- Three-day train and coach trip from Dublin to Cork, Blarney Castle, Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsular
- Travel through Ireland's scenic countryside
- Kiss the famous Blarney Stone
- Free time to shop and have lunch in Blarney village
- Short city tour of Cork
- Moving Queenstown Story Heritage Center in Cobh
- Scenic coastal drive around the Ring of Kerry
- Dingle Peninsula scenery
- B&B accommodation in Killarney including full Irish breakfast
- Hosted train travel
- Information pack
- Friendly, professional tour guide
What You Can Expect
Depart from the Dublin Heuston Station on the InterCity train to Cork (breakfast available). Upon arrival travel by coach to Blarney Castle and kiss the famous stone. Take some time for lunch and shopping, and a city tour of Cork City visiting the Cobh Heritage Center, home of the "Queenstown Story". Depart Cork by train to Killarney for overnight in a comfortable Bed and Breakfast with en-suite facilities. You will be based here for two nights.
Day 2: Killarney - Ring of Kerry - Iveragh Peninsula:
At 10:00am depart on the famous Ring of Kerry tour which is a coastal drive around the Iveragh Peninsula - lots of stunning mountain and coastal scenery, including the famous Lakes of Killarney.
Day 3: Dingle Peninsula - Dublin:
At 10:00am depart for a tour to Dingle Peninsula made famous as the location for the movie "Ryan's Daughter". You will return by train from Killarney at 5:50pm arriving at Dublin Heuston Station at 9:15pm.
We loved this trip. Our guides were continually checking on our needs and travelled on the trains with us at all times. I would definitely suggest this as an awesome tour. We stayed in the bed and breakfast which was a four star beautiful guest house and was within walking distance to Killarney.
Indrijani S Australia
I'll start with the positive. The train was clean and on time. The tours covered lots of places of interests. The local tour that Railtours engaged in Killarney was well organised. The accommodation (I opted for B and B) was excellent. The negative part of this was that the Railtours itself seemed to be dis-organised. There was no introduction at the station so people were confused on what/where/who to do/follow. The tour guides from Railtours didn't introduce themself and let us know what the plans were. We found out by asking other tour participants. It's probably worth mentioning by the Railtour staff at the station that each has their own individual itinerary based on the type of tour that they chose. Luckily the tour participants had great sense of humour so we were just happy to tag along.
Nancy L USA