A Walking Tour of Dublin City acquaints visitors with Ireland’s capital city which is full of history and stunning architecture. These tours are a fabulous way to learn about this unique, vibrant and hospitable city. There are a number of different themed walking tours, that vary in length and duration, so visitors can choose one to suit their requirements. On average a tour is about two hours and during this time visitors will be introduced to the city’s beauty, history, energy and inspiration. Dublin is a compact city and is easy to get around and can be done at a leisurely pace.

Dublin has not been without its share of conflict and violence and has a long and turbulent history. Tthe city is a wonderful blend of old and new. It is world renowned for its nightlife and atmosphere and friendly people. There is lots to learn about Dublin.

All tours are taken by experienced and local guides and groups are restricted in size so that all visitors can get the most out of their experience. They provide a more personalised and in-depth look at this fascinating and lively city, where you will see parts not usually seen, and hear stories and curious oddities not usually heard. Visitors will get to meet the people who live here and savour the craic. The tour guides share the heritage and culture of Dublin, through the incredible stories told. They ensure that the tours are entertaining and informative for all. Visitors will find the guides to be engaging, articulate and knowledgeable. Their goal is to give visitors the best possible tour, as they know the city best, they can apply a real picture of this fun and lively city. Visitors will get to know all about the past, present and future of this beautiful city.

These tours take in all the city’s main attractions and landmarks, historic buildings, as well as monuments and visitors will learn about the stories behind them. They will also touch on many aspects of the city including art, history, politics and culture, and Dublin has produced a number of literary greats. Visitors will hear many intriguing facts and get to know all about the people who have lived here. Being home to an abundance of stunning architecture visitors will be able to see this up close.

Attractions include, Trinity College, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Temple Bar, Ha’Penny Bridge, Dubh Linn Gardens, O Connell Street, Custom House, Famine Memorial Garden of Remembrance, Moore Street Market and loads more.

The guides will also be more than happy to share their local knowledge providing suggestions on the best places to go to eat and drink, places to see and things to do, so make sure to ask for their recommendations.

A Walking Tour of Dublin City provides visitors with an unforgettable experience, offering complete exposure to authentic Dublin. It is arguably one of the best things to do whilst in Dublin