Tours & Activities in Dublin
Explore our beautiful city and see the main sights with a passionate, local guide!
- General Post Office
- O'Connell Bridge
- Trinity College (from College Green)
- Temple Bar District
- Christchurch Cathedral
- St. Patrick's Cathedral
- Dublin Castle
Your guide will have recommendations for great food, drinks/nightlife and will show you where the real Dubliners go to socialise.
Join us on tour to make the most and get the very best of your visit to Dublin!
Our free night tour combines urban legends and Dublin pub history . We will know the anatomy of each "Public House" and its evolution over the centuries. We will tour the Temple Bar district , O'Neills Pub and The Clarence Hotel. We will tell you what to eat and drink and which are the most emblematic places. Then we will continue our tour through some alleys to talk about gothic writers , vampires and ghosts . We will talk about the Hellfire Club secret society and the history of the Darkey Kelly pub. Did you know that in the Middle Ages beer was brewed by us witches?
In this tour we will tell you everything!
Some points of interest that we are going to visit:
Dame Lane Street
Darkey Kelly's Pub
Saint Audoen Church
Brazen Head Pub
And much more....
Our free tour of Dublin is the best experience to discover the most emblematic places and learn about the origins of many Irish traditions. We will accompany you on a complete tour of monuments, streets and cathedrals.
We will start with Dublin Castle, taking a tour of Christ Church Cathedral, Ha'Penny Bridge, Temple Bar
and much more.
In addition, we will talk about the founding of the city by the Vikings , the conflicts between Catholics and Protestants and the origins of the Irish Republic.
Some places we will visit:
Molly Malone statue
Ha Penny Bridge
Post Office (GPO)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Daniel O'Connell Bridge
And much more...
We will wait for you!
Experience the historical sights of Dublin, from the unique lens of Conor Eyes. Discover the heart of Dublin, and who stole it. Is Dublin castle really a castle and what is the point of the "millennium" spire? Also, why does no one know about the Dublin Pyramids?
The tour includes:
- Barnardo Square outside City Hall.
- Then walk to into Dublin castle
- The Dubh Linn Gardens
- Temple Bar (Break 15-minute coffee break.)
- Across to O'Connell Bridge and O'Connell statue
- Westmoreland Street to College green to Trinity College and Irish Parliament(Bank Of Ireland)
Dublin is a fascinating place. Discovered by the Vikings, and conquered by the Normans.