Our Dublin coach tour begins on O’Connell Street and includes views of the GPO, the headquarters of the Easter Rising and a drive past the Garden of Remembrance in memory of those who fought and died for Irish freedom.


Continuing past the Daniel O’Connell statue and across the river Liffey, we view the exterior of Trinity College, the former Irish parliament buildings and the exterior of Dail Eireann (the Irish parliament buildings) before driving through the iconic Merrion Square, home to some of Dublin’s most famous Georgian townhouses.

Dublin during the 100th Anniversary of the Easter Rising, when Ireland establish their independence from UK

Passing St Stephens Green, we arrive in Dame Street to view Dublin castle, Dublin City Hall and Christchurch cathedral. We also pass by St Patricks Cathedral (where Jonathan Swift, author of Gullivers Travels, served as dean for many years) before stopping at the home of Guinness for a photostop at the famous St James Gate!

Aerial view of St. Stephen’s Green, a park in the center of Dublin.

Continuing to Kilmainham Jail for a photostop of the prison where the leaders of the 1916 Rising were executed, we then continue through Phoenix Park to view the homes of the Irish president and the American Ambassador before continuing along the river Liffey to view the Four Courts, the Customs House and the Jeanie Johnstone Famine Ship before arriving back on O’Connell Street where you can enjoy free time in the city centre to visit the numerous museums, galleries and visitor attractions or shop til you drop!

Leaders of the 1916 Rising were executed in this Prison
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