Sugarloaf Mountain, Ireland
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Overall rating
4.1 / 5
based on 759 reviews

I consider Glendalough a must if you come to Dublin.

Glendalogh and Wicklow are a must. The excursion was nice. But I must say the place were we had to go to start the excursion was the Paddys Palace, disgustinly dirty. And not from not cleaning in a day or two but from not cleaning in ages. In the bus the main micro did not work well so the driver had to use a secondary micro. This meant he was driving with one hand in small mountain roads. It was dangerous, did not feel safe. Not his fault but maintenance and cleaning are needed.

Glendalough and Wicklow Half-Day Tour from Dublin Reviewed by

Très bien, mais des soucis d'organisation/communication

Trip was advertised as 5h long and only last 3h30. Start location changes without us being notified ( we had to walk another 15 min to get there ). Staff on board was really nice hopefully and waited for us. Trip is beautiful in the countryside. The Glengalough monastary is not fantastic but the place is beautiful.

Glendalough and Wicklow Half-Day Tour from Dublin Reviewed by

Beautiful short tour of the countryside of Glendalough

Our time was limited in Ireland, so I picked this short trip to see a little of the countryside/ landscape and Glendalough ruins in contrast to the city life of Dublin. It was so beautiful. Our driver was knowledgeable and shared facts about Ireland from a native's perspective.

Glendalough and Wicklow Half-Day Tour from Dublin Reviewed by

excellent trip out of Dublin to see also Ireland nature

really good trip which I can recommend to everybody - amazing Glendalough with its own spirit + nice Wicklow mountains. Trip was very well organized, driver & guide in one person made a really good job with commentation.

Very interesting place! Needs more time!!

We liked the tour but we really felt we needed to have at least one hour more. The driver was very nice but we had a little trouble understanding when he was talking.

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