts and museums. The hotel is part of the city's historic Georgian terraces, situated on Parnell Square, offering a blend of comfortable accommodation and easy access to Dublin's cultural and commercial attractions.

Day 2

Hop on and Off the Bus Tour of Dublin

  • Breakfast

Our Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour offers an immersive experience of Dublin's rich history and vibrant culture. With 26 well-placed stops near Dublin's top attractions, you have the flexibility to hop off at any point. Explore places like Dublin Zoo, the iconic Book of Kells at Trinity College, or the Guinness Storehouse. Our knowledgeable guides will share stories about renowned Dubliners such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and Samuel Beckett, shedding light on their lives and haunts.

Further, the route will take you through Dublin's Docklands and features 9 stops. You can discover attractions like The National Convention Centre, The Bord Gais Energy Theatre, and The Jeanie Johnston Famine Memorial ship. At Stop 7, you even have the option to embark on a Dublin Bay Cruise.

During your journey, our Failte Ireland-trained drivers, all proud Dubliners, will provide live commentary, combining knowledge and entertainment to enhance your Dublin experience. Explore the city at your own pace and make the most of your visit with our Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour.

Day 3

A Day Named to Cliffs of Moher

  • Breakfast

Make your way to the meeting point on Suffolk Street, located near the Old Stone Church and the iconic Molly Malone Statue. Ensure you arrive at least 10-15 minutes ahead of the scheduled tour start time. Upon arrival, hop aboard our tour bus and meet fellow adventurers eager to explore one of Ireland's Seven Wonders: The Cliffs Of Moher.

Throughout the journey, we will provide insights into the local flora, fauna, and the captivating history associated with the Cliffs of Moher and its surroundings. This day trip promises a unique experience, as the site's appearance varies daily due to the ever-changing Irish weather. It's an opportunity not to be missed when holidaying in Ireland.

Following a breathtaking stroll along the cliffs, we will venture to the Burren, a remarkable limestone/karst region of Ireland. Here, you can navigate the unique landscape characterized by "klints and grikes" and witness the extraordinary flora and fauna that thrive in this distinctive ecosystem.

Lunch can be enjoyed in the picturesque village of Doolin or at the cliffs (expenses on your own account), depending on the weather conditions. After lunch, our journey continues along the coastline, making stops at locations of exceptional beauty and historical significance. We'll travel alongside Galway Bay and pause for a photo opportunity at Corcomroe Abbey.

Our last stop will be the charming harbour village of Kinvara before we head back to Dublin, concluding this memorable adventure.

Day 4

Back to Home

  • Dublin City Hotel to Dublin Airport

We have reached the end of the amazing vacation.

Have your breakfast at the hotel, and enjoy a couple of hours in the city before leaving for the Airport. We will drive you to the Airport to help you catch the flight as per the expected departure time.

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  • Transfer
  • Stay Included
  • Breakfast as per Itinerary
  • Hop on and Off Bus Tour of Dublin’s prominent landmarks
  • Full-Day Tour to Cliffs of Moher


Day 1-2-3

County Dublin

Cassidys Hotel

Transfer Facility (To and From) Airport

Accommodation at Cassidys Hotel: 3 Nights/4 Days

Hop on and Off Bus Tour of Dublin’s prominent landmarks

Full-Day Tour to Cliffs of Moher

Daily Breakfast (Excluding Day 1)

Travel Insurance

Airfare and Airfare Taxes

Meals and Beverages (Not Mentioned)


Items having Personal Nature

Visa Fees (As per Conditions)

Hotel included in package:

Starting from:

$1000 $1200

per adult on twin sharing

Destination covered


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Dublin Package for 3 nights and 4 days : Frequently asked questions

The Friendly people, eminent landmarks, and pristine beauty, all together makes it a perfect destination for tourists to explore.

A couple of the fine items you can buy from this charming city includes, Irish Tea, Aran Sweater, Pottery, Craft Items, Chocolates, Musical Instruments, and Jewelery.

No, having travel insurance isn't restricted at all. However, you can add a protection shield by buying travel insurance.

Yes, travelers are free to modify/customize their vacation package as per their preferences or interests.

Dublin offers plenty of outdoor activities, the major ones being kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking.

Yes, based on the studies and research done, it has been figured that Dublin is a safe destination, even for solo travelers.

Yes, the city has well-connected and seamless public transportation facilities. Buses, DART, LUAS, and train networks are some general modes of transport available in Dublin.

Yes, definitely you can. The only exemption here is that only coins are accepted. This clearly means that notes are declined at the time of paying bus fare in Dublin.