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Collins Day Tours

Fox House 37 College Green, Dublin D02 W599, Ireland
+353 1 677 0837
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Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough and Kilkenny Day Tour from Dublin
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Fox House 37 College Green, Dublin D02 W599, Ireland
+353 1 677 0837

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Reviewed yesterday

I had a spare day on my visit in Dublin last march and I've decide for this tour. Great choic. Absolutly magnificent scenaries and a charming tour guide, Pat with a perfect driver JP they took us along a very interesting tour. Couldn't ask for...More

Thank crislondon08
Reviewed 4 days ago

We were on the trip to Wicklow, Glendalough and Kilkenny on May 17, 2017. Tour was great! We went there on the comfortable buss. Our guide was telling a lot of interesting stories and visited places were butiful. I can advise this tour to anyone

Thank Iliya K
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Do not hesitate to book this tour. Pat was a gracious and knowledgeable guide on this fascinating day filled with history, geology, lore, and culture.

Thank Matthew S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Pat was the best tour guide we had in Ireland. The trip to Kilkenny was very educational and fun because of Pat. Pat sang at the end and even had a poem prepared for us. Shout out to his driver Raimus as well. Take this...More

Thank Benigno M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Last week we spent a wonderful day traveling to Glendalough, Wicklow Gap and Kilkenny. Our guide Brian was a great storyteller! He told us a lot about the history of the places we visited and about the nature. He knew some really fascinating stories that...More

1  Thank Natalie Y
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My brother and I took a trip with them to see Glendalough and Kilkenny, and we had an amazing time. The bus driver was Shawn and the tour guide was Patrick; who was great company and he made sure we knew exactly where we were...More

1  Thank Alexa W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The three of us, my mom, brother and me, spend a couple of days in Dublin and wanted to see some more of the country, its nature and its history. This tour was a great choice! Our tourguide Pat and driver Sean gave us a...More

1  Thank Mark A
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and me just returned from the Kilkenny tour and have to strongly recommend Collins Tours for this wonderfull day. Pat is a guide that loves his work and puts all his energy on what he does. We enjoyed e ver minute of this...More

1  Thank alonsojusto
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our tour, on the 15th of May was well organised and most enjoyable, in spite of the rain. Pat our guide was brilliant. His love and enthusiasm for Ireland is infectious. His storytelling and knowledge is reminiscent of a bard. He even lent me his...More

1  Thank Carine S
Reviewed 1 week ago

This day trip was one of the best guided tours I've had in my 30 years of travel. Without a doubt this was due to our guide Pat whose commentary from start to finish was absolutely enjoyable and interesting, and the skilful driver Sean. Pat...More

1  Thank Cjazzazz
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Leean A
Hello. I am considering this day trip from Dublin. Does Collins Day Tour allow enough time to do these 3 things at the 3 hour Kilkenny stop: eat lunch in a restaurant, take the complimentary walking tour and tour the Kilkenny Castle (I have heard the castle takes over an hour)? If not, are there quick, take-away, lunch options there? Thank you!
10 March 2017|
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Response from cgijsen | Reviewed this property |
Hello,yes there is enough time in Kilkenny if you don't visit the castle. But if you want to visit the castle, you will find many pubs and fast foods or you can buy sandwiches . If you want to go to Glendalough, you will not... More
Hello, Is there enough time in Kilkenny to visit Smithwick's Brewery? Thanks!
16 February 2017|
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Response from J C | Property representative |
Hello! Many thanks for your enquiry.There is time to visit the Brewery in Kilkenny. The total time in Kilkenny is nearly 3 hours. We suggest you get a light lunch in the area around the Brewery and then the Smithwicks... More
Tom K
I will be arriving on October 15, 2016. I am booked for a week in Knocktopher Abbey in Co. Kilkenny. I am traveling solo and I have made arrangements for a rental car. Would it be possible to book a day trip private tour from Kilkenny to Killarney, Ring of Kerry and Dingle? What would the cost be? I might be willing to stay overnight and extend the tour to include other West Coast sites.
20 September 2016|
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Response from J C | Property representative |
Dear Tom. Thanks for yoru question! We just do the day tour from Dublin to Glendalough Wicklow Gap and Kilkenny. Many guests take the day tour to get to Kilkenny and then either stay there or continue towards Cork or Kerry... More