Fill your heart, soul and stomach
You can't possibly do everything in a city, but hey, that shouldn't stop us trying! The most varied tour yet, 'Tasting (nearly!) All of Dublin in 5 hours' is a leisurely stroll through the streets, sampling the full flavour of Irish history and Irish cuisine.
This is a food-themed version of '(Nearly!) All of Dublin in 5 hours' so as well as 4-8 food stops, we'll visit most of the sites and learn the most fascinating history (where did the Irish come from, Northern Ireland, Irish language).
Food (cakes, snacks, tapas, coffee, beer), sights as well as your own private guided tour of one of the city's must-do attractions (National Museum or Old Library of Trinity), will full up the day. Bellies, heads and hearts full of glorious Dublin - there's always room for ice-cream!
Depending on your preferences, we could also do a whiskey tasting, sampling the most unique Irish beer, Irish cheeses etc.
The tour is always improving and always custom-made for you.
The bohemian Temple Bar quarter
The oasis that is the serene campus of Trinity College
Christchurch OR St. Patrick's Cathedral
Ha'penny Bridge - famous icon of Dublin
The GPO - the heart of the 1916 Rising
James Joyce statue
The impressive Old Parliament building
Georgian Dublin - parts of the city preserved for 200yrs
Leinster House - the seat of the Irish Parliament
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Outside the Olympia Theatre, Dame st. (I should be the only person there)
End location: Front entrance of Trinity College.
Duration: 6 hours
Should the weather be against us we might stay inside for longer. I always do my best to make you as comfortable as possible.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 Euro - You might want to 'upgrade' your drink/food so bring some cash in case you get tempted.
You might also want to get a taxi from where we finish as you'll be too full to move ;)
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
Guiding inside some attractions, e.g. Trinity Library, Dublinia, is restricted somewhat.
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Our entire group thoroughly enjoyed Garvan's walking/ food tour of Dublin. He is a passionate, knowledgeable historian. He is an engaging storyteller and we learned so much. The entire day was well paced, stopping for pastries, hot chocolate, lunch and ending with round of Irish whiskey. Our day spent with Garvan was the highlight of our trip. We highly recommend this tour and Garvan.
Linda St Pierre