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Dublin Tour Ideas
Discover the darker side of Dublin on this 2-hour bus tour around the city's most haunted spots. As you cruise around the streets, hear about ghostly legends, body snatching and spine-chilling mysteries from your entertaining guide. Get acquainted with the sites of ghostly apparitions and the frightening stories associated with them. Take a stroll around the eerie St. James Graveyard and descend into the depths of the medieval crypt at Christ Church Cathedral.
3 hours 30 minutes
<p>Our Delicious Dublin Tour is a great introduction to Dublin's modern food scene and current trends. We spend 3.5-hours eating our way around award-winning cafés, eateries and food shops across Dublin city centre. This tour will bring you 'off the beaten track' (no Irish stew or touristy pub to be found) showing you where the locals go. This tour is designed for both tourists as well as locals looking to learn about Ireland's contemporary food scene.<br /><br /><br /></p>
More Things to do in Dublin, including Tours, Layover, and Overnight Ideas
Things To Do in Dublin & Dublin Airport Layover Ideas
Things to do in Dublin if you have a Dublin Airport Layover or Extended Dublin Airport Stopover
If you have an extended layover at the Dublin Airport or staying in town, why not consider getting out with some fun activities? We list a few here and there are many more on Dublin.LayoverIdeas.com
Guinness is the drink of the Irish so, while you are in Ireland it would be remiss not to venture to the place it is made. Over a century old, the Guinness Storehouse building was designed and constructed to house the Guinness fermentation process. You can visit the retail store, have a virtual step by step tour through the process, view the history of Guinness advertising, challenge your own drinking habits at the interactive exhibition and learn to pour your own pint of Guinness. You even get a certificate to prove you have mastered the art!
Temple Bar is where some of Dublin’s best night clubs, restaurants and unusual shops are located in this cobbled, historic area of Dublin. Running from the Bank of Ireland to Christ Church Cathedral, this area has plenty to offer anyone wanting to get a true taste of Dublin in the limited time allowed by a layover.
Dublin Walking Tour
Dublin’s history is evident all around the city and there are plenty of art, culture, architecture and history guided tours that will lead you through the city showing you the best of all of them. History graduates from Trinity College will take you on a two hour guided walk, exploring the main features of the city's history and visiting places such as Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Old Parliament House, Temple Bar and much more.
As always, make sure you leave plenty of time to get back to the Dublin Airport in time for your connection and enjoy your layover city rather than whiling away the time leaning up against your luggage in the departures lounge.
For first class shopping head down to Grafton Street, located between Trinity College and St Stephen's Green. This smart shopping area has many international and local designer brands to choose from, Dublin’s most exclusive jewellers and the most popular of the famous Bewley’s cafés. Nearby is the Georges Street Arcade which is an indoor market which has plenty of retail therapy to keep the most discerning shopper happy.
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