Adare Village Killarney Town and Muckross House Day Tour from Limerick
- Price from:
- 27 EUR /person
- 00 353 61 384700
- 00 353 61 384800
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Limerick Tourist Office with pick ups from most Hotels in Limerick
- Location Finish:
- As Above
- Start time:
- 09.30 am
- End time:
- 06.30 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 05/03/2010
DEPARTS EVERY TUESDAY
The Kindom of Kerry awaits us today, with stunning views as we head down to Killarney National Park.A tea stop in the pretty village of Adare- with quaint thatched cottages,
Our first stop is in the pretty village of Adare, you can shop or relax in the park . On our way to Killarney we pass through Towns & villages with plenty of character.
Just outside Killarney we stop at a view point and we start to see views of Killarney National Park which covers some 25 thousand sq. acres.
We make our way to Muckross House where you have ample time to walk around the gardens or have a bite to eat before we depart for Torc Waterfall. OR if you like to take a tour of Muckross House you can stay longer and we will come back from the waterfall to pick you up . We then make our way into Killarney Town for shopping before we make the return journey back to Limerick.
- Extras -
- No meals admissions or gratuities included in price.
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