Historisk spasertur i Dublin
In just 2 hours, this entertaining 'seminar on the street' conducted by history graduates of Trinity College Dublin, explores the main features of Irish history - Dublin's development, the influence of the American and French Revolutions, the Potato Famine 1845 - 1849, the 1916 Rising, the great War and the 1916 rising, the war of Independence, the Northern conflict and Ireland today.
- Walking tour
- Trinity College history graduate guide
- Entrance to some of cities finest eighteenth century buildings and courtyards (restrictions on weekends might apply)
- Book of Kells entrance fee at Trinity College
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair assistance is required
Loved it! Superb experience and great information about Dublin history. It was also a good way to get a great sense of the layout
We had Peter, who was great. These walking tours are essential, especially for a short trip to Dublin. The tour makes the city come alive in a way that you just can’t do yourself with your phone and google.
This walking tour was interesting. It felt very monotonous though and the guide, wasn't boring per say, but he seemed bored himself. I'm sure there were numerous other things we could have do with our time.
The guides are graduate students at Kings College and are very knowledgeable when it comes to the history of Dublin. Highly recommended.
We were with a group of about 20 people. The tour leader was in a mad rush from place to place, severely limiting our enjoyment and learning experience.
Excellent tour. The guid is very informative, eloquent, smart and with a good sense of humor. He even took more time with our group to go into details of Irish history. I highly recommend this tour. You will not be disappointed.
Our tour guide knew anything and everything about Irish history, especially the parts pertaining to Dublin. He was very animated and had a wonderful sense of humor. So many wonderful and unexpected parts of Dublin are covered. It's a good mix between covering most of the major sites and some off-the-beaten path ones. The small stories that were shared really connects you to the place and people. The tour is a great way to get your bearings in Dublin and get ideas of what you want to explore more deeply.