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Not knowing what to expect, my husband & I booked a pub crawl, including dinner. We picked up our tickets in the Temple Bar area & met our party there. As a group we walked to the next bar & two terrific entertainers regaled us...More
My husband and I were disappointed with this pub crawl. The two performers were talented musicians and singers but we both felt that there was too much "schtick" and not enough music. Some explanation of traditional Irish music would have been fine but there was...More
if you’re in Dublin for St Patrick’s Day, you are going to get drunken. . So to make sure you don’t waste any time elbowing your way through sub-par establishments, here’s our guide to the city’s best bars.
The Pub Crawl is not worth the money they charge you. OK, the two actors know how to act, but do not expect their acting to be inside different pubs. Except the gathering in the first pub ( The Duke) it all takes place outside....More
My husband loves literature, but I really went into this activity with no knowledge of Irish writers. It turned into a delightful night of theatre, laughter, and pints for all! It goes by quickly. I did not feel pressured to buy a drink at each...More
Landed alone in Dublin and had no friends to party with... booked myself for the pub crawl and partied like a local..
They take you different kinds of pubs - old traditional Irish, to discs, folk Irish music to hip hop to funk, great deals...More
This is a really fun activity-mostly from the guys who host you. They have great and quick wit- and are talented musicians as well! You will walk quite a bit-but our group ( a tour of 20) did quite well. We stopped at two small...More
The Dublin Pub Crawl is a blast. It is not an invitation to debauchery (although it is an option) but a tour of bars haunted by Irish literary giants hosted by accomplished actors and singers. They quote passages from the writings of James Joyce, George...More