Tour the City
Touring The Town – And Beyond
There’s no better way to see Dublin than in the company of an expert guide. Happily, a wide variety of fascinating tours highlighting different aspects of the city’s rich history and heritage are now available.
Want to make the very most of your time here? Then a motorised tour is the way to go. A highly entertaining and informative hop-on, hop-off open-top bus tour introduces the city’s many landmarks. These include the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, Kilmainham Gaol, Jameson Distillery, Temple Bar, Dublin Castle and Jeanie Johnston famine ship.
For a closer, more up-front-and-personal perspective on the city, a number of fascinating walking tours offer insights into different aspects of Dublin’s story:
Dublin Decoded introduces lesser-known stories behind the city’s most iconic locations, buildings and art. These range from Viking and medieval times, through to the modern era.
Insta Tours highlight Dublin’s picture-perfect spots, taking you to the exact locations and angles that give social media snaps a real edge.
The EPIC Emigration Walking Tour
The EPIC Emigration Walking Tour tells the long and often painful story of Irish emigration over the centuries. It also explains how Dublin’s Docklands was a vital economic engine long before the area evolved into today’s financial and tech powerhouse.
Pat Liddy’s Private Tours
Pat Liddy’s Private Tours reveal corners of the city that even many native Dubliners do not know. Pat and his team have an unparalleled knowledge of the city and its characters and share many funny, tragic and sometimes bizarre stories.
If you’d like to venture further afield, day tours are available to the beautiful monastic site of Glendalough, the Boyne Valley’s Neolithic passage tombs and many other enthralling locations. Our staff can recommend tours you might find of particular interest or relevance – just ask!
Top Tourist Attractions
The Guinness Storehouse is at the top of the list of things to do with its rich history and breathtaking views. The Gravity Bar located on the top floor of the building overlooks the idyllic city.View More
Wine & Dine
Dublin is filled with a huge variety of pubs and restaurants with many cuisines to choose from. Whether you're looking for the perfect spot for a romantic meal.View More
With Dublin having such a wide range of theatres, sporting grounds and live music venues, there really isn’t any shortage of entertainment available.View More
Shopping In Dublin
With Dublin being the capital city of Ireland, there is no shortage of shops around. With iconic streets such as O’Connell Street, Henry Street and Grafton Street.View More
Dublin itself is quite a quirky city that has a lot of unusual places and things to offer. While there are the usual hot spots and sightseeing to be done.View More