Day tour of Wicklow, Glendalough and Powerscourt

Enjoy a fun filled day tour in County Wicklow with a real difference. You will have the option to leave the tour bus and get out into the Irish Countryside to enjoy a guided walk, horse riding or cycling.

If you don’t want to do any activity, you can visit The Powerscourt Gardens. (Reduced rate of €6.50 not covered in the tour cost)

This Tour has been awarded “A Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor”.

The tour includes Enniskerry (Film location of “P.S. I Love You”), Powerscourt Waterfall, Lough Tay, The Guinness Estate (Film Location of “Brave Heart”), Sally Gap and Glendalough (Valley of the two lakes) with stops to take some photos.

The activities, suitable for beginners and experienced, are guided and include equipment. The guides are very friendly and full of local history of the areas visited.

  • Fun filled day tours
  • Friendly guides
  • Photo stops
  • Activities
Open Year Round

Tour Times:

Pickup Point From Dublin:
Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham, O’Connell St,D01 C3W7: 09:20
Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk St, D02 EH32: 09:35

Return to Dublin at 17.30 approximately


Admission Prices 2019:

Tour Only: €28.00

Guided Walk: €38.00

Horse Riding: €85.00

Cycling: €85.00

Useful Information

Return to Dublin approx 17:30

City Centre on-street pay & display and multi-storey parking if you arrive by car


Getting There

Bus: Buses to City Centre
Luas (Green): O’Connell Upper, Dawson
Luas (Red): Abbey Street
DART: Dublin Pearse



Map Location: 53.351419, -6.260858
Contact Day Tours of Wicklow from Dublin City

17 Dodder Lawn, Dodder Valley Park, Firehouse, Dublin 24, Ireland

Eircode: D24 WV1X
T: +353 (0)87 784 9599
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