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Skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery on Bow Street for a guided tour around the complexes. Listen as your guide explains the ingredients used and learn of the complex brewing and distilling processes. Then, enjoy tastings of the beer and whiskey for which Ireland is famous before concluding the tour.
Avoid the crowds and explore Irish history in peace on this Book of Kells and Dublin Castle exterior tour. Visit the Trinity College Library, home to the famous Book of Kells—widely considered among the most important of all Ireland’s ancient treasures. Listen as your guide brings medieval Ireland to life, shedding light on the Book of Kells’ profound historical significance. Afterward, enjoy a guided walking tour around Dublin Castle’s mighty exterior. Visit the gardens and yards, and learn of the castle’s role as court, fortress, treasury, and jail.
Fall in love with the flavorful Irish cuisine on this delicious food tour! Enjoy a selection of 10 tastings hand-picked by your foodie local host. From yummy must-tries like the wholesome Irish ice-cream to unique dishes like Boxty Fries you’re in for a treat!During this culinary tour in Dublin, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city and its highlights. Wander around Europe’s oldest shopping arcade and explore different types of cuisines. And the cherry on top, do like the locals do and grab a glass of Guinness from a local pub that gets you in the mood with an Irish vibe.Try fries made from authentic Boxty pancakes, munch into sweet, sticky fudge, discover tasty falafels, and savor aromatic French cheeses paired with red wine. And that’s just the beginning; there’s more food to come! Enjoy one of the best ciders in Dublin, try out artisanal chocolate with hot coffee or tea, and a must-have in Dublin, the famous sausage roll.
Enjoy an authentic taste of traditional Irish cuisine on this tasting tour of Dublin. Follow your guide on a walking tour of Dublin’s most popular pubs and restaurants, and get the inside scoop on the city’s culinary scene as you seek out little-known local haunts. This small-group tour is limited to 18 people for a personalized experience and stops at various locations, where you tuck into typical Irish dishes, accompanied by craft beers.
No one knows how to party like the Irish and what better way to join the fun than this great-value backpacker pub-crawl? Meet up with your local guide and like-minded partygoers for an alcohol-fuelled evening including free shots, Guinness, live Irish music and beer pong. The party doesn’t end when the bars close, either – you’ll also enjoy skip-the-line entrance to one of Dublin’s coolest clubs where you can dance until the early hours with your newfound drinking buddies.
Dublin is a magical place! On this private tour, get ready to discover the best highlights the city has to offer and pay a visit to the historic Dublin Castle to know more about the origins of this fascinating place.Get ready to experience Dublin the local way. Enjoy the city to the max and hear more about the origin, history, and culture of Dublin. Stroll past the oldest university in Ireland and visit the first purpose-built Parliament House in the world. See and touch Dublin’s history at the General Post Office, where the Irish fought for Home Rule in 1916.Follow your local host through Dublin’s districts and neighborhoods. Explore the O’Connell Bridge area and its landmarks that reveal the Irish people’s love for ‘craic.’ Stroll through the commemorative Dubh Linn Garden with a Viking past. And step into the birthplace of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travel. Feeling thirsty? Why not a drink! Take a break at a famous local pub that was once a brothel, and enjoy a cider.
Design your own ideal (and cost-efficient) tour of Dublin’s top things to do and see with the Dublin Pass and see attractions such as Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Distillery Bow St. and Glasnevin Cemetery Museum. With your single- or multi-day ticket, visit brew houses, museums, castles, cathedrals and more. Explore the city at your leisure with a hop-on hop-off bus sightseeing tour. Enjoy skip-the-line access to popular sites and discounts at city restaurants and shops. With free entry to more than 30 attractions around town, the Dublin Pass offers something for the whole family.
Check all of Dublin's top attractions off your must-see list with this private full-day tour. With a guide in the lead, you'll be able to focus on the scenery and history of the Irish capital without worrying about navigation and directions. In addition, your guide will show you some hidden gems off the beaten path that most tourists never find. Along the way, you'll get commentary tailored to your interests and recommendations of other places to explore during your trip.
