Adult : €33
Student : (13-16) / Senior – €28
Child : (5-12) : €16.50
Meeting Point: Molly Malone statue Suffolk street
Departs: Daily At 8.30am
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- FREE Cancellation (24hr Notice)
- FREE WiFi on selected coaches
- Fully Guided Tour
- Dedicated group bookings manager to assist you
- Tripadvisor 97% satisfaction rating
Join us on our spectacular Wicklow day tour. Travel along the foothills of the Dublin Wicklow mountains towards Baltinglass Abbey.
The abbey is situated on the east bank of the River Slaney on the North side of Baltinglass town and was founded in 1148 by Dermot McMurrogh.
It was established for the Cistercians which was called “The Valley of Salvation”. In 1228 the records show that there were 36 monks and 50 lay brothers living in the abbey.
In the early 16th Century Baltinaglass abbey was one the richest abbeys in ireland until the the reformation by Henry VIII which saw the dissolution of the order.
Make a photo stop at the Wicklow gap where on a good day we can see across the Irish sea all the way the to Wales, then it's on to the monastic
settlement of Glendalough... valley of the two lakes where you have 1.5 hours to explore and enjoy the serenity of this amazing place.
For thousands of years people have been drawn to ‘the valley of the two lakes‘ for its spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife.
Glendalough is a remarkable place that will still your mind, inspire your heart and fill your soul.
The Monastery itself was founded in the 6th century by St Kevin but most of the buildings date from between the 11th and 12th century.
Visit a working farm where you will be treated to a sheep dog demonstration and an insight to life in rural Ireland, and
travel along the Wicklow way to the scenic village of Laragh!
We then make our way back to Dublin arriving at at approximately 17.30pm. You have achieved A LOT today! See what others have to say in our testimonials below: