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Wild Wicklow Tour

25 euro Students | 27 Euro adult

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Picking Point 

We will departur at 9 am and ends at 5:30 pm and comes back to where it started – PARNELL SQUARE WEST.


PS – I Love You Bridge


P.S. I ove You is a 2007 blockbuster directed by Richard LaGravenese. It is based on the best-selling novel by Cecelia Ahern. Academy Award Winner Hilary Swank plays the lead role as Holly Kennedy who has been left a series of letters by her late husband Gerry, played by Gerard Butler. Starring alongside them are actors Kathy Bates, Lisa Kudrow and Harry Connick Jr. 


Sally Gap


On the road to Sally Gap, there are spectacular views of the surrounding blanket bog and the Wicklow Mountains.   Sally Gap is one of two east-to-west passes across the Wicklow Mountains. Sally Gaps is a crossroad that leads you North to Dublin, West to Blessington, South to Glendalough or East to Roundwood.


Lough Tay


Lough Tay is, along with Glendalough, one of the most photographed locations in Wicklow. It is fed by the Cloghoge River and then drains into Lough Dan, located to the south.  The beach on the northern side is bright white sand.  It was imported by the Guinness family who’s estate runs through part of the Lough Tay area.  The shape of the lake with the with the white sand at the top makes it look like a Pint of Guinness! 


Glendalough National Park

Glendalough is a place of stunning natural beauty and awe-inspiring landscapes. It also offers a unique mix of natural, historical, archaeological and spiritual riches.

For thousands of years, people have been drawn to this valley carved out by glaciers during the Ice Age. The two lakes which inspired the name of Glendalough (Gleann Da Loch – valley of the two lakes) were formed when the ice thawed.


Powerscourt State & Gardens


Powerscourt Gardens in County Wicklow, one of the most beautiful gardens in Ireland! Powerscourt Gardens were recently voted No.3 in the World’s Top Ten Gardens by National Geographic.The Gardens stretch over 47 acres and offer visitors a sublime blend of formal gardens, sweeping terraces, statues and ornamental lakes, secret hollows and rambling walks. Managed by Head Gardener, Alex Slazenger and a team of four gardeners, Powerscourt Gardens were designed from 1731 onwards, with the desire to create a garden which was part of the wider surrounding landscape. Powerscourt Gardens include The Walled Gardens, The Italian Garden, The Dolphin Pond, The Japanese Gardens, Pets Cemetery and Pepperpot Tower, among other features and attractions.



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