See Dublin from a perspective often missed by visitors on a tour of the city’s dark side. In addition to navigating, your guide provides little-known stories about Dublin’s ghosts, hauntings, murders, and cults. The evening’s itinerary includes stops at the allegedly haunted Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Olympia Theater, and the infamous Hellfire Club.
Discover one of the most dramatic locations in Northern Ireland with a fully guided tour to the Giant’s Causeway from Dublin. Walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and stop en route at two sites used in the filming of the TV series “Game of Thrones.”- Instant confirmation- Expert, English-speaking tour guide- Printed or mobile voucher accepted- See Dunluce Castle- Visit Larrybane Quarry- Get insider knowledge on the filming and locations- Follow in the footsteps of your favorite characters in the show- Visit the Northern Ireland filming locations from "Game of Thrones"- Marvel at the interlocking hexagonal stones of the Giant's Causeway- Small-Group Tour
Take advantage of skip-the-line entry privileges to Dublin's popular Guinness Storehouse. This Signature Package allows you to breeze past the crowds and explore the storehouse and museum at your own pace. Take home a gift package including a 3D fridge magnet and a Guinness Dublin Pint Glass in a presentation gift box. Complimentary pint of Guinness included.
Short on time and want to see as much of Dublin as you can? This tour has you covered. In five hours, you'll see many of the city's top attractions, from Trinity College to Dublin Castle, along with a host of other important historical and cultural attractions along the way.
Learn the history and stories behind traditional Irish music in a fun and informative way during this Dublin Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl, led by two professional musicians. Your guides, who are with you the entire tour, perform songs and instrumental Irish Jigs and Reels. This Dublin experience is more like a moving concert, than a drinking pub crawl. Along with a lot of audience participation, you’ll enjoy an interactive evening of Irish music and dancing.
Immerse yourself in a night of traditional food and entertainment at the Irish House Party in Dublin. You’ll experience one of the city’s best ways to spend an evening at this dinner-and-show event complete with authentic Irish fare, diverse music, dancing and storytelling. Enjoy some Traditional Irish food like Guinness stew and Baileys-infused chocolate cake, and sing and dance the night away with a talented group of performers.
Discover Dublin’s rich literary heritage while absorbing the convivial ambience of traditional pubs on a literary pub crawl. Wander Dublin’s charming streets to visit sites and pubs that inspired some of the country’s most famous writers; enjoy refreshing pints of locally brewed ale and sample local specialties (own expense); and put your newfound knowledge to the test in a fun-filled literary quiz at the end of your tour. Delve into Dublin’s literary past and exciting pub culture with entertaining and informative actors during this enriching experience.
Travel back in time to the darkened days of Victorian Dublin during a 1.5-hour waling tour of the Glasnevin Cemetery, winner of the coveted TripAdvisor Certificate of excellence in 2014. With a knowledgeable guide, absorb the tranquil atmosphere of the area as you stroll past headstones belonging to fascinating Irish characters. Hear entertaining anecdotes surrounding the thieves, rebels, authors and politicians laid to rest in the cemetery, and then visit the museum to enrich your knowledge further. Receive discounts on gift shop purchases and café refreshments after your enriching tour.
Visit Dublin’s top sites on this guided historical walking tour. Choose from a morning or afternoon departure, then see famous landmark locations beginning with Trinity College and moving on to Dublin Castle, Old Irish Parliament, Temple Bar and many more. Stroll along the cobbled alleyways and learn about Dublin’s medieval past. Also, gain entry to some of the city’s top buildings and courtyards.
Winter is coming! Here’s a chance to represent House Stark and roam the grounds of Winterfell on this comprehensive Game of Thrones tour. Visiting several filming locations south of Belfast, guides use video clips and VFX breakdowns to show how scenes were made. Putting on winter cloaks, carrying the Stark banner and wielding a prop sword (all provided), guests will be immersed in the scenic fantasy world of Game of Thrones.
