Dublin Glendalough Walking Tour Excursion Reviews

Dublin Glendalough Walking Tour cruise excursion
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Walk through the hauntingly beautiful valley of Glendalough, home to ancient churches and a variety of trails.
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2 reviews
Jun 2016
Another sunny day in Ireland. The Glendalough tour was quite nice. It's hard to imagine how long these buildings have been around.
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Provider: Picked up a tour in the morning
Member Image suzily
1 review
May 2016
It was ok, did like Glendalough but felt rushed on other parts
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image Tolland2
2 reviews
Aug 2015
Dublin- Glendalough tour was boring , had a better time in the city of Dublin in the pubs and window shopping.
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image TallyNole
1 review
Jul 2015
Derek stopped at many sights along the way to Glendalough, which was historic & fascinating. Also visited the Avoca Village Mill to view the mill in progress & shop.
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Provider: Beautiful Meath & Wiclow Tours
Member Image ComputerTravelGuy
4 reviews
Sep 2012
Enjoyed the trip to Glendalough almost as much as the Glendalough itself. We had a small van and we stayed on the coast and country roads (unlike the large tour buses).
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Provider: Tour Dublin
Member Image Codders
1 review
Aug 2012
This was the most beautiful spot we saw of all our tours. The hills and valley here are steeped in a mystical presence. The ruins and graveyard called for more time than we had. We also saw St.Patrick's Cathedral before the trip to Glendlough - for an English literature buff like me it was something to see Jonathon Swift's grave - a haunting sense of history all around and indescribable photographic opportunities for my husband. The next day we went to Cork (Cobh) for a trip to Blarney Castle. The lines at Blarney were up to two hours long. People on our tour lined up and never got in in - we had to leave before they could get to the Blarney stone. We didn't line up but went to the Woolen Mill next door instead. It's a must-do shopping stop for all Irish goods - woolens, linens, keepsakes, Waterford crystal, housewares, upscale fashion - you name it, it's there!
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Provider: Princess Cruises

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