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Dublin Historical Walking Tour

Dublin Historical Walking Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$16.17

Few cities wear history on its sleeve like Dublin does! The Historical Walking Tour has been acclaimed as a must-do tour for any visitor to Dublin and starts at Trinity College main gates. It takes in the grounds of Trinity College, Old Irish Parliament, Dublin Castle, City Hall, the Medieval and Viking quarter centered around Christ Church Cathedral and finishes in the old port of Temple Bar on the banks of the River Liffey.

Your guide has a passion for all aspects of history and will be delighted to discuss anything which might be of interest to you ... More info ›

Few cities wear history on its sleeve like Dublin does! The Historical Walking Tour has been acclaimed as a must-do tour for any visitor to Dublin and starts at Trinity College main gates. It takes in the grounds of Trinity College, Old Irish Parliament, Dublin Castle, City Hall, the Medieval and Viking quarter centered around Christ Church Cathedral and finishes in the old port of Temple Bar on the banks of the River Liffey.

Your guide has a passion for all aspects of history and will be delighted to discuss anything which might be of interest to you. Dublin combines a medieval city with the most stately of eighteenth century architecture and a thriving contemporary cultural scene. Behind the doorways, at every street corner there are reminders of the characters - revolutionary, literary and others - who imagined the city.

In just 2 hours, this entertaining 'seminar on the street' conducted by history graduates of Trinity College Dublin, explores the main features of Irish history - Dublin's development, the influence of the American and French Revolutions, the Potato Famine 1845 - 1849, the 1916 Rising, the great War and the 1916 rising, the war of Independence, the Northern conflict and Ireland today.

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The Dublin City Walking Tour

The Dublin City Walking Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$12.44

Take a city walking tour around Dublin with a local guide to make sure you don’t miss Dublin's most popular icons. See the General Post Office, walk down O’Connell Street, visit Temple Bar, explore Trinity College and more! Your local guide will tell you about Dublin’s long and fascinating history and entertain you with interesting facts about the important sights you’ll see.

Your Dublin walking tour starts on Dublin’s main street, O’Connell Street, one of the widest streets in Europe ... More info ›

Take a city walking tour around Dublin with a local guide to make sure you don’t miss Dublin's most popular icons. See the General Post Office, walk down O’Connell Street, visit Temple Bar, explore Trinity College and more! Your local guide will tell you about Dublin’s long and fascinating history and entertain you with interesting facts about the important sights you’ll see.

Your Dublin walking tour starts on Dublin’s main street, O’Connell Street, one of the widest streets in Europe. Here you will see the General Post Office, a place of symbolic importance for Irish people, as it was the headquarters of the Irish provisional government during the 1916 rebellion, which led to Irish independence!

Then follow your guide through the Henry Street shopping district toward St Mary’s Church, a former Church of Ireland that is now a bar and restaurant simply called The Church. It’s one of the earliest examples of a galleried church in Dublin. It was built at the beginning of the 18th century and boasts many outstanding features, such as the Renatus Harris-built organ and spectacular stained-glass window.

Next, head to the Italian Quarter. This delightful shopping and eating district, also called Quarter Bloom, is located on the north side of the River Liffey. From the Viking beginnings of Dublin to today, the Liffey has been important for trade in Ireland.

From here, make your way to Temple Bar, the city’s promoted “cultural quarter” and nightlife spot that preserves its medieval street pattern, with many narrow cobbled streets.

Continue to see Dublin City Hall, an outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned; Dublin Castle, with its 800-plus years of Irish history; and the former House of Parliament, the first purpose-built parliament house in the world.

Finally, arrive at Trinity College, founded just before the Tudor monarchy completed the task of extending its authority over the whole of Ireland. Trinity College is Ireland’s oldest university and one of the seven ancient universities of Britain.

Your tour ticket also includes discounts at the Abbey Theatre, The Church (a cafe and bar set inside the former St Mary’s Church), and Bewley’s – head to one of these popular Dublin cafes after your tour if you wish!

