Delicious Dublin Tours Launches Howth Seafood Tour   Recently updated !



We are delighted to introduce a new food tourism experience to our range: the Howth Seafood Tour. This walking and tasting tour of Howth village will bring customers on a tasty journey of Irish seafood discovery.

The tour will introduce some groups to some of the freshest, highest quality seafood available, while also telling the food history of this coastal village, during a two and a half hour walking food tour. Attendees will learn about Irish seafood history, taste the best products from the sea, visit food producers and enjoy seafood dishes at local seafood restaurants. The tour is priced at €60 per person (inc. booking fee).

Delicious Dublin Tours will be running the first Howth Seafood Tours on Friday 14th of July and Friday 18th August 2017, both starting at 11.45am. Private and corporate tours are available on request.

More info and advance booking required via:


Things to Do in Dublin: Teeling Whiskey Distillery

teeling whiskey distillery

Our visitors get to taste a variety of Irish whiskeys during our food tours but we are always happy to recommend a visit to Teeling Whiskey in Dublin’s Liberties, to learn even more about the whiskey process and discover Dublin’s only functioning whiskey distillery.


Teeling Whiskey is an operational whiskey distillery, the first to have opened in Dublin in over 125 years. It is also a visitor centre in which you can join a guided tour of the distillery and enjoy one of their whiskey tasting experiences.


Teeling Distillery is located in the heart of one of Dublin’s oldest districts, the Liberties. It only takes about 20 minutes to walk from Dublin city centre.

Teeling Distillery, 13-17 Newmarket, Dublin 8


Open daily 10.00am-5.40pm (last tour)

How much?

Teeling Small Batch & Seasonal Whiskey Cocktail   €15.00

Teeling Trinity Tasting – Small Batch, Single Grain & Single Malt   €20.00

A Tasting of award Winning Single Malt, Single Cask and a Vintage Distillery Exclusive Single Malt   €30.00

More info


By phone: +3531 5310888

By email:

Video: 10 Top Travel Hacks for Ireland

We’re sharing this video from Discover Ireland which gives some very useful tips to save money on your next trip to Ireland and make the most of your time on the Emerald island.

Discover Ireland’s top ten travel hacks for Ireland include the following tips:

  • You can visit the national museums and galleries for free
  • Visit Heritage Ireland’s sites for free on the 1st Wednesday of every month
  • Enjoy plenty of free events all around the country on Culture Night if you visit in September
  • Listen to traditional Irish music in pubs for free

irish trad music

  • Many festivals in the island are free – keep an eye on free food, music events…
  • Look for discounts and visitor passes
  • Explore the island on foot (Dublin for example is very easily explored on foot)
  • Use free wifi in many spots (may it be a cafe, your accommodation or a public space)
  • Enjoy some ‘once in a life time moments’ like seeing the Northern Lights or exploring Star Wars’ filming locations


Do you have any tips to add to this list? Share them in the comments



Things to do in Dublin: Dublin Literary Pub Crawl

Dublin Literary Pub Crawl


We always try to give the best recommendations of things to do in Dublin in addition to our food tours, so every now and then we get to play tourist in our own city so that we know what to recommend.

One tour that we’re happy to recommend in a heart beat is the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, a highly interesting walking tour of Dublin that you can join in the evening. It’s a great follow on activity after doing one of our food tours during the day.



The Dublin Literary pub crawl is a 2 ¼hour walking tour of Dublin during which you visit some of Dublin’s historic pubs with two actors who introduce you to some of Ireland’s famous literary works and writers. As well as being informative, the tour is highly entertaining as the two actors perform scenes from Irish literature.




The tour starts at the Duke pub on Duke Street in Dublin 2 and the tour goes around city centre locations.




Summer (1 Apr-31 Oct): every evening at 7.30pm

Winter (1 Nov-31 Mar): Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday at 7.30pm


How much?


€13 per adult

€11 per student


More info


Tickets on sale at the Duke pub at 7pm

Book at different tourist office locations

Book online  – Dublin Literary Pub Crawl’s website