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Dublin Orientation Tour - Recommendation?

We'll be visiting Dublin for three days next Spring before renting a car and touring the countryside for another week or so. While in Dublin we'd like to start off with some type of commercial orientation tour that not only provides us a geographical lay of the land but informs about the main sites too. We want to avoid an exhausting private tour of 2-8 people, yet also stay away from a hop-on/hop-off type of affair that might merely provide the name of the site and a single sentence of information.

I can (and will) peruse the internet but can anybody recommend a Dublin service that provides something of a happy medium? Thank you.

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