Had a fabulous day with Michael as our driver and tour guide. He was fun, witty, always welcoming and so knowledgeable. Has given me a 1st class impression of Lally Tours. Thank you Michael!
Save money on rental car and attraction entrance fees with this Connemara tour that focuses on free-to-enter sights such as villages—although you’ll likely want to pay extra to visit Kylemore Abbey. Experience the villages of Leenane and Irish-speaking Spiddal, stop for photos at Killary Fjord, and soak up Connemara’s sweeping landscapes as your local driver/guide explains it all.
Meet your coach in Galway city center or at your central hotel and learn about Connemara culture and the many movies that have filmed there from your friendly local guide. Your first stop is mountainside Leenane village, the setting of 1990’s film The Field, followed by Ireland’s only fjord, Killary Fjord.
Next, stop at Kylemore Abbey, a 19th-century castle set on a pretty lake surrounded by mountains. Today, it’s home to Benedictine nuns and award-winning Victorian walled gardens. From here, visit Spiddal, an Irish-speaking village where thatched cottages look onto the beach and North Atlantic Ocean. At the end of the tour, the coach will drop you in the city center.
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I just want to start off by saying our driver Kevin was great. Between him and our Irish Rail Tour guide, Johnathan we had the best time. You can have awful weather and still enjoy your day trip with these two in tow. My 5th...More
This is a must when visiting Connemara, we went with Lally Tours who were great! You have a 2 hour stop over here visiting the main house and the chapel. Both of which, was situated in such amazing surroundings - very tranquil and peaceful. There...More
Kylemore abbey was wonderful and we had 2 full hours there to discover the beauty of the place (even if we had to pay an extra 8€ to get in) . The guide was nice and informative (despite a very heavy Irish accent which made...More
A friend and I are living in Northern Ireland for the year, and the one week we had off from work was used by travelling through Ireland. Going on those really touristy trips wouldn't have been an idea of us, if others wouldn't have told...More