Dublin: 3-Hour Irish Revolution Walking Tour 1913-1923
- Pickup available
- Duration: 3 hours
- Private group
Per group up to 4
We could not have enjoyed our tour with Alexander more. He was so knowledgeable about a huge range of subjects and kept us interested and engaged all the time. The tour was incredibly well put together and we all learnt so much. I think I can honestly say it was my most enjoyable few hours walking around Dublin, ever. Alexander gave us more than 100% of his time and attention, having tailored everything to our needs. I could not recommend the tour highly enough and will certainly be booking another in the future.
The pass was amazing to get anywhere. You did not have to que that long to get inside the attractions or cathedrals. The only down side, some were not on the list, one distillery we wanted to see, that was near the Library Collage which is also not on the list.My suggestion if you want to see that Library you would need to que early. Was insanely long que. The photography gallery, cannot use it to go with the bus to the airport. You would need to pay 7€ for a ticket. Other than that really worth getting!
Our tour guide, Erin, is attentive, friendly and having full knowledge of the Irish Revolution history, despite her young age. She provides a very descriptive and clear explanation to every of our questions. Aside from this, the Gilmainham Goal tour is very worth visiting.
Great way to visit Dublin. The Dublin pass gets you into most of the top attractions for free. Bought a two day pass, only thing is you have to pay a small amount to ride the hop on hop off busy the second day.
Dublin was shutting down due to the Covid-19 virus. But we did make it on to StPatricks and Christ Church Cathedrals. The bus tour was quite interesting. Just bad timing on our part.