Wednesday: Jan/Feb/Mar/Nov/ Dec
Approx 14 hours
Same as the start point
See some of the most beautiful and dramatic scenery in Ireland in comfort when you take this combined rail and coach tour.
The journey starts in Dublin and takes you through the lush countryside of Kildare. The train goes through the town of Newbridge, which marks the northern boundary of the Curragh of Kildare which is headquarters of the Irish army and their buildings can be seen in the distance to the south.
Arrive in Limerick and board a coach for a city sightseeing excursion. The city of Limerick on the mighty River Shannon that is even older than London. Then drive north to Bunratty Castle – the most authentic and complete medieval fortress in Ireland – and visit its famous Folk Park where 19th-century life is vividly recreated.
After lunch, head for the magnificent Cliffs of Moher on the wild Atlantic coast – one of Ireland’s top attractions – and enter the stark lunar landscape of the Burren. Round Black Head and follow the shores of picturesque Galway Bay all the way to Galway. This drive is rated by the Automobile Association (AA) as one of the top 10 coastal drives in Europe. Continuing through vast expanses of variable land comprising bog and scrub you will arrive at Ballinasloe – home of the world's oldest horse fair.
In Galway, you will join your train for the return to ‘Dublin’s fair city’.
About the Supplier: Railtours Ireland First Class are known for their guided tours of Ireland by rail and luxury coach. They cover the length and breadth of Ireland and have something for everyone who is visiting the country. With over 22 years of experience, discover their range of tours from Ireland's Ancient East to the Wild Atlantic Way!
Voucher information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
There is a dining car on the train, serving full Irish breakfast between Monday and Friday, and light breakfast on Saturdays. You may ask your host for details.
Unfortunately, food is not included in the tour price, but there will be stops where you can grab something to eat.
I thoroughly enjoyed this day. We had plenty of time on our stops and I was really appreciative that an itinerary was included in the pack. A very well run organisation and the...
We had a great experience. John was an excellent guide and the tour interesting and fun. We'd definitely book another tour....
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