Home > Baltic Tours > Ireland

Ireland Shore Excursions

Private Shore Trips offers Ireland shore trips which include English speaking guides and private vehicles. Our Ireland shore trips from Belfast visit the Giant's Causeway, St. Patrick's Cathedral and more. From Cork you can explore County Kerry, Blarney Castle and beyond. On a Dublin shore tour you can sample Guinness beer, explore the city or visit nearby castles and gardens. Contact us today for information or assistance with a large group private Ireland tour.

Select Ireland Tours by Port

  • Belfast

    Belfast Shore Excursions

    Private Shore Trips offers Belfast shore trips which include English speaking guides and private vehicles. Belfast shore excursion options include Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Mount Stewart House, St. Patrick's Cathedral and of course Belfast itself. Contact us today for information or assistance with a large group private Belfast tour.
  • Cobh - Cork

    Cobh / Cork Shore Excursions

    Private Shore Trips offers Cork shore trips which include English speaking guides and private vehicles. Cork shore excursion options include the beautiful County Kerry, Blarney Castle and of course Cork itself. Contact us today for information or assistance with a large group private Cork tour.

    The port of Cobh is Ireland's southern cruise port and is the main gateway to the city of Cork. Cobh is famous as the last port of call of the Titanic on its maiden voyage in 1912 and also the port where survivors returned.
  • Dublin

    Dublin Shore Excursions

    Private Shore Trips offers Dublin shore trips which include English speaking guides and private vehicles. Our Dublin shore excursions visit sites such as Trinity College and St. Patrick's Cathedral. We also offer the chance to taste local beer and whiskey or take day trips into the countryside. Contact us today for information or assistance with a large group private Dublin tour.

    The port of Dublin is Ireland's most popular port for cruise ships with almost 100 visiting each year. Small ships can navigate up the River Liffey close to the city center but larger ships berth in Alexandra Quay a couple miles from Dublin's town center.