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Celtic Boyne Valley: Day Tour from Dublin
- Duration: 10h
- Live guide in English
- Starting time: 08:00
- Full day tour from Dublin to the Boyne Valley: Hill of Tara, Trim Castle, Hill of Uisneach, Loughcrew Passage Tomb, and Fore Abbey
- Professional, English-speaking guide providing information on history, sights, mythology and tales
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About: Trim Castle
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