Local Haunts and Craic & Ceoil - Dublin's Pubcrawl

Heritage Pub-crawl

Dublin 1 day 6 stops 4.6 hours 741


Dublin is famous for its pub life, where you're never a stranger with a pint of Guinness in hand. Numerous pubs claim to give their own slice of Dublin, and all are worth visiting. This is not only a walk for those who enjoy a pint of the black stuff, but for those who want to experience the revered Irish culture of craic (an Irish word meaning fun) & ceoil (music), friendly encounters with locals, and stories recanted for years to come.

       The Stag's Head is one of the finest pints of Guinness in Dublin, certainly not be missed.



Brazen Head

The Porterhouse

The Temple Bar

The Stags Head

The Dawson Lounge


Caolan Flood

Screenwriter & Filmmaker, with a passion for travel. Always on the lookout for the next adventure!



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