Day Tour Plus - Limerick City & The Cliffs of Moher
Afternoon train, overnight in the City of Culture & visit the Cliffs of Moher the next day!
- All Rail Travel
- Reserved Seats on the train
- Railtours Ireland Host throughout
- Visitor Attraction Admissions
- Escorted Coach
- 1 Night Limerick
Travel South By Train
An overnight tour to Ireland's mid western - capital - Limerick , the Treaty City , on the banks of the majestic river Shannon. This tour includes four star standard Hotel accommodation in the City Centre and a full Irish Breakfast. Your evening in Limerick is free to explore the locations where the film Angela's Ashes was made and perhaps have a pint in one of the city's many Traditional pubs. The next day we will take you to visit Medieval Bunratty Castle then on to a charming pub for a lunch stop on the remote Atlantic coastal village and then to the Cliffs of Moher. We travel through the Burren, around Black Head and on to Galway City along the shores of Galway Bay.
Dublin to Limerickhide
Check-in is 20 minutes prior to Train Departure Time.
Customer Service Desk at Heuston Station where our Check-In representative will be in their yellow jacket!
15:25 Depart Dublin Heuston Station to Limerick
17:40 Arrive Limerick and transfer to Hotel
Your evening is free to discover this lively city bubbling with beautiful Georgian architecture, grand museums and rugby-obsessed locals.
Limerick City Centre
Bunratty Castle and Cliffs of Moher Tourview
Enjoy your Full Irish Breakfast at Leisure, join your group for your day touring
After the visit to Bunratty Castle and Folk park we make our way to Co. Clare. There is a lunch stop at O’ Connor’s Pub in Doolin before arriving at the Cliffs of Moher, among the highest sea cliffs in Europe. There is plenty of time to visit Ireland’s second most popular tourist attraction and your host will advise you of the departure time. From here we take the coast road for much of the way to Galway, with time for photos along The Burren. This is a national park and the word Burren comes from the Irish Language, it means ‘rocky place’. It is a unique lunar landscape of limestone which was described in 1649 by one of Oliver Cromwell’s men as: “No tree to hang a man, no water deep enough to drown him and no soil deep enough to bury him”. Today the Burren is noted for its diverse Flora with few parallels elsewhere in Ireland or indeed, Europe. We continue along the coast road to Black Head, passing the quaint coastal villages of Ballyvaughan and Kinvara before joining the main road to Galway. Free time in Galway for shopping or to grab a bite to eat before returning by train to Dublin.
Returning to Dublin Heuston at 21:45hrs.
Visitor Attraction Admissions included: Bunratty Castle and Folk Park & The Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience