Suddenly Dublin Decoded looks and feels, all grown up.
For the front I used a detail from my favourite map of medieval Dublin. It’s a beautiful little map of the former walled city, showing the line of medieval walls, with all its gates and towers. This particular tiny detail shows part of Dublin Castle, along with Cork Hill and Dame Gate. I use copies of this this map and pass it around on the Medieval to Georgian tour of Dublin City Centre, as it’s a simple, visual way to relate the huge changes, from the old shape and fabric of the medieval city core, to the modern street-scape.
It would be remiss not to say here, we’re run our Medieval walls, Gates and Walls tour, and the Medieval to Georgian walks a couple of times each month month, Sunday 25th May, so to find out more or sign up, see here.
The only image on this side is the logo of the TripAdvisor website, where reviews of Dublin Decoded tours tend to universally positive.
So there you go, Dublin Decoded finally has its own card, reminding people about the reviews and our own website with its tour menu. With luck, people will take the time to look at the website, then use the email contact provided there, once they have an idea of what we do and what we offer.
As mentioned above. the Medieval Mass to Georgian Splendour walking tour takes place once a month, usually early Saturday or Sunday afternoons.
Thanks for reading. We look forward to seeing you on tour sometime.