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Dublin Independent 4-day Rail Tour From London

Dublin Independent 4-day Rail Tour From London Packages
Country: United Kingdom
City: London
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Culture Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Plan your own itinerary in Dublin with this independent 4 Day tour from London, including hotel accommodations and all transportation. Travel by train and cruise ferry to the city center. Spend your time how you’d like, with main spots, such as the Guinness Storehouse, Kilmainham Gaol, Old Jameson Distillery, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the Book of Kels exhibit at Trinity College all close by.

Independent Multi-Day Rail Trip from London to Dublin Scenic return train trip to Wales included Enjoy a return sea crossing from Wales to Ireland by cruise ferry 3-star accommodation in Dublin included Avoid the hassles of airports and travel to Ireland the eco-friendly way!

Explore More About Dublin Scenic Train Ride...

This scenic and speedy train line serves a whole host of stops along Dublin's picturesque coast, and you can pick up one-day, three-day, or week-long tickets. The gorgeous coastal villages—Howth, Dalkey, Dún Laoghaire, Malahide, and Skerries—are must-sees but there are plenty more hidden gems just waiting to be explored along this beautiful stretch. Here are our top tips for the best places to visit...

Grand Canal Dock

The past few years have seen the Dublin tech scene positively explode. The city is now home to the likes of Google, Facebook, and Etsy, and unsurprisingly, a vibrant hub of cosmopolitan life has developed around them. Hop off the DART at the trendy district of Grand Canal, and stroll through ‘Dublin Tech Town’, where you’ll find cafés, restaurants, theatres, and bars aplenty.


Sandymount Strand is a gorgeous Blue Flag-awarded stretch of beach that’s home to a unique symbol of Dublin; the Poolbeg Chimneys. Take a walk through the nature reserve towards the South Wall pier and Lighthouse, or if you’re feeling adventurous, try kitesurfing along the beach, before heading into Sandymount village for dinner. You’ll find cafés, restaurants, and artisan shops all situated around the town’s pretty central green.


At just under 3km, this bracing cliff walk from Suton DART station to Howth is ideal for both hiking enthusiasts and those looking for a relaxed but beautiful amble. In Sutton you’ll also find a Martello Tower, the first of 50 to be built in Ireland in 1804 as a defense against a potential attack by Napoleon Bonaparte. This one has been revamped as a unique and luxurious accommodation option that offers panoramic views of the bay and the Burrow.


This charming coastal suburb on the northside of the city is positively steeped in history, as it was the site of the famous ‘Battle of Clontarf’ way back in 1014.


Hop off the DART at Raheny on the northside, and it’s just a 1km walk to Bull Island. This lush national nature reserve is a paradise for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts and is home to Golden Beach, dunes, mudflats, marsh, and grassland. Indeed, it’s a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve due to the habitats and species that call it home. In Raheny you’ll also find St. Anne’s Park, expansive greenery with woodlands, rose gardens, and pretty water features, all waiting to be explored.

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