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Cliffs of Moher, Galway, and Wild Atlantic Way Day Trip from Dublin

Highlights
  • Day trip to Galway and the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin
  • See the old city walls on a walking tour of Galway
  • Explore the area around the Cliffs of Moher at your own pace
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Cliffs of Moher, Galway, and Wild Atlantic Way Day Trip from Dublin
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Cliffs of Moher, Galway, and Wild Atlantic Way Day Trip from Dublin
$52.12
Overview
See Galway and the Cliffs of Moher, then travel along a stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way on a day trip from Dublin. After a walking tour and free time in medieval Galway, you’ll continue to the Cliffs of Moher where rugged coastal sights and sweeping views await. Stop for lunch at your own expense, then travel onward to the Baby Cliffs and a coastal drive known as the Wild Atlantic Way. Along the way, you’ll learn about the traditions and history of Ireland’s wild west coast from your guide.
What to Expect
6:45am Check-in and board at the Discover Ireland Centre, beside the Savoy Cinema, Connell St.
7am Wave goodbye to Dublin as we depart for the Wild West!
10am Arrive in Galway and begin a relaxing guided walk of this charming medieval city. Hear the Legends of the Claddagh, Spanish Arch & St. Nick's Church. See Castles and the Old City Walls with stories to tell, and much, much more all with a local guide.
10:50am 1-hour of free time in Galway City before we leave for the Cliffs of Moher
12:00am Meeting Point on Merchants Rd. beside Kinlay Hostel.
1:30pm Arrive at The Cliffs of Moher for Highlight of the day. Enjoy 2-hours of walking and exploring.
3:30pm Depart the Cliffs and head for lunch (own expense) .
3:45pm Arrive at our Lunch stop, time for a Chowder, or famous Irish Stew, maybe a pint before we go
4:40pm Back to your coach and on to the Baby Cliffs with spectacular views over the Aran Islands and Connemara before travelling the Wild Atlantic Way back to Galway and on to Dublin.
9pm Arrive on Bachelor's Walk Dublin City Centre, Beside O'Connell Bridge and across the river from the famous Temple Bar.
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1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Tommy n Damian were great tour guides

We had a wonderful day trip from Dublin. It was a last minute booking with the help of Haween from Isaacs hostel who secured my sister and I a last minute ticket on this tour. It seems that this tour is quite popular and given...More

Thank Medsnick
Reviewed 1 week ago
So Beautiful

Great day with beautiful sights. The driver, Michael, was both funny and informative. Professional driver who was comfortable with sharing his vast knowledge of the history of Ireland. Michael picked us up at our lodging and went out of his way to return us there....More

Thank warner882018
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Rearview mirror!

We had a great day enjoying the spectacular view on the Cliffs of Moher and visiting Galway city and Doolin Village. The bus drivers/guides, Damien and Richie, were both friendly and entertaining. PS: Fasten your seatbelts - it’s gonna be a bumpy ride. :)

Thank mskjer
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great tour

The tour was well worth the money! Great views and information. Damien is an excellent tour guide! Dublin looks great in the rear view mirror!

Thank Vladimir K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Cliffs of Moher and Galway Day Trip

Damien (possible spelling error) was mine and two mates along with 53 other’s tour guide the second half of our trip. He was FANTASTIC! So nice and personable. Damien was very knowledgeable about historic (and some recent) stories that we enjoyed listening to. - we...More

Thank Amanda R
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