Literary Dublin Tour
Ireland in general and Dublin in particular is famous for its authors in the English Language (and indeed in the Gaelic language). On this tour spend from 1 to 3 hours walking around many of the sites and sights associated with James Joyce, WB Yeats, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, Brendan Behan, Samuel Beckett and many more.
James Joyce’s book Ulysses is thought to be one of the most influential manuscript of the 20th century. On this tour you will walk in the footsteps of Leopald Bloom the principal character in the book. It is thought that if Dublin burnt down tomorrow, it could be rebuilt from James Joyce’s book. The descriptions of the entire centre city and even its inhabitants are so well documented.
Visit the birthplace and later home of Oscar Wilde, the second most quoted writer in the English language after Shakespeare. See the homes of WB Yeats, Bram Stoker (author of Dracula), Oliver St John Gogarty.
See the offices where Bram Stoker worked as a clerk for 12 years.
Visit the Dublin Writers Museum at the north end of O’Connell Street on Parnell Square.