Chauffeur Tours from Dublin
Tours are private to your party, so the pace and sites visited can be customised
even of the day of the tour. Enjoy your tour the way you want it and not the way
someone thinks it should be. Choose from the Skoda Superb Sedan
or the Mercedes MPV
for up to seven passengers.
For a good balance between driving and site seeing on a day tour we recommend the
which is just north of Dublin or
which is just south of Dublin.
The Boyne Valley
is the birthplace of Ireland's Ancient East and is home to a range of heritage sites including the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Brú na Bóinne (Newgrange and Knowth) as well as Ireland's largest Anglo-Norman castle at Trim.
is known as the Garden of Ireland featuring rolling mountains, hidden lakes and bogs. Follow the footsteps of Saint Kevin in Glendalough's 6th Century monastic site, experience the troubled times of the 1798 Rebellion in Wicklow Jail and wander through beautiful gardens at Powerscourt, Mount Usher and Kilmacurragh. Wicklow has the largest national park in Ireland and the highest waterfall at Powerscourt.
For sites further from Dublin such as the Ring of Kerry, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren, the Giant's Causeway, Connemara
and Galway or the Aran Islands we recommend an overnight stay. We will work with you to create a
Chauffeur Cruise Excursions
from the Cruise Ship Terminal at Dublin Port to Newgrange and the Boyne Valley,
the beautiful scenery of Wicklow, the Irish National Stud and the Japanese Gardens in Kildare.
"It was a really great day, and I sincerely look forward to doing it again. If you are looking for a day tour out of Dublin, I cannot recommend Michael Fox enough."
"I couldn't have been more pleased with the day I spent with Michael in the Boyne Valley."
"From the moment we met Michael just outside our hotel in Dublin, we were whisked away onto a magical adventure into Irish history. Michael was extremely knowledgeable, and tailored the day tour around our interests"
"Michael was an outstanding tour guide with a deep knowledge of the area and its history"