Dublin (and vicinity), Ireland Dublin
Tue, Sep 1 - Tue, Sep 15 Sep 1 - Sep 15


  • Beautiful landscapes in County Wicklow

  • Scenic train journey along Ireland's east coast

  • Historical Avoca Handweavers, Ireland's oldest business

  • Ancient & inspiring monastic settlement of Glendalough

  • Avoca, the setting of TV's Ballykissangel

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9:40 AM Tour

Duration 7h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
$54.98 per adult
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Enjoy a day in some of Ireland’s most beautiful countryside as you explore Country Wicklow. After a train ride down the coast, head inland to see the quaint villages of Avoca and Glendalough. Witness the age-old tradition of hand weaving in Avoca, a town popularized on television.

Escape the capital's lively atmosphere and take the train south along County Wicklow’s stunning railway line, which runs parallel to the Irish Sea coast. Board a coach in Arklow and travel through the stunning Vale of Avoca toward the village of Avoca, known as the home to Ballykissangel, a successful Irish TV show. Alight here and take some free time at lunch to admire Avoca Handweavers—one of the world’s oldest manufacturing companies and Ireland’s oldest surviving business.

Continue to Glendalough—“The Glen of Two Lakes”—a picturesque setting in which to spend the afternoon. Learn of its monastic history as you soak up the mountainous views. Return by train to Dublin by late afternoon.


  • Guided tour of Avoca and Glendalough

  • Admission fees

  • Roundtrip transportation via train and coach


  • Lunch

  • Beverages

Know Before You Book

  • At least 10 people are required for this activity to take place.

  • Check-in is 20 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 4 days before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.


County Wicklow, Ireland