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Getting Around
Bus, train, tram, taxi, bicycle…
Sights & Sounds
Shopping, museums, castles…
Nature & Surrounds
Nature trails, MTB, kayaking…

Getting & Around

If not travelling by private vehicle, Ireland has a variety of public transportation, car and bike rental options to assist in getting about.


Plan your journey by bus, train or tram with Transport for Ireland.


There are a number of car rental services.
One which we can recommend is a car rental service with a difference – you only pay for what you use


A popular option for those wanting to combine travel with a bit of exercise.
There are various bike rental options from Fatbikes to mountain bikes to electric bikes.

Sights & Sounds

Mount Usher Gardens

One of only 3 Irish gardens with a top rating from the UK’s The Good Gardens Guide, Mount Usher is not simply one of Ireland’s greatest gardens, but it’s a world-class example of a so-called Robinsonian garden, with its relaxed informality and natural layout. Monty Don has described it as one of his favourite gardens anywhere.

N11 House

N11 @ the Ashford House is Ashford, Wicklow’s newest bar and restaurant experience.
Our Wicklow family restaurant offers diners a modern and homely restaurant experience that combines delicious food with a comfortable inviting atmosphere.

Our convenient location – with ample free parking – welcomes families from all over Wicklow.
Our menu has been carefully crafted by our professional chefs and combines familiar favourites with some more adventurous dishes; which have been influenced by cuisines from all over the world.

Nature & Surrounds

Devil’s Glen Forest

The Devil’s Glen boasts a dramatic landscape that was fashioned at the end of the Ice Age when the melt waters of the ice sheet created the valley. The resultant gorge affords a swift decent for the Vartry River as it makes its way from the Vartry Reservoir to nearby Ashford village. The site was once part of the Glanmore estate, former ancestral home of John Millington Synge. On the northern bank of the river you can see the privately owned Tottenham Estate.

Two car-parks service the Devils Glen. One of these car parks is located at the County road close to the start of the Seamus Heaney way this car-park has a capacity of 5 cars and is always accessible. A second car-park with a capacity of 25 cars and a coach-park are located at the start of the Waterfall Walk, access to these parking areas is limited to 9am to 5pm daily the opening hours of the barrier to the Devils Glen.


Glendalough is one of Ireland’s most beautiful visitors’ destinations.

For thousands of years people have been drawn to ‘the valley of the two lakes‘ for its spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife. Glendalough is a remarkable place that will still your mind, inspire your heart and fill your soul.

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