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  • Dublin: Music and Dance Show at The Irish House Party

    1. Dublin: Music and Dance Show at The Irish House Party

    Go on an adventure to a truly unique Irish music and dance experience to the Irish House Party. Upon arrival to the 18th century Dublin townhouse, you will be welcomed by the host followed by a delicious 3-course Irish dinner from a choice of the menu before the entertainment begins. After dinner, entertainment by world champion Irish musicians and dancers in an intimate and homely setting will begin. Sit back and enjoy the show full of music and dancing up close.  Discover this unique activity and experience the indigenous Irish instruments such as the Harp, Uilleann Pipes, and Bodhran. The Irish House Party features musicians who also combine a unique blend of light-hearted audience interaction with fascinating stories about the history of the music and the instruments themselves.  Don’t miss this truly unmissable night out in Dublin.

  • Dublin: Afternoon Tea Vintage Bus Trip

    2. Dublin: Afternoon Tea Vintage Bus Trip

    Relax on board a vintage 1960s double-decker bus that has been fully restored and decorated to the highest standard. Sit back and enjoy a full afternoon tea with vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options available. The seasonal menu includes a trio of freshly made sandwiches, freshly baked scones with jam, butter, and clotted cream, and desserts including a cheesecake, lemon drizzle cake, and almond bakewells among others. There is a wide range of teas, coffees, and hot chocolates to choose from.  Listen to 1950s jazz play while you have a jaunt around the city and hear the hosts' share their favorite stories of Dublin. Have time to enjoy a chat over a cup of tea and food, the real Irish way. This is a very personalized way to see Dublin as the hosts are always on hand to answer any questions you may have. Tour begins at 4-6 Essex Street East and travels past Trinity College, Georgian...

    I was very pleased to come up with this option for an outing with my 93 year old aunt. Strangely, on the website, the age categories for purchasing a ticket ended at 64!

  • Dublin: 2-Hour Whiskey Tasting Tour

    3. Dublin: 2-Hour Whiskey Tasting Tour

    Take in the sights, sounds, and tastes of Ireland's legendary whiskies. You will be guided around Dublin's most established whiskey establishments by an expert whiskey guide. The tour will start in The Lincoln's Inn and afterward, you will visit Bowes Lounge, a legendary Irish pub. And last but not least, you will visit the Palace Bar in Temple Bar, the spirit home of Irish Whiskey with a rich history frequented both by Brendan Behan and Flann O'Brien. You will taste premium whiskies in each of the three pubs, handpicked by an expert whiskey guide at each establishment. You will also learn about the history of whiskey and of Ireland.

    If you’re into drinking plenty of whiskey then this is the tour for you. Conversation started out mainly about whiskey (which was a bit monotonous) but our guide had plenty of tour guide experience with our companies that she started sharing plenty of great facts about Dublin and Ireland.

  • Dublin: 2-Hour Premium Whiskey and Food Tasting Tour

    4. Dublin: 2-Hour Premium Whiskey and Food Tasting Tour

    Visit some of Dublin's most established whiskey establishments with an expertly trained whiskey guide. Taste 5 premium Irish whiskies, along with 2 beautiful Irish farmhouse cheeses accompanied by Irish soda bread. Finish off with some luxurious Irish handmade chocolates. Each of the whiskies will be handpicked by your whiskey guide at every establishment, starting at The Dingle Whiskey Bar, one of the city center's newest whiskey venues, built to showcase Irish whiskey at its best. Continue to Bowes Lounge to experience a legendary Irish pub. Last, but not least, go to the Palace Bar in Temple Bar to discover the spiritual home of Irish whiskey and its rich history. Follow in the footsteps of Brendan Behan and Flann O'Brien at a bar that they both used to frequent.

    Our guide Andrew was extremely funny and knowledgeable. He kept us entertained and laughing

  • Howth: Craft Beer and Seafood Trail

    5. Howth: Craft Beer and Seafood Trail

    After meeting with your tour guide, you will wander through a picturesque fishing village, stopping off at locations along the route to sample the delights of Howth. Along the way, you will hear tales of Howth's ancient past, including Viking and Norman invasions, the history of the 700-year-old castle, kings landing, gun running of Howth (1914), and many many more, mixed with some funny Irish anecdotes. As you stroll across Howth Harbor, you will see the fishing boats returning from sea with their latest catch, and be able to interact with the local fishermen, who are only too willing to share a story or two. Have all of your senses engaged on your journey, with the best views in Ireland, magical sea smells, sounds of the wide variety of local wildlife, and unrivaled food and drink. A selection of seafood will be made on the day, to ensure it is locally sourced and the freshest in Ire...

