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.
For travelers short on time, this half-day tour is a convenient way to experience the beauty of the Irish countryside without having to rent a car or waste precious hours in transit. Enjoy the scenery extended out before you embark on the journey from Dublin to County Wicklow and wander around Glendalough at a pace that suits you.
Experience the beauty and mysticism of the Irish countryside on this castle tour from Dublin. Visit the beautiful 12th-century Malahide castle and surrounding gardens. With an expert guide, tour the beautifully adorned rooms and authentic Medieval-age decor, then head to quaint village of Howth for a taste of Irish culture that dates back to the Viking Era.
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.
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.
Eat like a true Dubliner on this small-group Dublin food tour. With your guide, seek out authentic pubs, cafés, food shops, and markets, and savor Irish specialties including a traditional breakfast, artisanal cheeses, ice cream, and more. Pair your tastings with an Irish cream liqueur and another tipple, and admire some of Dublin’s hidden gems and learn about its culinary heritage as you eat and explore. Tour is limited to 12 or fewer.
Combine sightseeing with food samples as you immerse yourself in the cuisine and culture of Dublin during this fast-paced food tour. Visit places you might otherwise have missed—such as George’s Street Arcade—and sample a mixture of international and local specialties that you perhaps didn’t know existed. Plus, learn about the city along the way, thanks to your local foodie guide.
Explore the scenic landscapes of Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland, on a private tour tailor-made for you. With a personal guide and private vehicle, discover the countryside around Dublin, stopping to admire the 6th-century ruins of Glendalough, stroll around Powerscourt Gardens, or shop for handicrafts in Avoca village.
Experience Dublin like a local during this private tour which includes stops at Dublin highlights and hidden gems, as well as skip-the-line entry to Dublin Castle. The ideal introductory experience for those with limited time in the region, you won’t have to wait around for other travelers, you can go at your own pace, and you'll likely experience places that many travelers overlook.
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.
Take off from Dublin, and travel to Ireland’s County Meath during this private tour of Newgrange and the Hill of Tara, which includes round-trip transport. First, visit the prehistoric monument, Newgrange, before making your way to Boyne Valley. While in the valley, spend time exploring the archaeological complex, the Hill of Tara. End your day with a bite to eat (own expense) in the village of Howth.
Take the train from Dublin to the Irish countryside in Howth during this tour. See the village’s Martello tower, Howth Castle and its gardens, Great Sugar Loaf mountain, and Baily Lighthouse. Go on a seacliff walk, and keep your eyes peeled for guillemots, eagles, and seals. Go up the hill to Ben of Howth, and catch sight of Black Linn before making your way to the poet, W.B. Yeats’ boyhood home.
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.
Get a comprehensive tour of Howth on a bike without getting out of breath. Touring via electric bike (e-bike) means you can pedal as much or as little as you like, following your guide to Howth's top highlights. Stop for commentary, questions, and photo ops of landmarks such as the Summit, the Howth Cliffs, Baily Lighthouse, Martello Towers, and others.
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.
Discover Dublin’s burgeoning culinary culture—and visit a number of the city’s characterful eateries—on this small-group walking tour. Be sure to arrive hungry: this lunchtime tour kicks off in the late morning, and includes a number of samples. Try local cheeses and chocolates, drop by bakeries and food halls, and head off the tourist trail when you visit venues that locals love. As you go, learn more about Ireland’s gastronomic history.
Benefit from personalized attention and a carefully curated itinerary on this private food and walking tour in Dublin. With a dedicated guide at your disposal, you'll get plenty of time to ask questions while tasting the best that Dublin has to offer: Irish whiskey, ice cream, artisanal cheese and meats, pub fare, and a bounty of seafood. You'll stop at hidden places you may not find on your own and learn about restaurants you'll want to return to during the rest of your stay in Dublin.
Venture into the Dublin Mountains to gain insight into Ireland’s famous pub culture during this small-group tour. Pay visits to smaller pubs in the countryside and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere while listening to traditional Irish music. Sip on local drinks like craft beers and Irish whiskey while nibbling on pub food (all at your own expense) with your group of no more than 16 travelers.
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Enjoy an authentic Irish experience and exploration of Dublin in only 5 hours so you will be fresh and ready to enjoy dinner and a night out in Dublin. 8 hour option too if you want to visit some attractions on route with me or maybe more pubs!!
In addition to some of your classic Dublin sightseeing, we also cover the heavyweight pieces of Irish history that still shape our character and even the land itself to this day, namely 'an gorta mor' (the great hunger) and the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin as well as the unique Dublin pub culture that is unrivalled for its craic (fun).
We will have plenty of fun along the way too! including some great Irish traditional music which tell stories of their very own.
An executive taxi means we are permitted in bus lanes, so no sitting in traffic!
Experience the taste of Dublin cuisine with traditional Irish food and maybe a Guinness in a genuine Dubliner boozer! (pub)
See you in Dublin. .
Dublin is where pubs are born. Some don't survive, many leave the Irish shore, several have mid-life crises, but few are ageing as gracefully as the stable pubs that bestow so much character on Dublin.
Avoid the tourist traps and fake 'Irish' pubs! Escape with the locals to learn how to savour a pint of Guinness. Find out how to ensure you always get a great pint and why it's important!
Follow in the footsteps of the Irish literary giants like Patrick Kavanagh, Flann O'Brien and Brendan Behan.
If Dublin has hidden gems, they're the pubs that don't advertise to tourists. The locals. The authentic Irish pub where a conversation is flowing faster than the beer, where the character of the pub is as fascinating as the characters in it, where literature, society and history eternally lives.
Best time to start is 7 pm assuming you'll have eaten dinner prior to the tour. Bring a pen - you never know what these aged walls will murmur to your thoughts.
Spend half a day exploring some of Dublin’s top attractions, such as Trinity College, as well as a selection of hidden gems you might otherwise overlook. Plus, gain a greater insight into each destination thanks to your local guide on this private tour, during which you can forget the busy group excursions and tackle the city’s sights at your own pace.
Immerse yourself in the ancient majesty of Dublin’s North Coast on a half-day tour to Malahide Castle and Howth from Dublin. Alongside an expert guide, explore the atmospheric chambers of the 12th-century Malahide Castle and gain insight into the fortress’ 800-year-old history. After touring the castle, delight in the provincial charm of Howth, a quaint fishing village that boasts spectacular coastal scenery. Enjoy a free loop of a hop-on hop-off bus tour on the same day as a part of your day trip.
Make the most out of your visit to Dublin with a guided day tour of Dalkey Castle, Killiney Hill, and more. Perfect for visitors with limited time in Dublin, you’ll see many of the city’s best sights without having to worry about parking or how to get from here to there. You’ll travel the city by coach stopping for a visit at Dalkey Castle and Killiney Park and conclude the tour with a pint at one of Ireland’s most famous pubs.
Dublin is one of the world’s great literary cities, and on this private tour, you’ll get to follow in the footsteps of the city’s most famous writers, from Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett to James Joyce and Bram Stoker. Meet your guide at a time and place of your choosing and follow them to the city’s key literary haunts. Visit Trinity College’s beautiful library, stroll along St. Stephen’s Green, and sip a pint or other beverage in a pub once frequented by the city’s literary set.