Glendalough, Wicklow and Kilkenny tour from Dublin

Amazing Spring Special

Tours before 1 April 2018, only €18 per person!

We travel south and begin our journey into County Wicklow, passing through some of the beautiful countryside in the Wicklow mountains making our way towards Glendalough.



Your epic journey around some of the most stunning places and scenery in Ireland will begin at 9:00am from Nassau Street. Our highly-skilled and well-trained guide will meet you from 8:50am onward to start boarding the air-conditioned coach.


After leaving Dublin, we will travel via the the Wicklow Mountains en route to our next stop at the Monastic site of Glendalough. With spectacular panoramic views of the landscape, this is truly a scenic drive with amazing scenery stretching as far as the eyes can see. We will stop on a nice elevated spot for 10 minutes to get a few pictures of this outstanding view.

Because of the natural beauty of the Wicklow Mountains, there have been a few films that took advantage of this natural beauty. Hollywood Blockbusters like ‘P.S. I Love You’ and ‘Braveheart’, to name a few.


Now for the main visit of the day, where we will also give you around 2 hours to explore one of the most beautiful sights in Ireland. The area is renowned for its magnificent scenery and rich and varied heritage. Here you will have time to explore the ruined monastic city that dates back to 10th century. Not to mention the magnificent lakes, waterfalls and babbling brooks. Glendalough is also known for the Braveheart wedding scenes.


Leaving Glendalough, we will first make our way to the beautiful little town of Kilkenny. Known for its medieval feel, amazing castle and cobbled streets, Kilkenny is a town steeped in history and folklore. With 2 hours to enjoy the amazing city of Kilkenny, once the medieval capital of Ireland back in the 11th century, which is situated on the banks of the river Nore, you will have a great day in medieval Ireland.

Enjoy the picturesque cobblestone streets. Spend some time to explore the gardens of the famed Norman Castle dating back to the 1100s. Here you have an opportunity to take a tour inside the castle for a small optional fee. Or just enjoy a free video presentation of the castle’s history and take in the splendour of the castle and gardens. You can also visit the Black Abbey and the St. Canice’s Cathedral with its magnificent round tower. This is a beautiful city to enjoy and will be a highlight of your visit to Ireland.

We will now head back to Dublin after a long day of magnificent scenery. The tour will end between 6:00pm and 6:30pm.

*Please note that all times are approximate. The locations might be visited in a different order, depends on traffic and weather.

Tour information


Pick up
For tours before 1 April 2018, 8:00 am, from outside Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Parnell Square North

For tours on or after 1 April 2018, 9:00 am, from Nassau St. (Collins Day Tours Bus Stop opposite ‘Print’)

Drop off
Around 6:00pm, near O’Connell Street

Up to 60 people on board
Guiding in English only
Fair bit of walking involved
Children under 5 not recommended
* Might be conducted by Partner Company Collins Day Tours

What other travellers say

Details_kilkenny customer

“Fantastic and very informtiave Tour” 
Review by surajrs49 on TripAdvisor) in Feb 2018
It was one of those tours where we get everything and it was very good and informative. Luckily weather was good and it was a sunny bright day and I would recommend to everyone for this one as you will get a climse of Ireland and its history. Special thanks for the tour guide Derrick and driver Peter for the tour.

“Amazing Tour!!” 
Review by carmenfionnulla on TripAdvisor) in Jan 2018
Irial was our guide and he was hilarious and informative ! We got to see so much along the way and much more than we expected ! Was great, would highly recommend this tour!

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