Our Dublin Bus tour starts on O’Connell Street and includes views of the group strategy object, the seat of the Easter hike and a walk beyond the Memorial Garden in memory of those who fought and died for Irish freedom .
Passing by the statue of Daniel O’Connell and across the River Liffey, we saw the outside of Trinity College, the former buildings of the Irish Parliament and the outside of Dail Eireann (the buildings of the Irish Parliament) before going through the iconic Merrion Square, home to some of the most famous Georgian houses in Dublin.
Dublin during the 100th anniversary of the rise of Easter, when Ireland establish their independence from the United Kingdom
Passing St Stephens Green, we arrive at Dame Street to see Dublin Castle, Dublin City Hall and Christchurch Cathedral. We also pass through St. Patricks’s Cathedral (where Jonathan Swift, author of Gullivers travels, served as Dean for many years) before stopping at the Guinness House for a photostop at the famous St James gate!
Continue to Kilmainham prison for a photostop of the prison where the leaders of the rising 1916 were executed, we then continue by Phoenix Park to see the houses of the Irish President and the American Ambassador before continuing along the Liffey River to see the four courts, the Customs House and the famine ship Jeanie Johnstone before returning to O’Connell Street where you can enjoy free time in the city centre to visit the many museums, galleries and attractions tourist or store until you drop it!Follow us on: