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It is a marvellous and mystical country - loved it and want to go back. Time at Glendalough should be longer - I worried from the beginning and had no courage to go to all the sites.
Nice cheerful driver/guide. A nicely planned trip. I will use Viator again.
The tour should make a stop at Blessington Lakes and not Wicklow Gap - the views are far superior! Also, our coach driver guide wasn't very audible while doing the walking tour at Glendalough.
The bus driver/tour director really made the trip especially enjoyable. His knowledge of local and national history and the delectable tidbits he added were wonderful. It made the bus ride short and educational. I felt enlightened by the wonderful views and history in which I learned.
The tour operators were good people who knew what they were talking about. It was a good, comfortable tour at a good price. I would do it again in a heartbeat.
The trip was great and our guide was especially good but the reservation through Viator created problems for us since it required a paper ticket and we were traveling. We had to go to a pay internet cafe to get it printed. I would not make this sort of reservation again.
Avoca was lovely and the tour guide was very informative. Unfortunately we couldn't get to Glendalough due to snow, but the tour guide compensated with a trip to the Meeeting of Two Rivers.
Glendalough segment was very entertaining, needed more time at the Abbey. Time at Avoca could have been better spent visiting the village rather than the weaving.
I wouldn't actually recommend this - there wasn't anything wrong with it, it's just that there are so many amazing things to see and do in Ireland that this tour felt kind of average. Glendalough was pretty, but that's it. And Avoca was a complete tourist trap.