Day Tour Plus Cork City, Blarney & Cobh Railtour

Railtours Ireland First Class

INFORMATION

Day Tour Plus Cork City, Blarney & Cobh Railtour
An overnight tour to Ireland’s Southern capital, Cork City, visiting the world renowned Blarney Stone and the Queenstown Story at Cobh, famous as the Titanic’s last port of call.

Your tour includes four star standard Hotel accommodation in Cork City Centre  with its large selection of cosy pubs and restaurants for you to explore and enjoy.
Kiss The Blarney Stone and get the gift of the gab as you explore Blarney Castle and traditional Irish village. Enjoy the picture postcard coastal town of Cobh, with it’s imposing Cathedral and fascinating maritime history. Visit the Queenstown Story. Your day tour ends with the return journey from Cobh to Dublin

PRICE

Adult : €238.00
Student : €218.00
Child: €188.00

TOUR DEPARTS

14:00 Depart Dublin Heuston Station for Cork
16.40 Arrive Cork Kent Station

 TOUR RETURNS

20:00 Dublin Heuston Station

FEATURES

  • Overnight trip from Dublin to Cork
  • Visit Cork and Blarney Castle, kiss Ireland’s most famous landmark – the Blarney Stone
  • Free time to wander and have lunch* in Blarney village
  • Enjoy an evening in Cork City

EXTRA INFORMATION

  • Hosted train travel
  • Railtours Ireland First Class operates from Monday to Saturday
  • Friendly, professional local guide
  • Information pack provided
  • Lunch not included in the tour price
  • Check in at Heuston Station for departure: 3.40pm

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INFORMATION

Day Tour Plus Cork City, Blarney & Cobh Railtour
An overnight tour to Ireland’s Southern capital, Cork City, visiting the world renowned Blarney Stone and the Queenstown Story at Cobh, famous as the Titanic’s last port of call.

Your tour includes four star standard Hotel accommodation in Cork City Centre  with its large selection of cosy pubs and restaurants for you to explore and enjoy.
Kiss The Blarney Stone and get the gift of the gab as you explore Blarney Castle and traditional Irish village. Enjoy the picture postcard coastal town of Cobh, with it’s imposing Cathedral and fascinating maritime history. Visit the Queenstown Story. Your day tour ends with the return journey from Cobh to Dublin

PRICE

Adult : €238.00
Student : €218.00
Child: €188.00

TOUR DEPARTS

14:00 Depart Dublin Heuston Station for Cork
16.40 Arrive Cork Kent Station

 TOUR RETURNS

20:00 Dublin Heuston Station

FEATURES

  • Overnight trip from Dublin to Cork
  • Visit Cork and Blarney Castle, kiss Ireland’s most famous landmark – the Blarney Stone
  • Free time to wander and have lunch* in Blarney village
  • Enjoy an evening in Cork City

EXTRA INFORMATION

  • Hosted train travel
  • Railtours Ireland First Class operates from Monday to Saturday
  • Friendly, professional local guide
  • Information pack provided
  • Lunch not included in the tour price
  • Check in at Heuston Station for departure: 3.40pm

Departure from Dublin Heuston Station to Cork

1.40pm check in for departure at 2pm from Dublin Heuston Station to Killarney. Travel in style across Ireland to Cork, enjoy on board services and the comfort of rail travel. Check into your 4 star hotel before spending the evening exploring Cork City, with its quaint local pubs and restaurants. Enjoy Cork’s Famous English Market, take in the wonderful Crawford Gallery and soak up the local atmosphere in the city’s pubs and restaurants.

Blarney Castle

Enjoy an Irish Breakfast in your 4 star hotel before heading by coach to magical Blarney Castle. Built in 1446 Blarney Castle is a world famous landmark and one of the prettiest setting in Ireland. Don’t forget to kiss the Blarney stone to get the Irish gift of the gab! Explore historical Blarney village, with its array of quaint shops and restaurants, grab lunch- as this will be the only opportunity during the day to have a substantial meal.

Cork City and Cobh

We say good bye to Blarney and head back to Cork for a short city tour of the Southern Capital. Cork sits on an island on the River Lee and has a fascinating history at the heart of the rebel county. After out short city tour, we head to the picturesque coastal town of Cobh, Home to the imposing St. Colman’s Cathedral and the last port of call of the Titanic. After a visit to St. Colman’s, we follow the sea front, past the former While Star Line offices en route to Cobh’s Victorian railway stations. Now the Cobh heritage centre, the beautifully restored station is houses stories of the Great Famine and subsequent Irish Emigration, 3 million Irish people left Ireland via Cóbh, (principally to the United States) including Annie Moore, whose memorial statue is located in front of the heritage centre. Cobh was also the tragic location of the sinking of the Lusitania, and the refuge for all of the survivors. Cóbh is also the headquarters of the Irish Navy and you will most likely see some navy ships.

Cobh-Dublin

Your day tour ends with the return journey from Cobh to Dublin. You can choose to either return to Dublin via rail or spend the night and return the following day with your open ended return rail ticket. (Accommodation is not included) Railtours First Class returns to Dublin at 8.00pm.

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DEPARTURE POINT - HEUSTON STATION

BLARNEY CASTLE

COBH, Co. Cork

CORK CITY

Contact Details

Dualway Coaches Ltd, Keatings
Park, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin
Tel: 00353 (0) 1 685 4045
Email: info@dualway.com

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