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Dublin: Fast-Track Book of Kells Ticket & Dublin Castle Tour

1. Dublin: Fast-Track Book of Kells Ticket & Dublin Castle Tour

Discover the “most precious object in the western world,” according to the 1007 Chronicles of Ulster, on a cultural fast-track easy access tour of the Book of Kells at Trinity College Dublin. Meet your local Dublin guide at the main entrance to Trinity College and marvel at the rich ornamentation and dense symbolism of the 8th-century Book of Kells. This is an illuminated manuscript of the 4 Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Get up close and admire one of the finest examples of medieval illumination. On the second part of this fascinating tour visit the 12th-century Dublin Castle built by King John where your professional local English-speaking guide will show you all the exterior highlights including the Castle gardens, affording you one of the best tour experiences in Ireland. From Autumn/Fall 2023, the Library at Trinity College will be closed for renovations. The 9th-century Book of Kells will still be on display.

Dublin: Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Live Guide

2. Dublin: Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Live Guide

Discover the magic of Dublin with our hop-on hop-off bus tour! With a 24,48, or 72-hour ticket, you can explore the city's top sights, including St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and St. Stephen’s Green at your own pace. Starting at Upper O'Connell Street, the Red Line has 25 stops packed full of Irish fun. Hop on and off the bus as many times as you wish within your ticket validity, and with buses passing through every 30 minutes, you can rejoin the tour when you're ready. Explore the beauty of Nassau Street and plan a visit to the National Art Gallery. Discover Merrion Square and stroll around the Georgian-style gardens before grabbing a bite to eat in Temple Bar. Don't forget to visit two of the most well-known cathedrals in Ireland - The Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patrick's. And if you really want to experience the Dublin lifestyle, quench your thirst with a nice, cold pint of Guinness, freshly made from the Guinness Storehouse. But that's not all! Join the optional Yellow Umbrella Walking Tour to delve into the mysteries of Dublin, visit Trinity College, and explore the vibrant city center with our charming and witty guides. For a fun evening out, take our Panoramic Night Tour where our live guide shares the fascinating tales of the city as you cruise along its illuminated streets. Hear the hidden stories and exciting history with a locals' look into Dublin's traditions, architecture, and most memorable characters. Looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a trip to the Irish countryside? Our half-day Coastal Tour is perfect! Visit scenic Howth Summit and its fishing village to explore the cliffs on a guided walking tour and stroll through the picturesque Village on your own time. Try a delicious seafood dinner caught fresh from the shores before returning home. Experience Dublin like never before, with the freedom to explore where you want, when you want!

Dublin: Big Bus Panoramic Night Tour with Live Guide

3. Dublin: Big Bus Panoramic Night Tour with Live Guide

See the lights of Dublin sparkle at night on-board an open-top double-decker bus tour. The panoramic tour which lasts one hour will take you past some of the city's most famous sights and attractions including Dublin Castle, the Christ Church Cathedral and St. Stephen's Green. While travelling along the Night Tour's unique route, hear historical tales of city's top sights and prominent figures including Temple Bar, the Docklands and the oldest pub in Dublin, The Brazen Head with the stories following James Joyce, Oscar Wild or Bono. It’s the perfect way to spend the evening in Dublin whether you're travelling alone, with family or with someone special.

Dublin Highlights: 2.45-Hour Walking Tour in Italian

4. Dublin Highlights: 2.45-Hour Walking Tour in Italian

Learn the history of Dublin and its historic monuments with an Italian-speaking guide. Explore the early days when St. Patrick arrived to evangelize to the pagans, up to life in the city in the present day. Start at Trinity College and learn the legend of Molly Malone before walking to Dublin Castle, where the British controlled Ireland up to the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in 1921. Marvel at the impressive facades of St. Patrick's Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral before going to the popular entertainment district of Temple Bar. Cross the Liffey Bridge – known locally as the Ha'penny Bridge – to discover some of the most significant spots from the history of Ireland on the north side of the river, including the General Post Office, one of the last Georgian buildings built in the capital. Get insider tips, such as where to eat a tasty Irish stew, listen to live music or find the best pubs along the way. End at the Spire of Dublin monument on O'Connell Street.

Dublin: Historic Guided Walking Tour & Dublin Castle Ticket

5. Dublin: Historic Guided Walking Tour & Dublin Castle Ticket

Discover Dublin on a guided walking tour to learn about its history and modern-day life. Get close to the main monuments like Trinity College, Dublin Castle, and Christchurch, while learning about the city’s turbulent history. Tickets to Dublin Castle are included. Start at the Molly Malone statue to learn stories of pirates and fishermen and the legend that revolves around Ireland's most famous fishmonger of the 17th century. Remembered by all Dubliners, she has her own song, which will not go unnoticed on your visit to the city. Continue to Trinity College, where intellectuals such as Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde have passed through, and more modern personalities such as Courtney Love. Founded by Queen Elizabeth I of England in 1592 it has stood out for its incredible reputation for education, research, and innovation. From studies and responsibilities, move on to a much more casual Dublin, the famous Temple Bar area. Here, Dubliners and visitors alike enjoy the pints while listening to live music. No pub can escape the charms of traditional Irish music. Your next stop is Christ Church Cathedral, one of Dublin's two medieval cathedrals. Next to it, discover St. Patrick's Cathedral, newer and larger than the previous one. From its gardens, learn about its history and most representative legends. Your guided walking tour of Dublin ends at one of the city's most important monuments - Dublin Castle. Since the 12th century, Vikings, soldiers, and kings have passed through it, and with your guide, you’ll discover the reason for its colored blocks. Your tour includes entry tickets for Dublin Castle which you can visit at your leisure after you say goodbye to your guide.

