Full Day Excursion to Cork, the Titanic's Last Port of Call and Blarney Castle
Enjoy a scenic train ride through the heart of Ireland and pass by sites such as Kildare, Newbridge and Mallow. Once in Cork, explore the city's beautiful attractions including Blarney Stone.
- Any cancellations made after 07:00 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
|Adult (Age 16 & Up)||$191|
|Student (Age 16 & Up)||$172|
|Child (Age 5-15)||$96|
|Infant (Age 0-4)||$24|
- Transportation fee
- Train fare
- 13 (hrs)
Check In/Pickup Location Details
You will be checked in by a Railtours Ireland staff in bright yellow jacket.
- The activity schedule is subject to change without prior notice.
Dressing & Items to Bring
- Students must present ISIC at check in otherwise adult fare will apply.
|Full Day Excursion to Cork, the Titanic's Last Port of Call and Blarney Castle|
Check in at Dublin Heuston Station
Travel by Train to Cork
Travel south to the County of Cork, passing through the lush countryside of County Kildare and many famous towns. See some of Ireland's thoroughbreds being put to their paces at the Curragh of Kildare. The final stop will be at the town of Mallow where a you will transfer to a tour coach.
Arrival in Cork & Blarney Castle (Don't forget to kiss the famous stone!)
Board the InterCity Express towards Cork, then hop aboard the bus to Blarney. Visit the historic Blarney Castle and Gardens, and of course the Blarney stone. Legend says that if you kiss the Blarney Stone, you will gain the "gift of gab," the talent of charming and persuasive talking.
Cork & Cobh Heritage Centre
Cobh's Queenstown Story Heritage Centre is in the beautifully restored Victorian railway station and transatlantic terminal. This was the point for generations of Irish emigrants who arrived in a new world escaping famine. Cobh was known for being the last port the Titanic ever docked in.
Tour ends at Dublin Heuston Station