Amazing tour with ADAM, who brought us through the main sites of the city! He entartained us with the story and curiosity of the city and its inhabitants! We spend almost 3 hour in the best way!
Perfect for lovers of history and those with an interest in Irish heritage, this walking tour of Dublin's north side provides a fascinating look back in time. Ditch the guidebook, put away your phone, and let your local guide transport you to Ireland’s troubled past as you walk past landmarks such as Ha’penny Bridge and Custom House, and hear stories about the Irish Famine and 1916 Uprising.
Greet your guide next to City Hall and stroll across the Ha’penny Bridge to Dublin’s north side. See neoclassical buildings such as the 18th-century Custom House and General Post Office and soak up local color amid the Moore Street terraces.
Learn about the million who died during the Irish Famine at the Famine Sculptures and about those who fled Ireland at the Jeanie Johnston tall ship. Discover how the famine started the march to liberation—and the worldwide exodus of the Irish people—and hear about the individuals, rebellions, and battles that finally led to freedom.
The tour usually finishes at the Jeanie Johnston ship.
John was our tour guide and we really loved how enthusiastic he was about Dublin. He was really friendly and very informative. Felt like we had seen all the main parts of Dublin in 3 hours so us worthwhile if you are just over there...More
This was the first major activity we did in Dublin and honestly I cannot recommend it enough. Hennessy (our tour guide) was just as lively and exciting as his namesake and I recommend requesting him as your guide if you ever do the tour! We...More