Ireland’s capital city, Dublin, encompasses everything the country has become; modern, culturally rich and proud of her long and fascinating history. Dublin city can be explored in a day with some of the best sights within walking distance of the bustling city centre.
Our Dublin tours bring you on a private guided walk through the best Dublin sightseeing including sight seeing favourites ,Temple Bar’s cobble stone streets, Grafton Street, the GPO and Trinity college.
We incorporate the best private tours of Dublin city, into your luxury tour of Ireland. Attention to detail and everything thought of, all you have to do is enjoy the expierence
Contact us to concorporate a private guided tour of Dublin into your luxury trip in Ireland.
Step back in time and discover life in Dublin from the time of the Vikings to the 1916 Rising.
Your guide will meet you at your hotel and take you for 2,5 hours through the city centre streets to discover one of the most vibrant cities in Europe.
Finishing in Trinity College on Dublin's College Green, your fast track ticket will let you walk striaght in to Trinity's library that houses the world famous medieavel manuscript.
4.5 hours of Dublin city centre and fantastic Irish Whiskey. Your guide will meet you in your hotel and take you through The Irish Whiskey Museum, The Old Jameson Distillery and Temple Bar's best Whiskey pubs. Your guide is expierenced and knows Irish Whiskey. This is the best way to get to know the city and sample the best of Ireland's whiskey.
- Entry to The Irish Whiskey Museum
- Entry to the Old Jameson Distillery
- Specially selected round of drinks at one one Dublin's best whiskey bars.
- Whiskey tasting
- Guided walking sightseeing through Dublin's historic city centre
James Joyce, Bram Stoker, William Butler Yeats and Oscar Wilde are only some of the world famous authors and originated or lived in Dublin. Your guide knows Dublin city, and takes you from the lobby in your hotel, through the streets of Dublin to retrace the steps of the past literary greats. Stop at the pubs mentioned and frequented in your favourite masterpieces, and walk through the backdrop that inspired some of Ireland's most famous literary giants..
- Entry to the James Joyce Centre
- Drinks in a famous literary pub
- Optional visits to the Chester Beatty Library
- Optional Visits to the Irish Writer's Museum
- Guided walk through Dublin's historic city centre
For groups of six or more, your private guide will take you throu Ireland's most visited tourist attraction and mecca for the folks who are a fam of the famous "Black Stuff" Guinness Storehouse is located on James's Street were Guinness has been brewed by experts since the 1700's. Your guide will bring you throu the " How to pour a pint" lesson, disover how the hops are grown and harvested and witness the entire brewing processes. Make you way to the Guinness Sky bar and enjoy your complimentary pint of Guinness and some of the best views of Dublin City..
- Private Guide
- Complimentary Pint of Guinness
We incorporate the best private tours of Dublin city, into your luxury tour of Ireland. Attention to detail and everything thought of, all you have to do is discover Dublin and enjoy the expierence!
Famous for the people who studied here and the beautiful architecture, Trinity College should be at the top of your list when visiting Dublin city. Located on the central College Green, entering the ancient arch door into the grounds is an experience itself, the sounds of the city are lost behind the large stone walls that keep the city out and the atmosphere of learning preserved. A must see!
Book of Kells
Written in the 9th Century, the book of Kells is the oldest and best preserved medieval manuscript. Written by monks who transcribed the four Gospels, it is fascinating for it’s history and an achievement in design. Located inside the walls of the Trinity College university, the library is open to the public and a great way to begin your day touring the city.
Old Jameson Distillery
Located in Smithfield, one of the oldest parts of Dublin, this is the site where the famous whiskey was distilled until 1971. The visitors experience is a great way to learn about the whiskey, the family that made it and the history of Dublin along the way. Great for the expert and the novice.
Temple Bar is an area of Dublin city centre that has some great pubs and restaurants and a lively atmosphere at night-time. There is always a traditional Irish music session to enjoy and a pint of the lovely Guinness to savour. The cobble stones give the old-world vibe which only serves to enhance the youthful cultural vibe that is around every corner.
Since it’s opening in 2000 almost four million visitors have enjoyed the Guinness Store House experience. On the site were the famous black stout was brewed, this is one of Dublin’s most iconic sites. A must see is the bar in the top of the tour with views over the entire city. Learn how the pint of Guinness is made and how to pour it. It is a great way to spend your afternoon.
Brazen Head Pub
This pub is known as the oldest in Ireland. It has a great authentic feel with lovely traditional food served. There is music sessions on at the weekend and a steady flow of people coming to enjoy the historic atmosphere and the great Guinness.
