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Kilkenny City and Glendalough Day Trip from Dublin
"After setting off from central Dublin your first stop on the Kilkenny City and Glendalough Day Trip will be the 12th century Kilkenny Castle - a beautiful Anglo-Norman castle that stands on the banks of the River Nore. You’ll have time to explore Kilkenny Castle’s beautiful gardens before ambling into the city for lunch (available for an additional cost) and a stroll around its picturesque cobbled streets. Kilkenny City has a rich heritage of cathedrals Tudor houses and monasteries and you'll gain a sense of its medieval history as you walk around. Before leaving the city you'll see the St Francis Abbey Brewery
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Waterford Crystal and Kilkenny Rail Trip from Dublin
"Meet your guide in Dublin’s Heuston Station in early morning and set off on a scenic rail journey to Kilkenny. Often hailed as the most attractive city in Ireland Kilkenny is famous for its postcard-perfect medieval looks and its historical cathedrals abbeys and castles.Stroll around the cobbled streets and get an overview of the city’s history and top sights. Afterward you'll enjoy free time during which you might choose to pop into the renowned Kilkenny Design Centre which stocks Irish fashion and handcrafts or pay an entrance fee to visit Kilkenny Castle
From EUR109.00
 
Smithwick's Experience Kilkenny Entrance Ticket
"Make your own way to Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny roughly 1.5 hours from Dublin by car at a time suited to you. Located in an old Victorian brewing building in Kilkenny City the Smithwick’s Experience offers a fully interactive multi-sensory journey through Smithwick’s history.On arrival join one of the guided tours — which run every 30 minutes and last approximately an hour — and trace the evolution of Ireland’s oldest beer brand from its medieval origins right up to present day.Holograms
From EUR12.00

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Carlow Town

Carlow Town is the capital of County Carlow and this town has the name of being the Celtic Centre of Ireland. Carlow was a Gaelic stronghold, long before it was a Viking and Norman settlement.
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Browne's Hill Dolmen

Brownshill Dolmen is a megalithic tomb that is rumoured to have the largest capstone in Europe...100 metric tons.The site was never excavated but is believed to be the burial place of a local king....
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Carlow Castle

carlow castle is an interesting ruin located in central carlow. it was built by william de marshal and the lord of leinster between 1207 and 1213. this castle withstood an attack by cromwell in 1650....
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