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Dublin, is the capital of the Republic of Ireland, and is situated on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey.

Its medieval buildings include the 13th-century Dublin Castle, Christ Church and St Patrick’s Cathedral. Part of the original Dubh Linn settlement area became the hub of the Vikings in Dublin and remnants of this time in history are still visible.

Dublin is often praised for its Georgian architecture. The city has some of the finest Georgian buildings in the world and none are finer than those located in the Georgian Quarter. Running from St Stephen’s Green and Trinity College to the canal, Merrion Square, St Stephen’s Green and Fitzwilliam Square are prime examples of the Georgian style. The Irish House of Parliament (The Dáil) is situated in one of the most spectacular Georgian buildings– Leinster House.

The world famous Temple Bar area of Dublin is also known as the Cultural Quarter, with bars, restaurants, music venues, hip boutiques and second hand shops, Temple Bar is a highlight of any visit to Dublin.  Regular markets, street theatre and buskers make this the most exciting part of this vibrant city.

A selection of tours

Walking Through History

What better way to see the wonderful city of Dublin than take in an, historical walking tour with our experienced guide…on our tour we will view Dublin Castle, Trinity College, Temple Bar Old Irish Parliament, and many more.

You will stroll along the cobbled alleyways and learn so much about Dublin, its architecture, its people and its deep history regarding its medieval past.

Drink Up - Cheers!

Guinness Brew

Experience a private guided tasting session at the Guinness Storehouse. You are offered samples of several Guinness blends, so that you can choose your favorite. Learn all about the legendary Irish dry stout and sample popular Guinness variants.

Once you're finished, its then time to explore the museum with your guide and learn of the history of one of Ireland's favorite beers.

Irish Whiskey

Another Irish experience is of course the opportunity to learn the history of Irish whiskey by visiting the Whiskey Museum and learn the origins of the amber nectar and enrich your knowledge of the drink’s development and progression throughout the ages.

Your private tour will end with the opportunity of a tasting of whiskey samples.

St. Patrick's Cathedral

St. Patrick's Cathedral, built to honor the patron saint of Ireland, is a must-to visit in Dublin. The original wooden church was erected in this spot in the 5th century but was rebuilt at the end of the 13th century to reflect its boost to cathedral status.

The cathedral's history includes famous author Jonathan Swift serving as Dean and the first performance of Handel's Messiah by members of the cathedral's Choir School. The former Dean's grave and the original music composition are on display in the cathedral as evidence of these events. St. Patrick's is filled with rows of statues, beautiful stained glass, and elegant decorations for visitors to marvel at as they walk through.

Trinity College

Located in the heart of Dublin, Trinity College was founded by Queen Elizabeth I of England in 1592.

The college was originally only open to Protestant men. Women were admitted beginning in 1904 and today the college is comprised of a diverse student body of all faiths, genders, and nationalities.

The college boasts beautiful Georgian architecture and held within the Old Library is the world famous Book of Kells, an ancient sacred text, which is on display in a special exhibit.

A Taste of Dublin

Experience the traditional Irish cuisine on this walking tour of Dublin. Your “food guide” will introduce you to Dublin’s most popular pubs and restaurants, where you will have the opportunity to sample authentic Irish cuisine and craft beers.

This tour can be custom designed to suit your tastes.

A Day Out - Wicklow

With our experienced guide we offer the opportunity to enjoy Ireland's spectacular Wicklow Mountains and 'the valley of the two lakes'. On this tour you will be passing through the country's highest village and stunning landscapes en route to Glendalough, which 'Braveheart' fans may find familiar.

View Lough Tay―known as 'Guinness Lake' for its resemblance to a stout pint. Explore the county known as the 'Garden of Ireland' for its stunning natural scenery, including lakes, mountains and forests you will have the opportunity to wander among the archaeological ruins of a 6th-century monastic settlement, tucked within a stunning glacial valley.

A selection of evening event venues

Church Bar and Restaurant

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane is a Georgian building located in historic Parnell Square. It houses a magnificent collection of Impressionist paintings, along with important works by Irish Impressionists and a dazzling array of contemporary art.

A unique feature of the Gallery is Francis Bacon’s Studio with a magnificent Sculpture Hall which is great for receptions and seated dinners.

National Gallery

The National Gallery of Ireland, conveniently located in the heart of the city, is available for corporate events. Within its handsome complex of buildings on Merrion Square, including the elegantly restored Georgian house on South Leinster Street, it can make available a variety of spaces ranging from period to modern, large to intimate, to provide the perfect setting matched to the requirements of the most discerning clients.

Georgian Rooms offer a variety of options accommodating up to 50 people for dinner in an intimate and elegant setting, and up to 90 people for a reception.


The Wintergarden can seat from 60 to 180 people for a gala dinner, and can accommodate up to 300 for a reception.

Dublin City Hall

Dublin City Hall a truly unique venue for your corporate event. Designed by Thomas Cooley it is an outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned.

The magnificent circular entrance hall, or Rotunda, with its spacious dome supported by twelve columns and marble floor can host up to 250 guests.

King's Inns

A perfect venue for a memorable event. The Honorable Society of King’s Inns, where old and new merge together, makes a magnificent and historic setting for any occasion. Founded in 1541 under a charter from Henry VIII, King’s Inns is Ireland’s oldest legal institution and oldest School of Law. Designed by James Gandon and located on Dublin’s Constitution Hill, King’s Inns is a key example of Ireland’s Georgian architectural heritage.

A truly unique venue for your special event, the building is both grand and inviting, as are the surrounding gardens and courtyard.

Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

This unique venue situated on Dublin’s Kildare Street, has been the home of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland since 1864. This unique venue is perfect for your special event.

The building abounds with historic detail from its illustrious past, lending each of its graceful rooms a distinctive character and ambience.  High ceilings, tasteful decoration and furnishings, and stained and etched glass are found throughout, creating a stimulating and atmospheric backdrop to any occasion.

The Library is the perfect setting for an intimate group gathering. The serene setting sets the tone for a very pleasurable evening.

Round Room – Mansion House

The Mansion House built in 1710 for Joshua Dawson after whom Dawson Street named, and purchased from him in 1715 by Dublin Corporation to become the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin. The Lord Mayor as Dublin's first citizen resides over many of the committees that are responsible for the formation of policy and welfare in the city, and also receives visiting dignitaries and groups.

The Round Room built in 1821 to host a Reception and Gala Dinner for George IV and John Wilson Croker provides the perfect setting for any corporate event.