Easy Cork: Scenic Drive & Irish Coffee (Wheelchair Accessible)

3.75 hours | Cork | C B 4 - 2 9 1
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Points of Interest

  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
Wheelchair Accessible, Shopping Opportunities, Easy activity

Description

Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.

What you will visit:

Cobh (Cork) Driving Tour
Founded by St. Fin Barre in the 7th century, Cork was an important Viking port. The historic city center occupies an island, and the River Lee flows around the heart of the city. Known as The Rebel City, colorful Cork is the Republic of Ireland's second largest city and a thriving university town with a wonderful culture, candy-hued houses and an authentic pub scene. Despite its large size, Cork has the atmosphere of a charming town.
Blarney
The village of Blarney in County Cork, Ireland, is famously home to Blarney Castle, but the village itself is also steeped in history and charm. The Tudor-style village is wonderful maze of country lanes and quaint streets, and the village's center meeting place, known as The Square, has a grassy field where locals congregate and serves as the focal point to village life.

What you will see along the way:
The scenic drive to Blarney from Cobh is approximately one hour each way. Gaze upon the emerald countryside and everchanging landscapes as you relax in your comfortable motorcoach.

Beverage:
A sample of Irish coffee is offered in a local venue.

Shopping:

The Blarney Woolen Mill Shop is a converted mill and one of the country's largest Irish gift stores. Here you'll find a splendid array of authentic Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, Irish linen, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, knitwear, bone china and Celtic brooches.

Special Notes:

This tour is wheelchair accessible.
For tours that offer more in-depth exploration with actual visits to one or more sites, see the other options in this port.

The drive to Blarney from Cobh is approximately an hour long. Although passengers may see Blarney Castle in the distance from the village, this tour does not include a visit to the castle.

The minimum legal drinking age in Ireland is 18; passengers under 18 cannot have an alcoholic drink.

Child Price:

12 years & under only

Details

Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.

Depart from ship for a scenic drive enroute to Blarney Village

Transport type:
Non Air Conditioned Motorcoach
Travel time:
01:15
Inside visit:
No
Air conditioned:
No
Wheelchair accessible:
Yes
Restroom available:
No

Irish Coffee stop in Blarney Village & visit the Blarney Woollen Mill for shopping & Free Time

Transport type:
Walking
Time at site:
01:45
Free time at site:
60
Inside visit:
Yes
Air conditioned:
No
Walking distance:
40
Steps:
11
Wheelchair accessible:
Yes
Restroom available:
Yes
Shopping available:
Yes

Re-join your vehicle and return to your ship

Transport type:
Non Air Conditioned Motorcoach
Travel time:
00:45
Air conditioned:
No
Wheelchair accessible:
Yes
Restroom available:
No