Private Day Tour from Dublin to Newgrange & Hill of Tara
Private Day Tour from Dublin to the Boyne Valley, an area rich in heritage and history.
Places to visit include Brú na Bóinne UNESCO World Heritage Site (Newgrange, Knowth
The Hill of Slane where St. Patrick is said to have lit the first paschal fire,
The Hill of Tara, seat of the High Kings of Celtic Ireland, Monasterboice a Christian
settlement founded in the 5th century with a round tower and 10th century high crosses,
Bective Cistercian abbey on the River Boyne founded in 1147,
Trim Castle, the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland constructed in the late 12th Century by Hugh de Lacy,
Loughcrew, Fourknocks, Kells, St Ciarán's Holy Well and much more.
Suggested Boyne Valley Private Day Tour from Dublin
Pick up from your accommodation or cruise ship in the Dublin area.
Brú na Bóinne Visitors Centre and Newgrange.
Monasterboice - Early Christian site
with round tower and 10th century high crosses.
Discounted Prices apply when tours booked directly with Boyne Valley Tours. Lunch stop can be arranged, but cost not included in tour price.
Audi A6 Limousine for up to 4 passengers - Total Price €240 plus entrance fees.
Eight Seater Minivan from €260 (4 passengers) to €300 (8 passengers) plus entrance fees.
Lunch stop can be arranged, but cost not included in tour price.
Audi A6 Limousine for up to 4 passengers - Total Price €265 plus entrance fees.
Eight Seater Minivan from €290 (4 passengers) to €330 (8 passengers) plus entrance fees.
Newgrange Entry Fee - €6.00 per person (Senior €5, Student €3, Family €15).
Trim Castle Entry Fee - €4.00 per person (Senior €3, Student €2, Family €10).
No entry fee at Monasterboice, Hill of Tara or Bective Abbey.
Phone 087 8354805, International +353 87 8354805.
My husband and I were visiting Ireland with a cruise ship and decided to book a
private day tour with Michael for the Boyne Valley. We were interested mostly in
the archaeological sites of Newgrange and sorts but Michael suggested a more
comprehensive tour of the area. I don't know how we did it in one day but we
covered much more sites that we thought we could and from different time periods
which gave us a more thorough idea of the Boyne Valley.
All this was only possible thanks to Michael's recommendations and ample knowledge of the history and traditions of the Boyne Valley from the Stone Age sites like Newgrange and other passage tombs, to the most important celtic sites like the Hill of Tara or the hill were St. Patrick
proclaimed christianity for the Irish people. Michael was always ready to
accommodate us, flexible and not pushy at all. He was at the port right on time to pick us up and get back to the ship with plenty of time before departing. What else could we have asked for? The perfect day tour for one of the most amazing places in Ireland.