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Hi Robert,

June is a lovely time to visit as our days are at their longest so you will have plenty of time to explore before the sun goes down.

There are several day tour providers that can offer trips. Some originate from Dublin and others from different major cities. Paddywagon Tours, Irish Day Tours, and Finn McCools are three such providers but there are more depending on where you will be staying. 

Transport for Ireland has a handy journey planner where you can search to find the options for providers for any public transport journey. There are the national providers of Irish Rail and Bus Éireann who have their own websites if you fancy taking a few day tours by yourself. We have some Dublin Daytours that may be of interest.

Have you any ideas for where you wish to visit or stay during your time with us?

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