15 Cherry Grove, Swords
Meet locals and learn to make a famous Irish drink in a personal ‘Irish Coffee Making Class’. This tour will take you into the heart of this local town, and you’ll experience the Irish culture that is renowned worldwide. Includes
Malahide and Avoca
0.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Clonshaugh Business Park, Off Oscar Trayno Road
The Butlers Chocolate Experience is currently undergoing an expansion to make it bigger and better! To facilitate this expansion, the Butlers Chocolate Experience will be closed for bookings from 24th August 2015 - 25th October 2015 inclusive.
7.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Government Buildings, Merrion Street
A tour of the Government Buildings consists of a history of the building, the stained glass window by Evie Hone, the conference rooms, the Taoiseachs (Prime Minister) room and the Government meeting room.
1.1km from O'Connell Bridge
Finlater Pub Howth Dart Station.
Approx: 1:30 - 2:00 (hrs)
Gradient: Flat with moderate hills
Our tour begins in Howth village, with a short walk to the entrance of Deerpark estate and onto Howth Castle. Here we explain the local history from the Viking past right up until the present day. We learn the history of the castle and we take a walk through the world renowned Rhododendron gardens with over 400 recorded species. Their beautiful seasonal colours are sure to impress.
14.1km from O'Connell Bridge
The Border between the six counties of Northern Ireland and the 3 counties of the Republic of Ireland stretches about 360 kilometres from Carlingford in the east to Londonderry/Derry in the north, Border Tours want to bring this part of Ireland to the visitors that grace our shores.
1.2km from O'Connell Bridge
26/27 Lower Abbey Street
Come along and join in for an exclusive insight into the history and behind the scenes work of Ireland’s national theatre on the guided backstage tours.
Pick up: Dublin Bus office, 59 Upper O'Connell Street
Dublin Highlights and Hidden Corners Tour is offered by Pat Liddy's Walking Tours of Dublin takes in many of the popular and also less well-known historic places north and south of the river Lifffey.
44 Oakley Road, Ranelagh
A great way to experience a city is through it's food and the Dublin Tasting Trails does just that, with style. The walks are a gentle 2.5 hour stroll with lots of eating and meeting along the way.
2.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Bracken CourtSandyford, Bracken Road
Irish Welcome Tours is one of Ireland's leading incoming tour operators and destination management companies, in operation since 1989.
8.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Irlanda en espanol provides tours in Spanish and now is offering a free walking tour in Spanish to customers. The tour starts at the City Hall at 11:00.
2.3km from O'Connell Bridge
26 Athlumney Villas, Ranelagh
The tour is your essential guide to Dublin city. Visit some of the Iconic landmarks, meet the friendly locals, partake in Gaelic sports and language demonstrations and more. A fun and dynamic walk, an experience like no other.
0.7km from O'Connell Bridge
5 Beresford Place, Lower Gardiner Street
Explore the cultural heart of Ireland on our Galway and Connemara tour. Discover Galway’s bustling streets filled with performers, poets and musicians including the rugged and unspoiled landscape of Cong and Connemara.
A unique private walking tour that takes you from The Easter Rising to the beginning of The Civil War, this tour tells the story of Ireland’s rocky road to independence.
An alternative and fun way to see Dublin while jogging with a local guide. Stay fit and healthy and see some of Dublin's most popular landmarks. The tour is an up close sightseeing experience for joggers of all levels.
Skerries Sea Tours runs two passenger trips daily; to Rockabill Lighthouse and Lambay Island. Skerries Sea Tours incorporates a unique and often stunning exploration of the rich bird and wildlife as well as an informative guide to the local history, culture and heritage of the area.
28.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Shamrocker Adventures, 3 Cecilia Street
Visit the north of Ireland and the province of Ulster, with its stunning landscape. From its ancient past to the ‘Troubles’ of recent times. The unforgettable scenery of the Giant’s Causeway and the Antrim Coast along with the vibrant cities of Derry and Belfast and their fascinating stories, this is a part of the Emerald Isle that once experienced is never forgotten.
0.2km from O'Connell Bridge
16 Amiens Street
This ONE DAY tour from Dublin offers a unique opportunity to visit Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands via a 10 minute return flight from Connemara airport. Tour includes visit to Dub Aengus, Kilronan and th Aran Sweater Market.
54.2km from O'Connell Bridge
Dublin Coach, Unit 20
See the rugged unspoilt landscape of the West of Ireland and experience Irish music & culture with our tour to the traditional Irish Aran Islands off the Wild Atlantic Way. Tour also includes overnight in Ennis and a stop at Limerick City.
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
An exhilarating tour of Loop Head along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way. Showcasing panoramic cliff views, abundant local seafood, your choice of aquatic activities, and plenty of quiet beauty spots.
Park Crescent Drive, Blackhorse Avenue
Tours around Dublin Castle, following the Medieval city walls, on to St. Patrick's cathedral, ending at Christchurch cathedral.
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