USD69 per person
Pass by the Custom House, located on the north bank of the River Liffey, before crossing to the south side. Here, you will see The Old Parliament House and Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest college.
Your panoramic drive of the city takes you past the Georgian squares of Merrion and Fitzwilliam to see the famous ‘Doorways of Dublin’. Continue past the National Gallery of Ireland, Government Buildings and St Stephen’s Green.
See Dublin Castle, City Hall, Christchurch Cathedral and St Patrick’s Cathedral. Founded in 1190, St Patrick’s is perhaps best known for its association with Jonathan Swift, who was Dean from 1713 to 1745. See where the famous ‘Black Stuff’ is produced as you pass the Guinness Brewery en route to Phoenix Park, Europe’s largest enclosed public park.
Back on the north side you pass the Four Courts, and the wide boulevard of O’Connell Street. Refreshments of tea or coffee and scones will be served during the tour.