Howth, Ireland. Sights in Dublin, Ireland. Dublin Cork Fares. Book online in advance to avail of our lowest web fares.
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Select an origin and destination below from the drop down options and select "Go" to view our ticket office fares. These fares are valid from 1st December 2014. Child Fares - With the exception of cross border journeys, fares for children of 5 to 15 years of age are discounted up to half the appropriate adult fare up to a maximum fare of €31.00 (excluding weekly/monthly season tickets). Best day trips from Dublin? - Dublin Forum. 4.
Re: Best day trips from Dublin? I'd highly recommend Glendalough. I assume that you won't be renting a car so check out the different tours available. Over the Top and Wild Wicklow seem to get good reviews. The Glendalough area has the Monastic City, a visitor's centre (small fee) and the two lakes, lower and upper (Glendalough means Valley of Two Lakes). If you CAN rent a car for that day, you'd be able to explore more of beautiful County Wicklow...one of my favorite places in all of Ireland.
I've also been to Howth which can be a simple and lovely 1/2 day trip. Haven't been to the other places mentioned, so can't comment. Keith. Glendalough Bus - St. Kevins Bus Service : Home. Glendalough Visitor Centre. Contact Details Address: Glendalough, Bray, Co.
Wicklow Telephone No: +353 404 45352 / 45325Fax No: +353 404 45626Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Certificate of Excellence 2014 Winner Opening Hours Open all Year 2014: Mid October - Mid March: Daily 9.30 - 17.00Mid March - Mid October: Daily 9.30 - 18.00 Visitor Centre will be closed from December 23rd to 28th inclusive. By Public Transit From Dublin: Hikes, Vistas and Seafood, All for a Song. Photo For its vertical limestone cliffs and unspoiled sea views, Ireland’s dramatic western coastline may get top billing.
But visitors to Dublin hoping to catch a glimpse of the rugged beauty of the Emerald Isle needn’t spend extra hours and expense traveling west. For little more than the cost of a pint, they can hop on Dublin Area Rapid Transit, or DART, the city’s electric rail network that winds roughly 30 miles along the eastern coastline, for convenient under-an-hour escapes. The following day trips — whose draws include staggeringly scenic sea cliffs that are destinations in their own right, a James Joyce museum and, no surprise, excellent seafood and beer — promise memorable, and frugal, additions to any Dublin vacation.
(Factor in maximum prices for “the Dort,” the Dublin Bus, and the Luas light rail tram system — at 10 euros a day, $12.20 at $1.22 to the euro, or 40 euros a week — and travel costs become even cheaper.) Sandycove Bray Howth Sandycove. Dublin’s top 10 attractions. 1.
Guinness Storehouse Located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery, which has been home to the black stuff since 1759, this massive seven-storey building, a former Guinness® fermentation plant, has been remodelled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness®. A visit will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about this world famous beer. The highlight for many visitors is the Gravity Bar® where they receive a complimentary pint of Guinness® and a chance to relax and enjoy the breathtaking 360-degree views across Dublin City. 2. See many rare and exotic animals living and roaming in a wide variety of natural habitats.