Ireland Walking Tours

Ireland walking tours are one of the most popular options for seeing the Emerald Isle, as this beautiful country begs to be explored on foot. Sign up for an Irish walking tour in Dublin, Wicklow, Connemara, and beyond to not only see the major attractions, but also to have the expertise of a knowledgeable guide. Whether you want to spend an afternoon touring the top attractions in Dublin or put on your hiking boots to explore the forest paths of Wicklow, you will see an intimate side of Ireland.

Adventurous travelers can plan a hiking tour of Ireland, and options range from the lakes of Killarney to the rocky coastline of the Aran Islands, near Galway. Another popular tour for adventurous travelers is a bike tour, where you will pack more into one day of action.

Popular Ireland walking tours in Dublin include The Historical Walking Tour, the 1916 Rebellion Tour, and the Hidden Dublin Walks. Other companies specialize in hiking tours of Ireland outside of the capital city, such as Hidden Ireland tours, that bring visitors to County Kerry and West Cork. This exciting hiking tour consists of trekking from country inn to country inn across some of the most scenic landscapes in all of Ireland.

Not every Irish walking tour has to be this rigorous however. There are many options for relaxing walks along the sea or in the mountain. Local maps and Irish newspapers are great resources if you want to plan your own walking tour, from climbing the Sugar Loaf Mountain just south of Dublin City to strolling along the coastline in the Ring of Kerry. To see the flora and fauna of Ireland up close, to stare into the crystal clear lakes, to be alone and surrounded by the beautiful countryside, sign up for a walking tour in Ireland.

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