Tour Code: 30791P199
Duration: 3 hours
There must be something in the water in Dublin; it’s been home to more literary legends than we can count. From James Joyce to Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde to Samuel Beckett, the city has been the birthplace or home of writers of some of the world’s greatest authors. So with a local by your side, stroll through the city and discover the spots that inspired Dublin’s literary greats, visit the pubs they used to drink in and the birthplace of Oscar Wilde.
Join a like-minded local to discover Dublin’s incredible literary culture, exploring the city on foot and learning about the famous authors who called the city home. Visit famous landmarks like Trinity College which is home to the Book of Kells, The National Library and St Stephen’s Green, which are all important parts of the city’s literary heritage. Learn about the dozens of incredibly influential authors who have lived in the city and their classic works; Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Dylan Moran (to name just a few!) were born or spent time in the city. Enjoy a drink in a local pub where Dublin’s literary set once socialised in, and get a feel for the unique atmosphere that you’ll only find in a Dublin pub, and which inspired these amazing writers!