The guide John was informative, funny and unbelievably energetic. You walk around a lot and hear amazing stories of the history of the city. Super recommended!
Learn about Dublin’s turbulent history with this walking tour on the city’s Northside. Limited to 10 people, this intimate tour offers personalized attention from your guide as you stroll to see top landmarks including the Ha’Penny Bridge and the Great Irish Famine Memorial.
Meet your guide at Bernado Square, next to Dublin’s City Hall. Before setting out on this walking tour, the guide introduces Dublin’s turbulent history and landmarks on the Northside.
Cross the famous Ha’Penny Bridge and visit the Moore Street Terraces, an important site in the 1916 Rebellion, and hear stories about the violent events that took place there.
During a stroll along the cobbled streets, your guide points out two beautiful examples of Neoclassical architecture: the Custom House and Liberty Hall. The tour continues with a visit to the Great Irish Famine Memorial and the Jeanie Johnson Tall Ship, commemorating the 80 million people that left Ireland due to hardship.
The tour finishes in a central Dublin location for continued independent exploration.
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I do Sandeman tours in as many cities as I can, and the Dublin one is right there at the top! Patrick was an incredible tour guide: he projected his voice so no problems hearing him over street noise, he's tall so easy to spot...More
The walking tour with Adam was very nice. I can recommend everyone visiting Dublin to take this tour on the first day. He gave a concise and fun introduction into the history of Ireland, the Irish language, gave a feel for the things in play...More
This was a truly fantastic tour! Very well organized, cheery and intellectual staff, I was quite impressed with the variety and depth of details. My guide started out with John, who knows dates and history like a human Wiki! He does talk quite fast, but...More