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The 5 best tours and excursions in Dublin

Dublin is not exactly a city that stands out for its monumental beauty or for having to make a large number of tourist visits, but we can tell you that it has many other virtues that make it very attractive for the visitor, including its great atmosphere and friendliness of the people or the possibility of having a pint of Guiness beer in one of its many pubs.
In addition, near Dublin there are several spectacular places that can be visited by rental car on a route through Ireland or in a day from Dublin such as the Giant's Causeway, the Cliffs of Moher or Wicklow and Glendalough, among many others.
All these places can be explored for free, but it is interesting, especially if it is your first time in the city, to do a tour or excursion with a guide in Spanish, to learn more about its history and curiosities. We leave you a list of what we consider are some of the 5 best tours and excursions in Dublin in Spanish.

1. Excursion to the Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher, which at some points reach 214 meters high are one of the best excursions in Dublin what can you do.
Its 8 kilometers long over the Atlantic Ocean are spectacular, around which you have several viewpoints to see and enjoy them at their best. The best known is Hag's head, very close to the visitor center, from which you can take one of the postcard photos, although you must be careful with the force of the wind, which in many cases is incredibly strong.
If you go north you will find the viewpoint Torre de O'Brien, located in one of the highest points of the cliffs. To the south you can make a trekking route of several kilometers, which will take you through incredible landscapes. Also, if your trip is between April and the end of July you can see even puffins, some nice birds.
To arrive by public transport you have to go by bus or train to Galway and from there take another bus to the cliffs. Another more comfortable option and with a price not much higher is to book a private tour with guide in Spanish by bus from Dublin.


2. Guided tour of Dublin

There are many things to see and do in Dublin, a city, as we said before, always active. We recommend some of you like going to have some pints while listening to good live music through the Temple Bar neighborhood, visiting the Old Trinity College Library, relaxing in one of the beautiful and well-kept parks such as St Stephens Green, touring O'Connell Street or the Grafton Street shopping, visit the Guinness Storehouse, enter St. Patrick's Cathedral, visit Kilmainham Prison, eat a good fish and chips or match your trip to enjoy the St. Patrick's party parade.
A good alternative to get to know the city is to book a free guided tour of the city in Spanish or a night tour to enjoy the atmosphere of the Temple Bar.

Glendalough

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