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Dublin: The 7 Wonders of the City Exploration Game and Tour

1. Dublin: The 7 Wonders of the City Exploration Game and Tour

Explore the Dublin buried beneath your feet, a Dublin of English invaders, run with an iron fist by the Catholic Church and built by the Vikings. Uncover their stories by playing a quest with your friends, significant other, or family. Each clue will lead you from one place to another, giving you exact directions, so you won't need a map, a GPS, or a guide. When you solve it and guess the answer, the secret story of that place is unlocked. After you book the quest, you’ll receive your access code by email to be used in the app. The tour will take you up to two hours to complete, but there’s no time limit, so go at your own pace. You won't need a guide, just download the app, go to the starting point and be ready to begin the adventure. If you are a large group, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to play the city game on their smartphones. Alternatively, each person can purchase their own ticket. You can play as a group and solve the clues together as you walk. Or you can split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the other groups. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group and meet the group at the end.

Dublin: Half-Day Private Walking Tour

2. Dublin: Half-Day Private Walking Tour

Explore Dublin according to your own personal interests on a 3-hour walking tour of the city’s historic streets. Created by renowned historian and author Pat Liddy, the team of professional tour guides will tailor each tour to suit your tastes. They will meet you at your centrally located Dublin hotel, and take you on a journey through the Irish capital’s colorful, and at times traumatic, history. Travel back in time, from early medieval times to the present, and discover the cities literary associations and architectural heritage. Or focus on the more macabre aspects of Dublin. You can start at any time you like, and tours can cater for family walks, looking after the needs and interests of the younger family members if required. Full of fascinating stories, surprising facts, hidden gems, and bags of humor, each tour also comes with discounted entrance to the main tourist attractions, such as the Trinity College Library and the Book of Kells Exhibition, St Michan's Church, where you can see mummified bodies, the Guinness Storehouse, and Jameson Distillery.

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Wonderful morning walking tour in Dublin

Julian was a great guide, not only giving us detailed and interesting history of the sights, but also helping us with ideas for lunch, and where to find Irish music. He was responsive to our requests and a delightful companion for the morning!

Excellent 3 hour walking tour of Dublin

Kevin Fitzgerald was our excellent tour guide from Pat Liddy's Walking Tours of Dublin. He was very knowledgeable, friendly, and willing to answer questions along the way. It was a great way to start off our trip to Dublin.

It was a very good experience. We walked a lot, which made us get to know a good part of the city.

Fun and enjoyable and interactive,visited parts of Dublin we wouldn't usually see. Ideal for kids.

This was fun and took us into parts of Dublin we probably never would have explored ourselves!