Getting Here and Around in Glendalough

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Getting Here and Around

If you're driving, consider taking the scenic route along R115, but be prepared for awesome, austere mountain passes. Don't take this route if you're in a hurry—it takes about an hour and 45 minutes, while the faster route on the N11 takes one hour—and don't expect a lot of signage—just concentrate on the nifty views.

St. Kevin's Bus has daily service between Dublin and Glendalough, with a stop in Bray. The trip takes 1½ hours. There is no direct train to Glendalough, but you can take the Irish Rail train from Dublin as far as Rathdrum (1 hour 20 minutes) and then take a taxi (approximately €10) the 11 km (7 miles) from there to Glendalough.

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