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All reviews guided tour cormac's chapel celtic crosses under construction patrick's cross round tower surrounding countryside car park great history restoration work free tour lots of history worth the trip free entry hore abbey entrance fee walk around
When I was a boy we would drive the old roads to Cork and when we would round the bend and see the Rock of Cashel after hours of driving it was always magical. Perched high on a rock over the valley this beautiful site...More
We went from Dublin to Killarney through Tipperary with stops at Cashel and Cahir. The Rock of Cashel is well preserved and the views from the knoll are spectacular. I can't even believe the pictures we took. Exactly what we envisioned and hoped for when...More
We enjoyed our morning at the Rock of Cashel. The ruins were beautiful to explore. The film offered gave a nice history of the area. The views of the surrounding area were quite lovely from the vantage point of the rock. Worth a stop.
This place Irish history preserved and remaining in beautiful shape or all to see. The Halls walls and Pillars are intricately carved comma there are hundred-year-old tune slabs in the yard comma are beyond amazing !
Rock of Cashel was a great stop on our tour of Ireland. The architecture, history, and views should not be missed. Make sure you walk all the way around outside and inside the church to get the full effect with a guide.
This place is a classic moment in Irish history preserved and remaining in beautiful shape or all to see. The Halls walls and Pillars are intricately carved comma there are hundred-year-old tune slabs in the yard comma and an amazing Chapel with original Gaelic artwork...More