Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Limerick, Cliffs of Moher, Burren and Galway Bay Rail Tour from Dublin. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Dr James K
I have been to Ireland before. The people continue to be the most hospitable and the country is beautiful and full of history.
Took 3 tours in our week stay in Dublin and this was the best. Well it should be since this was also the most expensive. Tour guide, Paddy, was great, My wife lost her return ticket from Galway to Dublin and Paddy took care of it and I can't thank him enough for it. Very well organized tour. Just show up at the train station and they'll take care of the rest.
The trip was very impressive, not only because of the breathtaking views, but also because of the friendliness and professionalism of the guides.
This tour was absolutely magical, allowing my daughters and me to experience the beautiful Irish countryside, the historical Bunratty Castle and grounds, the spectacular landscapes of the Burren, the amazing Cliffs of Moher, as well as the charm and beauty of Galway--all in one day! The brilliant sunshine followed us everywhere we went, making for a perfect day. Our tour guide, John Beaumont, is a national Irish treasure--his knowledge, wit and enthusiasm was appreciated by all. If you have one day or a week to spend in Ireland, this tour is not to be missed!
This was by far our favorite day while in Ireland. 5-star treatment...was so refreshing to just have to show up and have everything else taken care of the entire day. John was an incredible tour guide, he was extremely knowledgeable, attentive and fun! Would highly recommend to anyone wanting to see the Irish countryside and all itsbeauty.
Great day! I loved seeing the beautiful countryside of Ireland. Highly recommended!
This tour was excellent, Marie our guide was fantastic. She was knowledgeable and very helpful. The time at each stop was adequate. We took a tour from Belfast to the Causeway that did not have enough time for lunch or the tour of Bushmills.
I would take this tour again.
This was my first and most favourite tour while in Ireland. Travelling from train to bus and back was seamless. Our tour guide was very nice but lacks passion for the job. Can't comment on the bus driver as I don't really remember him saying anything. They were both very efficient though and got us everywhere on time. Bunratty Castle was our first stop and a treat and the staff there gave an entertaining tour. We stopped for lunch in Doolin; a cute, colourful town where we ad lunch before seeing the cliffs. The food at O'Connor's Pub was great! The cliffs were breathtaking. I wish we were allowed more time there as there is a lot of walking . We were blessed with a beautiful sunny, clear day. The Burren was an amazing site and such a uniquely sculptured area of limestone. Such a vast rocky area compared to the rolling green hills of what I thought all of Ireland was. I would recommend this trip to everyone.
It was A-MA-ZING!
We had one of the hottest day of the summer. The sky was clear blue, so we had the best pictures.
He guide was amazing. They offered us water all the time, which was great because of the hot weather.
The guide kept us all entertained with amusing stories throughout the journey.
We took two tours while in Ireland and both were excellent. Marie was our guide on this one (Limerick, Cliffs of Moher, Burren and Galway Bay) and she did a great job of keeping all of us on time while still being able to enjoy ourselves and see what we came to see - not an easy task and one I personally wouldn't want to take on! I wouldn't hesitate to use Viator again for future tours when I'm traveling.
This was an outstanding tour. The tour operators meet you at the train, so you are in company for the whole excursion. The driver, tour guide, and staff were attentive to the tourists needs, and were helpful. The sites were awesome with enough time at each one to walk around, take pictures, eat, and relax in the most hospitable Irish countryside.