A lifetime of experience in the arts and theatre around the world, from the palaces of Russia, the grandeur of London, to the ancient streets of Rome, led me to the place I love best...Dublin. It was love at first sight from the moment I set foot on Irish soil. Oh, but Dublin...I was hopelessly in love.
After years of exploring Ireland, and learning about Irish history and culture, I love being there. As I talk to people about my adventures, they often say such things as "Hearing you speak about Ireland with such enthusiasm...I want to go too!" or "It sounds like so much fun, but I could never do that...take off to a foreign country and find my way on my own."
My name is Cynthia James and there is nothing I enjoy more than showing people around the historic cobblestone streets of Dublin and sharing all I've learned about Ireland. If you would like an Irish adventure, but you don't want to do it alone, come with me, and I'll show you the way!
Join me for a MAGICAL TOUR of DUBLIN! and see why Dublin has a reputation for being a vibrant, colorful and lively cosmopolitan city...You WILL have fun...IRISH style!!
Explore Dublin with a seasoned Irish Traveler and Guide. Have an ADVENTURE - stress free and worry free!
There are so many exciting and interesting things to see and do in Dublin:
- Sit in on a traditional music sesiun at the Brazen Head Inn, circa 1198, while raising a pint of Guiness.
- Enjoy a day of shopping on Grafton Street, with a cup of Irish tea at Bewleys Famous Oriental Cafe.
- Explore the history of the Viking settlement in Dublin or the 1916 Revolution of Independence.
- Revel in the wild night life on the cobblestone streets of Temple Bar.
- Follow in the steps of Leopold Bloom of James Joyces' Ulysses.
- Soak up the atmosphere in the pubs frequented by Dublin's literary heritage of writers.
- Day trips also arranged to the countryside of Ireland! Let me show you all the possibilities! It's your choice!
- Only 7-10 people on each tour.
"More than 850,000 Americans come to Ireland every year, but despite Dublin's being home to 40 percent of Ireland's population, many tourists zip through the capital city on their way to Ireland's postcard-perfect rolling hills and craggy seasides. One resident told me, 'Your people come to Dublin to go to the Guinness Brewery and get a motorcoach to the country. You think Dublin isn't the real Ireland.' Historical sites abound in Dublin, each of which touches on a different part of a 1,200-year stretch of Dublin's history, from the Viking settlements in the year 800 to the Irish War of Independence that ended in 1921."
Joseph Guinto, travel writer for American Airlines Americanway MagazineNow