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Kilkenny City Tours - Black and Amber road train is a unique way to view Kilkenny City - Aboard the train, passengers can view 15 of Kilkenny's historic buildings. While onboard you will receive a full commentary, giving a historical and fascinating...more
All reviews road train kilkenny city narrow streets half hour tour driver paul train tour your bearings lovely trip great tour points of interest lovely city historical sites commentary recording overview information ireland
situated outside the castle is the pickup/end point of the tour (you stay on until the end)
there are two different companies that run whilst we were visiting ,one started on the hour the other at half past.
paul the driver is a real friendly...More
I'm giving this tour an Average score simply because of the driver who is absolutely lovely and made us feel so welcome. He's an asset to this company or Kilkenny Council or whoever runs this tour! The tour itself isn't very long. It shows you...More
We decided to take this short tour which was good . We got a sense of the history of the city and saw places to visit which we probably would not have on foot. The driver was nice. It was a tad over priced for...More
Having walked around the city of Kilkenny in the morning we then went on the road train city tour. The tour lasted 30 mins. The commentary filled in information to enlighten us following our morning tour
To get an appreciation of the size of Kilkenny where the tourist sites are and obviously the shopping
It’s recommended you take a half hour trip around the town
A voice recording explains all the info required as you do the tour
The “train” is...More
Kilkenny isn’t a terribly large town. But if you are on a tour (as I was recently), time can be quite short. If you want to see the main part of town and hear the history and only have a limited time to do it,...More
Visited Kilkenny on a Trafalgar tour and on a free morning had the opportunity to enjoy a tour on a tourist road train led by Paul Matthews. He was so funny we couldn’t stop laughing. This happened before he drove us around Kilkenny on a...More
The O’Neill Centre Enable Ireland Kilkenny had 2 fantastic trips on the Kilkenny City Tours with our preschool children.
Ivan and Paul were very accommodating and helpful when we were booking taking all our needs into consideration, including going to the trouble of turning down...More
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seats are quite small and narrow so I'd say that it can be not comfy enough for person to move from wheelchair (to the train) but if it's not a problem and questions is if there is place to leave folded wheelchair, it should... More
seats are quite small and narrow so I'd say that it can be not comfy enough for person to move from wheelchair (to the train) but if it's not a problem and questions is if there is place to leave folded wheelchair, it should not be problem + drivers are super nice, friendly and willing to help
Hello everyone, Traveling to Kilkenny in June with the wife and was wondering if the Medieval Mile Pass (39 Euros) is worth it? It says it includes the following: Includes free admission to: Kilkenny Castle Medieval Mile Museum Rothe House Smithwick’s Experience St Canice’s Cathedral & Round Tower Kilkenny Cycling Treasure Hunt Kilkenny Road Train Tours Kilkenny City Tours Train Kilkenny Ghost Tour Discounted prices at a selection of cafes, bars and restaurants along the...More
April 30, 2018|
I think only you can decide if it worth it to you. How many of those places are you planning on visiting, of those, how much is the admission fee per person? If that totals more than 39, then yes, it is worth it, if not then I would say no.