Your tour begins in Bernado Square, next to Dublin’s City Hall, where you’ll greet your guide and receive a historical overview of the Irish capital. After crossing the famous Ha’Penny Bridge, you’ll arrive at the Moore Street Terraces, a key site of the 1916 rebellion, to hear of the violent rebellions that occurred here.
Then, amble along cobbled streets to Custom House and Liberty Hall, two shining examples of neoclassical architecture. Reflect on lives lost during difficult periods of Irish history duringa visit to the Great Irish Famine Memorial and the Jeanie Johnson Tall Ship, commemorating the 80 million people that fled Ireland due to hardship.
Bid your guide farewell in a central Dublin location at the end of your tour.