Wicklow Mountains
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  • From Dublin: Wild Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Tour

    1. From Dublin: Wild Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Tour

    Explore the wild landscape of Wicklow and Glendalough on an 8.5-hour small coach tour, with Dublin city center pick-ups and a quick taster tour of Ireland’s capital before heading south along the coast, passing Dun Laoghaire, Sandycove and Dalkey. Stop for morning coffee and craft shopping at Avoca Handweavers, before heading into Wicklow to experience some of Ireland’s legendary shades of green. A highlight of your tour will be Sally Gap, where lakes, heather and barren boglands converge. Breathe in the beauty of this natural paradise, while your guide tells interesting facts mixed with a little fantasy. Then, it’s time to relax and enjoy lunch at a traditional Irish pub. Back on the road, drive to enchanting Glendalough, following in the footsteps of saints and scholars at the 6th-century monastic settlement, complete with its tall Round Tower made of mica-slate and granite. Enjoy s...

    The tour exceeded our expectations. All was executed smoothly and timely. High five to John - a very charismatic driver, tour guide and excellent storyteller in one person. His everlasting energy and friendly atmosphere he created from the very moment we entered the coach made this trip an unforgettable experience. Bus itself was convenient and clean, route well planned with few stops for coffee and food. Highly recommended.

  • Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Lakes Day Tour

    2. Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Lakes Day Tour

    Enjoy the most beautiful countryside in Ireland on one of the most popular full day coach tours to Wicklow. You will journey to the mystical site of Glendalough, home to the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland, before continuing to the pretty Wicklow village of Avoca for lunch in Ireland's oldest handweaver mill. Continue and pause for superb photo opportunities at Wicklow Gap, and capture souvenir shots that will impress friends and family back home. Enjoy a guided tour of the 6th-Century monastic settlement at Glendalough, and see the famous 10th-Century Round Tower, and St. Kevin's Kitchen. Take an optional walk to the stunning Upper Lake. Sample a taste of Irish whiskey at Fitzgerald's Pub. Along the way, you will enjoy stunning views of the Wicklow Mountains, the valleys at Glendalough, and the breathtaking Blessington Lakes, from your comfortable coach. The tour guarantees the ...

    Great guide/driver (Richie)! A little to less time in the Wicklow Park (only 2 hours). Time spend in Pub for me was a waste of time

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What people are saying about Wicklow Mountains

The tour guide was the most cheerful and friendly person I have ever met. He talked all throughout the tour and gave a lot of interesting information not only about the places that were part of the tour but about Dublin and Ireland in general. The places we visited were all absolutely beautiful and the tour itself was very relaxing and interesting. There were also quite a lot of stops in different spots along the route to take photos and walk around a little. A short but fascinating tour around the picturesque Glendalough was included, and if you wanted you could also walk among the hills to the Upper Lake. If you have a chance to visit Dublin, don't even think twice about taking this tour.

The tour exceeded our expectations. All was executed smoothly and timely. High five to John - a very charismatic driver, tour guide and excellent storyteller in one person. His everlasting energy and friendly atmosphere he created from the very moment we entered the coach made this trip an unforgettable experience. Bus itself was convenient and clean, route well planned with few stops for coffee and food. Highly recommended.

Excellent trip to see more of Ireland. From Dublin via Sandy Beach up to Wicklow with a fresh walk at the end. Stepping out of the bus in the highlands and weather turning in minutes almost blowing you away. Wicklow hills made the name of the tour come true

The trip was really nice! Our driver and guide John is the born entertainer. He was friendly and really helpful. The stops were really beautiful and John had told us a lot of stories to each place. It was an amazing day, thank you!

The driver John is one of the best tour guides/drivers!