Dun Laoghaire & Merrion Square 5 Hour Tour
5 Hour Tour 1~4 Persons €100
The 5 hour tour will begin from The Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Square. Dublin 1 (see map below).
The panoramic journey will start with a drive along the River Liffey, where you will view the The Custom House building, The Famine Memorial sculptures and The Samuel Beckett Bridge.
The views of Sandymount Strand into Dublin Bay are special with all visitors. The promenade is very popular for leisurely walks by locals and there are some interesting sculptures to view.
Dun Laoghaire Harbour is protected with two pier walls that are regarded as the longest working piers in the World, they are 1.3km in length. The walk on the East Pier towards the lighthouse is a must for every visitor. There are many monuments and marine artifacts on the walkway.
The tour will continue with a panoramic drive into Dublin's Georgian area. Stopping at Merrion Square, one of the few well maintained gardens from the era, which contains many sculptures and monuments. The most viewed sculpture would be that of Oscar Wilde, leaning casually back on a boulder situated opposite his family home.
Afterwards the tour drive will take you through two more Georgian squares (Fitzwilliam Square and St Stephen's Green Square), where you will get to see the Georgian architecture and a variety of doors from the period showing vivid colours and designs. As we come to the end of the tour, you will pass the most famous building in the City that was built in 1591 - Trinity College.
The tour will finish on O'Connell Street, which is very much central in the City. If you have any question, please feel free to ask your guide.
Meet at The Garden of Remembrance
The Customs House & The IFSC
Dun Laoghaire Town
East Pier walk
Depart Dun Laoghaire
Merrion Square Gardens