37 Guinness Enterprise Centre, Taylors Lane
Extreme Ireland specialises in affordable and unforgettable holidays trekking in the most beautiful places in Ireland, including Cork, Kerry, Clare, Connemara, Sligo and Donegal.
1.8km from O'Connell Bridge
17 Dodder Lawn, Dodder Valley
HilltopTreks have been organising fantastic Walking and Adventure holidays and Day Tours in Ireland for numerous years. They pride ourselves on giving you the best insight into Ireland, its culture, music, people and its beautiful landscape.
9.8km from O'Connell Bridge
85, Aulden Grange
The Georgian Tour, the grandeur of countless Georgian terraces and squares. This tour will show you a time gone by, with stories of heroes and villians and scenes that are crying out to be photographed.
0.3km from O'Connell Bridge
84 Haddington Road
Dublin 4 Historic 1916 Walking Tours visits strategic locations in the Dublin 4 area where Irish rebels made a courageous bid for freedom from British Imperial rule.
1.9km from O'Connell Bridge
Historical Insights Ireland Limited, 64 Mary Street
Women have virtually been written out of history. Yet in Irish mythology, powerful women such as Queen Meadb of Connaught feature prominently.
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
22b, Old Kilmainham Road
The Battles & Barracks Walking Tour will take you on a journey around some of Dublin’s most fascinating sites in an area that is steeped in history.
3km from O'Connell Bridge
International Bar, 23 Wicklow Street
The fascinating life and times of Michael Collins will be revealed on this walking tour around Dublin
0.5km from O'Connell Bridge
Ireland's Eye Ferries run scenic boat trips around, as well as trips to land on, the picturesque island, Ireland's Eye, off Howth in North Dublin.
13.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Cafe Rothar, Fade Street
See Dublin by Bike offers a relaxed, informative and fun guided bike tour of Dublin to visitors wanting to explore lesser known and otherwise inaccessible areas of the city taking in the main sights and some hidden gems.
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"
Hear the fascinating history of Howth from 3,500 bc to the present time. It’s a story of Viking invasions, bloody battles, pillage and murder. Hear about ghosts, shipwrecks, miraculous rescues and the Howth Gun Running incident.
13.2km from O'Connell Bridge
35 North Great George's Street
Why not join us for a special walking tour of Dublin, the setting for all of James Joyce’s works? The tours last about an hour-and-a-half.
0.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Walk Dun Laoghaire/Joe’s Walks provides one of the best guided walking tours in south County Dublin. Combining informative narrative with the stunning promenade and coastline of Dublin bay. It is a gentle walk among the monuments and scenery.
10.2km from O'Connell Bridge
63 Dundrum Gate, Dundrum
Wonderful Ireland allows you to enjoy the best walking in Ireland. They organise self guided walking holidays along the Wicklow Way, Dingle Way and Kerry Way in County Kerry.
6.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Historical Insights Ireland Limited, 6 Palmerston Place
In just two hours this award-winning and entertaining 'seminar on the street' (“10 out of 10 for outstanding blend of history and humour” Irish Times) conducted by history graduates of Trinity College, explores the main features of Irish history.
1.2km from O'Connell Bridge
2-5 Frenchman's Lane, Isaacs Hostel
Dublin city bike tours offers an easy paced eco-friendly bike tour of Dublin's fair city and surrounding areas with local guides to show you the sights.
7 Balglass Road
Guided coastal cliff hikes and heritage walks around the historic Howth peninsula. Have the best day out in Dublin, only 35 minutes from the city centre or airport. Shane will take you on a memorable adventure.
13.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Park Crescent Drive, Blackhorse Avenue
Walking Tours around Dublin Castle, following the Medieval city walls, on to St. Patrick's cathedral, ending at Christchurch cathedral.
Joyce and his influence can be found all across Dublin city. Join in on a series of literary walking tours to uncover the city that inspired Joyce's groundbreaking work.
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.
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