Esplora Dublino provides three different walking tours of Dublin in the Italian language. Discover the history of Dublin City from the Celts to the arrival of Christianity, the Viking and Norman invasion and the British Empire.
There are three Italian language walking tours offered by Esplora Dublino. The Tour of North Dublin lasts approximately two to three hours and starts at the Spire monument at 10:00 and 14:00 daily. Advanced booking is required and there is a minimum of six people. Private tours are available. The route includes points of historical and cultural significance such as the GPO, Ha'penny Bridge, Temple Bar, Molly Malone Statue, Dublin Castle, City Hall and finishes at Trinity College.
The Tour of South Dublin's starting point is the statue of Oscar Wilde and begins by taking in Merrion Square. The tour then moves on to St Stephen’s Green and then the Mansion House. This is followed by a stroll through Grafton Street and the Arcade market, stopping at Dublin Castle and ending with a guided tour inside St Patrick’s Cathedral. Advanced booking is required and there is a minimum of 10 people. Private tours are available.
The meeting point for the Tour of the Docklands is Custom House and takes approximately two hours. This is a walk in an area of Dublin which has had some redevelopment and discusses the city’s current economy while also reflecting on the Irish Famine. Included on the route are the Custom House, IFSC, Famine Memorial, Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship, Samuel Beckett Bridge and Grand Canal Square. Advanced reservation is required and there is a minimum of 10 people.
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