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Our journey was unforgettable thanks to the beautiful place that we visited but importantly the amazing guide Bud. Even during the long tour it wasn't boring even for a second and other than being a guide he is a historian. Also he's an amazing driver and has a good humour. Other than the Giants Causeway he organized a Black Taxi for us, his timing was great. Bud stopped at beautiful places so we could take pictures and he cared for his passenger and asked if it's too cold or hot. At the end we sang Molly Malone :)We're really thankful and are looking to our next adventure with yous! Thanks Bud!

It is a very well organized, concise combination of nature, land scape, culture and history. The tour guide (Anthony) is super friendly and knows a lot about Ireland's history. The timings are very well organized. The coach is comfortable and the driver is nice :). If you are in Ireland for a short time and you want to make most out of it, I recommend this tour.

Beautiful lunch first at 13.00 in the Jailers Rest then into the Jail/Gaol for our self directed tour with Audio guide. There is so much to see and read and learn about Irish/British history that we were still there when it was called out "10 minutes to closing". Luckily we were just at the end of the exhibits so didn't miss anything. A great afternoon

Wicklow Historic Gaol: 1-Hour Tour Reviewed by Colette, 23/08/2020

We really enjoyed our Dublin Rogues Tour, Dave was extremely entertaining and it was interesting to hear his stories about the characters behind the statues in Merrion Square and also about the history of the square and its surroundings. He is a great ambassador for Dublin and dressed to suit the role. Will recommend tuis tour to all my friends.

Dublin: Dublin Rogues Walking Tour Reviewed by Patricia, 30/08/2020

Our guide, Adam, was great. He was passionate and engaging. This is a walking tour and we did have some rain (not a big surprise) so wear good shoes and bring a rain jacket or umbrella. Our group was small and the stops were uncrowded. At times the traffic did make it a bit tougher to hear but Adam did his best to speak loudly.

Dublin Walking Tour: The Dark Side Reviewed by Anonymous, 07/09/2020