Dublin Ramble Tour
This tour has a bit of everything. From the very famous to hidden gems. Filled with rich, colourful and personalised stories from your guide.
It’s a ramble meaning clients really get a feeling for what Dublin is. We don’t rush but instead stop to really take in the sights and sounds of Dublin City. We veer away a little from tourist hotspots and give real focus to what it is that makes Dublin a magically unique city.
A loop walk around some of the more hidden gems of Dublin City. We start at the statue of the brilliant Charles Stewart Parnell and walk down Parnell Street (formerly Great Britain street) turning down Marlborough street. Lots of great art and interesting facts to see. We show you parts of our rebellious history and our imperial past.
Also we look at the scene of the biggest atrocity of the troubles. We cover Cathedrals, U2, James Joyce and even the Beatles get a look in. We discuss 1916, Apartheid (yes it effected Ireland) and more modern art. We finish up rambling down the Liffey up to the magnificent Customs’ House and the haunting Famine memorial. A lot is packed into these two hours.
Duration: 2.5 hours approx.
Toilet Facilities: Yes