Dublin Literary Pub Crawl - Dublin
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Your Dublin Literary Pub Crawl begins at The Duke Pub - along the way, you'll find out where Samuel Beckett, Brendan Behan, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde et al soaked up their inspiration.
The half-mile or so meander takes approximately 2¼ hours, covering four pubs which vary (plus a stop in Trinity College on each tour).
Even if you know nothing about Irish writers beforehand, the tour will make sure that you're entertained as you're getting edified (and fortified). The trick is remembering it all afterwards...
'Witty, enthusiastic and informative, happy to veer off the mark and into subjects that wouldn't be covered by the city's tourist brochures. [The tour] had everything...detail, personality and, once the group is tucked inside a quiet pub, warmth.' Irish Times
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