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6 Days Complete Ireland Experience from Dublin by Train


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

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During this 6-day tour from Dublin, you will travel by train to discover all the top attractions of Ireland with two nights in Killarney, two nights in Galway and two nights in Dublin.

This tour covers a large part of the Wild Atlantic Way and Causeway coast. You will head South to visit Cork, Blarney Castle & the Ring of Kerry, West to the Cliffs of Moher, Connemara, the Aran Islands in Galway Bay and finally North to the Giant Causeway.
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Schedule & Location
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  • DAY1  
  • 06:40 Check in at Dublin Heuston Station
  • 07:00 Departure from Dublin by Train
  • 09:35 Arrival in Cork
    Ireland_Blarney_Castle_shutterstock_482093827 Once at Cork Kent Station, meet your tour coach and begin your journey from Cork City to Blarney Village. While in Blarney, visit the majestic Blarney Castle and Gardens. Don't miss the opportunity to kiss the famous stone which is said to grant you the gift of eloquence.
  • Lunch in Blarney (own expense)
    Take time to explore the village for some shopping and lunch before heading to Cóbh.
  • Cóbh
    Ireland_Cobh_St-Colman's-Cathedral_shutterstock_187059119 See the town's city center and enjoy a short city tour. During your visit, discover the grand St. Colman’s Cathedral. You will also pass by the former White Star Line offices which produced the famous ship, Titanic. Arrive at the Cóbh Heritage Centre and learn all about the "Queenstown Story".
  • Overnight Stay in Killarney
    Depart from Cóbh and go to Killarney where you will be staying for the night. In the evening, feel free to roam around and experience the town through its many cafes, restaurants and bars. Get the chance to listen to traditional live Irish music entertainment.
  • DAY2  
  • Breakfast
    Start your morning with an Irish classic, the famous Ulster Fry which is also known as a Full Irish Breakfast.
  • 09:45 Departure for the Ring of Kerry
  • Ring of Kerry
    Ireland_Killarney_Ladies-View_shutterstock_18283219 View spectacular sights including the country's tallest mountains in Kerry and Carrauntouhil. Visit the Kerry Bog Village Museum and learn about life in this unique rural village during the 18th century. If weather permits, get to see the Skellig Islands from Star Wars 'The Force Awakens'.
  • Lunch in Sneem (own expense)
  • Ladies View, Lakes of Killarney and More
    Continue the scenic journey through the Ring of Kerry and see more landscapes including MacGillycuddy Reeks. Pass by the villages in Southwest Ireland and drive through Ladies View on the way back to Killarney. Along the way, enjoy views of the Lakes of Killarney and the Killarney National Park.
  • Overnight Stay in Killarney
  • DAY3  
  • Full Irish Breakfast
  • Departure for Limerick
  • Limerick
    Ireland_bunratty_castle_shutterstock_99738458 Transfer to the tour coach and pass by the River Shannon, Ireland's longest river, and get a glimpse of the historic King John's Castle. Along the way, see the Gaelic Grounds and Thomond Park. The last stop is at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. You will be given time to explore the medieval landmark.
  • Lunch at Gus O'Connor's Pub (own expense)
  • Cliffs of Moher and The Burren
    theburren720 Continuing your tour, visit Ireland's most visited natural tourist attraction - the Cliffs of Moher. Enjoy stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean at some of the highest cliffs in the country. Next, stop by the Burren National Park for great photo opportunities at its unique landscape.
  • Return to Galway
  • Overnight Stay in Galway
  • DAY4  
  • Full Irish Breakfast
  • Departure from Galway to Connemara
    Ireland_Connemara_shutterstock_161999003 Pass by beautiful towns and villages including Oughterard and Clifden as you head to Kylemore Abbey and the Connemara National Park in Letterfrack. Along the way, see unique landscapes such as purple mountains against blue and green valleys and more. Lunch will be at Kylemore Abbey and Gardens.
  • Overnight Stay in Galway
  • DAY5  
  • Full Irish Breakfast
  • Departure from Galway to Inishmore
  • Seven Churches (15 mins)
    Take a short visit to one of the earliest Christian pilgrimage sites in Ireland. Despite its name, there are actually only two churches in the site - St. Breacan’s Church and The Church of the Hollow. You will also see ruined dwellings surrounding the two churches where devotees used to live.
  • Dún Aonghusa (75 mins)
    Ireland_Kilmurvy_Dun-Aonghusa_shutterstock_160584647 Get a glimpse of a portion of Ireland's history as you stop by the largest pre-Christian stone fort found in the Aran Islands. This ruined structure stands on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Have ample time to explore the area, admire the spectacular views and take pictures.
  • Lunch at Kilronan (45 mins)
  • Departure for Galway
  • Return to Dublin
  • Overnight Stay in Dublin
  • DAY6  
  • 07:35 Train departs from Dublin Connolly Station for Belfast
  • 09:45 Arrival at Belfast Central Station
    Step of the train and you'll see the two enormous Harland & Wolff cranes which are considered as some of Belfast's famous landmarks. At the train station, you will also be escorted to your tour coach and begin the drive along Causeway Coastal Route.
  • Towns and Villages along Causeway Coastal Route
    galwaybay720407 Visit a few of Northern Ireland's beautiful towns and villages as you make your way to Giant's Causeway. Enjoy a photo stop at Carrickfergus then a 15 minute stop at Carnlough. See spectacular seas and mountains or the Glens of Antrim as you pass by Glenariff, Cushendall and Cushendun.
  • Lunch at Bushmills Distillery (own expense)
  • Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Dunluce Castle
    Ireland_Ballintoy_Carrick-A-Rede-Rope-Bridge_shutterstock_540078328 Go to the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and try out the thrilling rope bridge challenge yourself. Cross the 23-meter high bridge that fishermen once used to check their nets and see amazing sights along the way. Next, visit the medieval ruins of the Dunluce Castle for amazing photo opportunities.
  • Giant's Causeway (2 hrs)
    Ireland_Giant-Causeway_shutterstock_467757380 Spend enough time at this UNESCO World Heritage site to take pictures and explore this natural wonder. Scientists say that the the rows and rows of polygonal basalt were the result of a volcanic eruption millions of years ago but legend says it was once the home of a mighty giant.
  • Departure for Belfast
  • Return to Dublin
  • Overnight Stay in Dublin
  • 20:15 Check out at Dublin Connolly Station
Required Items to Bring & Attire
    • Students must present ISIC at check in otherwise adult fare will apply.
    • Cash
    • Change of clothes
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  • Any cancellations made after 07:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.


Language English
Pick-up Not available
Duration 6 day
Availability Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat
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