Explore Dublin's Viking Origins
Take a step back to in time to Dublins Viking and Medieval past with Pat Liddy, a famous historian and Dublin walking tour guide. This walking tour (which can be also in German, Italian, French or Spanish) introduces your group to the origins of Dublin.
The tour takes place in one of Dublins most historic areas which was originally populated over 2,000 years ago but only rose as a substantial trading medieval town when the Vikings established it in the early 10th century. The Vikings from Norway and Denmark have left a substantial legacy which can be traced in the area that was in the very centre of their Dublin world. This tour will take in Dublin Castle, the historic Christ Church Cathedral area, the West-end of Temple Bar, St Audoen’s Church (founded by the Normans) and the sections of the old medieval walls still standing today.
Pat Liddy covers plenty of topics on his Walking Tours and this is just one of them. If your group is interested in history, Pat Liddy's tour on Dublin's Revolutionary Past might a great fit for you as well!
Please contact us for details to arrange Pat Liddy Tour for your group or special interest lectures tailored to your groups' areas of interest. All lectures and tours are very educational and informative.
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.