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Recommendations for good day tour companies

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I'm just starting to think about our short trip to Ireland this July. I have no intention of driving, because even if I leave aside the side-of-the-road issues, when I'm driving I can't watch the scenery, which is what I'm there to see! So for us, it's bus or train based tours. We're most likely to do day tours or maybe 2-days max, out of Dublin. Sadly, we don't have a lot of time!

Obviously, I can and will Google the bazillion companies that offer such tours, but I also value experienced opinions from others, for good or not so good companies.

So what d'ya think? Give me your thoughts, please. And thanx in advance.

Tom

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