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  1. Silverdale's Ireland

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Silverdale is one of Ireland's longest running Incoming Operators offering specialised Destination Management Services. Read more

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  2. Wild Coach Tours

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Explore one of the most famous and enchanting places in Ireland, Glendalough. The spectacular hidden mountains and barren boglands at Sally's Gap will leave you breathless.
    Winner of Tourism Business Millennium Award.

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  3. Unmanageable Revolutionaries

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Republic in the City - The United Irishmen and the 1798 Rebellion.
    In November 1791 a Dublin Society of United Irishmen was founded with the twin aims of the abolition of religious discrimination and the parliamentary reform. Read more

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  4. Paddywagon Tours

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The term Paddywagon originates from the days of the convict ships, which deported thousands of Irish to Australia. Originally horsedrawn police carts were also used to transport the Irish to jail, hence giving rise to the name Paddywagon. Read more

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  5. Dublin Craic Tour

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublin Craic Tour is a fun and informative guided city tour of Dublin. It leaves from St. Stephens Green North only minutes walk from Grafton Street! Read more

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  6. Walking Tours Of Dublin Now And Then

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Tours around Dublin Castle, following the Medieval city walls, thir to St. Patrick's cathedral, ending at Christchurch cathedral. Open April to September, inclusive, Monday to Saturday, inclusive, from 9am until 6pm. Read more

  7. Irish Taxi Tours

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Irish Taxi Tours offer a unique and professional tour guiding service at an affordable and great value price. Read more

  8. Tapas Trail

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Tapas Trail - a guided Food and Wine Tour in Dublin City Centre. Distance of the guided walk will remain within the city centre and will be at a casual pace. Read more

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  9. James Joyce Centre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The James Joyce Centre offers a variety of Joyce-themed walking tours of Dublin City. Visitors can follow in the footsteps of Leopold Bloom by walking the route he takes in the 'Lestrygonians' episode of Ulysses, or take in some of the places mentioned in the stories in Joyce's Dubliners. Whatever your interest in Joyce, there's a tour that will suit you.
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  10. Tours Of The Government Buildings

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A tour of the Government Buildings consists of a history of the building, the stained glass window by Evie Hone, the conference rooms, the Taoiseachs (Prime Minister) room and the Government meeting room. Read more

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