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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    106 reviews

    I enjoyed visiting Guinness but felt a bit like I was paying to walk through an advertisement. The external facade and the views from the rooftop bar were the highlights. A bit of a shame they chose to go very commercial instead of emphasizing heritage and showcasing the authenticity of the historical structures.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
  • 2

    Temple Bar

    73 reviews

    Very tacky and touristy area full of pubs. Some gems can be found amongst the usual chain pubs and restaurants.

    Popular withLocalNightlifeFoodies
  • 3

    St. Stephen's Green

    48 reviews

    Attractive park just a few minutes from Grafton Street. A nice place to take a break from the city but no need to prioritize it if you are here for a short visit.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetGreen
  • 4

    Trinity College Dublin

    46 reviews

    For relatively cheap (40€ night) accommodations in the heart of Dublin you can't beat this place. Definitely for the younger due to the fact you stay in dorm room apartments in twin beds.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 5

    Grafton Street

    46 reviews

    The buildings are historical but the shops are mostly modern. A nice break from Temple Bar. The main strip isn't unlike those you see in other European capitals but the alley ways are pleasant and there are fewer tourists here.

    Popular withLocalLuxuryTrendsters
  • 6

    Trinity College Library

    35 reviews

    it's very important and beautiful in the center of Dublin Is a gallery and university I like it very much also for the gardens and many other tinks.etc etc

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 7

    River Liffey

    38 reviews

    Can't say that I knew the name of the river that runs through Dublin until I arrived in the city. The Liffey isn't to big and isn't too small. What I like about it most is there are LOTS of bridges so it is easy to get from one side to the other.

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersBudget
  • 8

    The Book of Kells

    26 reviews

    The Irish are so proud of this that you are sure to cause offense if you've come all the way to Dublin and have not seen this. Frankly speaking, I think you have to be Irish and feel a personal connection to the history in order to really be impressed by this exhibit. The book itself is quite small and ...

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 9

    Dublin Castle

    29 reviews

    So, why isn't the castle garden just another part of the castle? The city of Dublin was founded around and named after this very spot, actually. Dubh Linn (meaning "black pool") was the name of the lake that once occupied the spot of the castle gardens, back before the city grew into the metropolis it is today. Today, the gardens ...

    Popular withHistoryBudgetLocal
  • 10

    Christ Church Cathedral

    26 reviews

    The most imposing church in Dublin. Much restored cathedral dating from Viking times and now the seat of the Anglican church in Ireland.

    Popular withHistorySpiritualLocal
  • 11

    Kilmainham Gaol

    24 reviews

    So cool: gorgeous Victorian jail (well, as gorgeous as a jail can be), now made into a history museum, largely about the 1916 Easter Rising. You go through on a guided tour, and the guide we had was very good. There's a well laid out exhibition area to tour while you're waiting for the next tour. Great combo of spooky, ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 12

    Old Jameson Distillery

    25 reviews

    at the end, i signed up for a whisky tasting contest. they even print me a cute little certificate...XXXX

    Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
  • 13

    Phoenix Park

    21 reviews

    The park has many historic buildings and monuments. I suggest to rent a bike. It's largest park in Europe. Must visit the residence of the president of Ireland. It opens on Saturday for the public.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetFamilies
  • 14

    Dublin Zoo

    22 reviews

    Praia

    Popular withFamiliesHistoryAdventure
  • 15

    The Spire of Dublin

    28 reviews

    The height of the structure is mesmerising. It stands out amongst the other monuments and structures. Located on the O'Connell street, this presents a good photo opportunity if you are visiting Dublin

    Popular withLocalBudgetDesign
  • 16

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    19 reviews

    St. Patrick's Cathedral was amazing to see. I was lucky enough to see a visiting choir practice their songs and the only way I can describe it is the sound in the cathedral was magical. If this is your first trip to Dublin I highly recommend a stop at St. Patrick's Cathedral. Make sure to check their website to see ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalDesign
  • 17

    The Brazen Head

    13 reviews

    The Brazen Head is the oldest pub in Dublin dating back to 1198!! It's worth a stop for a night, prices are reasonable and the staff is welcoming. There are a multiple rooms posing different atmospheres. There is live music some nights and good bar food! Enjoy drinks and be apart of the Dublins history!

    Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
  • 18

    Croke Park Stadium

    10 reviews

    Lot of history to learn

    Popular withHistoryLocalBudget
  • 19

    Dublin Bus Tours

    12 reviews

    City tours can be a mixed bag but this one is worth it to get your bearings around a city with such a densely concentrated city centre that it can be tempting not wander further afield.

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
  • 20

    Aviva Stadium

    10 reviews

    It's a new stadium in Dublin. It's easy to get there by train and bus. It's absolutely nice to visit inside. There are many restaurants near to the stadium.

    Popular withFamiliesLocal
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