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Wild Wicklow Tour including Glendalough from Dublin

Highlights
  • Comprehensive tour of Wicklow and Glendalough
  • Enjoy the scenery of the Irish countryside
  • Learn about the area through your guide’s commentary
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Wild Wicklow Tour including Glendalough from Dublin
From US$38.26
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9:20am-Gresham HotelMost Popular
Tour departing at 9:20am from The Gresham Hotel, O'Connell Street23 O'Connell Street Upper, North City, Dublin, D01 C3W7
US$38.26
8:50am-The Shelbourne Hotel
Tour departing at 8:50am from The Shelbourne Hotel, St Stephens Green
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9:40am-Ballsbridge Hotel
Tour departing at 9:40am from Ballsbridge Hotel, Pembroke Road (Bus Stop at Gate)
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Overview
Get an overview of the wild landscape of Wicklow County on a full-day guided tour. Board your coach bus in Dublin, and then stop at Wicklow National Park, the monastic settlement at Glendalough, and Sally’s Gap (all entrance fees included). Hear insightful commentary about each stop, and take in scenic vistas while leaving the driving and navigation to the experts.
What to Expect
Head to one of the central pickup locations in Dublin to board your comfortable bus. Relax as you pass through Dalkey and Sandycove, both with impressive sea views, and then stop at Kilmacanogue’s Avoca Handweavers, where you can peruse handmade Irish goods or purchase a cup of tea.

Next, head for Sally Gap and the Wicklow Mountains National Park, where the slopes are covered with heath and bogs. Stop at Lough Tay, where sections of the movie Braveheart were filmed.

Relax and refuel (at your own expense) at a traditional Irish pub before heading to Glendalough, a glacial valley rich with wildlife, archaeology, and mystical history. Follow your guide on an in-depth tour of the site, including the Round Tower.

Back on the bus, take a complimentary shot of Ireland’s famous Jameson whiskey before heading back to Dublin.
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Best Day Had by all

When John arrived to pick us up. The joy started. What a character John our Tour Guide was. He made the day a joy. With his singing us along our day. Playing the Irish Music. And he great knowledge of the places we visited. I...More

Thank William1967Hereford
Reviewed 2 days ago
Best tour of our trip

We really enjoyed our tour that we took August of 2018. We had Mark as our tour guide and he was funny and professional. The scenery was beautiful. The only thing that wasn't really a problem, but would have been nicer, was that when we...More

Thank Michelle W
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great experience

Started the day by waiting for the coach in the centre by the Molly Malone statue. Took around 40 minutes to reach the Guinness lake and we were let off the bus to explore and take some pictures. The scenery was absolutely beautiful and definitely...More

Thank vaal106
Reviewed 4 days ago
Highlight of my trip

(I wrote a longer description before, but it got erased, so this will be briefer.) Good times - not too early pick-up, not too late drop off. John, our tour guide, was very welcoming and entertaining as he told us stories and fun facts along...More

Thank Juliechristine2016
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great views

We have been here a couple of times, the BEST on the small bus from Dublin. They can get into smaller areas than Big buses. Well worth the trip. Would have been better with snow falls

Thank rawperthite
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Ian B
21 May 2018|
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Response from jimuf | Reviewed this property |
little hiking and less is optional
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Ian B
21 May 2018|
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Response from Paige D | Reviewed this property |
There’s not free time in the mountains like there is in Glendalough and Kilkenny, but you see a fair amount from the coach!
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Judith K
23 April 2018|
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Response from lighttraveller2018 | Reviewed this property |
If by "Cruise port" you mean the former port located in Dun Laoghaire, then yes. I was picked up there rather than in Dublin city center. However, you need to arrange this with the guide as it is not a customary pick up... More
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