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LetzGo City Tours is an exciting, innovative tour company created to offer extraordinary, high quality, intimate group tours in some of the most exciting cities of the world. We offer visitors fresh, meticulously researched tours to iconic city...more
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We took the walking tour with Neil on a cold December's day. It was funny, informative and well worth while. Neil is a genuine Dublin character (intelligent, well read and gregarious) and adds so much to the tour.
Phil was our guide and not only knowledgeable but a great sense of humor. He looked after every one of us and was so considerate of my sister who has some disabilities with walking.
This is a so worth it tour and the Book of...More
Neil offered a valuable tour of Book of Kells and it was so helpful to be the first group inside as it afforded a less crowded space. The walking tour around Dublin Castle was filled with animated stories. He has a wealth of knowledge about...More
Skipping the LONG lines out the front of Trinity was just the start of a fantastic tour that took us through, in, and around Trinity, The Book of Kells, and Dublin Castle. It was well-worth every penny. Neil McCourt is a legend and absolutely a...More
This tour gives a very clear picture of how Guinness is made and the history behind it. Place gets very crowded lots of background noise and chatter. Don't think it is value for money to much hype put on the free drink at the end...More
He wore a long black-green wool coat, a deep-brimmed rubberized sailor’s hat, well-worm running shoes and carried a black cloth briefcase. Neil McCourt was our six-feet-tall tour guide in Dublin City Centre walking us in an icy-cold November downpour to see The Castle and the...More
I chose a walking tour of Dublin as a way to “land” in a new city which I didn’t really know anything about. I’d been told I must visit Trinity and Book of Kells but my knowledge was limited.
Dublin centre is fairly small so...More