Literary Pub Crawl in Dublin

Beer and books always go down well with me.  Put the two together and you perhaps wouldn’t think that you were going to have a hellishly good night out, but when you consider a walk to some of the pubs in Dublin where Ireland’s literary elite used to hang out, and whose prose comes to life thanks to your tour guides who are actors, then you are in for a very good night indeed, to be sure, to be sure.

Given that Dublin has been home to some of the world’s greatest writers; think James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Brendan Behan, Sean O’Casey, Jonathan Swift, George Bernard Shaw, WB Yeats and Oscar Wilde you know that you are going to be in some very good company.

The tours last just over two hours and visits about four pubs.  One of the best aspects of the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl tour is that there in not actually a lot of walking, only about half a mile (one kilometre) in total, and they spend about 20 minutes in each pub, with a visit to Trinity College thrown in for good measure.

The Dublin Literary Pub Crawl really fits the bill if you want a good introduction to the history, music, and literature of Dublin whilst washing down all of this culture with a good pint.

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