Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre, Liscannor

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From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher and Galway City Full-Day Trip

1. From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher and Galway City Full-Day Trip

Witness the dramatic features of the Cliffs of Moher and The Burren on a full-day guided tour of Ireland’s west coast from Dublin. Explore the vibrant city of Galway and enjoy a pub lunch in Doolin. Depart from Dublin and learn about the region from your guide as you go west. Arrive at the Cliffs of Moher and follow the cliff path to the edge for breathtaking views over the Atlantic. Breathe in the ocean wind and hear the waves crashing below you. Explore on your own for 1.5 hours. Get a bird's-eye view of the cliffs and see the underwater caves on a large multimedia screen at the interactive Visitor Centre. Continue to the charming village of Doolin for lunch in a local pub and spot the Aran Islands in the distance along the way. Stop at The Burren for 15 to 20 minutes and get photos of its otherworldly landscape. See rare orchids and admire views of the Baby Cliffs.  Then, explore the vibrant city of Galway, known for its strong tradition of Irish music, language, and dance. You will have around 1 hour to explore on your own. Finish your day with the scenic journey back to Dublin. Expect jolly commentary, anecdotes, and even some Irish music to keep you entertained on the road back to the capital.

From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher and Galway Full-Day Trip with Visitor Centre Entry

2. From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher and Galway Full-Day Trip with Visitor Centre Entry

Witness the dramatic features of the Cliffs of Moher and The Burren on a guided full-day tour of Ireland’s west coast from Dublin. Explore the vibrant city of Galway. Depart from Dublin and learn about the region from your guide as you go west. Arrive at the Cliffs of Moher and follow the cliff path to the edge for breathtaking views over the Atlantic. Breathe in the ocean wind and hear the waves crashing below. Go to the interactive Cliffs of Moher visitor center, where a large multimedia screen displays a bird's-eye view from the cliffs and the underwater caves. Then, stop at The Burren and get photos of its otherworldly landscape. Take in the mighty coastal views on the way to your next stop, the city of Galway. Discover the city's old-world charm on cobblestone streets and stroll through the city’s quaint streets full of music, shops, and typical Irish atmosphere. Finish your day with the journey back to Dublin.

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What people are saying about Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre, Liscannor

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 753 reviews

This was an incredible excursion! Perfect way to see the cliffs and more if you’re not traveling with a car. The Aran islands were cool, with stunning views and lovely locals offering tours. Seeing the cliffs from the bottom was an incredible perspective! And the top was just as impressive! Alan was a great tour guide, he was knowledgeable, and kept things interesting! Highly suggest this tour!

John was our driver/guide. He made the tour a true highlight of our trip. The Aran Island was a nice stop. The cliffs and the Burren are absolutely stunning. Sadly the “cruise” under the Cooffs was cancelled due to rough seas but that didn’t deter us from enjoying every minute of the day. Would definitely do this tour again!

Amazing your our guide John was exceptional full of history and humour would highly recommend this to travellers wanting to see the real Ireland BUT do not be put off with the man collecting the tickets, no sense of humour and grumpy, obviously not a happy Chappy

Fantastic tour. John the guide was excellent and very entertaining. We couldn't see the bottom of the Cliffs due to rough seas but we got extra time at the top. Truly exceptional!

A great day, with stunning views and moody Irish weather, which only enhanced the photographs...