Day Tour Plus - Cork City & Blarney & Cobh
Sleep in and overnight in Cork City & Kiss the Blarney Stone
- Return Rail Travel
- Reserved seats on train
- Railtours Ireland Host on Tour
- Visitor Attraction Admissions
- Escorted Coach
- 1 Night 4* Hotel Cork
- Full Irish Breakfast in Cork
FREE Breakfast on Train – except Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays as dining car is closed
FREE Dublin Bus Hop on Hop off City Sightseeing Tour
Travel South by Train
A highly enjoyable trip to Ireland's Southern capital, Cork, visiting the world renowned Blarney Stone and the Queenstown Story at Cobh, on Cork Harbour, famous as the Titanic's last port of call
Dublin to Corkhide
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!
14:00 Depart Dublin Heuston Station for Cork
16.40 Arrive Cork Kent Station
Transfer to your 4 star standard Hotel in Cork City Centre
You have the evening free in Ireland's "real capital" (as the locals would say!)
Cork City Centre
Blarney Castle, Cobh Queenstown / Titanic Storyview
Enjoy your Full Irish Breakfast at your leisure and we will pick you up from your hotel at 09:20am, hotel reception.
We transfer to Cork Kent train station where we meet our group arriving from Dublin and transfer to our Railtours Ireland tour coach through Cork City to Blarney Village and historic Blarney Castle and Gardens, built in 1446 by Dermot Mc Carthy. You will have time to kiss the famous stone, which is said to bestow the gift of eternal eloquence on those lucky enough to do so. There is also time for shopping and lunch at Blarney and we recommend that you have lunch there, as this will be the only opportunity during the day to have a substantial meal.
Depart Blarney Castle for Cóbh, via the city centre and a short city tour.
On arrival at Cóbh we will visit St Colman’s Cathedral. We will then proceed down along the sea front passing the former White Star Line offices en route to the beautifully restored Victorian railway station/transatlantic terminal. This is now the Cóbh Heritage Centre, home to the Queenstown Story. The centre also houses much information about the Great Famine and subsequent Irish Emigration; 3 million Irish people emigrated from Cóbh, (principally to the United States) including Annie Moore, whose statue is located in front of the heritage centre.
Depart Cobh by train to return to Dublin.
Returning to Dublin Heuston Station at 20:00hrs.
Visitor Attraction Admissions included: Blarney Castle and Gardens & Cobh Heritage Centre