Explore Dublin like never before across land and water, diving deeply into the beautiful culture and history of the city. Viking Splash Tours offer an engaging, interactive experience for all kinds of groups! Not only are we Dublin’s only amphibious tour, showcasing our city by land and water, we are also a real, living theatre with hilarious local guides who are sure to keep you entertained. With flexible and customised tours for groups or individuals, Viking Splash Tours can provide a platform for a range of occasions from team-building to birthdays, hen parties to family reunions.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: St Stephens Green, Dublin, County DublinSee the entrance to the beautiful St. Stephen's Green Park & learn how to roar like a VikingPass By: The Liberties, Dublin, County DublinAs we sail through the streets we see the Liberties ahead, dating to the 12th century these Liberties of which there were originally 6 ran from the districts of Donnybrook through to Kilmainham. Pass By: Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, County DublinDominating the very heart of the Liberties stands the great spire of St Patrick’s Cathedral, standing at 43 meters in height it is the tallest Cathedral found in Dublin. The Building was founded in 1191 on the site of a well which was used by St Patrick as a baptismal font during the 5th centuryPass By: Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, County DublinStanding on the highest point overlooking the old medieval city of Dublin is ChristchurchPass By: Four Courts, Dublin, County DublinCompleted in 1802 and designed by the acclaimed architect ‘James Gandon’, it originally contained the Supreme/High/Circuit and the Court of Appeal (Until 2010 it also housed the Criminal Courts of Ireland). Pass By: River Liffey, Dublin, County DublinCutting through the City like a knife lays the River Liffey, running for 75mls it meanders its way, weaving as it does so through the countryside before entering the City’s limits and splitting the City in twoPass By: The O'Connell Monument, Dublin, County DublinStanding high and gazing wistfully across the city towards the Old Parliament Building stands Daniel O’Connell (1775-1847), one of the greatest political figures in Irish History. Pass By: The Spire, Dublin, County DublinStanding at 120 meters in Height, the Spire is the largest art installation in Dublin; of which presently no building stands tallerPass By: Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin, County DublinSee & LearnPass By: O'Connell Street, Dublin, County DublinThe main thoroughfare in Dublin, originally known as Sackville Street but renamed after Daniel O’Connell, one of the most important and influential political figures in Irish HistoryPass By: Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, County DublinTrinity College is the oldest University in Ireland, Founded in 1592Pass By: Huguenot Cemetery, Dublin, County DublinKnown too many as the smallest graveyard in Dublin, the Huguenot Cemetery dates from 1693Pass By: Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, County DublinTake a splash in to the Grand Canal Basin and see the beautiful sight from the water