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Kilkenny, Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough, Sheep Dog Trials, Day Trip from Dublin
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Kilkenny, Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough, Sheep Dog Trials, Day Trip from Dublin

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Learn about Irish folklore and medieval architecture on this hassle-free day trip to Glendalough and Kilkenny from Dublin. Avoid the stress of organizing transport and activities, and let a guide do the hard work for you. Combine visits to Glendalough’s monastic settlement, Wicklow Mountain National Park, and Kilkenny Castle with a sheep herding demonstration, and travel with ease between the dispersed landmarks. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included for added convenience.
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Rusmir wrote a review Nov 13
Dublin, Ireland173 contributions4 helpful votes
Located near city centre, but still in the center of things, surrounded by small and sweet park, Saint Patrick's Cathedral is one of the most beautiful Irish cathedrals. Atmosphere is wonderful and even better at Sundays when mass is going on. Wonderful place, ticket affordable, on Sundays free of charge.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Leonor Guevara wrote a review Oct 2020
Dublin, Ireland23 contributions
This Cathedral is wonderful, you could go in a sunday after a mass so its free of charge, but if you go another day it's worth the price. You can stay as long as you want not just only admiring the great architecture, but reading and learning the history of this character. You will love how imponent this place is.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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bigwawao wrote a review Sep 2020
New York City, New York8,643 contributions251 helpful votes
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Beautiful church with a great history behind it. I took a self guided tour of the Cathedral. They have a little paper that outlines a little path for you to take and items of interest. One interesting thing. Jonathan Swift, the author of Gulliver's travel, was a dean here and was interred here. Beautiful architecture and equally magnificent stained glass all around. And yes, they have a gift shop. You must realize they are not state supported and thus all you entrance fee and anything the gift shop makes goes to supporting this magnificent piece of history. If I recall our walking tour guide he said that it was originally a Catholic church before becoming an Anglican Church. Visit also Christ Church Cathedral, which is often compared to St. Patrick. Both are equally impressive. But St. Patty's is more well known. Also one more thing. There are more artifacts at St. Patrick's than at Christ Church. Don't forget to see the Boyle family Monument. The famous member is Sir Robert Boyle who discovered Boyle's law of gases. Remember your chemistry?😄
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Liv Landi wrote a review Sep 2020
Cuiaba, MT15 contributions31 helpful votes
Went to Dublin on a Catholic Holiday. It was just amazing. It did not rain too much, the city is very warming, you fit in right away, the Churches and Gardens, Exceptional! This one id a must see!
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Deirdre_dines wrote a review Aug 2020
Dublin, Ireland921 contributions242 helpful votes
A lovely place to visit when the rains bickering down in Dublin - escape in to St Patrick’s cathedral and get lost in its history. On the day we visited we were lucky to have arrived when an organ recital was taking place - there were only a handful of tourists in the building so it was a super experience. Take time to learn about the links to St Patrick, Swift etc and the origin of the phrase ‘to chance your arm’! Tip : to make the best of and to time your visit visit their website before you go - for tickets plus information on what’s taking place in the cathedral daily.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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