Discover the hidden city
Dublin Free Walking Tour
Due to Covid-19, we are running with the following safety precautions:
All guests must pre-book the tour online.
All guests must wear a face-covering during the tour.
(The guide will wear a face-covering and will maintain a 2 metre distance to and between guests).
Thank you for your understanding.
Join our award winning guides for a casual stroll through the streets of the Capital. Dublin is one of the most vibrant, historical and beautiful cities in Europe. The best way to explore this compact city and experience the unique atmosphere is on foot. We offer FREE walking tours several times day along with speciality subject walking tours daily. Why not Consider a Day Tour to explore the stunning countryside or indulge your taste buds with a Food Tour or sample some Irish Whiskey, beer, gin on our traditional Dublin pub tour
Free Walking Tours
Visit the most important sites on the South side of the River Liffey that's on every bucket list. Discover Trinity College, Temple Bar, St, Patricks and Christchurch. Stories from the Ancient Celts, Vikings, Normans and the English who shaped the country and its people.
From a Viking settlement to the most affluent area of the city and eventually the location of the largest red light district in Europe. Home to the most iconic building in Ireland's struggle for independence. Follow in the footstep of the heroes of 1916 and explore how a 'City challenged an Empire
City Walking Tours
Join our lively guides for an evening of drinks, music food and craic. Visit four local pubs and meet the locals and sample the best of Irish whiskey, craft beers Irish Gin and of course a glass of Guinness. Finish the night at a local traditional music session
No sex, please! We're Irish! So where did all of those babies come from?
On this 2.5 hour tour we describe the history of and the enormous changes to attitudes towards sex in Ireland society over the centuries and in the recent period.
On this 2.5 hour tour we explore the rich musical heritage that Dublin is so proud of. From the early days of U2, Thin Lizzy and Rory Gallagher, through classical composers, traditional Irish music and modern superstars we take you to the places and tell you the stories that you won't find on your own to bring this magical, musical city alive.
Ireland is known for its high quality food and what better way to understand its people than to indulge in some local cuisine. This tour will take you to 6 different location to sample some local fare.
Tempt your taste bids with unique Dublin food while stroll the city as your guide imparts local tidbits of information on the food and farming industries in Ireland
Explore the Macarbe side of Dublin on the back streets of the city, hear spine chilling tales of witchcraft, hauntings and ghostly exploits. Murders and mayhem beneath the gateway to Hell. Discover the story of the infamous Billy the Bowl The legless murderer of days gone by. This 2 hour tour is not for the feint hearted
UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin is associated with four Nobel Prize winners.Writing is a part of the fabric of the city and Dublin has had a huge influence beyond Ireland due to this rich literary tradition. No visit to Dublin is complete without exploring this literary heritage and getting to know the writers that created it.
Private Group Walking Tours
Planning a visit to Dublin with a group, from 2 to 200 guests? All our tours can be offered to groups of any size Contact us to discuss your needs, with historical tours, pub tours or is your group looking to leave the city and discover some of the charming Irish countryside Coach tours can also be arranged.
Take the local train along the coastal route of Dublin bay to the quaint fishing village of Howth on this 7 hour tour. Hike the Hill of Howth for stunning views over nine counties of Ireland, panoramic views from the cliff path over Dublin bay, towards the Isle of Man and Wales on a clear day
A two hour tour Trinity College to the Guinness Storehouse, this tour will take you on an historical journey of the Guinness Family. From the foundation of the Brewery to becoming one of the most recognised beer brands in the world we explore the family's influence on Dublin society
Walk in the footsteps of Heroes on this journey of Easter Week 1916, explore the lead up to the rebellion, the people involved, the battles fought and eventual surrender of the Rebels. The British reaction and the aftermath that lead to independence, The city that challenged an Empire.
All about us
Like all good stories, one night over a couple of pints of Guinness two guys thought visitors should have a genuine Dublin experience, run by locals who know the city. Hence the birth of Dublin Free Walking Tour.
After seaching for and hiring the most experienced, entertaining and charismatic walking tour guides Dublin had to offer, many miles of walking, countless hours of research and discussing what can we offer visitors different from the rest, we came up with the secret formula to share our city with visitors and locals alike.
We offer FREE walking tours every day at 11am, 2.00pm and 3.30pm will show you the better known sights Dublin has to offer, Trinity college, Dublin Castle, Temple bar, the cathedrals and many more locations
Throw this together with some Drink, music, literature and sex and we will send you away understanding a little more about the Irish and see why supposedly, Freud once said something like, "The Irish are the one race for whom psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever."