We had a lovely afternoon on the Vintage Tea tour. The food was lovely and the tea cups were very cute. I'd thoroughly recommend this tour to family and friends.
There are few meals more civilized than afternoon tea—and this Dublin tour delivers afternoon tea with an extra dose of quirky elegance. Sip tea, nibble sandwiches, and sample desserts to the sounds of smooth 1950s jazz as your vintage Routemaster bus glides through the streets of Dublin. A unique way to discover the city, it’s also a great Mother’s Day gift.
Board your vintage Routemaster bus near Custom House and sit at your appointed table. Feel the nostalgia as your sociable tour escort gets the conversation started, the 1950s jazz starts up, and a classic afternoon tea is served.
Savor all your afternoon tea favorites—finger sandwiches, desserts, cakes, and pastries—as your bus travels through downtown Dublin. See St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Christ Church, Trinity College, St. Stephen’s Green, Wood Quay, O’Connell Street, Phoenix Park, and the grand buildings that comprise Georgian Dublin.
There’s no formal commentary but your hosts will share some of their favorite Dublin stories before you return to base.
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We had a lovely afternoon on the Vintage tea tours. From the warm, friendly welcome to the beautifully laid out table of food, the whole experience was very enjoyable. The food was tasty and there was just enough to leave me with a comfortably full...More
I brought my mum on the Vintage Tea Tour for her Birthday, and we both loved it, much more exciting than having afternoon tea in a hotel or cafe. Firstly the pastries and sandwiches taste divine (especially the brownie). Then the decor of the bus...More
This tour is all about the experience, having tea while riding around in a vintage bus. Our guides Emma and Shane shared some great information about key parts of the city, but getting to just sit and chat with Emma made it feel like we...More
As the song said, Dublin can be heaven, with coffee at eleven. Well guess what, can be as good as with tea at three. Where ?, on the 'Vintage Tea tour'. To celebrate the 95th birthday of our dear Mother, we thought, no better way,...More