Paddywagon run one to ten-day tours all year and all over Ireland. The average tourist age is 18-40 but everyone is more than welcome. Honoured for their special contribution to the Irish Tourism Industry, the Paddywagon posse also runs a chain of fun-loving hostels throughout the island. So not only do you get to see the country and learn about its history, songs and customs but you also have somewhere to stay and relive the trip with like-minded travellers.
Complimentary tour pick ups are available from city centre registered hostels in Dublin on the morning of your departure. A light breakfast is included, leaving you to enjoy the tour and grab some extra morning kip. And a round-the-clock service deals with your queries, even when others are asleep.
The following tours depart from Paddy’s Palace, Dublin: Kilkenny Sample a pint of Kilkenny before appreciating the Norman castle and monastic city of St Kevin at Glendalough on your way home.
Belfast Get a Black Cab Tour and see the murals, then stop at Monasterboice on your way home.
Blarney Castle Kiss the Blarney stone and visit the fairy caves of the 12th Century McCarthy Fairytale Fortress.
The Cliffs of Moher Marvel at the majestic drop of these sheer Atlantic walls, and delve into the world famous Burren and Galway Bay (not literally).
The Giants Causeway & Derry Cross the shaky but safe Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and walk Derry's 16th Century city walls.
Plan your trips so that you have time to rest before your next adventure. Get to know the real Ireland with these hassle free, fun-packed tours designed by a team that really knows its stuff. For departure details and prices, and to book your seat, ring ahead.