Departing your hotel, you will first visit Georgian Dublin, famous for its multicoloured doors and its beautiful architecture.  Travelling around the many Georgian squares and moving forward through the city you will visit St.Patrick’s Cathedral – the longest Cathedral in Ireland which measures over 400 feet.  (You will need approx 30 min to visit the Cathedral). From here you will travel through the high street to view Christ Church Cathedraland the old City Walls; and carrying on through the Iveagh district of the city to Guinness Buildings to visit the famous Guinness Storehouse and to taste a bit of True Ireland- the famous black stuff (Guinness)! (This tour at your own expense will take approx 45 minutes)

From here you travel west to Phoenix Park which houses Áras an Uachtaráin ; the Irish Presidents Residence.  The Phoenix Park, the largest walled parked in Europe, hosts over 1500 acres.  Travelling east back up the city quays, you will see some fantastic architecture on the Four Courts Building; travelling back to O’Connell Street and Parnell Square to the Writers Museum where there is a permanent exhibition of Francis Bacon, after which we leave you at Grafton Street to shop or you can return to your hotel, whichever you wish.