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Our driver, Bryan (from Paddywagon) led us on this tour. The castle itself, is pretty cool. So much history within the walls. He was able to get us to the castle and queued up before many other tours arrived, which made the tour that much better not having to fight huge crowds. And kissing the Blarney stone, what a production! Lots of photo ops, plenty of time to explore and soak in the ambiance. The 2d half of the tour in Cobh (pronounced "Cove") was equally intriguing. This port city is just outside of Cork, the main city in the south. Cobh was the last port of call for the Titanic and there is an interactive exhibit (Separate entry fee) related to the ship. There is much history in the town as well, as this deepwater port also hosts the Irish navy's southern fleet. It is a very colorful, if small, town area that displays a small town Irish vibe replete with several good pubs in which to grab pint and have a very tasty and filling meal.

Blarney and Cobh Tour from Cork Reviewed by Malcolm, 13/09/2019

Looking for an adventure? Here you go! Great stuff !!!

Paddywagon is the best for doing this tour ! I had so much fun with the other people. There were all age groups but a big bunch of young people as well which I really appreciated. The hostels aren't breathtaking but that is called backpacking so don't expect too much!!! For me it was ok anyway and I thought I would be way more picky. Not all things are all inclusive, had to pay a fee for quite a few things but it was worth it. We saw a lot of this Ireland and that much beautiful places! The nights were awesome too, lot of great parties and and amazing pub nights ! For those who don't like parties, don't worry, there is always the chill-out-opportunity. Loved it ! Really would tell you to go if you look for an adventure !!

Best of Ireland 6-Day Backpackers Economy Tour Reviewed by Valentina, 06/06/2016

This tour was great! This isn't a tour you would take if you're looking for a guided tour of Cobh or Blarney. Rather, you take it if you want free time to walk around both areas. I felt I had ample time to full explore each area and would highly recommend this to anyone looking to visit these beautiful places! We also had the choice at the end to either go to the Fota Wildlife Conservation Park or to the Jameson Distillery. I chose the Wildlife Park (I was the only one!) and I LOVED IT! Even in the rain, I had so much fun. You have two hours at each stop. Also, Jim, our guide, was so knowledgeable and even though it wasn't an actual tour, I learned a lot from him!

Blarney and Cobh Tour from Cork Reviewed by Danielle, 03/08/2019

Really nice tour but no guide in particular. Mostly being dropped or at the different places which is totally fine with me. The driver was excellent and said all kinds of different trivia along the way. Blarney Stone and the gardens was great, he even drove us there quicker so we could avoid all the big queues Would definitely recommend, not expensive and the ticket to Blarney Stone and the gardens was included.

Blarney and Cobh Tour from Cork Reviewed by Adam Xuan, 14/07/2019

It was all beautiful even the weather 4 days out of seven was sunny

It was all beautiful. The guide was exceptional, helpful and polite helpful. The places were beautiful especially the western part of the coasts. The time available to visit the places was a bit 'reduced given the amount of things to see but then nothing to object. Good experience

Best of Ireland 6-Day Backpackers Economy Tour Reviewed by Maria, 28/05/2018