The capital of the Republic...a Unesco city of Literature, a historical, vibrant city, take a private tour of Dublin city
Pick up group at hotel. Walk through the Medieval, Georgian, literary, musical, historical streets of Dublin. Point out and discuss areas of interest, see the sights, smell the aromas , hear the sounds of a vibrant and 'buzzy' city. Visit the Latin Quarter and raise a glass perhaps while listening to the music in the many pubs etc.
Visit what was once the garment area and hear about our famous designers and artists. . .
We have such a musical history in Dublin from Handel's Messiah to the traditional Irish jigs and reels, plus the music of Bono, the Dubliners and so many more. Walk in the footsteps of revolutionaries, writers, , medieval monks, characters etc. . Come and enjoy the'craic'
See Dublin castle, Trinity college, St. Patricks cathedral, Temple Bar, the 1916 snapshot of Dublin walking tour , introduction to Dublin's famous pubs and more . . . . . . . . .
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick up the group at your hotel or other specified place within the city centre.
End location: I can take you back to the hotel or leave you at your requested place.
Duration: 6 hours
This is a walking tour. We can visit National museum and National gallery etc. if interested and also allow time for coffee stops...
This is a walking tour. If you need me to include site visits there will be an extra charge.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euros - Have a pint or a coffee in the local pub...Extra needed if intention to visit historic sites
Transport can be organised for an extra fee or a ride in a horse and carriage. Please message me for more details.
Site visits, drinks, food and souvenirs are at own expense.
I only guide in English but can work with interpreter
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Helena was an excellent guide. We only had the one day in Dublin and wanted to see as much as we could. We spent 6 hours walking and saw many wonderful sights. And had a fine lunch in a restaurant I would not have found myself. Helena was a font of information about Dublin and its history. We had a wonderful time.