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All Ireland 6 Day Tour from Dublin by Train


Discover all of Ireland in 6 days! Travel by train and discover Ireland top destinations such as Cork, Killarney, Blarney Castle, Cliffs of Moher, Galway, Connemara, the Giant Causeway and more!

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  • DAY1  
  • 06:40 Check-in at Heuston Station and meet your host
  • 07:00 Train departs from Dublin
    As your train departs, you travel in a south westerly direction, through Dublin's western suburbs and then through the lush fertile countryside of Co. Kildare.
  • Train journey to Cork
    Your journey takes us through the Curragh which is famous for its racecourse, home of the Irish Derby, and there are many stud farms in the vicinity. The final approach to Cork station is through Ireland's longest railway tunnel, which is a rather modest 1.2km.
  • Arrival at Cork and change to a coach
    Arrive into Cork Kent Station, we transfer to your tour coach through Cork City to Blarney Village and historic Blarney Castle, built in 1446 by Dermot Mc Carthy. You will have time to kiss the famous stone, which is said to bestow the gift of eternal eloquence on those lucky enough to do so.
  • Free time for lunch at Blarney Castle (not included)
  • Departure to Cóbh
    On arrival at Cóbh you will visit St Colman’s Cathedral. You will then proceed down along the sea front passing the former White Star Line offices en route to the beautifully restored Victorian railway station/transatlantic terminal.
  • Train from Cóbh to Killarney
  • Overnight in Killarney
  • DAY2  
  • Enjoy your Full Irish Breakfast at leisure
  • 09:45 Departure for Ring of Kerry tour
    Ireland’s highest mountains are located in Kerry and Carrauntouhil, which can be seen en route. It is the highest, standing at 1041 metres. You will make a stop at the Kerry Bog Village Museum, which gives people an insight into how people lived and worked in rural Ireland in the 18th century.
  • MacGillycuddy Reeks
    An essential part of any visit to Ireland, this tour circles the magnificent MacGillycuddy Reeks and runs through its many passes and valleys along the shores of Dingle Bay and Kenmare Bay. See picturesque villages such as Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem on the way.
  • Overnight in Killarney
  • DAY3  
  • Enjoy your full Irish Breakfast at Lesiure
  • 07:30 Depart Killarney by road for Bunratty Castle and Cliffs of Moher Tour
  • Arrive at Limeric
    As you cross the river Shannon which is Ireland’s longest river you will see views of King John’s Castle to the right. The castle was completed in 1200 and marks the origins of the city. Enjoy a brief tour of the city.
  • Bunratty Castle
    The castle was completed in 1425 and, after many years of neglect, has been restored to its former glory. There is also a folk park here which you will have time to explore.
  • Lunch break at O’ Connor’s Pub (not included)
  • Cliffs of Moher
    One of the highest sea cliffs in Europe. There is plenty of time to visit Ireland’s second most popular tourist attraction and your host will advise you of the departure time. From here you take the coast road for much of the way to Galway, with time for photos along The Burren.
  • Arrival in Galway and free evening
  • Overnight in Galway
  • DAY4  
  • Enjoy your full Irish Breakfast at Lesiure
  • Transfer to Connemara Airport for your short flight to Inis Mór
    For many, the highlight of the tour is the formidable pre-Christian fort of Dún Aonghusa, with spectacular sea-cliffs on the western side and unspoilt views of the Atlantic Ocean. The tour includes stops at 'Seven Churches' (15 minutes), Dún Aonghusa (75 minutes) and Kilronan for lunch (45 minutes).
  • Transfer back to Galway
  • Overnight in Galway
  • DAY5  
  • Departure to Connemara
    Enjoy the breathtaking landscapes of Connemara and admire its unspoiled nature. See the village of Moycullen, Maam Cross, Leenane, Kylemore Abbey, Letterfrack and more.
  • Lunch break at Kylemore Abbey and Gardens (not included)
  • Clifden
    The colourful town of Clifden has been one of Irelands leading holiday resorts for generations. It is an excellent touring centre beloved by the walker, the biker, the hiker or the fisherman.
  • Departure back to Galway
  • Train from Galway to Dublin
  • Arrival back in Dublin and overnight in Dublin
  • DAY6  
  • 07:35 Train departs from Dublin to Belfast
    20120727011850_270675751_2396_9 Depart northwards through the Dublin suburbs, which soon give way to farmland. Soon we pass the exclusive coastal village of Malahide before we cross the wide Broadmeadow Estuary, followed by Rogerstown Estuary. Fine views of the sea appear as we pass through the coastal town of Skerries.
  • Arrival in Belfast and departure by coach
    Leaving Belfast proceed to the town of Carrickfergus for a short photo-stop and take the coast road north from here. Further north you arrive at the fishing village of Carnlough, with a stop for about 15 minutes. You continue on passing the coastal villages of Glenariff, Cushendall and Cushendun.
  • Dunluce Castle and Giant’s Causeway
    ジャイアンツコーズウェイ3 Moving inland, we come to the town of Ballycastle, home to Ireland’s oldest town fair. Your next stop is the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. You then head for Dunluce Castle for a photo stop before arriving at the Giant’s Causeway, where you stop for about 2 hours.
  • Arrival in Belfast and train back to Dublin
  • Overnight in Dublin
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