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Connemara National Park & Visitor Centre

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Connemara National Park & Visitor Centre

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Connemara National Park Connemara National Park Connemara, Co Galway Near the village of Letterfrack, Galway Ireland
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Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin

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The Cliffs of Moher are located in Burren on the Wild Atlantic Way, a winding coastal road notoriously difficult to navigate. Spend less time reading maps and more time soaking up the scenery on a stress-free tour from Dublin. An experienced driver navigates the roads safely and a guide transports you to premium viewing spots you may have missed if exploring independently. Plus, this tour includes free time to explore Galway, too.
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bingoface wrote a review Jan 9
Thurles, Ireland2 contributions
Beautiful walk and congratulations to the staff for all the work they have done. Sadly the one way system lacks signage as many people just ignore what signage is remaining. Sadly the paths are too narrow to accommodate two way traffic in the Corvid day and age.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Doug J wrote a review Nov 2020
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Wow, just wow, the views from Diamond Hill are exquisite! was even treated to a rainbow while hiking up the mountain. My wife and I liked how the park set up the trail to be one-way. We went mid-week in mid-October and hardly anyone was there. Great place to explore.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Caitlin wrote a review Nov 2020
Dublin, Ireland10 contributions4 helpful votes
When visiting Galway this was one of the top places to visit on our list. The day we visited the weather was overcast but was still nice and enjoyable to walk in. I really liked that there is various levels of difficulty for the Park so you can pick which trail is best suited to you, they even have shorter, less difficult trails that would be perfect for children. The views from the trails are breathtaking, pictures can’t do it justice! Also at the beginning of the trails there were fields with beautiful horses that were very friendly! I fell in love with the one pictured below. There is also a lovely little coffee shop at the end of the trails where you can grab a small snack and coffee and sit at picnic tables to rest for a bit! Would definitely recommend taking a trip here, great exercise with rewarding views!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Catherine O Driscoll wrote a review Oct 2020
County Cork, Ireland24 contributions12 helpful votes
We stumbled on Diamond Hill only because nearby Kylemore Abbey was closed. We are both in upper 60s but fit and healthy, so we decided to give climbing this Hill (mountain) a go. I won’t say it wasn’t challenging at times, especially nearing the top, but it was so so worth the effort. The lower walk is easier with a beautiful board walk on some of it, and stunning views. There is a lovely cafe at the base with friendly and knowledgeable staff. And more importantly plenty clean And modern toilets. Do attempt the top walk if you are in this area and have suitable clothes and footwear it is well worth the effort. We can’t wait to go back again in 2021 (Hopefully)
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Date of experience: October 2020
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RebeccaA wrote a review Sep 2020
Magheralin, United Kingdom90 contributions11 helpful votes
We climbed to the top of diamond hill which took us around 2.5 hours. The views were amazing!! Tough walk but a fabulous feeling when you reach the top! I would highly recommend bringing a change of clothes with you incase it rains as there is no shelter! We got soaked on the way down and wish we had a change of clothes.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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