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The train was a great way to get around Ireland. The people were very friendly and helpful. The train was always on time. The bathrooms could have been cleaned a bit more frequently. People left their garbage on the train but it seems they do...More
Train from Dublin to Limerick then coach to burst toy castle, cliffs of moher and back to Galway to catch train back to Dublin. The tour escort we had was great and shared a bottle of Irish Whisky on the train back to Dublin. Highly...More
I love to travel by train and have done so all over the civilized world but had never traveled via inter city train in Ireland. We book a round trip from Dublin to Belfast. The good news is that the trip itself is only a...More
40 mins on little train going South takes you over grand canal, past Lansdowne road rugby, and all along coast to enjoy stunning views over the water. Jump off at Bray and seaside 50 yards away. Beautiful pebble beach and long, flat and spotless promenade....More
We arrived on the train with great expectations,that soon disappeared at our first dinner,when we were told what wine they would be serving. I do not drink white wine I asked for a glass of Rose`,they did not have any!!! I tried the white it...More
Train trip on Belmonds luxury train left much to be desired.
Poor management and inability to return to train when one wished created a lot of dissatisfaction.
Communication regarding off train activities and timing was well short of what one would expect.
Food generally ok...More
We booked this trip 2 weeks in advance of our trip. We received a call around 3pm the day before our trip but were not able to respond until we reached our hotel at 5pm. When we responded we were told the trip was cancelled...More
Prompt and courteous service throughout the three day trip along the west coast of Ireland.
A combination of train and bus trip.
Good guide, hotels , attractions including castles, cliffs and countryside.
The inter city is very good and relaxing from dublin to any part in ireland we used it when we wents to the cliffes of moher without a tour just booked a family ticket and then took the express to the cliffs and back to...More
Response from TravelingPhil | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can train to Killarney one day and return the next.. Killarney has tour services available. Check on the Internet. You can book a one day tour for The Ring of Killarney and catch an evening train back to Dublin.