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  • They now have an interactive Atlantic Edge experience to mirror the one you used to get in person
  • There is however a very warm and convenient toilet block located inside the Atlantic Edge experience building which is available for all to use and an overpriced cafe
  • If you hire a car as we did it will cost you 8 Euro per car no matter how many inhabitants are in the vehicle
  • I would recommend after hire costs and petrol costs that you take a tour bus to the cliffs, as this will include quite a few other sites as well and the vehicle cost to see the cliffs will be included in the tour
  • The Cliffs themselves are amazing and definitely worth a look

    • by Louise Bodale
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      I stayed in Galway in late November and visited the Cliffs of Moher. It wasn’t the first time either. And last time was better! Five years ago you could walk right down to the concrete cliffs edge viewing platform, lie down and stick your head over the edge if you dared. And that was amazing. Now the Cliffs have fenced off even further for the tourists safety.

      They now have an interactive Atlantic Edge experience to mirror the one you used to get in person. I haven’t personally experienced it and it costs 4.95 euro per adult to do it. There is however a very warm and convenient toilet block located inside the Atlantic Edge experience building which is available


      for all to use and an overpriced cafe.

      To get to the Cliffs itself their is a charge per vehicle. If you hire a car as we did it will cost you 8 Euro per car no matter how many inhabitants are in the vehicle. I would recommend after hire costs and petrol costs that you take a tour bus to the cliffs, as this will include quite a few other sites as well and the vehicle cost to see the cliffs will be included in the tour. Most tours depart from Galway although some will depart from Dublin. ( You will have quite a long bus journey ahead of you if you go from Dublin though.)

      The Cliffs themselves are ...


      • amazing and definitely worth a look. They were one of my natural highlights of Dublin. The sheer size of the the cliffs and the green beauty of the surrounding country side make them a must see of Ireland. when you arrive at the cliffs you can walk left or right along the cliffs. To the right is a steep concreted path with accessible steps and railings. Along this walk there are several pay per view binoculars that you can use. This view is impressive looking back along the cliffs. It takes about 5 min for a fit person to get to the top.

        To the left is a walk along the cliffs which is my favorite. You’re not supposed to

        do it and there are lots of signs but pretty much everyone ignores them ( except maybe if you’re in a tour?) This walk allows you to walk along the tops of the cliff. We walked for about 20 min, although you could go to the very last cliff which I estimate might be 35-40 min along. This time is however based on stopping for lots of spectacular natural photos and to enjoy the fresh cliff top air.

        It is generally very cold on the cliffs, make sure you bring a really warm coat, scarf and gloves. The Cliffs of Moher are very impressive and I highly recommend anyone traveling to Ireland to take the time for a walk along the cliffs.




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