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Game of Thrones

GAME OF THRONES

Game of Thrones  a much loved series in the English speaking world, was filmed in the North of Ireland and the impressive pictures of ice and fire can be seen on this tour. The tour include a Bus and guide to and from Dublin airport with
5 overnights in 3-4 star hotels, 2 nights in Dundalk, 1 night in Donegal, 1 night Antrim and 1 night Dublin with a 3 course evening meal with choice of menu and full Irish breakfast in each hotel. Visits to prime filming location can be found in the Mourne Mountains in County Down, the dramatic slopes were the entrance to Vaes Dothrak, Shillanavogy Valley, beneath Slemish Mountain in County Antrim, recreated the Dothraki grasslands, when the Khalasar departs Pentos and rides to Vaes Dothrak.

 

 

 

 

Star Wars Skellig Michael

 

A tour that will bring you around the Ring of Kerry, experiencing the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Skellig Michael, situated in the Wild Atlantic ocean, 7 miles off the coast of County Kerry and recent ‘Star Wars The Force Awakens’ film location and of couse to the Star Wars Location to winner of the Trip Advisor Travellers Choice Awards 2016.

 

 

 

 

The Quite Man

Quiet Man Cottage Museum is a novel concept which will give the visitor a total Quiet Man experience as if they were actually ‘on-set’. Located by the river at Circular Road, Cong, between actual locations used for the filming, the ground floor of the cottage has been designed as an exact replica of ‘White-o-Mornin’ Cottage. The four poster bed and the tables and chairs which Mary Kate cherished, the thatched roof, emerald green half door and white washed front combine to charm all those who visit it. The Quiet Man Museum is a must for any Quiet Man enthusiasts, who can read what it was like when Hollywood took over the village of Cong in 1951 from local newspaper articles on display in the Museum. This museum was visited a number of times by John Wayne’s family and by Maureen O’Hara.  John Wayne’s widow, Josephine, wrote in the Museum’s visitor’s book, “Duke would have loved this!”.