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Luxury Shore Excursion: Cork Day Trip from Cobh including Kinsale and Blarney Castle
This small-group shore excursion from Cobh Cruise Terminal accommodates no more than 16 passengers on a luxury small van and allows for a particularly intimate day on shore. The tour begins with a pick-up from the cruise liner terminal in Cobh, Cork Harbour, where your driver will be waiting for you to drive you to Blarney Castle and Castles, where the admission is included. Take a panoramic drive through Cork City, where your guide will point out the highlights of the southern capital. In the afternoon visit Kinsale and have a quick tour around Cobh, known as the last departure point of Titanic.
Your driver will collect you from your ship at 8am or as soon as your ship docks if your ship is scheduled for disembarkation later than 8am. The tour begins with a visit to the famous Blarney Castle, where you can visit the castle and gardens. Explore the castle grounds, kiss the famous Blarney Stone to endow yourself with 'the gift of the gab' and enjoy the breathtaking view from the top.
From Blarney, you will experience a panoramic drive through Cork City where you can see some of the city’s highlights such as St. Finbarre’s Cathedral, Shandon Bells, English Historic Market and the Lee River. After your spectacular tour of Cork City, you will experience a drive through the wonderful Cork countryside. Enjoy typical views of the rolling fields of West Cork and also a stop overlooking picturesque Kinsale Harbour and its two forts, Charles Fort and James Fort.
The afternoon will bring you on a scenic drive towards Kinsale, a charming town famous as Ireland’s gourmet capital. This enchanting harbor town consists of beautiful streets, fine restaurants, excellent pubs and plenty more for you to see. Before returning to port, you will enjoy a quick overview of Cobh, famous for being the last departure point of Titanic. You will visit St. Coleman’s Cathedral where many Irish immigrants stopped before heading into an uncertain future during those troubled times.