Historical Insights of Ireland, 64 Mary Street
This tour aims to give a flavour of historical and contemporary Dublin through its built environment. It will trace its development from 9th Century Viking trading post to Medieval capital of English lordship in Ireland.
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Why not pleasure your palate with the smooth taste of Irish whiskey on a 2hr whiskey tasting tour in Dublin. You will have your very own professional whiskey connoisseur, visit three great bars and sample five of Ireland’s finest whiskey varieties.
0.2km 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.
0.8km 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
26 Athlumney Villas, Ranelagh
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.
Dublin City Centre
Take a walking tour with a difference, Dawn2Dusk will bring you on a Guided Photography Tour of places in Dublin which are off the beaten track. Capture hidden, magical places known only to locals – hidden alleyways and unspoiled landscapes.
0.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Malahide Castle Visitor Centre
Irish Centre for Cycling is a dedicated professional cycle service that specialises in providing Cycle Hire, Cycle Tourism, Cycle Training, and quality equipment. Delivering more of a cycling experience than simply a bike rental business.
12.6km from O'Connell Bridge
35 North Great George's Street
Join us for a walking tour of historic Joycean Dublin and take in some of the monumental and ordinary sights and sounds of the city in which Joyce staged all his works.
Outside former Church, Suffolk Street / Andrew Street
This tour offered by Pat Liddy's Walking Tours and includes the main heritage sites in Dublin's South Central area along the Dubline Discovery Trail. This two and a half-hour tour will fit in as many of the city's most notable historic highlights.
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
Waterside Jogging Tour is an alternative and fun way to see Dublin while jogging with a local guide. This urban run showcases Dublin at it's best and is an up and close sightseeing experience for joggers of all levels.
Finlater Pub Howth Dart Station.
Tour begins in Howth village with a short walk to the entrance of Deerpark estate and on to Howth Castle. Enjoy the local history from the Viking past right up until present day. Learn the history of the castle and walk through the world renowned Rhododendron gardens.
13.4km 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
Pedal powered city tours. 15 seater pedal powered bus in which to see the sights of Dublin, pub/sightseeing tour, team building and musical sightseeing tour in a wacky way.
0.3km from O'Connell Bridge
Dublino a piedi offers walking tours in Italian around Dublin City led by Failte Ireland approved tour guides.
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
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"
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.
The Dockland Tour centres on the revitalised Liffey quay side and its history. It is Dublin at it's most photogenic with a fascinating history. Photo walking Tours are an exciting way to experience the city and learn how to take great pictures.
2km 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.
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