PAT LIDDY'S WALKING TOURS OF DUBLIN
DUBLIN IS A FEELING
Experience the charming individuality of Dublin on its streets, behind its facades, in its hidden corners and in its fascinating stories and history.
We are a well-established and award-winning walking tour company with a host of well-trained and highly-acclaimed tour guides who will share their passion for Dublin with you.
All our tours have been designed by Pat Liddy, a renowned writer, illustrator and local historian.
We have guides speaking English, Irish, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
This walk is a part of The Jonathan Swift Festival . Please come and join Pat Liddy in an entertaining walk to unearth the streets and corners Swift would have known so well. Using quotations from his works and explaining the background, the tour explores Swift’s great mind and his lasting legacy.
Date/Time: 24, 25, 26 November at 2:30 pm
Location: Outside Former Church, St Andrew's St (beside Molly Malone Statue).
Price: Tickets are: €15 adults, €13 students/seniors. Price includes entrance to St Patrick's Cathedral.
Booking essential by following this link.
This exceptional tour will take in hidden gems and surprises that visitors often miss. Starting from Dublin’s main street, O’Connell Street, travelling North to South, this 2 hour stroll will take in many Dublin icons and guide you to some wonderful hidden spots that too often are overlooked. On the tour you will learn about our last violent rebellion in 1916, the history of City Hall and Dublin Castle, the best place to enjoy a night out in Dublin and then finish in the beautiful campus of Trinity College Dublin. Along the way you'll also see the first cinema opened in Dublin, the culturally rich area of Temple Bar, a postbox with a hidden message and an 18th century church with a surprising interior! This tour begins from the Dublin Bus offices at 59 Upper O'Connell Street and takes place as follows: November to March: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 11:00 AM. April to October: Daily at 11:00 AM.
Discover the best of Dublin and enjoy intriguing history, architecture, events and stories of Dublin right back to its Viking & medieval origins. Dublin has so many great places to see, all with their own fascinating stories and history, and during this great two and a half-hour tour we will fit in as many of the city centre’s most notable and historic highlights as possible. This tour takes place as follows: April: Every Thursday and Saturday at 2.30 PM May to September: Daily except Sunday at 2.30 PM October: Every Thursday and Saturday at 2.30 PM
Entdecken Sie das Beste von Dublin mit uns und erfahren Sie etwas über die kulturellen und geschichtlichen Aspekte dieser lebhaften und interessanten Stadt. Die Tour findet an folgenden Terminen statt: April und Oktober: Jeden Freitag um 10.30 Uhr und jeden Samstag um 14.00 Uhr. Mai bis September: Jeden Freitag und Sonntag um 10.30 Uhr und jeden Donnerstag, Freitag und Samstag um 14.00 Uhr.
For up to 6 persons for €160! You can quickly book your small book on this site. If your group is bigger than that, just make an inquiry and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible to tailor your perfect walk! Medium Private Groups (7 – 15 people): €185 Large Private Groups (16 – 25 people): €205 Additional Guide: €140 Additional Hour: € 35 European Language: € 30 We provide tours in German, Italian, French and Spanish. Our guide can meet you in your chosen location in the city centre. We can also meet you outside the city centre for an additional fee (starting from €15). BESPOKE AND SPECIAL THEMED TOURS (duration according to client’s wishes) -- Rates on request. Click here for ideas.
For up to 15 Students for €160! If your group is bigger than that, just make an inquiry and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible to tailor your perfect walk! Please note that teachers/tour leaders accompanying the groups are free on our walks! Up to 30 maximum students and teachers – €185 Additional Guide: €140 Additional Hour: € 35 European Language: € 30 We provide tours in German, Italian, French and Spanish. Our guide can meet you in your chosen location in the city centre. We can also meet you outside the city centre for an additional fee (starting from €15). BESPOKE AND SPECIAL THEMED TOURS (duration according to client’s wishes) -- Rates on request. Click here for ideas.
Click BOOK NOW and make a FREE INQUIRY! Choose the date for your walk, enter your details and requirements and we will be in touch to tailor the perfect walk with and for you! Any route, topic, length of walk and size of group is possible! Prices will be build on the following figures: Basic price of €160 for 3-hour walk with either 10 adults or 15 students Language Supplement: €25 [available languages: German, French, Irish, Italian, Spanish] Extra Hour: €35 Additional Participant for Private Group Walks up to max. of 25: €6 Additional Participant for Student Group Walks up to max. of 30: €5 Additional Guide: €140 These tours can of course also include entrance to visitor sights as well as trips in Dublin's surrounding area. Check out your options Inside & Outside Dublin and mention all your wishes in your inquiry!
A part of of The Jonathan Swift Festival! Join Pat Liddy and his guides in an entertaining walk around the part of Dublin and unearth the streets and corners Swift would have known so well. Using quotations from his works and explaining the background, the tour explores Swift’s great mind and his lasting legacy. Joathan Swift is one of the great figures of world reputation that once walked the streets of Dublin. Best remembered today for his novel Gulliver’s Travels, Swift was a talented, multi-faceted and complex character that combined his role as Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral with being the champion of the poor and oppressed. Through the medium of his novels and published proposals, he often put his position in grave danger by severely criticising the governments of the day. This walk will pass by or visit many of the places in Dublin associated with Swift and his works including Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Fishamble Street, Hoey’s Court, Bride Street, St. Patrick’s Park, the Deanery, Marsh’s Library and, of course, St. Patrick’s Cathedral itself. The walk will feature some readings from Swift’s more famous or controversial works. Dates: 24, 25, 26 NOVEMBER Starting time: 2.30 pm Starting point: Outsode Former Church, St Andrew's St (beside Molly Malone Statue). Prices: €15 adults, €13 students/seniors. Price incluses entrance to St Patrick's Cathedral. Booking essential.