Around Ireland: Dublin & U2 Walking Tour

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Experience a bespoke Around Ireland: Dublin & U2 Walking Tour, from the Dandelion Market, stopping at Trinity College Dublin, to Hanover Quay, where U2 still records some of their music today. It is a walking tour for both history and music lovers. A tour with a difference, combining some of U2's and Dublin's local history.

Around Ireland: Dublin & U2 Walking Tour, gives you an insight into the city that helped shape U2 and how it influenced them and their music. Take a walk through U2’s Dublin, with a native Dublin tour guide.

The original Dandelion Market was popular with visitors and Dubliners alike, known for its vintage clothing, accessories, furniture, music and much more. It was also the venue for one of U2′s first ever gigs. The Dublin rock scene was at the time small and tightly knit. U2 played a series of concerts in Trinity College Dublin in 1979. Paul McGuinness, U2's manager from 1978 to 2013 also studied here. The Irish rock band has a two storey recording studio on the south docks at Hanover Quay, where they still record music from time to time.

This is a bespoke 2.5 hour walking tour and it covers a wide area of Dublin City, so put on your walking shoes for an informative and exciting tour of history and music. The guide will not only tell you about U2 but, also some fascinating historic, architectural and cultural stories about Dublin City.

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