Historical Insights of Ireland, 64 Mary Street
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.
0.5km from O'Connell Bridge
1 Hainault Drive, Foxrock
A choice of a weekend adventure tour to Galway, the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands or a five day tour to Glendalough, Galway, Connemara, Donegal, the Giants Causeway and Derry city.
11km from O'Connell Bridge
Office 37, College Green
Experience beautiful vistas with sweeping views along the Cliffs of Moher as you walk along one of Ireland's most famous geographical landmarks. After a breath-taking walk a visit to Doolin, the Burren and the quaint harbour village of Kinvara awaits
The one and only GOT tour takes you on two long locations treks, 4 miles of walking in total to Winterfell. Providing Stark cloaks, shields, swords and helms at no extra cost, for those who wish to truly immerse themselves in the GOT Experience.
1.4km from O'Connell Bridge
PO Box 6156
ATGI represents Approved Tourist Guides of Ireland and is the professional association of tourist guides who are approved by Fáilte Ireland and FETAC (Further Education and Training Awards Council).
0.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Belfield Bike Shop, UCD
Unique walking through Ireland and Europe, wonderful sights and charming accommodation, Bespoke and custom tours available. Guaranteed a fun and friendly experience for all ages.
5km from O'Connell Bridge
"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.
0.7km from O'Connell Bridge
4 Arbour Hill Road, Stoneybatter
A walking tour from the city centre to The Liberties, Portobello or Stoneybatter. Steeped in history, a walk that will give you a great insight into the true story of Dublin. The company's motto is "traveling global, visit local"
Love Ireland, 17 Lower O’Connell Street
A one day tour visiting Newgrange and the Hill of Tara. Newgrange built during the Neolithic period around 3200 BC making it older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids is not to be missed and the Hill of Tara according to tradition was the seat of the High King of Ireland.
Fish And Trips around Lambay Island. Discover Dublin's offshore islands thriving in undisturbed beauty, peace and tranquility. Malahide Charter Boat offers 3 types of tours including sea angling, sightseeing, birdwatching and Summer Mackerel fishing.
14.5km 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.
19 Thorndale Crescent
Pat Liddy's Walking Tours of Dublin offers both scheduled and private walking tours of Dublin city by historian Pat Liddy's team of professional guides. Starting points vary depending on the tour.
6/7 Exchange St Lower
Smock Alley was the first Theatre Royal opened in Dublin in 1662 and was reopened after extensive renovation in 2012 as Dublin’s oldest, newest theatre. Learn more about its fascinating history on a group tour.
0.1km 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
15 Cherry Grove, Swords
This tour takes you on a journey of music in Dublin, pinpointing significant events and milestones, and immersing you in the music synonymous with our culture.
Dublin Coach, Unit 20
Take a deep breath and absorb the sights and sounds of the renowned Wild Atlantic Way. Observe bottle nosed Dolphins in the breath taking Shannon Estuary. Visit Adare village and a full size B314 Clipper Flying Boat at Foynes Flying Boat Museum.
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
The Hop on Hop Off tour offers a fun day out for all the family. Experience all the attractions the city has to offer including Dublin Zoo, the National Gallery and the National Wax Museum plus, Dublinia and more. The tour is perfect for families to discover the delights of Dublin.
Irish Cycling Safaris provide group and self led cycling tours in Ireland, offering wonderful sights and charming accommodation.
Bespoke and custom tours available.
Cycling Safaris guarantee a fun and friendly experience to all types of cyclists.
141 Glenvara Park, Knocklyon
Trailwalkers Ireland specialise in self guided walking holidays in Ireland, along some of the well known long distance trails walks, with spectacular scenery in rural Ireland.
8.4km from O'Connell Bridge
33 Bachelor's Walk
Experience Ireland’s wild side in a fun and unforgettable way. Enjoy a nice blend of history, folklore, storytelling and music. Listen to the fascinating tales on Irish mythology as you are making your way through Ireland’s magnificent scenery.
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