Attractions in Dublin that require Unique Private Tours

In recent years, the city of Dublin has experienced quite a lot of changes like the Irish country itself. Yet still, it has tried not to lose anything by carefully combining the old with the new. Although the city center now seems to have more of a metropolitan feeling, there is no doubt that its visitors will not cease to get a sense of the historical city’s tradition.

Many of the attractions situated within Ireland’s capital city are just some walking distance away from each other. Undoubtedly, it would be hard for a tourist in Dublin to get stuck for things to do as there are virtually plenty of must-sees in almost every nook and crannies of the city including, Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Kilmainham. There is simply no better way of getting to know Dublin than taking private tours of the city and getting lost on its chaotic streets.

No tourist in the country will hesitate to carry out private sightseeing tours of some historic places in Dublin.

Below are some tourist “Attractions in Dublin that require unique private tours”

  • Kilmainham Gaol

Most history buffs find their way down to this museum to see for themselves, part of the story of Irish history. This was where the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising were executed. Over the years, this attraction site has served as a prison to several Irish nationalist leaders. Very close to it is the Irish Museum of Modern Art which is just a 15-minute bus ride from the city center.

  • Phoenix Park

In the whole of Europe, there is no urban enclosed park that is as large as the Phoenix Park. This park is two times larger than the Central Park in New York. This park is so large that it houses Dublin’s zoo and plays home to the residence for the President of Ireland. Only rain can stop the awesomeness of a real treat that can be obtained here.

  • National Gallery of Ireland

Even after ranking one of Europe’s most expensive cities, it is amazing to find a tourist destination with no entrance fee for permanent exhibition in Dublin. The National Gallery of Ireland retains about 10,000 various forms of art and 2,500 paintings. In it, are some of the works of Ireland’s greatest living artist Louis le Brocquy.

  • St Patrick’s Cathedral

This is the largest single church in the Ireland. As an important part of any itinerary for private tours of Dublin, a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral cannot be avoided regardless of how short the stay is. This 12th-century cathedral holds the grave of a onetime famous dean of the Cathedral – Jonathan Swift – from 1713-45, who coincidentally is the author of the famous book “Gulliver’s Travels”

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