‘Food on Foot’ and ‘Beer on Foot’ walking tours in one of the world’s friendliest and tastiest cities – Dublin. Join a local, authentic experience. Walking food tours take place in the Liberties, the heart and soul of Dublin city centre. Every turn, every corner, every cobblestone has a tale to tell. Fun, knowledgeable guides will share the amazing stories and delicious local tastes our city has to offer.
Meeting Point: Saint Catherine’s Church, Thomas Street, Dublin 8
Food on Foot: Every Saturday & Sunday starts at 11:00 am. Please come hungry and arrive 15 minutes early.
Beer on Foot: Every Saturday & Sunday starts at 15:00. Please arrive 15 minutes early.
Tours last approx 3 hours.
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