The Top 5 Food Tours in Ireland
Along with beautiful scenery, great music and world-famous literature, Ireland also boasts another draw for tourists – our food and drink scene. The best way to enjoy Ireland’s culinary heritage is to hand the reigns to the experts and go on one of the many food tours around the country. With many day-tours available, take the time to schedule a tour with one of our top picks and enjoy some tasty Irish fare.
Delicious Dublin Tours
A unique way to experience different non-traditional Irish cuisine as well as the more traditional fare. The tour is 3 hours long, costs €65 per person and can only accommodate up to a maximum of 14 people.
The 3-hour tour tour will take you along 5 stops in Dublin city for great food tastings – everything from Irish coffee to homemade scones. Previous tourists have complimented the guides for creating a great atmosphere, and it’s the perfect way to enjoy your first time (or return trip) to Dublin.
Find everything you need at Delicious Dublin Tour’s website.
Food Tours Ireland Burren Food Tour
Heading west on your next trip to Ireland? This tour by Food Tours Ireland is the perfect way to combine the natural beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way with its delectable food.
From the comfort of your chauffeur-driven vehicle, listen to your guide’s stories of food production in the Burren region and stop at some choice producers, trying everything from smoked salmon to craft beers.
Tours begin at 9am and finish up at 6pm, costing €115 per person for the full day’s trip.
Check out the details at FoodToursIreland.ie.
Galway Food Tours Daytime Food Tour
Staying in the west of the country, why not make the most of your time in Galway with a culinary walking tour? Trying local produce in everything from oysters to cheese, sushi to crab and donuts to local beers, this is a great way to experience Galway in a unique way.
Galway Food Tours is a short 2.5 hour tour, and visits family-run businesses, artisan producers and young entrepreneurs, all passionate about putting Galway food and drink on the map.
Interested? Take a look at the Galway Food Tours website.
The Belfast Food Tour
Venturing up to Northern Ireland opens up a new world of culinary delights, and the Belfast Food Tour is the best way to find them.
A 4-hour guided walk to some of the best food and drink spots in the city, including those in the famous St. George’s Market, this is a fantastic tour to take in the sights and tastes of the city.
From £65 per person, find all the information at the Belfast Food Tour’s website.
Traditional Dublin Pub Tour
It wouldn’t be an Irish tour list without a few pubs thrown in!
This Dublin food tour by much-loved company Yellow Umbrella Tours takes patrons on an evening crawl through some of the city’s best pubs.
Enjoy whiskey, gin and local ales and beers and even be entertained by a traditional music session to finish off. €42 per person with a max of 21 people per group – find all the information you need at the Yellow Umbrella Tours website.