Aran Islands Day Tour by Train

Tour Type: Day Tour Tour Operator: Railtours Tour Duration: 12 Hours (Approx)

What can I expect

  • Day tour to Aran Islands
  • Experience the West of Ireland like never before
  • Admission to visitor attractions
  • Reserved seats on the train
  • Scenic flight to Inis Mór

Aran Islands Day Tour By Train

  • Once you have checked in you will board the train and begin your day tour to the west of Ireland as the train departs Heuston Rail Station at 7:35am.

  • You will head through the suburbs of Dublin City as you travel in a south-westerly direction through Co.Kildare.

  • You will than pass through the famous racecourse known as the Curragh as well as Bog of Allen and peat-lands as you venture through the midlands of the country.

  • The small town of Tullamore is next on your journey as you go through Clara across farmlands in the north of Offaly.

  • You will enter the West after you cross the border between Leinster and Connacht which is marked by the River Shannon.

  • Now that you are in the west of Ireland you will start to notice its absolute beauty as you will start to get a glimpse of Galway Bay.

  • When you arrive in Galway you will be transferred to Connemara Airport by Aer Arann mini-coach for the short flight to Inis Mór.

  • Your tour of Inis Mór begins and ends at the island's airport.

  • On the tour you will go to 'Seven Churches' for 15 minutes and Dún Aonghusa for 75 minutes and then stop off at Kilronan village for lunch for about 45 minutes.

  • You will fly back to Galway and be brought to the Tourist Office. You should now have a bit of time in Galway City Centre where you can do shopping or some exploring before boarding the train back to Dublin at 7:20pm

  • Arrive back in Heuston Station


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