Travellers will never forget the day when they went on a tour of Dublin.
There are plenty of ghost tours on offer to go on, but if you’ve got an interest in a particular part of the city, you might want to check out the ghost tours section on our blog.
If you don’t know what ghost tour to go for, there are lots of options.
This guide is by no means complete, but it should give you a good idea of what to look out for, and what to avoid.
You can always ask someone who’s been in the city and knows what to expect.
There’s no rush to get in, as there are also tours for locals.
We have the best, and we love seeing what the locals have to say.
If your first stop is in Dublin and you don´t know which one is the best and which is the worst, you can always stop at the pub, where the best tours are.
Here are our top five.
Dublin’s best ghost tours The best tourist ghost tours are always on the top of our list.
The only time I can think of when I haven´t heard of a ghost tour is when the Irish government closed its National Museum.
They decided to open it up again after the closure of the National Gallery in Dublin, and now it is one of the best places to visit if you want to see Dublin.
If the museum is closed, there is a tour for you.
There is a Ghost Tourist Guide book available to buy at most Irish book shops, and if you book online you can check it out.
It is worth visiting the National Museum when you are in Dublin.
The museum has a large exhibition room, which you can walk around in and take photographs of.
You may even take a photograph of the ghost.
There will also be a ghost photography booth, and you can even buy a ghost print for €2, which will be yours for life.
You will also have to pay €10 for the right to see the ghost, which is €10 more than you will normally pay to see a ghost.
The best ghost tour for kids The tour of the Museum of Fine Arts is a family friendly ghost tour, and it is also a popular one for kids.
It includes a ghost-related activity with the help of a guide, as well as a ghost story, ghost photography and even a ghost walking tour.
It will take place on a Tuesday evening at 8.30pm and runs for about 30 minutes.
There can also be ghost walking tours for adults, so make sure to check this one out if you plan on visiting the museum on a Friday.
The Ghost Tours guidebook is also available, which gives you a great overview of Dublin, as is the Ghost Tours app.
You’ll also need to pay a fee for admission, but you dont have to if you buy tickets online.
A good option for tourists and locals If you plan to visit a particular area, you may want to stop in the village of Cúilgeagh, where you will be able to meet some of the locals and have a chat.
You are also welcome to try some of Dublin´s best restaurants and pubs, including the Bitter and The Fierce, a favourite haunt of Dubliners.
If these places are closed, you will also need a visit to the historic Dublin Castle, which has been converted into a tourist attraction.
If it´s closed, a visit is also possible, although there are a few things to watch out for.
There might be a security guard who may be dressed in a dark suit, but there is no way to guarantee it.
You might have to show your passport to get into the castle.
You need to be accompanied by a guide.
If there is any danger, or if you are being attacked, call the police.
There has also been a number of sightings of a man who has been seen walking on the castle grounds, and there is even a YouTube channel dedicated to documenting the sightings.
The area is a good choice for ghost tours as it has been heavily used for ghost tourism by the Irish authorities for decades.
A popular ghost tour site is Ghost Tour.
There you can take pictures of some of Ireland´s most famous ghost stories and other activities, including ghost walking.
You also have the option of seeing some of them at night, so don´s be surprised if you get an eerie feeling.
You won´t be alone on this one, either, as you will need to stay in contact with the guide and make sure that you wear a face mask.
You should also check out our top 5 best ghost sites.