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Dublin Guided Tour

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(268 Reviews)

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Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
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Experience Highlights

Discover the past and present history of the Irish capital on a guided tour of Dublin . This tour, which lasts approximately 1.5 hours, is specially designed to give you an overview of the city.

You will be accompanied by an expert local guide, who will be in charge of telling you all the relevant information at each point of the itinerary. This is an ideal tour for those who don't have much time on their hands to get to know the city's must-see sights.

  • Walk through the city in a complete and entertaining itinerary.
  • Discover the history of the city with an expert local guide.
  • Pass by Dublin's top tourist attractions to get a panoramic view of the city

What’s included

  • Guided tour of Dublin of approximately 1.5 hours
  • Expert local guide

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Step by Step

A guided tour of Dublin is a great way to walk around the city while you discover information about its history, monuments and landmarks. This tour lasts approximately 1.5 hours, which is plenty of time to discover all that the city has to offer.

Throughout the tour, you will be accompanied by an expert local guide who will give you an overview of Dublin's history, from its founding by the Vikings in 988 AD to the present day. As you stroll through its streets, you will discover the most curious anecdotes about its illustrious characters, its wars or its economic crises.

You will walk along iconic avenues such as O'Connell Street or Grafton Street, cross the famous Ha'Penny Bridge and visit the places that characterise Dublin such as Trinity College or Temple Bar.

There will also be time to visit other lesser known sites, but just as valuable to the city's history. Some examples are the Central Bank of Ireland or the Post General Post Office.

Reviews

4.9
· 268 Reviews
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    Kanu
    5
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    There are so many places to see that it would take days, it is an incredible city.
  • A
    Amaia
    5
    (0 Reviews)
    An unforgettable experience.
  • E
    Elia
    5
    (0 Reviews)
    The guide was very friendly, gave us very good advice on places to visit after the tour was over.
  • P
    Pedro
    5
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    It really is an amazing city. It's hard to think how they have survived so much over the years.
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