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Molly Malone Statue

Iconic black bronze statue of Molly and her cart of fish.

Nearby Attractions

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Temple Bar
A lively cultural and creative quarter on the south bank of the River Liffey.
Irish Houses of Parliament
Today a branch of the Bank of Ireland, the old Irish Parliament buildings were a radical Neoclassical creation.
Trinity College Library
Wander through the endless rows of historical novels.
Dublin local pubs
There are currently 751 pubs in Dublin's city! Take a beer in one of its historical pubs also great spots for live music.
Grafton Street
The most popular shopping street in Dublin!
George's Street Arcade
Victorian style red-bricked indoor market located at Dublin's city centre.

Related Tours

Privately Guided Pub Tour: The True Dublin Experience
Immerse yourself in true Irish pub culture on a tour of traditional pubs with a local, private guide. On your tour, you will: 

  • Visit 4 traditional pubs in Dublin with a private guide.
  • Avoid the tourist traps, and instead spend time in the true gems. 
  • Have the chance to sample local beerscraft beers, and ciders.
  • Learn about Ireland’s most famous beer, Guinness, and the family legacy which carries on today.
  • Discover the literary and political connections of some of the most famous pubs in Dublin
  • Hear live traditional Irish music for an authentic pub experience.

Note: drinks are not included in the price of the tour, as everyone’s preference of drinks and quantity varies. You may count on spending between €6-8 per drink.
  • Pubs do generally have alcohol-free beers, and some also serve gluten-free beers. 
  • We do recommend eating a meal before going on this tour. 

Get better acquainted with the culture, history and stories of the Irish capital whilst having a drink in some of the best pubs in Dublin! Dublin is where pubs were born, each with their own unique atmosphere and long and varied history. Irish pubs have since emerged across the globe, however they quintessentially belong to Dublin. There is no other such suitable place to sip on a pint of Guinness. This tour is a mixture of novelty, history, literature, music and humour!

Venture to Dublin's true hidden gems --including the pub's which contributed most to the city's unique character. Not only will you learn how to savour a pint of beer but also follow in the footsteps of Irish literary giants, seeing the haunts frequented by the likes of James Joyce. You will also learn how to properly enjoy a Guinness, while learning about the rich cultural heritage which led to its creation.   And remember, most importantly: you should only drink your Guinness when you can see a clear division between the white foam and the dark beer. If the beer in your glass still looks murky and brown, your Guinness isn't ready yet! 

Private Walking Tour of Dublin with a Local
Travel isn’t just about travel, it’s people, faces, food and cultures, fresh perspectives, discoveries and different ways of life - it’s about uncovering the city’s soul. It’s about connection. On your private, guided tour of Dublin with a local

  • Enjoy meaningful insights and Irish humour with a Dubliner
  • Hear how locals describe Dublin - the experiences that have shaped their worldview, including Brexit and the ‘open-border question.
  • Spend a few hours walking around the city’s highlights - including St Stephen's GreenDublin Castle, and O'Connell Street, with a private, local guide.
  • When open to the public, pop into famed Trinity College, and hear about the famous alumni who have walked its halls.
  • Pick up invaluable recommendations on off-the-beaten-tracks pubs, advice, and tips on finding the best whiskies.
  • Finish your tour over a pint of Guinness - or a coffee or tea- in your local guide’s favourite haunt.
Ireland’s compact capital - with its vibrant, historical and beautiful streets - has witnessed everything from the Great Famine to the fight for Irish Freedom. A city made for walking, easily navigable districts make orientation a breeze, but even if you get lost, the locals are some of the friendliest you will find in the world. The annual St. Patrick's Day Parade attracts millions of revellers to Irish folk songs and Cèilidh dancing, but in Dublin, there are free-flowing pints of “the black stuff” and live music year-round in lively watering holes.

Enjoying a private, guided tour with a local will help you discover the side-streets and stories often missed. Hear the intriguing backstories and learn the backstories and neighbourhood rumours which bring Dublin to life, from the revolution over a century ago to the country’s current relationship with mainland Europe and the United Kingdom

There are no substitutes for anecdotes and first-hand insight – which is why we’ve built this tour: so that you can have a Dubliner's knowledge to help you swerve tourist traps, lengthy queues and over-priced nonsense. While you walk the city, you’ll uncover its authenticity through the eyes of a Dubliner. Your tour is immersive - bringing meaningful and like-minded interesting people together that would never meet if you stuck to the main tourist drag. Experience the world-famous Irish humour, the lilt in the local accent, and great ‘craic’ over a beer or coffee at a local pub, and then jot down your guide’s version of “must do Dublin.

Note: Due to the current restrictions, access to Trinity College grounds may not be possible. When it’s not possible to visit, your guide will give you the historic information from the outside of the College and instead take you to other highlights in the area. 
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