Castlebergs Travel

Where legend and reality mingle

Our team of local talents are passionate
about their home country and they
will provide you with stories to last a life time.


What tours do we offer?

Cork and Blarney Castle Tour

Take a Dublin rail tour to Blarney Castle, the medieval stronghold of southern Ireland. On this historical and cultural day trip, you’ll course through Ireland by train and coach, enjoying views of the lush countryside on your way to tour the castle grounds and plant a kiss on the Blarney Stone.

Dunguaire Castle Tour

Discover one of County Galway’s highlight attractions when you visit the 16th-century Dunguaire Castle. Renowned both as a scenic historical landmark and for its literary heritage—the castle hosted visiting writers the likes of W.B. Yeats and George Bernard Shaw.

Castles & Curiosities of the Boyne Valley

On this tour, spin through the Boyne Valley with pickup and drop-off at your Dublin hotel included, and hit top attractions including Slane Castle, 12th-century Trim Castle, and the Neolithic tomb at Fourknocks.

Most interesting places
to visit in Ireland

Boyne Valley

Stretching for around 110 miles from the verdant heartlands of County Kildare to the Irish Sea, the Boyne Valley is Ireland’s answer to the Loire of France or Meuse of Belgium. Strikingly beautiful and green to the hilt, this land really lives up to the moniker of the Emerald Isle.

The Rock of Cashel

Oozing a certain gothic mystery and eerie charm from every one of its Game of Thrones-style turrets and keeps, crumbling walls and crenulated gatehouses, the so-called Rock of Cashel clings like an ancient limpet to the green hills of County Tipperary in the south.


Rowdy, raucous Dublin surely needs no introduction! A town of folksy, Guinness-fuelled pubs and elegant Georgian architecture, this capital city continues to draw travellers from far and wide with its cocktail of culture and heritage, class and hedonism.

Why should you visit

One of the world’s
oldest languages

The Irish language is one of the ten oldest languages still spoken today, said to date back to before AD 3–4, when primitive Irish was first inscribed on ogham stones.

Superb outdoor and
adventure activities

Expert hikers adore Ireland, and outdoor adventure journalist Peter Potterfield even named the summit climb of Croagh Patrick as one of the 15 best hikes in the world.

Friendly people

Sweeping generalisation or not, the people of Ireland have a reputation for being welcoming and friendly, and according to Fáilte Ireland’s most recent Visitor’s Attitudes Survey, 99% of respondents did indeed find the Irish people friendly and hospitable during their stay – something that, no doubt, makes a big impact on the overall experience.

Jennifer Sullivan

Co-Founder of Castlebergs Travel

You do the dreaming and we do the planning. Based on our local contacts, your travels will suit your wallet, travelling companions, and fantasies. We make it easy to say yes to Ireland! And remember, all of our tours are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Also, please feel free to check out reviews from our clients on our website.

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What our clients saying about us

Fantastic day out with ?Castlebergs Travel. Great team. They really knew what they were doing - we will travel with them again.

Charlotte Watkins

We very much enjoyed the day exploring castles. We managed to kiss the Blarney stone. The gardens at Blarney were a delightful surprise.

Gracie Vaughan

The tour exceeded our expectations. It was fun, interesting, gave us the right time to visit each place and well paced. It was a great day!

Lauren Wilkinson

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