Dublin City's Most Extraordinary Sights
A seven-hour tour of the seven wonders of Dublin City which brings our guests to the very heart of Dublin with an intimate glimpse into Dublin through the ages with coffee within the shadow of its ancient walls and lunch in an Old School House. A packed tour that will provide our guests with the full Dublin experience in a day.
- Trinity College and the Book of Kells,
- Christ Church Cathederal,
- The Walls of Dublin,
- Saint Catherine's Church (site of the execution of Robert Emmet),
- Jameson Whiskey Distillery,
- The Royal Hospital Kilmainham
- Kilmainham Jail.
We will have lunch in the Old School House Restaurant site of the great battle with British forces during the Easter 1916 Revolution and coffee on the go.
After collection at an agreed venue we proceed to Trinity College site of the Book of Kells.
From there we drive west to see Dublin Castle centre of British domination of Ireland for 700 years.
From there we arrive at the centre of medieval Dulin site of the old walled city and St Patrick an Christ Church cathedrals.
We then travel to historic Kilmainham Jail where the revolutionary heros were held and executed before strolling into the Royal Hospital with its ancient links to Robert Emmett and Brian Boru.
We will have coffee in the dungeons here and lunch in the historic Old School House Restaurant on the 1916 Battle site.
After the tour guests will be delivered back to their venue of choice
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Cruise terminals, hotels, transport hubs or other location at the choice of the client.
End location: Cruise terminals, hotels, transport hubs or other choice of the client.
Duration: 7 hours
Saloon car.There is an option to accommodate up to 7 people upon request.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 Euro - For souvenirs literature or other discretionary items
I do not have restrictions in relation to my guiding. I am able to provide the full range of experiences
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