Blarney Day Tour from Dublin

Single Day Tour Starts in Dublin & Ends in Dublin

Tour highlights

Visit the Rock of Cashel and Ireland's most famous castle, Blarney Castle, where you can kiss the magical Blarney Stone and get the gift of the gab!



Depart Dublin

The tour will depart Dublin at 08:00 am, driving to Blarney in beautiful County Cork. You will pass through the Golden Vale, the most fertile lands in all of Europe with green fields as far as the eye can see. Enjoy panoramic views of the Galtee Mountains as the tour passes through County Tipperary.

Pick-up point

Paddy's Palace, Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin at 08:00am


Rock of Cashel

Your first stop will be at the world famous Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary. This is one of Ireland's most evocative sites and offers a chance to stroll in the footsteps of St. Patrick flanked by ruins, Celtic crosses, and round towers. 

The Rock of Cashel was the traditional seat of the Kings of Munster until they donated the complex to the Catholic Church almost 1,000 years ago for use as a cathedral. One of the best examples of medieval architecture anywhere in Europe.

Your entrance fee (€7.00) is included in the price of this tour


Cork City

Enjoy a 90-minutes leisure stop Cork city, Ireland's southern capital. Highlights include the famous English Market, a roofed food market and has been trading since 1788 and brings together the best in local produce. 

Also known as the Rebel City for its fierce resistance during the War of Independence, Cork has a vibrant Irish atmosphere. Perhaps sample a pint of Murphy's Irish stout or pick up a bottle of Paddy Flaherty Irish whiskey?


Blarney Castle

Famed in song and story, the Irish are famous for their "Blarney". Kiss the Blarney Stone and you too will receive this “gift of the gab”, seven years of eloquent speech! 

Situated on the battlements of Blarney Castle you will have to bend over backward to kiss the stone! Afterwards you have time to enjoy a stroll around the fabulous gardens of the Blarney Estate or maybe enjoy the beautiful lake walk.

The group will also visit the Witches Cave in the castle grounds, before having plenty of time to indulge in the tax-free shopping haven of the Blarney Woollen Mills and craft shop.

Your entrance fee (€13.00) is included in the price of this tour



The tour ends in Dublin at approx. 20:00, getting back to the city just in time for evening entertainment.

Tour operator

Like all the best journeys in life, Paddywagon Tours started in 1998 with the simple thought, “it’s time for something different.”

Setting out to bring choice, quality and value to all visitors to Ireland Paddywagon Tours have steadily become the nation’s leading tour outfitter over the past two decades, and are renowned for the quality of their vehicles, guides, range of routes and durations, 52-weeks a year.

Paddywagon Tours have evolved into one of Ireland’s most loved brands alongside Kerrygold, Guinness, U2 and Gerard Butler. These days, Paddywagon Tours welcome a broad demographic of guests from students to professionals, families to corporate executives and from the cast of Dallas to the Imperial Royal Family of Japan.

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What's included

Discover the highlights of Cork and Tipperary on this popular day tour from Dublin.

Visit the most famous castle in all of Ireland, Blarney Castle. Lay back and kiss the magical Blarney Stone and receive the gift of eloquent speech for seven years. Enjoy 90 minutes in Cork to see the highlights of the Southern Capital including the famous English Market, which is a roofed food market and has been trading since 1788. Also, experience the Rock of Cashel, a magnificent ruin overlooking the plains of Co. Tipperary.

What's included?

  • Transport 
  • Entry to the Rock of Cashel 
  • Entry to Blarney Castle