Stroll through Dublin's most iconic and beautiful pubs and discover the importance of beer in Irish culture.
Indulge in pub culture and tour Dublin's most iconic venues with the Temple Bar Tour, Irish Pubs history, a must see for the most important Irish pubs in the area for its antiquity, style and history.
As you walk around the city, your Spanish-speaking guide will tell you anecdotes and curiosities to understand the important role that pubs play in the daily life of the Irish and their passion for bars. You will also learn a bit more about whiskey and beer, mainly about the famous Guinness black beer.
Start at a traditional Irish pub, then continuing to a Victorian style pub with numerous ornamental details. You will also see the wall of fame, with portraits of U2, Van Morrison and Sinead O'Connor and the corner of Temple Bar, the flagship of the neighborhood. Enjoy the best live music from a brewery-inspired pub, ending your explanation at the well-known and fun Celtic-style pub.
Once you get acquainted with the history of Dublin's most iconic pubs, it's time to live the experience: you will end up in a charming 4-story gastro pub opposite the River Liffey. Those who have booked the tasting tour will be able to taste 5 beers 100% handmade.
What will you discover?
What does "craic" mean to an Irishman?
Why do funerals in Ireland end up in a bar with a round of beers?
Where does the Irish's passion for bars and beer come from?
Why the name "porter" (black beer)?
How does the English pub differ from the Irish pub?
Why was beer thought to have healing powers in the middle ages?
What alcoholic drink was called "water of life"?
What does "pub" really mean? And who were his true creators?
Why did some pubs have such flashy names as "The Blue Leg" or "The Flying Horse"?
What is the most photographed corner of Dublin?
What does the clover symbol mean for some establishments?