Dublin Glendalough Walking Tour Excursion Reviews

Walk through the hauntingly beautiful valley of Glendalough, home to ancient churches and a variety of trails.
Lovely drive through the Irish countryside to Glendalough followed by a guided tour of the monastic ...
Sail Date: May 2019
Lovely drive through the Irish countryside to Glendalough followed by a guided tour of the monastic site. No free time. Stopped at the shuttle bus drop off point on return to Dublin so those who wanted could spend time in the city centre.
Lovely drive through the Irish countryside to Glendalough followed by a guided tour of the monastic site. No free time. Stopped at the shuttle bus drop off point on return to Dublin so those who wanted could spend time in the city centre. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
A walking tour of St.
Sail Date: August 2017
A walking tour of St. Kevin's monastery. View of the round tower and his cross.
A walking tour of St. Kevin's monastery. View of the round tower and his cross. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
Took a ride through Dublin (highlighted by a tour bus & truck accident), then out to Glendalough ...
Sail Date: July 2017
Took a ride through Dublin (highlighted by a tour bus & truck accident), then out to Glendalough for a walking tour. Nice day with scattered rain that we dodged returning to the ship.
Took a ride through Dublin (highlighted by a tour bus & truck accident), then out to Glendalough for a walking tour. Nice day with scattered rain that we dodged returning to the ship. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
Nice drive, and plenty of time to walk to the lakes as well as tour the ruins.
Sail Date: July 2017
Nice drive, and plenty of time to walk to the lakes as well as tour the ruins.
Nice drive, and plenty of time to walk to the lakes as well as tour the ruins. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Another sunny day in Ireland.
Sail Date: June 2016
Another sunny day in Ireland. The Glendalough tour was quite nice. It's hard to imagine how long these buildings have been around.
Another sunny day in Ireland. The Glendalough tour was quite nice. It's hard to imagine how long these buildings have been around. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
It was ok, did like Glendalough but felt rushed on other parts
Sail Date: May 2016
It was ok, did like Glendalough but felt rushed on other parts
It was ok, did like Glendalough but felt rushed on other parts Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
Dublin- Glendalough tour was boring , had a better time in the city of Dublin in the pubs and ...
Sail Date: August 2015
Dublin- Glendalough tour was boring , had a better time in the city of Dublin in the pubs and window shopping.
Dublin- Glendalough tour was boring , had a better time in the city of Dublin in the pubs and window shopping. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
Derek stopped at many sights along the way to Glendalough, which was historic & fascinating.
Sail Date: July 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.
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. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Oceania Cruises
Enjoyed the trip to Glendalough almost as much as the Glendalough itself.
Sail Date: September 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).
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). Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
This was the most beautiful spot we saw of all our tours.
Sail Date: August 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 ... Read More
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! Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises