Wicklow Mountaineer Day Tour by Train

Explore Ireland's Ancient East as you travel down the coast of Ireland to Arklow and Glendalough in Co. Wicklow while taking in the beautiful views.

What can I expect
  • Half-day tour to Garden of Ireland, Avoca and Glendalough
  • Return travel on train from Dublin and Dún Laoghaire
  • Reserved seats
  • Host to escort you throughout the day
  • Admission to visitor attractions
Monastic tower and graveyard in glendaloughwhite cottage with avoca handweavers on the wall

Half-day Tour to Wicklow

  • Depart from Dun Laoghaire station at 09:55
  • You'll see an elevated view of Dublin City and all of it's architecture as the train travels south from Dublin Connolly heading towards Arklow in Co. Wicklow
  • The train travels along the coast towards Bray and Greystones
  • When you arrive in Arklow you'll board the coach and go to Avoca Handweavers where you will get a personal tour of the oldest working woollen mills that was established in 1723
  • You'll then have a lunch stop in a local pub, Fitzgerald's of Avoca.
  • Next stop is the stunning Glendalough; a 12th Century monastic settlement.
  • Travel to the upper lake of Glendalough to the original site of the monastic settlement, Highlights include Reefert Church, Temple-na-Skellig, St. Kevin's Cell, St. Kevin's Bed, the Caher and numerous celtic crosses.
  • You'll then walk back along a boardwalk where you can see ruins of churches, an ancient graveyard and the famous round tower in the Monastic City.
  • The tour continues through the beautiful landscapes of Wicklow before you head back to Dublin.
  • Arrive back at Dún Laoghaire Cruise Terminal by coach at 16:45 and in Dublin Connolly Station at 17:30

Buy RTI - Shore Excursions - Wicklow Avoca Glendalough Tickets

Adults
€89.00

Children
€44.50

Infants
€30.00

Total: 0

Check-in is at 09:30 at Dun Laoghaire Station

Train departs at 09:55

There will be a representative waiting for you in a bright yellow jacket

Arrive back in Dún Laoghaire at the cruise terminal at 16:45 and Connolly Station at 17:30

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