Dublin Walking Tour with Traditional Irish Storytelling
Want to discover the real Dublin? The best way to do it is through the eyes of a local. Join this intriguing walking tour as your quirky Irish guide shares the untold myths and stories of Dublin.
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Join us on a magical Dublin walking tour through Ireland’s past. Through the art of unique Irish storytelling you will discover Ireland’s rich history, a history that is so inextricably linked with its mythology! Listen to stories of a time gone by when pookas, fairies and giants roamed this land.
Hear tales of how the Vikings were outsmarted by three Leprechauns, of epic battles and dangerous quests, of magic spells and true love. Visit the spot where Irish mermen are said to appear and who knows what you might see. Travel to the site of Ireland's greatest battle and hear first hand, how one of our greatest kings was killed.
- Duration: 2.5 hour(s)
- Available: Daily
- Pick-up: Not available
- Inclusion: English-speaking guide
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19:05 Check in
19:15 Tour DepartsJoin a magical journey through Ireland's past. A rich history that is so linked with its mythology. Listen to stories of a time gone by when fairies and giants roamed this land. Hear tales of how Vikings were outsmarted by three Leprechauns, of epic battles, dangerous quests, magic spells and love.
20:00 Arrive at peninsula of Beann EdairLook out to the beautiful east on this magical setting, you can see the small lighthouse on what is known as Howth Head. There have been many sightings over the years along this coastline, of Irish mermen.
20:30 Anne's ParkMake the next stop at Clontarf - the site of one of Ireland's biggest, (and arguably the most important) battle. The Battle Of Clontarf signalled the end of Viking rule in Ireland but was also where one of Ireland's most famous kings, Brian Boru, was killed.
20:50 Story TimeAnd don't forget about Fionn MacCumhaill - the leader of the Fianna, a band of warriors who served the High King of Ireland. They were famed for their prowess in battle which was only matched by their good deeds.
21:15 Tour ends at The Church Bar – Mary Street
- It's recommeded to wear sports/comfortable shoes.
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- Any cancellations made after 19:15 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.