Tours of Dublin City

There’s no better way to see every part of a city than with the help of a helpful, experienced guide and Dublin has so much to offer you wouldn’t want to miss a single thing. See everything Dublin has to offer, grab a hop-on-hop off bus, take a walking tour or have an afternoon tea on a double decker bus. 

Bus tours of Dublin

See the city of Dublin bit by bit. Take a bus tour and stop when you want and get back on when you want


The Easter Rising of 1916 was the most dramatic event in the history of Ireland’s struggle for independence from the British Empire. The executions of the leaders after the Rising awakened a generation to the cause of Irish freedom, resulting in the War of Independence, the formation of the Irish Free State and as a result the Irish Civil War.

Lorcan Collins, author, historian and podcaster, will take you to the relevant sites of these battles in Dublin as the complexities of Irish history are explained in an accessible and concise fashion.

Experience two of Dublin’s top attractions – Jameson Bow Street Whiskey Distillery and the world famous Guinness Storehouse – with this immersive skip-the-line Irish experience tour.

Dublin provided the backdrop for many of James Joyce’s most famous works. This tour visits stops such as Joyce’s alma mater, Belvedere College, which features extensively in ‘A Portrait of the Artist’; North Hardwicke Street, the setting of the short story ‘The Boarding House’; The Gresham Hotel, the setting of the final and most memorable scene of the short story ‘The Dead’; and the James Joyce Statue on North Earl Street, affectionately known as the ‘Prick with the Stick’.