Great day in the Wicklow Mountains National Park! Our guide Johnny our guide was awesome very knowledgeable of Ireland and the history of the country and the area. My wife was able to stand on the P.S. I love you bridge!
You don’t need to hire a car to experience the Irish countryside! This guided day trip from Dublin to Wicklow Mountains National Park encompasses many of County Wicklow’s most beautiful views, without you ever having to find a parking spot, stop for gas, or check your phone for directions. And, you’ll learn all about local plants and wildlife as you walk through the national park with your friendly guide.
Meet your guide and small group in central Dublin for the scenic drive south to County Wicklow and the Wicklow Mountains National Park. Here you’ll spend about 90 minutes exploring the Spinc ridge with your guide, following the Dublin Mountains Way through lush woodland for spectacular views.
After a stop in the Victorian village of Enniskerry, used as a filming location in P.S. I Love You, comes one of the most scenic portions of the route. Enjoy plenty of photo stops as you travel through Wicklow Mountains National Park, Glencree, Lough Tay, the Guinness Estate, and Sally Gap.
Finally, you’ll arrive at Glendalough, the tranquil valley best known for its sixth-century monastery founded by St. Kevin. Take a walk, relax, and see the sights before your driver brings you back to Dublin by a different—but also picturesque—route.
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We had a very beautiful day with our guide Richard. In the morning the group split up to do the different activities. The walk wasn't too long or too hard for inexperienced walkers so it's something for everyone. Richard tells all about the vegetation and...More
Guide was lovely and informative. He was reliable, frendly and fun. Meeting point at Molly Malones statue was easy to find and felt secure to wait for the guide. Day started whith info about Dublin and the history of Irland during the hole day including...More
I definitely recommend this tour. Was one of the best days of my visit to Dublin. Incredible landscapes to see. The tour guide (Dara) tell some of the history of Ireland while driving and showing places. In the other hand if you have more time...More