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What people are saying about Glendalough

Overall rating
4.5 / 5
basada en 2.349 opiniones

Memorable journey to Wicklow Mountains, Guiness Lake and Glendalough.

Martin, our guide, was extremely knowledgeable and accommodating. I especially enjoyed the small group feel, and everyone was friendly and social. I highly recommend this excursion through this company. Great quality for your money.

Wicklow National Park: Small Group Half-Day Tour Reviewed by

The tour was fun and impressive. The guide Martin was very professiona

The tour was awesome and I would recommend to all. The tour guide and driver, MARTIN, was a total professional!! ☘️

Wicklow National Park: Small Group Half-Day Tour Reviewed by

Awesome tour, worth it, there should be no hesitation to choose it !

The tour itself was really great, but the best element of it was definitely our guide and his dynamism ! John - the only guide of this family company if I well understood - is an energic, rocknroll and joyful man, who never stops singing, laughing, telling jokes and interesting stories about this country he loves so much. He brought us inside wonderful places of Ireland, and kept giving us the smile during all the tour. Let's join John for a memorable day :)

Wild Wicklow Full-Day Scenic Coach Tour Reviewed by

Gorgeous fall foliage and interesting history!

What a great tour! I was originally skeptical of taking a large-scale tour, but this was so worth it. Easy pick up from O'Connell street and a comfortable bus. The scenery was incredible ... who knew Ireland had such beautiful fall foliage?! Every stop was gorgeous and our guide, John, was full of knowledge (and a bit of humor). Each stop was perfectly timed and the pub lunch was delicious (get the Guinness stew!). I highly recommend this tour!

Wild Wicklow Full-Day Scenic Coach Tour Reviewed by

Philip, our guide, was fantastic! Knowledgeable and not too pushy.

A natural, knew how to deal with an international clientele. His crisp and precise English was a joy to listen to........disappointing only for those who are looking for an Irish accent. The only minus point....and this has nothing to do with Philip.....was the misleading information about the embarking bus stop.....the Printsafe shop on Nassau Street was already closed and the company bus stop sign was too small and old to be recognised. Luckily we took the trouble to seek the assistance from a tourism office a day before the trip. Late arrivals on the day might have been due to the lack of such a (no longer) clear meeting point. "Opposite Knobs and Knockers" should be a better indication as the shop is still there.

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