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Dublin City Highlights Bike Tour

  • Bike tour allows you to travel Dublin like a local
  • All equipment included: bike, helmet, and high-visibility bib
  • Guide provides directions and commentary
Dublin City Highlights Bike Tour
From US$32.67
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Taste of Dublin
A two and a half hour tour of the city's main sights, with authoritative accounts of Dublin's cultural heritage and its place in the modern world. It's a fun and informed guide to Ireland's capital.
From US$32.67
Saturday afternoon tour
Three hour guided tour
From US$32.67
Travel like a local in Dublin, pedaling through the city to see the top landmarks and highlights on a bicycle. Follow a guide, providing navigation and directions, off the popular tourist trail inhabited by most sightseeing buses to witness some of the Irish capital's hidden corners. Highlights include Temple Bar, St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Guinness Brewery, Dublin Castle, and College Green, among others.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and group at the Daintree Building on Pleasant's Place, and be properly fitted for a bike and safety equipment. Pedaling through Dublin on a bicycle lets you travel as the locals do, getting to know the city from the ground up without fussing with maps or directions. Simply follow the guide to see some of the off-the-beaten-path sites that ordinary tour buses can't access.

Start your tour with a circuit around some of the top landmarks, including Merrion Square, Parnell Square, O'Connell Street, Temple Bar, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and College Green. Then head a bit out of the usual tourist loop to see the Blessington Street Basin and the 18th-century Roe's Distillery windmill on the way to the Grand Canal Dock area, part of “the new Dublin.” Along the way, listen to your guide’s commentary on the ancient city's history, culture, and modern iteration.
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Reviewed 6 days ago
A fabulous bike tour of Dublin

Ok,so the beautiful weather helped, but I can honestly say that this is the best way to see Dublin. I have taken walking tours before, taken a bus tour, but never a bike tour. You can cover a lot of ground in a short space...More

Thank Sally S
Reviewed 6 days ago
Highlight of our Dublin stay

John was an amazing guide. As a family of four (parents and two grown children) we all had a fantastic time snaking through the streets of Dublin. I wouldn't try biking in the city without a guide, but John kept us all safe and entertained...More

Thank Lisa R
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great to get a feel for the city

First off, we were a few minutes late because we got a little lost - totally our fault. I called to let the company know that we were coming. They made sure not to leave without us and were very supportive of getting us geared...More

Thank MinneJenny
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
3 Hours, Easy Ride, Wonderful Guide

Three hours passed too quickly with so much to see. Our tour guide Kate, not only weaved our group expertly though the busseling streets, but also provided the colourful details of fact, fiction and folklore to enhance every stop with learning and memories. Her advanced...More

Thank Bone123456
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Unusual tour

Saw Dublin, warts and all at times, with this relaxed, leisurely but personal tour. Though a busy, sunny Saturday afternoon I have never experienced such a personal tour of a major city centre. The tour was well paced with regular breaks for a well informed...More

Thank psavage8
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15 July 2018|
Response from Parkyjnr | Reviewed this property |
No, the tour includes riding on Dublin’s roads and being able to navigate traffic. Older teens and adults would be better suited in my opinion.
Cheryl B
12 May 2018|
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Response from Gerjo P |
Hi Cheryl, the tour is 2 1/2 half a 3 hours long.
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