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Dublin Temple Bar Night Tour16 Reviews
Discover Dublin's most iconic and beautiful pubs and learn about the importance of beer in Irish culture. Join us on this Spanish night tour of Dublin's Temple Bar.
- Explore the best Irish pubs
- Discover the funniest Dublin.
- Learn more from a Spanish tour guide
- Learn about the History of beer in Dublin.
- Explore Dublin by night.
DescriptionNight life in Dublin is a lot of fun and the tradition of meeting in pubs is still very much alive today. On our Temple Bar Night Tour you will have the perfect opportunity to see first hand how much fun the Irish have in their bars. We will not only know the main pubs in Dublin and points of interest of the Celtic night. Our guide in Spanish will review the history of the barley drink and its importance in Irish culture while we visit different pubs in the center. Did you know that Ireland is in the top 10 beer-drinking countries? This is also because one of its brands is one of the most famous in the world, Guinness beer. If there is an essential place to visit on any visit to Dublin, it is the Temple Bar. Turned into an icon of the city, the Temple is more than just a tavern and you will be able to see it for yourself on this tour. We will visit other emblematic pubs in the city, some of which hide secret rooms, interior gardens, basements with double functions, private areas for celebrities from other times or even workshops to make beer. We will also visit the impressive multi-storey pubs with live music every night, what a treat! To end in style, we will enter one of the few pubs that remain in Dublin where beer is brewed in a semi-industrial way. We can only tell you that the Temple Bar Night Tour is ideal for spending a true Irish night, even more so if you consider beer as liquid gold. What will you discover? What does 'craic' mean to an Irishman? Why do funerals in Ireland end up in a bar with a round of beers? Where does the Irish's passion for bars and beer come from? Why the name 'porter' (black beer)? How does the English pub differ from the Irish pub? Why was beer thought to have healing powers in the middle ages? What alcoholic drink was called 'water of life'? What does 'pub' really mean? And who were his true creators? Why did some pubs have such flashy names as 'The Blue Leg' or 'The Flying Horse'? What is the most photographed corner of Dublin? What does the clover symbol mean for some establishments?
IncludesSpanish tour guide
- Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays minors are only permitted access to the last pub.