Tågresa till Cork och Blarney Castle från Dublin
You'll then transfer to Cobh where the Queenstown Story Heritage Center is located in the beautifully restored Victorian railway station and transatlantic terminal. This was the embarkation point for generations of Irish emigrants from famine times to recent years.
- Host on trains
- Information pack
- Entrance fees
- Reserved seats on trains
- Qualified driver-guide on coaches
- All travel by rail and coach from Dublin
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- For infants 4 years and under, a fee of EUR15,00 per day is payable direct
- Wheelchair accessibility: As long as the passenger has some mobility then this tour would be suitable. Trains in Ireland are wheelchair friendly however buses/coaches are not. The guest would have to be able to climb the steps on to the bus. Mobility Scooters cannot be accommodated on this tour.
- This tour offers stops en route for photographs, shopping, etc
- Due to operational reasons it may, on occasion, be necessary to alter certain itineraries
- Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
The excursion was very informative and interesting. Had a lot of time to explore Blarney Castle. The grounds were beautiful and climbing up to the Blarney Stone was exciting. I was very impressed with the organization and our guide.
We were extremely pleased with the trip to Cork, Blarney Castle, and Cobh. Our tour guide, Norman, was outstanding and provided excellent information on the trip. I would highly recommend this tour, especially if you have a limited amount of time in Ireland and would like to see as much as possible. We fell like it was a very good value for our time and money. Thanks!
The great part about this tour was that you rode on a train for the long portions of the trip. You could stand up and get stuff from the cafe car, which is much better than being stuck on a coach for hours. We got a considerable amount of time at Blarney. Enough to kiss the stone, walk around the property and have lunch. Then we got to see Cork and Cobh. In Cobh we saw mass graves for Lusitania victims, a cathedral and then the immigration/titanic center. Afterwards, another train ride back to Dublin. In the future, this is how I prefer tours. I can’t overstate how nice it is to be able to stand and move around vs, being seat belted into the bus. The train ride, in addition, passed by several ruins of castles. It was a great ride.
Had an amazing time. The tour guides were great, very knowledgeable of the area.
Sites were amazing. Blarney castle and Cove Emigration center was a must see! We spent minimal time in Cork. Train ride was fun and relaxing. One suggestion - The tour company ran 4 tours simultaneously on the outbound train (1/2 day tour, full day tour, 3 day tour and 7 day tour), so this made some of the logistics a little confusing, and made the initial tour size pretty large and not very personal.
We had an excellent time on this trip! Our guides were very organized and expert at shepherding a large group of people from train to bus, and made sure to count heads before leaving each location. We enjoyed the train ride, especially on the way back after a long day of visiting Blarney Castle and the town of Blarney for lunch and shopping, and seeing the other sights in Cobh. I highly recommend this tour.
Our trip was wonderful. Our guide Jonathan was extremely knowledgeable about the area and the history which made the tour that much more enjoyable. Highly recommend this trip!