    Brilliant afternoon out. Our guide was a local guy named mark, and his dog missy. He was great company, as were the other guests we met. Great food, great beer, great tour, great location. Proper value for money

  • Dublin: Full-Day Wicklow Mountains Tour with Lunch

    6. Dublin: Full-Day Wicklow Mountains Tour with Lunch

    This tour brings you to the best places in the Wicklow mountains. Your Italian guide will brief you about the monastic site of St. Kevin in Glendalough and will walk you to the lakes in the National Park. Visit the award-winning gardens at Powerscourt with their curious pet graveyard, the Japanese garden, the winged horses, the Rapunzel tower, and much much more. After a full day of fresh outdoor exploring, take the chance to enjoy the traditional Irish Stew at the pub Johnnie Fox's, probably the most hidden gem of the Wicklow mountains. Menu: • Starter: Salad or vegetable soup with brown homemade bread • Main: Irish stew or vegetarian lasagne • Dessert: Whiskey cake • Tea or coffee • Vegetarian, vegan and kids options available on request

  • South Ireland: Galway and Kerry 3-Day Budget Tour

    7. South Ireland: Galway and Kerry 3-Day Budget Tour

    Discover the majestic beauty of the Ring of Kerry and South Ireland on a 3-day budget tour to Gaelic-speaking Galway and the Cliffs of Moher. Mix with local characters, and learn the legends of the “Emerald Isle” up-close-and-personal. Enjoy an unforgettable night in Killarney, Ireland’s party capital. Dormitory style accommodation is provided in hostels, with the option to stay in B&B or apartment-style accommodation for those that crave a bit more privacy. Day 1: Dublin - Connemara - Galway Depart Dublin for Galway, traveling towards the west of Ireland, and stopping en route for a comfort break. Enjoy the magnificent scenery of the Irish midlands. Experience the rugged wilderness of Connemara as you drive over dramatic mountains that have provided the setting for countless Hollywood movies. Continue along the Connemara coastline to Galway City. Find a nice pub in Gal...

    I had a great time. it was quick way to see the country. I do wish the stops were longer.

  • Dublin: Delicious Walking Food Tour

    8. Dublin: Delicious Walking Food Tour

    After meeting your guide at the bottom of the Spire on O'Connell Street, you will embark on an Irish food and drink discovery tour. Your local food expert will give you a comprehensive overview of Irish food history and the current food scene at the start of the tour, before you set off for a hands on experience of the local gastronomy scene. You will follow your guide around different food businesses on both sides of the river Liffey, including the Temple Bar District and the buzzing creative quarter. This tour provides you with the opportunity to visit various award-winning eateries and food shops, where you can sample Irish food and drinks made with only the best ingredients. From Irish whiskey to artisan cheese, from traditional dishes to new trends, you will be introduced to the foodie scene of the Irish capital and enjoy its tasty delights. At the conclusion of your tour, you wil...

    Our guide was fantastic, so knowledgeable and showing us the history of Dublin as well as introducing us to some fabulous food. A huge thank you.

  • Rail Tour from Dublin: 2-Day West Coast Explorer

    9. Rail Tour from Dublin: 2-Day West Coast Explorer

    Day 1 Check in Dublin Heuston station (Customer Service Desk) for 7:00 departure of InterCity train to Limerick (breakfast available). We join our coach here for a short tour of Limerick City and then to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park(admission included). On to the village of Doolin for O'Connors Pub. Next we visit the stunning Cliffs of Moher, Black Head, the Burren and Galway Bay overnighting in the heart of Galway City(3 star hotel accommodation - bed and full Irish breakfast) Day 2 At 10:00h we head into magnificent Connemara where John Ford filmed "The Quiet Man" in 1951, taking in Clifden, Kylemore Abbey (reduced admission rate applies to Abbey itself), Leenane and Killary Harbour or Roundstone, the Coral Beach and the Sky Road. See lots of breathtaking wild Atlantic coastline. We return to Galway for our return InterCity train to Dublin Heuston a...

  • Galway, Cliffs of Moher & Connemara: 2-Day Combo Tour

    10. Galway, Cliffs of Moher & Connemara: 2-Day Combo Tour

    This 2-day tour combines 2 popular 1 day excursions with an overnight stay, and is an ideal choice if you have a limited amount of time to visit the west of Ireland. You’ll leave Dublin from Paddy’s Palace, and head across the country, admiring views such as the bogs of Allen in the midlands. Then it’s onward to the west of Ireland, where you’ll enjoy a tour of Connemara, taking in the sights of Cong, Lough Corrib, and the remote valleys. The most beautiful wilderness in all of Europe, this is the true rugged beauty of Ireland you’ve heard about. Experience dramatic mountain scenery that has been the setting for countless Hollywood blockbuster movies. From here you’ll continue on to Galway, considered by many to be Ireland's most beautiful city and its party central. Your guide will find a nice pub down by Galway Bay, where you can enjoy traditional Irish music. A walking tour is avai...

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 25 reviews

This tour was fantastic! My daughter and I had the best day. We’re both gluten free and when we go anywhere we’re prepared to be let down, but not on this tour. It was a pleasure and a relief to be fed the same as the other passengers. Also bottomless tea, or coffee was extremely welcomed. Our guide, Kelly was fun and informative. The historical information that was given, you wouldn’t necessarily learn on your own. I recommend this tour for a fun afternoon in Dublin.

Correct tour, without any observation. Very competent guide and always ready to answer any questions. Very timely meal proposal, very good food and prices within the normal range. I strongly advise both the excursion and the team that organizes it.

I really enjoyed this tour! The tea and treats were very good and the guides were funny and nice. Keep in mind, this tour is meant to be done with friends. I was the only person who went by themselves and it was painfully obvious.

Brilliant afternoon out. Our guide was a local guy named mark, and his dog missy. He was great company, as were the other guests we met. Great food, great beer, great tour, great location. Proper value for money

Great experience. Excellent Craft Beers from Hope brewery. Fantastic chowder, Fresh fish and interesting stories about Howth