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Cliffs of Moher & West of Ireland Highlights: Roundtrip from Dublin

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Abhishek,  United States United States
30 Jun 2022
It was a great experience with careful driving and entertaining (and informative) commentary by Kevin of all the things we passed or saw.
Cliffs of Moher & West of Ireland Highlights: Roundtrip from Dublin
Mike,  United States United States
16 May 2018
Excellent trip! We had poor weather conditions: windy & rainy for most of the way. Rope bridge was closed, so driver had an alternate. We had adequate stops, good narration & humor, and a fun time!
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VLADIMIR,  Ireland Ireland
30 Dec 2022
Very interesting and fun!
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About: St. Andrew's Church

St. Andrew's Church (also known as The Old Stone Church) on Suffolk Street is the departure point for the Cliffs of Moher Day Tour. It's easy to find, with or without looking for the statue of Molly Malone, which stands outside.

Suffolk Street is easy to locate in central Dublin, close to many bars, restaurants, shops and other attractions.

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