"Beefsteak and Oysters as Usual. The Story of Irish Food" is a rare and entertaining insight into how food and attitudes to food has shaped Irish Society. The Tour, lead by Historical Walking Tours of Dublin, one of the most successfull Walking Tour Operators in Ireland traces the genius of Irish cuisine during two hours stroll through Dublin's most historic quarters.
Meet at Trinity College front gate every Saturday at 11.30am.
Price: 15 euros or 12 euros (students/seniors) Price includes free oyster and cheese samplings.
Dublin’s oldest Ghost bus tour. Let us put you at your unease, we will introduce you to the dark romance of a city of gaslight ghosts and chilling legends.
NEW FOR 2014 - A day tour to the northern capital enjoying the Enterprise Express train to Belfast and then a Hop On - Hop Off tour of all the cities major attractions including Titanic Quarter and the newly opened Crumlin Road Jail.
Like most Irish towns, Dublin was founded by Vikings (Scandinavians), who, after 841AD, settled along an east-west ridge of high ground between the Rivers Liffey and Poddle.
Trailwalkers Ireland specialise in self guided walking holidays in Ireland. Their aim is to ensure your experience the rugged, rural aspect of Ireland.