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Enjoy an authentic taste of traditional Irish cuisine on this tasting tour of Dublin. Follow your guide on a walking tour of Dublin’s most popular pubs and restaurants, and get the inside scoop on the city’s culinary scene as you seek out little-known local haunts. This small-group tour is limited to 18 people for a personalized experience and stops at various locations, where you tuck into typical Irish dishes, accompanied by craft beers.
Eat like a true Dubliner on this small-group Dublin food tour. With your guide, seek out authentic pubs, cafés, food shops, and markets, and savor Irish specialties including a traditional breakfast, artisanal cheeses, ice cream, and more. Pair your tastings with an Irish cream liqueur and another tipple, and admire some of Dublin’s hidden gems and learn about its culinary heritage as you eat and explore. Tour is limited to 12 or fewer.
Combine sightseeing with food samples as you immerse yourself in the cuisine and culture of Dublin during this fast-paced food tour. Visit places you might otherwise have missed—such as George’s Street Arcade—and sample a mixture of international and local specialties that you perhaps didn’t know existed. Plus, learn about the city along the way, thanks to your local foodie guide.
There are few better ways to bridge the cultural divide than through food. On this afternoon or evening Irish culinary experience in Skerries, meet your host—Selena—and embark on a foodie journey taking in influences from Australia, France, Vietnam, and more. Chop, sizzle, stir and savor your food with your host, and enjoy spectacular sea views from your kitchen vantage point in coastal Skerries.
Enjoy a taste of Spain in the heart of Ireland on this 3-hour small-group tapas walking tour of Dublin! Sample Dublin’s international foodie scene as you visit three popular restaurants and tuck into a tasty array of tapas. Arrive with an empty stomach and an open mind, and get set for a culinary voyage as you sample tapas-style dishes from around the globe. Perhaps pair Greek mezes with a glass of white wine (included), indulge in Italian mozzarella salad or sample more adventurous Indonesian or Moroccan dishes.
Immerse yourself in Dublin's famous pub culture on this evening walking tour. With a pub-loving guide in the lead, you'll visit some hidden gems that tourists don't often find, as well as some of Dublin's best-known watering holes. Try some new craft beers, as well as Irish gin and craft whiskey. Food discounts are available to keep your stomach full as you drink your way around both sides of the river.
Discover Dublin’s burgeoning culinary culture—and visit a number of the city’s characterful eateries—on this small-group walking tour. Be sure to arrive hungry: this lunchtime tour kicks off in the late morning, and includes a number of samples. Try local cheeses and chocolates, drop by bakeries and food halls, and head off the tourist trail when you visit venues that locals love. As you go, learn more about Ireland’s gastronomic history.
Enjoy a private market tour, authentic cooking class and home-cooked meal with your host Elena in her home. This is a perfect experience for anyone looking to connect with local culture over food. Your host Elena, also known as Lili, is a Romanian ex-scientist turned interior designer with a deep love for food and travel! Elena has visited over 40 countries and has fascinating stories to share. Join Elena for a fun and relaxed meal and immerse yourself into the Irish culture. Join her at her dining table and enjoy a healthy, gourmet meal that combines Romanian, local Irish and international cuisine! Your menu includes dishes such as traditional Irish beef stew cooked in Guinness with brown bread, Romanian beetroot soup with lovage and creme fraiche, and grilled sea bass on a bed of creamy mash and garlic spinach served with beer or wine. You will end your meal with a dessert like upside-down mixed berry cake and fresh cream.
Known for its bounty of seafood, bars, restaurants and, importantly, beer, the small historic fishing village of Howth is perched on the coast just a short drive from downtown Dublin. Join in a guided half-day tour, featuring a freshly-caught two-course seafood lunch and a selection of North County Dublin’s finest craft beers. With this tour, discover the rich Norman and Viking history of medieval Ireland.
Combine a sightseeing tour of Dublin with afternoon tea served on a vintage double-decker bus. The itinerary includes famous landmarks such as the Guinness Brewery, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Christchurch, Wood Quay, O’Connell Street, Trinity College, Georgian Dublin, and others. See the sights while enjoying a cup of seasonal tea or coffee along with some delicacies.
Ireland is known for its castles and for its whiskey, and with this tour from Dublin, you'll get to spend the day experience the best of both. Highlights include visits to the Trim Castle, the largest Norman Castle in the country, the 12th-century Bective Abbey, the Slane Castle, and the Slane Distillery, located right on the castle’s grounds.
You are in Dublin for a good time. . not a long time!
Whether its old Victorian pubs, Irish whiskey bars, crazy cocktails, secret speak-easys, the best Guinness in Dublin, real locals bars or the very best traditional Irish music & dancing.
I drive you around and take care of you in a customized selection, curated just for you + a little Irish history & music as we go.
