We’re delighted to confirm that we have a great range of tours available to book by emailing

Tours are available to book for the following dates:

Saturday 11th Nov.

Sunday 12th Nov.

Saturday 18th Nov.

Sunday 19th Nov.

If you wish to attend one of the tours for a date not represented please email and we will try our best to accommodate you.

Dublin Bus Tour (Hop On Hop Off)

This fully guided tour gives you an overall flavour of our historic and ancient city. You will see examples of Dublin’s superb architecture in the Georgian streets and squares. This hop-on-hop-off tour has over 30 stops at the top visitor attractions in Dublin. It will allow you to visit St. Patrick’s cathedral and Christchurch Cathedral, the Guinness Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery. Enjoy an entertaining live English guide commentary with bags of Irish personality or audio commentary in your own language.

Cost: €19.00 per person.
Tour Duration: approx. 90 mins.
Tour Departs from: 13 Upper O’Connell St, Dublin 1 (City Sightseeing Shop, Stop 1).
*First tour departs at 9am and last tour 4pm.
*Please arrive 15 minutes before departure time.

Wicklow Mountains & Glendalough Tour (full day tour)

Sit back, relax & let us take you through some of the loveliest countryside in Ireland. This tour takes you first to the stunning 6th century monastic settlement in Glendalough. Our guide will take you around the site, which boasts a 10th century conical roofed round tower as well as a St. Kevin’s kitchen and cross. The tour trail continues to the pretty village of Avoca (home to the famous drama Ballykissangel), with a stop at the famous Avoca Handweavers. There you can enjoy a stroll around the village dropping into the local pub or visiting the famous Handweavers craft shop. Lunch is not included, although a lunch venue will be available on the day.

Cost: €30.00 per person
Tour Duration: 9 hours.
Tour Departs from: 13 Upper O’Connell St, Dublin 1 (City Sightseeing Shop, Stop 1).
*Tour departs at 9.15 am.
*Please arrive 15 minutes before departure time.

Malahide Castle Tour (half day tour)

Stopping first at the grounds of Malahide Castle you can enjoy a live-guided tour of the refurbished castle (Talbot family) and wander the castle grounds which span some 250 acres. Watch out for the ghosts that haunt the castle! Enjoy the private gardens of Lord Talbot, which have been opened to the public and are described by garden lovers as a small botanic haven.
Visit the local craft shops or relax over a coffee, treats & pastry.
Continue with a scenic coastal drive through the picturesque Malahide & fishing village of Howth. Take time to wander around this pretty village before making our way to Howth summit for a spectacular photo opportunity overlooking Dublin Bay. The perfect way to unwind, less than one hour from the city!

Cost: €25.00 per person
Tour Duration: 4 hours.
Tour Departs from: 13 Upper O’Connell St, Dublin 1 (City Sightseeing Shop Stop 1).
*First Tour departs at 9.30am
*Last tour departs at 2pm.
*Please arrive 15 minutes before departure time.

Cliffs of Moher Tour (full day tour)

This tour gives you the freedom to explore Ireland’s most impressive natural attraction which is Europe’s highest Cliffs. The tour will stop by the beautiful village of Doolin, home to Ireland’s burgeoning surf scene, some wonderful restaurants and traditional Irish pubs. Entry to the visitor centre is included with your ticket. This is a non-stop direct tour (travel time: 4 hours there & 4 hours back).

Cost: €41.00 per person.
Tour Duration: 10 hours.
Tour Departs from: 118 Grafton Street (Dublin Visitor Centre).
*Tour departs at 10 am.
Please arrive 15 minutes before departure time.

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Payments must be made two weeks prior to the congress. Your ticket will only be secured once fully paid for. All tickets will be sent to delegates via email in advance to the congress. You must print your ticket in advance as e-tickets will be refused.

Cancellation Policy: Within 14 days prior to date of congress - 100% charge. Cancellations must be emailed to

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