Dublin City Tour

Dublin, Ireland


  • 3-4 hours 


Half day Dublin Tour 

Dublin's  Fair City , A city filled with history ,From 841 when the first Viking  longboats rowed into the Liffey to the British  who ruled for over 800 years The little port of Dublin became a powerful  city A history often with blood spilling along the streets to the modern day a thriving City of culture,  music  ,Craic agus Ceol and the friendliest people in the world Writers and poets have often captured  the true Dublin but come and experience it for yourself 

What's included

Morning or afternoon  tours. Pick up from your Hotel or place of your choice .

We can custom make your tour to suit you and your schedule. Below is a brief example  of the Dublin City Tour 

Our first stop will be Dublin Castle ,once the seat of United Kingdoms government administration, now a major Irish Government  complex. Built in 1204 this fine old building  has many a tale to be told

On to St Patricks Cathedral with the tallest Steeple  in Ireland  and Crypts with many famous people buried within including  Jonathan  Swift  author of Gulliver's  Travels  Along side this fabulous  cathedral  is Marsh's library, the first public library  in Ireland dating back from the early 1700s From here we will travel to the beautiful  and tranquil  Fitzwilliam  Square and view  the amazing Georgian  buildings  and the well known and colourful  Doors of Dublin. 

Next stop is Merrion Square and a photo opportunity  with Mr.  Oscar  Wilde  who sits majestically over looking  a fine park and buildings where many a poet and writer once dwelled 

Take a trip to one of the many whiskey distilleries and the infamous Guinness storehouse , for refreshments 

Trinity  College and the Book of Kells is next,  one  of the oldest universities in Europe it is home of the Book of Kells  a must see. Tickets for Book of Kells can be purchased  in advance  through  your guide to save queuing as this is a very popular  place especially during  peak season 

Nearing the end of the tour our final stop is O'Connell Street  and the GPO with the history  of the Easter Uprising in 1916 through to present  day and a visit  to the Garden of  Remembrance which is dedidicated to those whose gave their lives for Freedom 

Learn a few Irish tunes and words along the way,  there is plenty of photo opportunities  also 

Our drivers take pride in their knowledge  and show you some hidden gems no matter which tour option you take 


We can schedule  any tour to suit you