Dublin: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour

6. Dublin: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour

Ireland welcomes you from its capital, Dublin, with a guided walking tour to learn about its history and modern-day life. Get close to the main monuments like Trinity College, Dublin Castle, and Christchurch, while learning about their history and interesting anecdotes. Start at the Molly Malone statue, where we will learn stories of pirates and fishermen and the legend that revolves around Ireland's most famous fishmonger of the 17th century. Remembered by all Dubliners, she has her own song, which will not go unnoticed on your visit to the city. Continue to Trinity College, where intellectuals such as Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde have passed through, and more modern personalities such as Courtney Love. Founded by Queen Elizabeth I of England in 1592 it has stood out for its incredible reputation for education, research, and innovation. From studies and responsibilities, move on to a much more casual Dublin, the famous Temple Bar. Here, Dubliners and visitors alike enjoy the pints while listening to live music. No pub can escape the charms of traditional Irish music. Your next stop is Christ Church Cathedral, one of Dublin's two medieval cathedrals. Next to it, discover St. Patrick's Cathedral, newer and larger than the previous one. From its gardens, learn about its history and most representative legends. Your guided walking tour of Dublin ends at one of the city's most important monuments. Dublin Castle. Since the 12th century, Vikings, soldiers, and kings have passed through it, and with your guide discover the reason for its colored blocks. Book now!

Dublin: Audio Guide Tour with 26 Attraction Visits

7. Dublin: Audio Guide Tour with 26 Attraction Visits

Embark on an immersive journey through Dublin's storied streets with an audio guide tour, a companion that unlocks the city's secrets at your own pace. Dublin is a captivating blend of old-world charm and modern vitality. From the medieval streets of Temple Bar to the majestic expanse of Phoenix Park, this audio tour is your passport to discovering the city's hidden gems, iconic landmarks, and the untold stories that linger in every cobblestone. Traverse the winding paths of Dublin and transport through time, with tales of Viking invasions, literary legends, and the birth of a nation. Immerse yourself in the melodic lilt of the locals, the echoes of centuries-old laughter, and the whispers of historical intrigue that linger in the air. Learn more about the top 26 tourist attractions in Dublin. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Heuston Station 2. National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History 3. Distillery Bow St 4. St. Michan's Church 5. Dublinia 6. Christ Church Cathedral 7. Dublin Castle 8. Chester Beatty 9. St. Patrick's Cathedral 10. Marsh's Library 11. St. Stephen's Green 12. The Little Museum 13. National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology 14. National Museum of Ireland - Natural History 15. National Gallery of Ireland 16. Trinity College and Library 17. Irish Whiskey Museum 18. Molly Malone Statue 19. GPO Museum 20. Famine Sculptures 21. EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum 22. Kilmainham Gaol Museum 23. Phoenix Park 24. Dublin Zoo 25. Glasnevin Museum 26. National Botanic Gardens

Skip the Line Guinness Storehouse & Book of Kells Icon Tour

8. Skip the Line Guinness Storehouse & Book of Kells Icon Tour

On this fully guided Celtic icon walking tour of Dublin city’s two must-see top highlights including The Guinness Storehouse and the 9th century Book of Kells. This tour not only traces the history of the 9th-century Book of Kells but also offers a fascinating Skip the Line tour to Ireland’s top attraction, The Guinness Storehouse where tour guests will enjoy the best pint ever at the world-famous Gravity Bar for unbelievable views of Dublin city and beyond. Packed full of incredible insights including visits to Dublin's Trinity College established in 1592 and to the legendary Molly Malone statue celebrating the legendary figure who was commemorated in the song 'Cockles and Mussels', and now one of the most familiar symbols of the capital. This interactive 4-hour tour is the essential guide to Irish culture Dublin city icons and Ireland's fascinating history and love for Guinness stout.

Dublin: Self-Guided Audio Tour in English

9. Dublin: Self-Guided Audio Tour in English

Explore Dublin at your own pace on a self-guided audio tour. Journey through history as you learn about the early political struggles and events that followed. Hear about the Irish potato famine and other events as you visit attractions including Dublin Castle and the Garden of Remembrance. Immerse yourself in a traditional way of life at the pubs and music venues. Visit attractions such as the General Post Office and James Joyce Statue. Learn about legendary characters such as Charles Stewart Parnell and Molly Malone. Stroll down Grafton Street, admire the Ha' Penny Bridge and visit the Royal Exchange. Discover the site of the Book of Kells and much more.

Dublin: Private Tour of City Monuments in Spanish

10. Dublin: Private Tour of City Monuments in Spanish

The Private Tour of Dublin is the most comfortable and personal way to get to know Dublin, since you will have a guide at your disposal to discover the most interesting corners of the city. Being a private tour, the guide will pick you up at the hotel, attraction or agreed place, as long as it is central. We will tour Dublin at your own pace, with time to take all the photos you want, buy some souvenirs or even have lunch in a restaurant to your liking. The walk ends in the place you want, so you can take advantage and enter the last monument on your itinerary. In our standard itinerary we will see the most important monuments and attractions of Dublin: City Hall or City Hall, Dublin Castle, Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Georgian houses, Temple Bar, Ha'Penny Bridge, Bank of Ireland, Trinity College, Cathedral of the Holy Trinity…

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The tour guide was absolutely amazing. The whole tour just felt like you're walking around the city with a friend. I absolutely adored the little fun facts and the extensive knowledge on the Irish history.

The Host lee was an absolute pleasure of entertainment learning so many things in Dublin, definitely recommend for something small to do in the night time.

Richard was great - did a really good job. Super friendly and entertaining, thank you!!!

Richard was an excellent guide. I would book with him again!

Jerry was a fantastic guide, very knowledgeable and kind