Joyce lived most of his life outside Dublin, but there is hardly a village or street in the city that doesn’t have some link to the author and his sprawling works. His unsettled family life meant that he moved address frequently in his adolescent years and his portrait of the city in works like Ulysses was so comprehensive that he once claimed that "if the city one day suddenly disappeared from the earth it could be reconstructed out of (his) book". Join us for this bus trip from Dublin’s epicentre to the stunning coastline, trace the steps of Joyce and his characters and learn all about the author’s links to the different areas of the city in the company of our local guide.
You'll take in Portobello and the city's former Jewish quarter, stop by Joyce's birthplace in Rathgar, Clifton House and North Richmond Street, enjoy your lunch in the beautiful village of Glasthule and head to the James Joyce Tower & Museum before returning to the city via Sandymount Strand.
Please Note: Tour does not include cost of lunch.