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Dublin Tour

Dublin Tour


Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland, is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the most famous city in the country which is well worth thoroughly exploring.

Castleforbes College organizes a series of guided tours available to all students, so that they can fully immerse themselves in the Irish culture and appreciate the beauties of Dublin.

Guinness Storehouse

It is the number one touristic attraction in Dublin. The classic "must see" visit, which takes place in the heart of GUINNESS® brewery at St James 's Gate.

Housed in an old Fermentation Plant of seven floors, the tour tells the process of realization of GUINNESS® beer, over time become a world famous brand.

The tour ends at Gravity® bar where guests will receive a free pint of GUINNESS® and will enjoy the spectacular view of the city of Dublin.

Groups of students under 18 years old are not allowed to drink alcohol.

National Museum of Ireland

  • Archaeology

The national repository for all archaeological objects found in Ireland and home to over two million artifacts.

  • Natural History

Galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, also geological exhibits from a total collection of about 2 million scientific specimens.

The ground floor is dedicated to Irish animals, featuring giant deer skeletons and a variety of mammals, birds and fish The upper floors of the building were laid out in the 19th Century in a scientific arrangement showing animals by taxonomic group. This scheme demonstrated the diversity of animal life in an evolutionary sequence.

  • More information at the following link: Museum.ie

Dublin Walking Tour

A great introduction to Dublin’s fair city. On this walk you’ll see the important sights, learn about Irish history and really get a feel for the atmosphere of Dublin today.

Look a little below the surface and you’ll discover much more about what makes Dublin such a great place to visit. Along with the main sights you’ll find a few interesting surprises, hidden corners and things most tourists walk past every day without noticing.

You’ll get a great sense of how Dublin has changed since its early foundations over 1,000 years ago.

SingSong Show

Singsong Show is the only event of its kind in Dublin, where the audience is the real star of the show.

Led by professional musicians , you will be involved in the songs of which you will learn to appreciate the meaning and made history.

All participants at the end of the show will receive a free book of Irish songs.

Howth Tour

Howth is an ancient fishing village on the outskirts of Dublin, surrounded by nature and full of legends.

A very key location of important events that have marked the history of Ireland, this town is able to give breathtaking views of typical Irish scenery.

Day trip of 6 hours with a visit to the following attractions:

  • Clifftop Walk

  • Stunning Views

  • Ancient Monuments

  • Viking Raids

  • Medieval Ruins

  • 18th Century Martello Tower

  • The 1916 Howth Gun-Running

  • Ireland’s Eye

  • Howth Harbour

  • W.B. Yeats’ Boyhood Home

  • Howth Castle

  • The Bloody Stream

  • Howth Abbey

  • Balscadden Bay

  • Baily Lighthouse

Temple Bar Challenge

It is a team game based in Temple Bar. The participants will have to answer questions, solve puzzles and perform in actual performance.

Each team will have a dedicated Smartphone where you will receive the instructions of the various tasks to be performed. The phones will also be used to take photographs which will then be projected on the big screen inside the pub.

Fun Guaranteed!

Visit to Dublinia

The exhibition covers the formative period of Dublin’s history, from the arrival of the Anglo - Normans in 1170 to the closing of the monasteries in 1420s.

Videos, models and reconstructions are included in the exhibition.

  • More information at the following link: Dublinia






All the information has been provided by the above official websites and the travel agency we are working with.

Croke Park Tour & Museum of Sport

Croke Park is a truly iconic stadium, rich in history, which has been at the center of sports and cultural life of Ireland for over 100 years.

This tour offers the chance to enjoy unrivaled experience and learn more information about the exclusive national games Irish - Gaelic football and hurling.

You will have access to all areas of the stadium: the VIP area , changing teams , museum interior , panoramic view of the stadium to 30 meters high.

  • More information at the following link: Croke Park