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Eamonn Clarke

History & Architecture – Walking tours of Dublin, focusing on city’s 9th century origins as a Viking settlement, to an elegant 18th century city famous for its Georgian architecture.
Specialist knowledge of the ​ Revolutionary period 1916-1923

Conor Hynes

I provide private driving tours originating in the Dublin region and airport transfers.

Liam McCauley

Wherever I provide a tour or whatever the theme may be, I try where it is possible, to show the multiple aspects of what makes that place or the personalities involved, so unique in their window of time and space.

Liam Bourke

Historical sites, cultural, ancestry, hiking, biking, horse riding. Myth & legend, family trips. 12 years as a driver guide. Having travelled the length & breath of the country for a major luxury touring Company. Nominated driver during Irelands EU presidential period.

Derek Smith

I am a private tour guide and over driver Guided tours all over The island of Ireland. I offer day tours from Dublin and extended tours all over the island of Ireland. My interests are History. Culture. Mythology and Ancestral tours.

Philip Archbold

I aim to put a smile on each face at the end of each tour and I am enthusiastic about meeting people from all parts of the globe and sharing our proud history and heritage.I have always had the gift of not working with a script so that my tours can evolve over time with no restraints and bringing my own personality into my tours.I strive to bring a great mix of social, political and architectural history, putting an emphasis on humour and bringing history alive.

Matt Feeney

Day tours Dublin, Boyne Valley, Wicklow, Meath, Louth. Multiple day tours across Ireland all areas. Particular interest in the Wild Atlantic Way. Tours of the significant houses of Ireland.

Sinead Butler

I have travelled a lot, and learned so much on my travels. It is a great pleasure to be able to do the same for others. Learning something about our history, music, language and literature, will help you to really ‘feel’ the landscapes and historic sites we visit together.