Explore the River Liffey and the Attractions Alongside It
Explore Dublin’s riverside on this refreshing walking tour with famous Dublin historian Pat Liddy, whose entertaining and informative walking tours have been a staple for tourists seeing the city for years.
As you walk along both sides of the River Liffey as it flows towards the harbour and the open sea you will learn about Dublin's history. It is here where great 18th century architecture and 19th century engineering and docks stand alongside modern 21st century commercial and cultural buildings. You will also see the graffiti wall dedicated to the rock band, U2.
The gaunt figures of the Famine Memorial will give you an insight into the past horror of the Great Hunger or Irish Potato Famine of the 1840s as will the replica Tall Ship the ‘Jeanie Johnson’, which carried hundreds of Irish emigrants to Quebec in Canada during this time.
The tour ends close to a large inner harbour beyond which are the European headquarters of many international IT companies.
German, French, Spanish and Italian speakers can also enjoy walking tours of Dublin by Pat Liddy Tours. To arrange tour for your group please contact us for details.
Pat Liddy offers a number of tours in Dublin, see if any other topics might be of interest to you. Special interest educational lectures and walks for groups like Scientific Dublin (exlpores the history of Dublin's scientific community) are also provided by Pat Liddy Tours.
Private tours run all year.
Notes for Group Leaders
Max. 30 persons per one guide - if your group is bigger, you will need to book a second guide.
Foreign language guides available - supplement applies.
Due to their geographical spread, it may not be possible to see all of the above mentioned sights and attractions in a typical two or two and half hours tour, so a selection will be made by the guide in accordance with your group.
Each tour lasts max 3 hours (unless tailored to be longer/shorter) – no visits or entrance fees are included in the price.
Outside your Celtic Group Hostel in Dublin. Please be ready 10 minutes before pick-up time.