The Best Walking Tours of Dublin
Walking tours are a great way to learn about a city! Amble through Dublin’s alleys, along its busiest streets and discover hidden gems in the process. The benefits of walking tours are endless!
Not only are they great ways to meet other tourists, especially if you travel alone, but they’re also often free. Gain an intimate perspective of the city and walking is also a great way to lower your carbon footprint.
1916 Rebellion Walking Tour
The most significant event in Ireland’s modern history – and indeed, the most powerful step towards our eventual break from British rule – was the 1916 Rising. It took place in large part on the streets of Dublin city, where the memories (and the bullet holes) remain to this day. This tour helps you to follow in the footsteps of the rebels, over a century on.
Lorcan Collins, author, historian and podcaster, will take you to the relevant sites of these battles in Dublin as the complexities of Irish history are explained.
Booking is essential, click here for reservations.
For larger groups or any enquiries contact Lorcan on 086 85 83 847 or email email@example.com
Dublin Free Walking Tours
Leaving twice a day (at 11:00am and 3:00pm) from the Spire on O’Connell Street, Dublin Free Walking Tours offer an educational overview of key attractions on the north and south sides of the city. The morning south side tour covers Trinity College, Temple Bar, Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick’s Cathedral; while the afternoon takes in the Garden of Remembrance, Moore Street Market, the Spire, Custom House and the GPO, on the city’s north side.
In addition, they also offer a Sex & Society Tour, Dublin Music Tour and so much more. Check out their website for more information.
The Dublin Literary Pub Crawl
The Dublin Literary Pub Crawl has been rambling the streets of Dublin and bringing literary history to life since 1988. Professional actors tell you the story of the gin palace, the long hall and the spirit grocer, while quoting live from the works of Joyce, Behan, Wilde and many more. The tour is a form of street theatre, allowing the audience to stand right up beside the actors and experience the language live on the streets of the city where it was born. No props, no make-up. Just the actor within prompting distance of the spectator.
Stay in the Perfect Location
With easy access to the best things to keep you entertained around the city, The Samuel Hotel is the perfect location for your Dublin city break.