Can you do a day trip to Cliffs of Moher from Dublin?

Can you do a day trip to Cliffs of Moher from Dublin?

Leave Dublin behind for one day and experience the extreme beauty and culture of Ireland! Our Cliffs of Moher tour from Dublin gives you a great balance of the majestic 700ft Cliffs and the wild limestone Burren National Park on Galway Bay.

How long does it take to see the Cliffs of Moher?

1 to 2 hours
How much time should you spend at the Cliffs of Moher? We recommend that you plan at least 1 to 2 hours for your visit. This way you’ll have time to explore the exhibition and enjoy a cliff walk to take in all the brilliant views from the different platforms.

How do I get to the Cliffs of Moher?

One of the most unique ways to see the cliffs is on one of the Cliffs of Moher boat tours. You can climb aboard a ferry at Doolin Pier and you’ll sail below the cliffs. Out of all the ways that I’ve seen the cliffs over the years, this was the most unique, by far.

Can you visit the Cliffs of Moher for free?

Do you have to pay for the Cliffs of Moher? No, you do not need to pay in to see the Cliffs of Moher. You do have to pay for the car park (€6 per person) and into the visitor centre (it’s free in if you pay for parking) but if you don’t have a car, it’s FREE to see the cliffs.

How do you get to Cliffs of Moher without a car?

Easy. Head to the bus station in Galway (located near Eyre Square). From there, take the 350 bus either to Doolin, from where you’ll hike and get cliff access for free, or to Cliffs of Moher Visitor Center, where you’ll get instant access but have to pay an entrance fee.

Can you see the Cliffs of Moher for free?

The only way to access the cliffs for free is to walk from Doolin or Lahinch. The cost of the general ticket to visit the cliffs does not include access to O’Brien’s Tower. Adult admission for the tower is €4. Children under 16 are admitted for free with a paying adult.

How much does it cost to go to the Cliffs of Moher?

technically, the Cliffs are free; the parking is what you pay for, and it is a per person fee, not per car. On the other hand, there is a $2 per car family-owned lot about 1-1/2 miles south of the main visitor lot. There is a very narrow road to the lot, then about a half-mile walk on a gravel path to the Cliffs.

How long is the drive from Dublin to the cliffs?

Its a little under 300km from Dublin to the cliffs of Moher. There are good roads most of the way however. If you were to drive straight, without taking a break, you could probably do it in around 3 and a half hours or so. Most people stop for a break on the way- often in Athlone, which is roughly the half-way mark on the journey.

What is the closest city to the cliffs of Moher?

Lively atmosphere and nightlife

  • Near Cliffs of Moher
  • Access to the Cliffs of Moher Trail
  • Ferry connection to the Aran Islands
  • Cruises and activities
  • Connected by bus
  • How to get to the cliffs of Moher?

    Getting to the Cliffs of Moher by bus or coach tour. If you prefer not to drive or don’t have a car, you can also reach the cliffs by bus. The public bus system connects Galway and Ennis to the Cliffs, (info here) or you can choose between the many coach tours available to the area.. Coach tours depart from Galway, Dublin or Limerick and can be an easy way to get to the cliffs without the

    Do the cliffs of Moher boat tour?

    The cliffs of Moher boat tour is a must do in Doolin. Views are lovely. It’s lovely to see it from sea level after seen it from up above a few times. Great tour . Date of experience: July 2018. Ask 1947M about Doolin2Aran Ferries. Thank 1947M .