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The Destination

Dublin was voted Europe's fourth most popular city break destination and is one of the friendliest capital cities in the world. Dublin is a relatively small and accessible city, small enough and safe enough to get around on foot.

Whilst in the city take the time to see some of the finest sights in the country.

Our top five must-see Dublin visits

Guinness Storehouse

Taste Ireland’s famous tipple and pay a visit to the Home of Guinness. Step back in time and walk through the brewery’s rich history dating back to 1759. We’d encourage you to take part in the multisensory tasting experience and learn about what goes into making Guinness and how to pour the perfect pint.


Dublin castle

Visit one of the most important buildings in Irish history: Dublin Castle. Follow in the footsteps of Benjamin Franklin (1771), the Duke of Wellington (1807), Daniel O’Connell (1841), Queen Victoria (1849, 1853, 1861 & 1900), Charles Dickens (1864), John F. Kennedy (1963), Charles de Gaulle (1969), Nelson Mandela (1990) and Queen Elizabeth II (2011) and learn about the Castle’s colourful history.


The Little Museum of Dublin

Every place has a tale to tell, and Dublin is no different. Discover the number one rated museum in Ireland and visit the Little Museum of Dublin to learn about Queen Victoria’s visit, U2’s rise to fame and everything in between.


Kilmainham Gaol

Experience Kilmainham Gaol Museum and learn about the formidable history enclosed within the jail’s walls from the rebellion of 1798 to the Irish Civil War of 1922-23.


Dublin Bay
& Phoenix Park

Explore Dublin’s great outdoors, land and sea! Visit the setting of James Joyce’s Ulysses and drink in the beautiful C shaped bay. Enjoy peaceful walks and sea air or take a day trip around the incredibly picturesque coastal villages surrounding Dublin Bay.

Phoenix Park is a must-see while in Dublin. Not only is it one of the largest parks in Europe, its history dates back over 350 years. The park spans an incredible 1,750 acres and holds a treasure trove of historical landmarks within, including the Papal Cross, the Wellington Testimonial and the Phoenix Monument.

 

 

 

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