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Cahir Castle

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Cahir Castle

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Blarney Castle Day Tour from Dublin Including Rock of Cashel & Cork City
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Blarney Castle Day Tour from Dublin Including Rock of Cashel & Cork City

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Get a feel for the scenery and history of both County Tipperary and County Cork without the need to rent a car on this day trip from Dublin. Accompanied by a guide, visit the area's highlights, such as the Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle, the English Markets, and the Galtee Mountains, hearing commentary about each along the way. All entrance fees included for a hassle-free experience.
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hwalsh wrote a review Aug 2020
Boston, Massachusetts104 contributions112 helpful votes
The castle is exceptionally well preserved and lovingly maintained right down to the cannonball still embedded in the castle walls. We had a great tour with a guide who described everything in great detail then we were free to explore on our own. I enjoyed the well preserved dungeons for prisoners the best. I've been all over Europe and never seen such a well preserved dungeon area that was also very scary besides Dodge's palace in Venice. The main part of the castle was also worth a look. I did enjoy walking over the drawbridge. It was a very cool experience!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rhys E wrote a review Jan 2020
Watford, United Kingdom47 contributions15 helpful votes
Great castle and village to spend a few hours exploring. Really well maintained and helps to bring the medieval world alive.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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CazBUk wrote a review Dec 2019
Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom434 contributions175 helpful votes
We were staying in Cahir on our touring holiday in Ireland so we decided to visit the castle situated on an island in the middle of the river, in the town centre. The castle was definitely worth a visit: lots of rooms to explore, spiral staircases to climb, information panels to read, and pleasant grounds to relax in. There was also an audio- visual presentation, but this was not available when we were there.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Michells S wrote a review Dec 2019
Camden, Delaware197 contributions102 helpful votes
We basically had the castle to ourselves. I only wish our day tour could have allowed us more time. Beautiful setting!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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D D wrote a review Dec 2019
Ashford, Ireland38 contributions18 helpful votes
Anybody visiting this part of Ireland would do well to make sure they allowed about an hour to tour this castle. It is one of only a handful of rural castles in one piece that have been lovingly cared for and where a real attempt has been made to showcase their influence on history through a well planned exhibition. There is still work to be done but it is well worth the individual entrance of 5 euro (there are discounts for families etc)
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Date of experience: November 2019
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