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Dublin Historical Highlights Walking Tour

Dublin Historical Highlights Walking Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$14.92

See Dublin’s top sights on this 2.5-hour historical walking tour. With a professional guide, walk by famous landmarks, from Trinity College to Dublin Castle to relics of the city’s Viking past ... More info ›

See Dublin’s top sights on this 2.5-hour historical walking tour. With a professional guide, walk by famous landmarks, from Trinity College to Dublin Castle to relics of the city’s Viking past. Stroll around colorful Temple Bar, and encounter hidden cobbled alleyways and graceful Georgian mansions. As you walk, your knowledgeable guide will share interesting facts and stories about the attractions you see.

With your knowledgeable guide, start your tour in central Dublin and walk through Dublin's broad streets and narrow passageways to admire the city’s famed historical sights. A map is also provided, which you can keep to use after your tour, if you wish. Pass by the former Houses of Parliament and make your way to Trinity College, the oldest university in Ireland.

Stroll past City Hall before wandering past the garden of Dublin Castle. Then, see Chester Beatty Library, the medieval city wall and a beautiful vantage point that overlooks St Patrick’s Cathedral. Hear how the cathedral was a favorite place of worship of the renowned Anglo-Irish author Jonathan Swift in the 18th century, and then stroll along Fishamble Street (the site of the first performance of Messiah by George Frederick Handel) and Christ Church Cathedral (first founded by the Vikings).

Continue along the western section of Temple Bar, Dublin’s popular nightlife and culture district, where your tour ends. Before leaving your guide will give you a discount card that can be used at the following Dublin attractions and eateries:

  • Church Café Bar: 20% savings on bar food
  • Abbey Theatre: 10% savings on tickets and merchandise
  • Bewley’s Café: 10% savings on food

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Guided walking and cultural history day tour of Padraic Pearse's Cottage and Derrigimlagh in Connemara

Guided walking and cultural history day tour of Padraic Pearse's Cottage and Derrigimlagh in Connemara - Galway, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Galway, Ireland

From USD
$596.93

Discover three fascinating sites of international historical significance walking the wild and rugged landscapes of breathtakingly scenic Connemara, with a local tour and walking guide. These sites are combined into two new Signature points on the Wild Atlantic Way route.

The first Signature point is Pearse’s Cottage at the Connemara Cultural Centre in Rosmuc ... More info ›

Discover three fascinating sites of international historical significance walking the wild and rugged landscapes of breathtakingly scenic Connemara, with a local tour and walking guide. These sites are combined into two new Signature points on the Wild Atlantic Way route.

The first Signature point is Pearse’s Cottage at the Connemara Cultural Centre in Rosmuc. Patrick Pearse was one of the leaders of the 1916 Rising. This Signature point is situated in a Gaeltacht area in Connemara, where you can still hear the Irish language spoken today. Take a looped walk with our local guide to explore the fascinating history, culture and landscapes of this area.

Then break for lunch at your own cost at a local eatery, sampling freshly made local foods.

Travel on your own onto the second Signature point of Derrigimlagh, which combines two sites of historical importance - this is where Marconi set up the world’s first permanent transatlantic radio station and Alcock and Brown were the first pilots to fly non-stop across the Atlantic, before crash landing (safely) in Derrigimlagh bog. Take another guided looped walk with our local guide to explore this well interpreted area.

Own transport for return with an optional stop in the market town Clifden-known as the ‘capital’ of Connemara or take the very scenic drive up Sky Road, just outside Clifden.

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Self-Guided Wild Atlantic Way Biking Tour from Clifden

Self-Guided Wild Atlantic Way Biking Tour from Clifden  - Clifden, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Clifden, Ireland

From USD
$48.50

Welcome to cycling along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way to experience the dramatic land and seascapes of the west of Ireland. Connemara is punctuated by world famous views and sites, unique and ancient heritage and the geology and natural features of the region are in a class of their own ... More info ›

Welcome to cycling along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way to experience the dramatic land and seascapes of the west of Ireland. Connemara is punctuated by world famous views and sites, unique and ancient heritage and the geology and natural features of the region are in a class of their own. Biking & cycling safaris are great for those who like to get outdoors into the fresh pure Connemara air, with landscapes dominated by the Twelve Bens mountain range, boarded by Lough Corrib in the East and the Atlantic on the West.

