See Dublin By Bike South Inner City

See Dublin By Bike
  • Category: Auto & Bike, Bike Shops, Useful Info
  • Address: Serving Dublin and surrounding area Cafe Rothar 16 Fade Street Dublin 2 South Inner City
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  • Phone: (087) 695 5976
  • Short Review: Good for Children Yes


Discover the rich history, the folklore, the great buildings, the unique atmosphere of Dublin, with a guided bike tour.

Get a sense of the city’s energy, its history, culture and wit; its distinguished citizens – from Joyce to Bono.

Our guided tour uncovers Dublin’s charm. There are no hills and the pace is relaxed.

We give you an unforgettable introduction to Ireland’s capital city.

Our Taste of Dublin tour starts at Cafe Rothar on fashionable Fade Street and takes in College Green, Dublin Castle, the Guinness Brewery, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Temple Bar, the ‘Italian Quarter’, O’Connell Street, the Milennium Spire and the General Post Office, Parnell Square and the Georgian northside, Merrion Square and the Oscar Wilde memorial.

But that’s only the start. Our comprehensive tour takes in hidden gems along the way – Gray Street’s Catholic Emancipation monument; the 18th century Roe’s Distillery windmill; the ‘hungry tree’ in King’s Inns; Blessington Street Basin, Google’s European HQ, and more.

We also bring you east towards the bay to ‘new Dublin’ and the Grand Canal Dock area.

Along the way, you’ll hear about Dublin’s history, its literary and musical traditions, and the events and personalities that shaped the city’s character, from your tour guides, Seán or Julian.

We supply bikes (of course), helmets, hi-vis bibs and a biscuit snack.


Established in 2012.

We’re less than three years in business and thriving.

We give a well informed and fun filled guided tour of Dublin.

We travel at a relaxed pace and provide everything you need – bikes, helmets, hi-vis bibs – and your guides, Seán and Julian

Meet the Manager

Seán F. and Julian V.


Seán, originally a country lad or ‘culchie’, has lived and enjoyed cycling around Dublin since the 1970s. He has made the capital his home. “I welcome the opportunity to introduce Dublin to new people”.

Julian has lived in Dublin for over thirty years. He has cycled in the city for all that time and has a keen interest in all aspects of Dublin’s history. He was a radio and television producer with RTÉ, the national broadcaster.

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