Historic Waterways of Hidden Dublin E-Bike
A Surprisingly Scenic Spin Along Urban Waterways!
From 16 years old
Two Person: €275
Three People: €312.50
Four People: €350
Five People: €387.50
Six People: €425
Seven People: €462.50
Eight People: €500
Per person: €62.50
We need a minimum of 8 people in order to run the tour. We will be in touch if we don't meet the minimum to reschedule.
6- 7 Hours
- Distance: 40 km / 25 miles
- Duration: 6- 7 hours (including stops for snack & lunch – add 1.5 hours joining Glasnevin Cemtery Tour)
- Capacity: from 2 (minimum) to 8 (maximum) persons
- Availability: Weekdays from 1st April to 31st October
- Start Time: 09:15
In recent years, significant efforts have been made to develop Dublin's waterways by creating amenities for locals and visitors to enjoy. While this work is ongoing, and with much more to do, this tour avails of these developments as it plots a scenic and pleasant route along the recently developed cycleways and paths. With a variety of bicycle type to chose from, you will pedal in comfort at a pace that suits you.
This tour will take you from the heart of Dublin city, through historic and once derelict districts that are now energetically rejuvenated. Take in the sea air along a recently constructed coastal cycleway and enjoy a cuppa' at a beautiful cafe while perched on top a 200-year-old sea wall with 360-degree views of Dublin Bay. Pass through parkland, famous sports clubs, and enjoy a hearty meal after visits to a famous garden and cemetery.
Meandering alongside the rivers you will hardly believe you are passing through the city. Watch the rowers training and arrive back along the city quays.
- Grand Canal “Silicon” Docks
- Samuel Beckett Bridge & a 19th Century Diving Bell
- 200-Year-Old North Bull Wall & Bull Island
- St. Anne’s Park Developed by the Guinness family
- Parnell Park, Home of Dublin GAA
- Croke Park, GAA Headquarters and 3rd Largest Stadium in Europe
- National Botanical Gardens & Glasnevin Cemetary
- Lunch in the Gravedigger’s Pub
- Tolka Valley Park Cycleway
- Phoenix Park
- Chapelizod Village and the River Liffey Cycleway
- The War Memorial Gardens
- Historic Kilmainham Gaol
- National Museum of Modern Art, formerly Royal Kilmainham Hospital
- Original Guinness Brewery and Surrounding Area of The Liberties
- Christchurch Cathedral, originally established in the 11th Century
- Dublin Castle, formerly the Adminstrative Centre of Imperial Rule
- Trinity College, Ireland’s Oldest University Established in 1592
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What to wear:
- Comfortable clothing
- Comfortable shoes
Please arrive 15 minutes early!
Please familiarize yourself with our General Tour Information prior to your activity:
For private tours, the start and finish points may be altered if requested by
the guests and only with advance agreement with the tour guide. The
route may also be shortened if desired by the guests. For public tours, this
is only possible with the agreement of all participants
Meeting Point Information
A popular caravan and camping park located approximately 14km / 9 miles southwest of Dublin city centre. Public transport access via the number 69 bus from Temple Bar, Aston Quay, alighting at Camac Valley.
22 Green Isle Road, Kingswood, Clondalkin, Dublin, D22 DR60, Leinster