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Wicklow, Powerscourt, and Glendalough Tour from Dublin

  • Comprehensive tour of County Wicklow landmarks and highlights
  • Plenty of independent exploration time—great for independent travelers
  • Commentary from a guide on the area's history, culture, and environment
Wicklow, Powerscourt, and Glendalough Tour from Dublin
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Wicklow, Powerscourt, and Glendalough Tour from Dublin
From US$29.05
Visit the highlights of County Wicklow, including Powerscourt Gardens, Glendalough, and Wicklow Mountains National Park, without the need to rent a car on this full-day tour from Dublin. Relax and enjoy the scenery, knowing that all the details and transportation are taken care of. Listen to commentary from your guide as you travel to the Guinness Estate and the Victorian village of Enniskerry.
What to Expect
Step aboard your tour vehicle in Dublin and relax immediately, knowing your day in County Wicklow has all been planned out for you. Enjoy the fact that instead of puzzling over directions and traffic, you can simply sit back and enjoy the scenery.

The first stop is Powerscourt Gardens, where you will have free time to explore the formal gardens and statuary on your own. Your guide will be on hand to recommend the must-sees in the facility. Midday, stop in the Victorian village of Enniskerry for lunch (own expense) and some time to look around. Move on to the Wicklow Mountains National Park, where you'll visit Sally Gap, the Guinness Estate, Lough Tay, and Glencree. Listen to your guide's commentary on the historic and environmental importance of the park.

Around midafternoon, reach Glendalough, a sixth-century monastic site, where you'll have time to explore independently before returning to Dublin.
Reviews (102)
1 - 5 of 36 reviews
Reviewed 13 October 2018 via mobile
Highly recommend this tour!

I picked this tour as it was the only one I could find that visited Powerscourt on the way to Wicklow. It is basically a pickup and drop off service; the driver does a little bit of explaining about the places that we pulled over...More

1  Thank sairz94
Reviewed 5 October 2018
Beautiful trip

I was just few days in Ireland and I really wanted to see as much as possible. With one-day-trips such as this one I really saw a lot in quite a short time. I would have really loved if I had more time to calmly...More

1  Thank Alida F
HilltopTerry, Owner at Hilltoptreks, responded to this reviewResponded 7 October 2018

Hi thank you for taking the time to write such a positive feedback really appreciated and I’m delighted your enjoyed the tour of Wicklow

Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile
Great tour with beautiful scenery.

We had a lovely day with Johnny our guide on this beautiful tour. Thanks again for the laughs fun and very memorable tour.

Thank WicusK4
HilltopTerry, Owner at Hilltoptreks, responded to this reviewResponded 7 October 2018

Johnny will be delighted you enjoyed the tour with him and I’ll let him know ... thank you

Reviewed 18 September 2018

If you are visiting Dublin for a few days, this is a tour you shouldn’t miss. A quick taxi to the Centeal Bus Station in Dublin and your off. It is a fun filled day trip and the sights and history you will learn about...More

Reviewed 15 September 2018
Perfect overview of this corner of Ireland

Really well planned itinerary with just the right of time allowed for main stops (Powerscourt and Glendalough). Friendly, knowledgeable guide (Richard) kept us to schedule with a light touch and sense of humour. His encyclopaedic knowledge of the geography and history of Ireland meant that...More

1  Thank vicfish
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Annu M
17 September 2018|
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Response from vicfish | Reviewed this property |
We left from the Molly Malone statue at about half past nine and dropped near there between 5 and 5.30. You will be given an exact itinerary when you book.
9 August 2018|
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Response from WA2200 | Reviewed this property |
No bathroom on any of the three tour buses I was on, in Dublin or Galway.