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“The Free Walking tours are conducted by knowledgeable full time profession tour guides, often having studied History at Trinity College, so a wealth of information to share and in such a delightful Irish way!”
“I love to join those walking tours as you get a great overview of the city, you see the most important spots and places to be and you get to know the locals attitude/behaviour patterns and insights.”
“On our first morning after arriving in Ireland, the six of us visiting Americans, all in the mid-60s age group, enjoyed an excellent walking tour of the old city of Dublin under the guidance of Mary Whelan.”
“The most pleasurable walking tour (lasting approximately 3 hours) to get to know the historical side of Dublin with its attractions: Whiskey Museum, the oldest pub in Dublin and Ireland (The Brazen Head) and the h...”
“Many highlights but his advice to visit The Glens of Antrim, Giants Causeway, The Dark Hedges, Dunluce Castle and arrange for a private walking tour of Derry as well as Hennigan's Heritage Centre near Swinford, Ac...”