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Dublin Loyal Guided Walking Tours

#239 of 439 Tours in Dublin
Dublin, Ireland
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About Dublin Loyal Guided Walking Tours
The tour is set out into seven stages, taking in a leisurely two hours. The tour starts from Dublin Tourism Office Suffolk St May to Sep timetable 11am & 2.30pm daily. We will visit Trinity College, Dawson St, House of Lords, Dublin Castle, City Hall. Our aim is to deliver an engaging narrative,while bring to life the events and characters who have shaped Dublin and Ireland over the Centuries.
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GreigB28 wrote a review Aug 2014
Stirling, United Kingdom124 contributions60 helpful votes
A first class tour and very learned and clear well presented tour.The young lad who gave the tour was a very pleasant man, and it is a great way to see the city.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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Richard D wrote a review Aug 2014
Windsor, Canada43 contributions37 helpful votes
If you have an interest in renovated buildings, you must make Filzwilliam Street and Square a must stop in the central Dublin area. These renovated Victorian row houses have an outstanding array of doors. If you are a photographer looking for something a little different, a walk in this area will leave your wanting more. Every door seems to be painted in a different bright colour. Take one picture and you want to take a dozen more. After visiting all the "main" attractions in the area, this street offers a unique surprise.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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Fin044 wrote a review Jun 2014
Buckingham, United Kingdom47 contributions28 helpful votes
We thought this sounded a rather different guided walk to the usual, and waited outside the Tourism Office on Suffolk St on Sunday 1 June , 2.30. No one appeared ... so it was certainly different ! This is the meeting point shown on TA listing. On checking afterwards, there is a Visit Dublin website which lists these guys ...saying meeting point is in Temple Bar square. Then again, the Dublin Loyal website appears no longer to exist, so you should assume this tour no longer operates I guess.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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Marc_Von wrote a review Apr 2013
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Most Dublin tours are superficial, aimed at tourists who do not really care about historical fact. They sell myths about the Easter Rising and Irish history in general. Not so at loyalist tours. The guide is a professional historian and he let me really understand Irish history. I came to Ireland to learn all about the history and the troubles and thanks to this tour I feel like I am leaving this Island knowing more truth about Irish history than most people who live in Ireland and certainly abroad. The tour covers all important historical sights and is very personal so you can ask and discuss everything with the guide.
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Date of experience: April 2013
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Taistealaí wrote a review Sep 2012
Dublin, Ireland5 contributions6 helpful votes
This tour was excellent. Derek, our guide, gave us as much of his time as we wanted. He talked to each member of the group, as well as to the group as a whole. Most of what he said was new to me, although I've lived in Dublin for over 40 years, and done lots of walking tours. I would really recommend this tour, to visitors and to residents of Dublin.
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Date of experience: September 2012
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