Diane has lived in Dublin most of her life apart from a few years in Germany, France and the UK. Her mother was Scottish, her father a Dubliner and Diane always loved exploring Dublin and the beautiful surrounding countryside. She has worked as a language teacher, a librarian, and in the aviation industry. Diane speaks German and French fluently.
She love the city centre, the buzz of College Green and the heritage and tranquillity of Trinity College Dublin.
Darragh is an experienced and passionate tour guide. He loves the history, fine buildings and fascinating stories that have made the city what it is today.
His favourite parts of Dublin are Merrion Square with its Georgian buildings and the famous Oscar Wilde statue, City Hall and the Docklands area.
Ronan Carey is a graduate of Ancient and Medieval History and Culture from Trinity College Dublin, where he was the founder and chairperson of Trinity Architectural Society.
He has worked with the Royal Society of Antiquaries, the Irish Architectural Foundation, and the Little Museum of Dublin.
When not guiding, he is currently a producer and production coordinator for the Olivier Award-winning Fishamble: The New Play Company.
As a Swiss National, Barbara has been providing tours of Dublin in German and English since 2007. She has been calling Dublin home for 15 years. Her studies of History and English and tourism management at Dublin universities, as well as her tour guiding qualification from the Irish tourism board, have helped her to get a good understanding and fondness of the Irish capital.
Her favourite part of Dublin is the Grafton Street area with its magnificent buildings such as Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, and the many Victorian pubs and Irish restaurants to unwind.
Dubliner, with a passionate love of his native city. She has been a walking tour guide with Pat Liddy Walking Tours for over ten years. Pauline is a Fáilte Ireland Badged Guide for Dublin and its Environs.
Favourite part of Dublin? Temple Bar with its hidden corners, great architecture, cafes, galleries and so many stories to tell.
Born and raised in Dublin, Liam has been leading walking tours for almost a decade in this most walkable of towns. Passionate about his hometown he is happiest showing guests the city’s hidden corners and weaving tales from its thousand years of history.
The Vikings, Normans and the Georgian eras are among his favourites as are the writers of this UNESCO city of literature. Exploring old pubs to reveal where the best pint of Guinness is to be found and visiting the many Museums and Galleries are subjects close to his heart.
Besides reading historical novels Liam’s other interests include sketching old buildings and the odd round of golf.