The beauty of Glendalough

One of my favorite all-time movies would be “P.S I Love You” and so I traveled far enough to visit the location where Gerry and Holly met, wishing that I will meet someone like Gerry too. Hopeless romantic!

Glendalough was derived from the Irish word “Gleann da locha”, meaning the Glen of two Lakes. It combines monastic ruins with a stunning natural setting in the Wicklow Mountains. I’m not a nature-scenery-kind-of-traveler but I fell in love with this place and I know that you will too…!


HOW TO GET THERE?

Just book a day tour at PADDYWAGON – Glendalough for a hassle-free tour


HOW MUCH?

€ 25/person


See the pictures below:

Lough Tay (Irish: Loch Té) or The Guinness Lake

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Monasterboice High Cross and Round Tower

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Glendalough Upper Lake

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Much love, 

aaa

 

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