The 1916 Rebellion is a crucial moment in Irish History and the event is still very much a part of Dublin today. Step into the past with a local and visit the spots where rebels fought for the freedom of their country. Plus hear about the events that brought Ireland to the point of rebellion.Start your local experience hearing about the Great Irish Famine. From the memorial to the ships that transported Irish people to America, this sad event is still remembered all over the city. Your local host will explain how the famine drove the Irish people to rebel on Easter Monday 1916.Swing by Arbour Hill Cemetary and Prison which is the burial site of 14 of the leaders of the rebellion. Then finish your historical experience in front of Kilmainham Gaol. Now a museum, this impressive building is a former prison and the spot where the rebels were imprisoned and executed.
Visiting Dublin is not experiencing the real Ireland. Or at least not all of it. This guided day trip from Dublin to Wicklow National Park shuttles you to a different side of Ireland. Take a leisurely hike through the park. After the hike, indulge in a hearty Irish lunch in a Victorian village and then spend time in Glendalough, taking in the medieval ambiance of the place.
Kickstart your time in Dublin with a 90-minute introduction of the city with the help of your favorite local. See the main highlights of Dublin and discover the best the city has to offer. Your local host will answer all of your travel questions and will provide you with local insights and recommendations according to your liking.On this private tour, you’ll visit the must-see historical spots of Dublin, but also see hidden places that will give an authentic feeling of the city. Go to the vibrant Temple Bar district lined with boutiques, cafes, galleries, and pubs, and see the birthplace of Johnathan Swift, author of Gulliver's Travels. Hear about the deeds of Darkey Kelly, Ireland’s first serial killer, as well as a visit to the Medieval Tower, the oldest and most intact area of Dublin.Get insights on the local lifestyle and find out true stories about the city’s past as you take in vibrant, full-of-life present Dublin. Historical facts, local stories, and great tips & tricks.
Our brewery tour experience is led by a tour guide who has worked at two top attractions in Ireland: the Guinness Storehouse and Kilmainham Gaol. The first part of the tour is the story of Rascals Brewing Company. Visitors will learn how the founders – a husband and wife team – took inspiration from the craft beer scene in New Zealand and decided to pursue a dream of setting up a Dublin brewery. Visitors are brought through the brewery floor to a mezzanine where the tour of the brewing facilities begins. At all times we engage the senses of visitors. We ask them to smell the hops or taste the malted barley used in our beer production. Visitors get up close to the fermenters and brewing vessels, hearing and seeing how our beer is made. The tour concludes with a generous tasting of Rascals finest beers as well as flatbread from our wood-fired pizza oven. No other visitor experience in Dublin provides such behind-the-scenes and engaging access to a real working brewery!
An up-and-coming cosmopolitan city with elegant Georgian architecture, along with a fascinating historical past! On this private tour, get ready to discover the best highlights the city has to offer, as well as its unique hidden gems with your favorite local.Get ready to experience Dublin the local way. Enjoy the city to the max and hear more about the origin, history, and culture of Dublin. Stroll past the oldest university in Ireland and visit the first purpose-built Parliament House in the world. See and touch Dublin’s history at the General Post Office, where the Irish fought for Home Rule in 1916.Follow your local host through Dublin’s districts and neighborhoods. Explore the O’Connell Bridge area and its landmarks that reveal the Irish people’s love for ‘craic.’ Stroll through the commemorative Dubh Linn Garden with a Viking past. And step into the birthplace of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travel, and hear about his satire plan for solving poverty issues.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience living history.For over 30 years a conflict dominated international news and it affected all aspects of life for the people of Northern Ireland.Visit the medieval town of Carlingford with its impressive Norman castle, nestled at the base of the Cooley Mountains with stunning views across the bay of the Mountains of Mournes On this tour we examine some of the the events that took place and the difference between the conflict in the city of Belfast and the rural areas like South Armagh, known by the media as ‘Bandit Country’, In Belfast ex political prisoners from both communities will guide us through the areas they grew up in and were intimately involved in the troubles and spent time in jail for their beliefs. We invite you to hear first-hand accounts of this turbulent period of modern history and hear the Stories behind the artwork and and how the troubles effected the guides own families.