Perhaps more suitable of you have a few days and a bit more time, but this is a great place to bring your family or get the fresh air. It is one of the largest urban parks in Europe, 707 hectares (1752 acres), with wild deer and open grasslands, unique in a city.
Irish Whiskey Museum
This is a newly opened, ultra-modern whiskey experience right in the centre of Dublin. Learn about the history of the drink and sample some of the best in the country. A great way to get knowledgeable on all things whiskey!
Croke Park Stadium
Croke Park is the headquarters of the Irish Amateur sports ,Gaelic Athletics Associational (GAA). It is also the third largest stadium in Europe. Enjoy the all access tour that brings you though the history of the sport and through the state of the art facilities. Or if your timing is right, attend one the of exciting all – Ireland championship matches and experience the thrill of 80,000 people cheering on a local team become champions.
Bram Stoker Festival
For the Dracula fans, Dublin native, Bram Stoker is celebrated in October with a lively display of things gothic. It’s a great way to see the city and enjoy some fantastic atmosphere.
Saint Audoen’s Church
Located within the walled medieval city, St Audoen's Church is the only remaining medieval parish church in Dublin. It is dedicated to St Ouen the 7th century bishop of Rouen and patron saint of Normandy. The Guild Chapel of St Anne houses an award-winning exhibition on the importance of St Audoen's Church in the life of the medieval city. You can view the 17th century memorials to the Sparke and Duff families and the 15th century tomb to Baron Portlester and his wife.
Opened in 1796 – 1924 the prison symbolises the tradition of militant and constitutional nationalism from the rebellion of 1798 to the Irish Civil War of 1922-23. Some of Ireland’s saddest moments in history happened within these walls. Experience for yourself Irish living history.
RDS Dublin Horse Show
Albeit an event, the Dublin Horse show has become iconic in the city itself. From the 9th – 13th August, the RDS arena is overtaken with the worlds best jumpers ,and of course the people who come to watch. The show has one of the largest annual prize pool for International Show Jumping in the world.
The Irish immigration Museum guides you through Irish culture, why the people left Ireland and what they experienced. Discover the connection between the large Irish diaspora and the people still here in Ireland and what the future is for both.
With its great location just off Grafton Street, Ireland’s premier shopping street, this is were the loveliest of Ireland’s boutiques and design centers congregate. Housed in a historic Georgian building, the centre has over 40 unique shopping, antiques, restaurants, beauty & jewellery, a must for the finer things and the gifts to bring home.
Street Art in Dublin
Becoming more sophisticated and poignant every year, Dublin’s Street art is worth closer inspection. Take the time to appreciate the talent and expertise and you will be rewarded!
Known as the historic heart of Dublin, the original castle was erected in the 13th century on the site of a Viking settlement. It has since been added to and now a major government complex and a key tourist attraction.
Chester Beatty Library
Chester Beatty’s library has been described as the finest collection of manuscripts and books made by a private collector in the 20th century. It includes representative samples of the world’s heritage (artistic, religious and secular) from about 2700 BC to the present Century. The Collections were bequeathed to the Irish people and entrusted to the care of the State by Chester Beatty (1875–1968), who was a successful American mining engineer, collector and philanthropist.
Dublin was established by the Vikings in 841 was known as Dyflin, from the Irish Duiblinn (or "Black Pool", referring to a dark tidal pool where the River Poddle meets the river Liffey. Today you can experience life in Viking Dublin for yourself at the Viking museum in Christchurch. The city’s Viking past comes to life and is a great visit for the young who will enjoy the life-size impressions of life so long ago.
GPO ( General Post Office)
If you are familiar with Ireland’s history, you will have heard of the GPO. This is were the Irish Rebellion of 1916 occurred and were the beginnings of the Irish Free State were born. See the bullet holes on the outside of the building and visit the GPO Witness History exhibition which commemorates the 1916 rising and the people behind the event.
Experience the charm of Dublin’s Moore Street. An old fruit and veg street market, that has survived against all the odds and is now a colourful, multicultural buzz of activity. Easy to reach off O’ Connell street, it is a great local Dublin people watching site.
Dublin City Marathon
The magnificent event showcases Ireland’s Capital city in its finest light. People from all over the world fill the city’s streets which contrasts fantastically with the traditional architecture and historic skyline.
James Joyce Centre
Managed by the Joyce family in a stunning Georgian building, a hive of activity on bloomsday. The centre is dedicated to promoting all things Joyce for the literary connoisseur.
U2 Made in Dublin
Finally, Dublin has opened a visitor’s centre dedicated to the world famous rock band. Housed in “The Little Museum “ it is a lovely way to pass an hour for fans and general interest.