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.