Friday February 28, 2020

A walking tour with a techie slant in Dublin’s Silicon Docklands

The people behind a travel-tech start-up are now running walking tours of Dublin’s tech district

7th May, 2017
Marco Pavesi: ‘On this tour, it’s very difficult to overlook the history of the area’ Pic: Fergal Phillips

Stroll, an Irish travel- tech start-up, is now running the first ever tour of Ireland’s “Silicon Valley”.

The new tour is one of Stroll’s six walking tours around Dublin, giving visitors the inside story on the land of techies in hoodies, colourful receptions and some of the world’s most powerful companies.

“There are a lot of people who work in some of the buildings around here and...

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