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Wicklow Mountains, Avoca and Glendalough Rail Tour from Dublin

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clock7 hours

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    Join this Wicklow Mountains, Avoca and Glendalough Rail Tour that will start at Dublin. This is highly recommended to those who wanted to experience and witness up-close life in rural Ireland. During the tour, you will see for yourself how the handweavers at Avoca will produce intricate craft. Aside from this, you also get to learn a lot of interesting insights about the local culture from the knowledgeable guide who will join you on the train ride. Your guide will also take you to some of the most scenic views in the countryside and will include a stop at the ancient monastery of Glendalough.

    This tour will take approximately seven hours. You will be departing from Portland Row, Dublin and will be returning at this same place at the end of your tour. This package includes all travel fees by rail and coach from Dublin. You will also have a guide, driver, and reserved seats on trains. Your payment also includes admission to The Mill at Avoca Village and Glendalough Monastic Settlement. Trains in Ireland are wheelchair friendly however the buses and coaches are not. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian when joining this tour.

    Most travelers who joined this tour enjoyed the scenic views in the Irish countryside. They said that the guide knows a lot of interesting information about the area especially its history, which is a plus. Not only that, but the participants were also able to see up-close how the handweavers do their work, which makes the activity even more exciting. It is a recommended tour around rural Ireland. Some say that this tour exceeded their expectations.

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