Eco Friendly Dublin Tours
Dublin Historical Walking Tour including Trinity College
Few cities wear history on its sleeve like Dublin does! The Historical Walking Tour has been acclaimed as a must-do tour for any visitor to Dublin and starts at Trinity College main gates. It takes in the grounds of Trinity College, Old Irish Parliament, Dublin Castle, City Hall, the Medieval and Viking quarter centered around Christ Church Cathedral and finishes in the old port of Temple Bar on the banks of the River Liffey.
Viking and Medieval Dublin Walking Tour
Start this enchanting walk from the Tourist Office, once the site of the old Viking parliament. Traipse through narrow lane ways until you reach the Georgian styled City Hall and the courtyards of historic Dublin Castle. Mostly an 18th century complex, discover medieval remains and the gardens before walking along a section of the Norman city walls. View the remains of an ancient church on your way to the west end of Temple Bar, the site of Dublin's origins.
Dublin Castle and St Patrick's Cathedral Walking Tour
After journeying past a magnificent Georgian mansion, start your walking tour of Dublinís Catholic quarter via shopping side-streets and markets. Pass by the site of the world's first pneumatic tire factory, which stands on the site of a former Viking burial ground. Discover a historical medieval abbey- the final resting place of St Valentine - patron saint of all lovers, before venturing through a historic former 17th-18th century Huguenot region.
The Historic Northside of Dublin Walking Tour
Discover places most Dublin visitors rarely see, from the east end of the historic Temple Bar district, the 17th and 18th century docklands area and now Dublin's Left Bank and cultural quarter. Walk over the famous Ha'penny Bridge and along the boardwalk to enjoy the River Liffey. Over 1,000 years ago, Norse longboats sailed over capturing the early Christian village of Dublin. They went on to build what was to become one of the most important trading towns in the Viking world.
Georgian and Victorian Splendors Dublin Walking Tour including Trinity College
Examine Georgian splendors on this guided walking tour of Dublin. Start in the leafy cul-de-sac of Foster Place and stand before the elegant former armory of the Bank of Ireland, erected during the takeover of Irish Parliament in 1803. Venture into the courtyard of the remarkable old Parliament House. It was the first building in the world to be erected for a two-house legislature. Wander through the House of Lords, one of the world's oldest parliament rooms, dating from 1733, still in its original condition.
The Dublin City Walking Tour
Journey through the main shopping streets and historic Georgian and Victorian quarters of the Grafton Street area on this walking tour of Dublin. Visit Powerscourt Townhouse, the impressive city mansion of an 18th century aristocratic family and now an extraordinary shopping center, before arriving into St Stephen's Green Park. Once a public hanging ground in medieval times, this park owes its present existence to the Guinness family.
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