I know Dublin and Dublin knows me. . you will feel the culture of our Dublin pubs and do what we do. Along the way there will be some passing by historical sights and the pubs themselves are the spirit of Dublin, buzzing with the chatter of locals, the sound of laughter and many a great singer and a fiddle or 3.
My extensive local knowledge, contacts and passion will get more done in our time than you could ever dream of. The only down side will be my sad face watching you drink the best Guinness in the best pubs in the world. ; )
See you in Dublin!
Discover Dublin’s rich literary heritage while absorbing the convivial ambience of traditional pubs on a literary pub crawl. Wander Dublin’s charming streets to visit sites and pubs that inspired some of the country’s most famous writers; enjoy refreshing pints of locally brewed ale and sample local specialties (own expense); and put your newfound knowledge to the test in a fun-filled literary quiz at the end of your tour. Delve into Dublin’s literary past and exciting pub culture with entertaining and informative actors during this enriching experience.
Skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery on Bow Street for a guided tour around the complexes. Listen as your guide explains the ingredients used and learn of the complex brewing and distilling processes. Then, enjoy tastings of the beer and whiskey for which Ireland is famous before concluding the tour.
Enjoy an authentic taste of Irish whiskey and get the inside scoop on Dublin’s nightlife during this tour. Choose from two itineraries, tailor-made for whiskey lovers and sample classic Irish whiskeys such as Jameson, Bushmills, Wild Geese, and Connemara.
Discover Ireland’s famous pub culture during this full-day, small-group tour to the Wicklow Mountains just outside Dublin. Drive through the Irish countryside to visit a handful of rural pubs for drinks, pub food, and traditional Irish music. Enjoy a look into the local culture, meet with pub owners, and enjoy a relaxed outing with a small group of no more than 16 travelers.
For those who crave a relaxing day away from the bustling city this Sunday afternoon pub crawl in the Dublin Mountains was made for you. Get a feel for Irish pub culture and the country’s beautiful scenery as you visit three pubs in a region. Have a few pints, tuck into some pub food, and listen to traditional Irish music before heading back to Dublin.
Calling all whiskey connoisseurs, this private tour traces the history of Irish whiskey and includes brunch accompanied by whiskey samples. At Dublin’s famous Irish Whiskey Museum, discover production processes and find out how whiskey was invented while learning about Irish history and politics from your guide. Following a tasting session, tuck into a traditional Irish brunch with smoked salmon, fresh bread, and Irish whiskey marmalade.
Take advantage of skip-the-line entry privileges to Dublin's popular Guinness Storehouse. This Signature Package allows you to breeze past the crowds and explore the storehouse and museum at your own pace. Take home a gift package including a 3D fridge magnet and a Guinness Dublin Pint Glass in a presentation gift box. Complimentary pint of Guinness included.
This 1-hour tour of Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin offers a behind-the-scenes look at one of the only operational distilleries in the city. Learn about the whiskey-making process as your guide takes you through the barrel rooms and distillery areas to learn more about the single-malt, small-batch, and single-grain whiskeys made here. Plus, at the end of your tour, sample Teeling Whiskey before grabbing a marker and signing the walls of the hip hangout area near the gift shop.
Don't come to Ireland and just spend all your time in Dublin. You won't be seeing the real Ireland. This private tour transports you there, spending a day cruising around the Irish countryside engulfing yourself in bright green fields, castles, abbeys, and rustic villages. Stop in majestic and secluded Glendalough, explore the Wicklow Mountains and enjoy the ancient wonders of Kilkenny, where you can walk around a 12th-century Norman Castle, a medieval cathedral or stroll the cobbled streets before heading back to Dublin.
Sample the smooth taste of Irish whiskey on a tasting tour in Dublin. With a whiskey connoisseur, visit bars to try Ireland’s finest varieties. Follow in the footsteps of Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift as you visit notable Irish bars around Dublin's city center, learning about the drink's history along the way.
Discover the Ireland of old with this unforgettable day trip to Galway from Dublin, including a flight to the Aran island of Inis Mor. Travel to Galway city by train and enjoy a scenic flight to the largest Aran island, set in Galway Bay. On an island tour, admire Inis Mor’s stark- but-beautiful landscapes, dry stone walls and thatched villages; visit prehistoric, clifftop Dun Aengus fort, and learn about Inis Mor’s rich heritage. Then, fly back to the mainland and enjoy free time in lively Galway before returning to Dublin.
This day trip takes you west of Dublin to the other side of Ireland to visit Galway and the Cliffs of Moher. In addition to the famed scenery, you'll have the chance to experience a bit of Ireland's culinary scene with free time in Galway and a stop at the Burren Smokehouse, known for its smoked salmon and other fish. This tour offers a stress-free way to see more of the country without having to rent a car and drive yourself around.