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Neil was a great guide who offered so much more than just the experience of the brewery and distilleries tours. He was full of facts and history of Dublin and took us to the oldest bar in Dublin between tours. He customized our tour for the group which was much more meaningful. Do Dublin!
I really enjoyed the walking tour and think it was well worth the time and it was a modest expense. The guide was excellent and I will definitely take another tour next time I'm in Dublin.
Brian was great tour guide for this tour! The weather conditions were less than favourable, but he persevered and managed to teach us a lot of history as we did the walking tour portion of the tour. The whisky tour and Guinness Storehouse were amazing to see, and the other travellers on our tour were a lot of fun.
4 Canadians and 5 Vikings! Good Times!
This was loads of fun. Lots of walking, though, so be sure you are prepared.
Loved this tour, especially as a first timer in Dublin! Our guide, Neil, was excellent and knowledgeable. History, architecture, fun and most of all whisky and beer!
My husband and I booked this tour on a whim and I'm glad we did! Sara was our guide and she was fantastic. The red headed guy at the whiskey museum was great too - sorry I don't remember his name. You won't be disappointed. Wear comfortable shoes and keep a rain coat on hand.
The walking tour was very informational Trinity College, Temple Bar area and the Bloom's hotel of course. I must say the new whiskey museum tour was a winner. My husband and I had never been Irish whiskey drinkers but are now hooked. Kevin gave a great tour! If you like beer than Guinness is a must. The tour was definitely worth it.
Our tour was fabulous due mainly to our tour guide, Mary Whelan. She was informative, well spoken and genuine. I would highly recommend this tour!
Fabulous, informative and just plain fun. Our tour guide Sarah was the hit of the tour. She answered every question we had and offered her own wisdom of the area. The time went by so quickly and we got to see first hand many of the back streets of Temple Bar area. Of course drinking Guinness at the source was high on my bucket list and did not disappoint. Fun afternoon well spent......
Megan was an excellent guide and really has an extensive knowledge of the area and the sites we saw. She was informative without being too talkative and could answer all the questions we had. We were expecting just a quick tour of Temple Bar and the the Jameson/Guinness beat the lines, but got so much more than that. This was an excellent tour and highly recommend it to others traveling to Dublin.
Fun time and at the same time informative. Lot bigger place than expected. Lots of fun and shopping area is huge plus the 360 bar upstairs great views!!!
Sarah was my tour guide , and she was incredible ! I actually thought she was a hystory teacher with all of he information she spouted throughout the tour.
I would recommend this walking tour to everyone
Sara - our tour guide made this trip enjoyable and educational. It is a walking tour, so be prepared to WALK a bit. However, if you are staying near Trinity College it's a must do because you get to hear a bit of history and a bunch of sites along the way to JAMESON/GUINNESS. The Jameson distillery was historical and delicious. The Guinness brewery was just as delicious especially if you make it up to the GRAVITY BAR but far more crowded. Overall a great way to see Dublin without sitting in a tour bus!
We really enjoyed this tour! Sarah was an awesome guide and was able to provide really interesting anecdotes and historical stories throughout the tour that you can't get just by walking around by yourself. Priority access to the Jameson's and Guinness tours was fantastic since it allowed us to skip the rather large lines.
This is really a walking tour between whiskey and beer. Brian, our guide, was fantastic, sharing historical gems such as how Dublin got its name, the secret Dublin echo chamber, where Handel's Messiah was first performed, Bram Stoker's start in Dublin, and more. This was by far the best part of the tour. The Jameson's experience was interesting and informative. Guinness isn't a tour at all, just a ticket to walk into the storehouse, see a few adverts and have a pint in the top-floor bar. In retrospect, I would have booked a walking tour and the Jameson's experience but skipped Guinness.
Great tour guide
Jameson was way better then Guinness
Must do in Dublin
The tour was amazing, definitely enjoyed the jameson part of the tour more than the guinness storehouse but definitely worth having it in there. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and provided a lot of interesting facts along the way as well as giving some good recommendat ions on good places to eat.
Sarah was our guide and she was lovely and did a fantastic job, really learnt a lot going on this walking tour - so remember good shoes!. the only thing I was disappointed in was it does advertise as the Jameson distillery tour, but we didn't go there , we went to the whisky museum which was good, but I was looking forward to going to the Jameson distillery. Sarah told us lots of information but we didn't see the castle on our tour, I'd recommend this tour but would say it's overpriced.
Sarah was our guide and she was lovely and did a fantastic job, really learnt a lot going on this walking tour and we walked back so everything was easily remembered, the only thing I was disappointed in was it does advertise as the Jameson distillery tour, but we didn't go there , we went to the whisky museum which was good, but I was looking forward to going to the Jameson distillery.
Sarah told us lots of information but we didn't see the castle on our tour, I'd recommend this tour but would say it's overpriced.
Jameson was my favourite as the tour was really interactive and tasting really interesting. Our guide took us on a nice walk to see some highlights of medieval Dublin on the way to Guinness. Found Guinness overly crowded and a bit hectic but if you love Guinness you would find it interesting.
This tour is really a combination of two readily available tours, namely the Irish Whisky Museum and the Guinness Storehouse. The guide meets you at Trinity College, where she delivers a brief history and some anecdotal takes. You then go across the road where you are handed over to the Irish Whisky Museum guides who, in my opinion, did a great job. After that you take quite a long walk through Temple Bar past the Dublin Castle to the Guinness Store. Our guide did a passable job of telling stories and the history of Dublin and Ireland ... she could not stray from the script though as her actual knowledge of Irish and Dublin history was limited.
After a brief stop at St. James Gate you are taken straight to the 6th floor of the Guinness Store House which could be handy if there were line ups. You are then handed your pint by the guide who promptly vanishes never to be seen again.
We were told nothing about the Storehouse, how to use our ticket, how to get the audio guide and so on.
I am a beer lover with a particular fondness for Guinness and the mayhem of the storehouse offered nothing interesting or new and I could not wait to get out of there. There are much better and more interesting things to see and do in Dublin.
Total Bait and Switch, NOT worth it. We had one day in Dublin, our goal Jameson Distillery and Guinness. Specifically booked For those two items, plus the Dublin Castle. Start of the tour they said we were going to the Whisky Museim no Jameson distillery and no Castle! And I booked it the day
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