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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...more
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,...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
15 of use traveled down from Belfast to take this tour. It was a real eye opener for us hearing the history of PROTESTANT heritage in Dublin. Chris... keep up the good work; holding loyalist voice in the Dublin tourism industry GOD SAVE THE QUEEN...More
Our tour guide, Chris, was probably the most gifted guide we have ever experienced in our 20+ years visiing Dublin. He took the time to answer everyone's questions, even at the expense of repeating himself. He is a real student of Irish history, and has...More
If you are looking for an informative and engaging story on the history of Dublin then this tour is it. Chris is passionate about his history and easy going as we went for a pint. I don't know if the tour was 2 hour or...More
Thank David W
Management response:Responded 28 June 2012
The tour takes two hours; however if you like taking history, like every Irish man I find it hard to stop gabbing. It's great to read that visitors are enjoying my tour.
Excellent tour... visited Ireland 3 times in 7 years and went on numerous tours, Chris's tour was the best, well spent to hours. He invited us down that night to the only protestant social club in Dublin (Dublin Conservative Club) Blues in one room and...More