The cycling trip starts in the town of Clifden, Connemara, situated 48 miles (78 kilometers) from Galway. Clifden is the perfect base to explore Connemara’s rich landscape and heritage.

You'll pick up your bike, equipment, and map in Clifden at 10am to start an unforgettable day in Connemara (transport to starting point is not included). During this trip you will plan your route individually. The following routes are suggested:

You can enjoy a scenic ride from Clifden along the haunting bog road to Roundstone. On the ride back to Clifden you will pass Ballyconneely; take your time to admire the beautiful coasts of Connemara and make a stop at Alcock & Brown Memorial, the landing site of the very first trans Atlantic flight. (Approx. 2h 15min - 40 km; 25 miles)

Travel to Tullycross and then take the Connemara Loop to discover the beautiful Peninsula of Renvyle and the former castle of the pirate queen Grace O’Malley. (3h - 50 km; 31 miles)

Another suggestion is to hit the road and ride along the Wild Atlantic Way to the charming fishing village of Cleggan. Pass by Claddaghduff and its beautiful Omey Beach on your way back and appreciate the beautiful coastal landscapes. (1h 30min - 23 km; 14.2 miles)

From Clifden, follow the Sky Road and gaze at the stunning view and its wide range of scenery. Make a stop at Clifden Castle to explore this charming ruin. (1h - 11km; 6.8 miles)

For lunch, make a stop at Roundstone, Cleggan, or Clifden depending on your itinerary to taste some delicious seafood in one of the restaurants (price of lunch not included in the package).

At 6pm, travel back to Clifden to drop off the bike and the equipment.

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Self-Guided Wild Atlantic Way E-Biking Tour from Clifden

Self-Guided Wild Atlantic Way E-Biking Tour from Clifden  - Clifden, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Clifden, Ireland

From USD
$87.05

Take in the wild Irish land and seascapes of the beautiful and dramatic Wild Atlantic Way in Connemara, as you meander with your electric bike along quiet country lanes and rugged coastal routes on this self-guided day tour. There are lots of breathtaking routes to choose from ... More info ›

Take in the wild Irish land and seascapes of the beautiful and dramatic Wild Atlantic Way in Connemara, as you meander with your electric bike along quiet country lanes and rugged coastal routes on this self-guided day tour. There are lots of breathtaking routes to choose from. Include a ride along the famous and scenic Sky Road as well as the haunting Bog Road. Or make your way to Roundstone village for fresh Atlantic mussels or a seafood chowder and continue on with a visit to the Connemara Smokehouse, where you’ll see how the finest Irish smoked salmon is crafted.

Before embarking on this exciting cycling adventure, pick up your electric bike, equipment, and map in Clifden at 9am (transport to starting point is not included). During this trip you are free to choose which routes to take.

You can enjoy a scenic ride from Clifden along the haunting bog road to Roundstone. On the ride back to Clifden you will pass Ballyconneely; take your time to admire the beautiful coasts of Connemara and make a stop at Alcock & Brown Memorial, the landing site of the very first trans Atlantic flight. (2h 15min - 40 km; 25 miles)

Travel to Tullycross, and then take the Connemara Loop to discover the beautiful Peninsula of Renvyle and the former castle of the pirate queen Grace O’Malley. (3h - 50 km; 31 miles)

Another suggestion is to hit the road and ride along the Wild Atlantic Way to the charming fishing village of Cleggan. Pass by Claddaghduff and its beautiful Omey Beach on your way back and appreciate the beautiful coastal landscapes. (1h 30min - 23 km; 14.2 miles)

From Clifden, follow the Sky Road and gaze at the stunning view and its wide range of scenery. Make a stop at Clifden Castle to explore this charming ruin. (1h - 11 km; 6.8 miles)

For lunch, we suggest you to make a stop at Roundstone, Cleggan, or Clifden depending on your itinerary to taste some delicious seafood in one of the restaurants (price of lunch not included in the package).

At 6pm you will travel back to Clifden to drop off the electric bike and the equipment.

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