Unlock the magic of Dublin

A deeply handsome capital, Dublin is full of personality and rich in history. Over a thousand pubs brim with Irish wit and hospitality, as well as an unrivalled literary heritage; elegant Georgian grandeur sits alongside cathedrals and castles. Have a local tell you its stories.

Attractions in Dublin

General Post Office
The capital's last great Georgian public building, and the headquarters of the Easter Rising in 1916.
Ha’penny Bridge
An elegant icon of Dublin, the first pedestrian bridge to cross the Liffey.
Temple Bar
A lively cultural and creative quarter on the south bank of the River Liffey.
Trinity College
Ireland's most prestigious university, retaining a tranquil collegiate atmosphere in the midst of the city.
Dublin City Hall
A masterpiece of the civic Georgian architecture for which Dublin is renowned.
Irish Houses of Parliament
Today a branch of the Bank of Ireland, the old Irish Parliament buildings were a radical Neoclassical creation.
Dublin Castle
Originally built to defend Norman Dublin, this handsome castle is now the city's historic heart.
Christ Church Cathedral
Dublin's photogenic eldest cathedral has been a place of worship for nearly 1000 years.
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
Ireland's largest church, built where St Patrick himself reputedly baptised local Celtic chieftains - and making Dublin a two-cathedral city.
The Book of Kells
Ireland's most treasured medieval manuscript, dating back to the 9th century.
Merrion Square
A grand Georgian garden square with serious literary pedigree.
Marsh’s Library
A perfectly preserved library of the early Enlightenment.
Guinness Storehouse
Guinness is synonymous with Ireland, and the brewery's visitor centre is one of Dublin's most entertaining and interactive attractions.
O'Connell Monument
A memorial to the 19th-century nationalist leader located in the heart of Dublin city.
Wicklow Mountains
This national park is the largest in the country, formed of towering peaks, sweeping valleys and glacial lakes.
Glendalough Settlement
Boasting an impressive 30m tower, this early Christian village is one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland.
Dalkey and Killiney
These beautiful suburban towns line the southern coastline, and are home to many of Ireland's eminent celebrities.
Newgrange Monument
This immense circular mound is an ancient tomb from the Neolithic era, constructed over 5000 years ago.
Battle of the Boyne Centre
Learn more about the infamous Battle of the Boyne in a restored 18th-century house.
Garden of Remembrance
A garden memorial that commemorates all the Irishman who gave their lives for Irish freedom in rebellions.
Cliffs of Moher
14 km of stunning sea cliffs, located at the southwestern edge of the Burren region.
Doolin Village
Known as a gateway to the ancient sites on the Aran Islands, Doolin village is a natural beauty.
The Burren Region
The Burren is a region of great environmental interest, showcasing limestone, lakes, and cliffs.
River Shannon
The longest river in Ireland.
Bunratty Castle
A large 15th century tower house situated in County Clare.
Cliff Edge Visitor Experience
Over 800 metres of cliff edge paths and panoramic views.
Dun Laoghaire Harbour
A suburban coastal town in County Dublin, Ireland.
Dalkey Village
A popular heritage town.
The Forty Foot
A famous and huge swimming spot.
Vico Road
Road offering unmissable sea-views.
Powerscourt House
A large country estate, famous for its house and gardens.
Newgrange Visitor Centre
Pass by the visitor centre to have an introduction to the site before you access the Newgrange monument.
Georgian Dublin
Explore the distinct architecture of Georgian Dublin.
Grand Canal
An iconic canal bank, lovely to walk along.
St Patrick's Cathedral Dublin
Founded in 1191, it remains the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland.
St Stephen's Green
Maintained in its original Victorian design, St Stephen's Green is a park beloved by locals.
Having worked in the drinks business for 20+ years, Gareth has accumulated a wealth of knowledge regarding Ireland’s great whiskey heritage.
Trinity College Library
Wander through the endless rows of historical novels.
O'Connell Street
O'Connell Street is the heart of Dublin's thoroughfare - with shopping, pubs, restaurants and historic landmarks, including the old post office.
Tullamore Distillery
It's an Irish whiskey distillery built by William Grant & Sons & officially opened in September 2014. It is the first new distillery constructed on a greenfield site in Ireland in over 100 years
Kilbeggan Distillery
Founded in 1757 is the oldest licensed distillery of its kind in Ireland.
Athlone is a historic town, located right in the centre of Ireland and built on the banks of the mighty River Shannon. Walking around feels like every building has a story, from the 12th-century castle to the 17th-century barracks & the 19th-century workhouse, a remnant from Famine-era Ireland.
Battle of the Boyne Site
Explore the battleground of the infamous Battle of the Boyne.
Slane Village & Castle
Visit Slane Village which stands on a steep hill and the Slane Castle right beside the Boyne River.
Irish Countryside
Enjoy your scenic drive through the Irish countryside.
Dame Street
Located on the eastern edge of the medieval city, this busy street takes its name from a large dam that was constructed here in the medieval period.
Central Dublin
See the heart of Dublin as you enjoy a walk through O'Connell Street and its Spire Of Light.
Dublin local pubs
There are currently 751 pubs in Dublin's city! Take a beer in one of its historical pubs also great spots for live music.


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