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Irish Folk Tours
The Brazen Head, 20 Bridge St, Dublin 8
Irish food and folklore combine to create a magical evening at The Brazen Head, Dublin's oldest pub, as renowned storyteller Johnny Daly regales...
City Sightseeing Tours
Desk 1, Dublin Tourism Centre, Suffolk St, D2
These very distinctive red buses provide hassle-free hop-on hop-off tours with two routes covering Dublin's main attractions. The tours run daily...
Dublin 1916 Rebel Walking Tour
Sinn Féin Bookshop, 58 Parnell Sq (near Parnell Monument, top of O’Connell St)
Follow in the footsteps of Michael Collins, James Connolly and Pádraig Pearse as Irish republicans recount Ireland’s fight for freedom in these...
Dublin City Pub Crawl
Porter House Central, 45-47 Nassau St, D2
City locals guide you on this pub crawl jam packed with Irish tradition. You will visit the oldest and most modern pubs and raise a glass in the...
Dublin Sightseeing Tours
59 Upper O'Connell St, D1
Dublin Bus Tour These daily 90min tours run every 10mins until 15:30 and every 15mins until 17:30, and every 30mins till 18:30(only in summer). The...
These fun and FREE cabs are available for short distances around the city centre. This emission free transport is sponsored by companies who are...
Historical Walking Tours of Dublin
Trinity College, College Green, D2
Partake in an award-winning walk through the rich history of this capital city. Conducted by history graduates from Trinity College, this 2 hour tour...
Irish House Party
Merchant's Arch, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
For anyone interested in a night of authentic Irish music and dancing, this is one party you really shouldn't miss. The evening is based on the...
Dublin Tourism Centre. Suffolk St, D2
Written and narrated by historian Pat Liddy, these walks can now be enjoyed by everyone. Just download the podcast using your podcast software and...
James Joyce Centre Tours
35 North Great Georges St, D1
Giving you the chance to see Dublin through Joyce’s eyes and ears. Each tour lasts approx. 80/90 mins and starts at the James Joyce Centre (see...
Dublin's Traditional Irish Trail
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