No minimum number of attendeesNo minimum number of attendees is required for the tour
Free booking and cancellationFree payment tour, no set price, booking and cancellation are free
We are a young team that left Spain in 2009 and we are in London to create this beautiful project. At the request of our "walkers" we grew up in Paris, Dublin, Berlin, Malaga, Cordoba and Budapest, teaching these cities to thousands of Spanish speakers. We are professional guides and we are madly in love with every corner of the cities we teach.
Our tour will start in Barnardo Square until we move to the two most important Christian temples in Dublin: Christ Church Cathedral , also known as Holy Trinity Cathedral, and St. Patrick's Cathedral , the largest church in Dublin.
We will also see Dublin Castle and its beautiful gardens, City Hall and the charismatic Temple Bar neighbourhood.
In addition, we will pass in front of the Clarence Hotel , owned by the U2 group; Trinity College , the oldest university in Ireland, and Dublin Castle , the seat of British Government in Ireland until 1922.
In addition to getting to know the city, we will tell you about the most important Irish traditions and its most curious and interesting myths and legends. We'll also travel back in time to learn first-hand about crucial milestones in Dublin's history, such as the arrival of the Vikings and nearly 800 years of harsh English repression.
Come to know Dublin with Walking around Europe.
👀Reservations for more than 6 adults 👀
Group reservations of more than 6 adults have to pay €8 per adult.
The maximum allowed is 3 children for each adult.
If your group is more than 6 adults and you have made several separate reservations under different names, but all for the same group, you will have to pay €8 per adult.
If not, we will not be able to accept you on the tour and the guide may ask you to leave the tour.
In Barnardo Square, next to City Hall, with a flag or umbrella and "blue-green" accreditation with the logo of: Walking Through Europe.
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).