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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    103 reviews

    After this tour, I've gained the appreciation of enjoying a Guiness. The tour was definitely touristy but the best part is the free pint while on the top floor of the facility. You see the entire city of Dublin (360 degrees). The gentleman in the frame is Arthur Guiness, founder of the company.

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  • 2

    Temple Bar

    72 reviews

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

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  • 3

    St. Stephen's Green

    47 reviews

    A welcome open space in the centre of Dublin. The area surrounding the Green is one of the best places to see Georgian architecture in Dublin.

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  • 4

    Trinity College Dublin

    45 reviews

    Gorgeous campus in a nice central location. A must-see in Dublin. More for the atmosphere and architecture / historical buildings than for any specific tourist sight. The library is particularly special.

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  • 5

    Grafton Street

    46 reviews

    Great shopping street with many names not found in the US. Also home of several reputable cell phone stores should you need a temporary, prepaid SIM card to use a mobile while in Ireland.

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  • 6

    Trinity College Library

    35 reviews

    The book of Kells is a wonder, and the Long Room itself made an impression on me despite getting a lot of that in Cambridge. But also worth exploring the college.

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  • 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.

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  • 8

    The Book of Kells

    26 reviews

    Absolutely incredible exhibit. Covers more than just the Book of Kellls and also shows videos of artisans recreating the texts. The information about the whole process of creating these books was fascinating.

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  • 9

    Dublin Castle

    28 reviews

    Dublin Castle here since 1204 AD, and available for guided tours. The Chester Beatty Library is located on the grounds, and is also a must see.

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  • 10

    Kilmainham Gaol

    23 reviews

    The place of imprisonment of many of the most important historical figures involved in the struggle for Ireland's independence. Pretty much a 'must see' for anyone interested in the past. Now a museum.

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  • 11

    Old Jameson Distillery

    24 reviews

    The Jameson Distillery is a must do attraction in Dublin. Enjoy a glass of Jameson during your short wait for the tour to start. After the interesting video that kicks off the tour, make sure to be a volunteer for something that comes at the end of the tour (they wont tell you, and neither will I, but its fun!).

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  • 12

    Christ Church Cathedral

    25 reviews

    One of the oldest (and prettiest) cathedrals in Ireland and houses Strongbow's tomb, a creepy crypt, and the preserved bodies of a cat and mouse trapped in an organ.

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  • 13

    Phoenix Park

    21 reviews


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  • 14

    Dublin Zoo

    22 reviews

    The Dublin Zoo is a lot of fun. Be aware that on a sunny day the line can be very long to get in. We had a friend with season passes, so it made things easier. It is a standard zoo with you're everyday zoo animals. We had a leisurely stroll around and took it all in. It is almost ...

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  • 15

    The Spire of Dublin

    28 reviews

    An eyesore amidst its historic surroundings, the 'spire' is like a pair or suspenders in a nunnery - a scandal!

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  • 16

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    18 reviews

    One of two Church of Ireland cathedrals in Dublin, I find this less impressive than Christchurch.

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  • 17

    The Brazen Head

    13 reviews

    Officially the oldest pub in Ireland - dating back to 1198 - beat that! Recent visitors have praised it for its food.

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  • 18

    Croke Park Stadium

    10 reviews

    Lot of history to learn

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  • 19

    Dublin Bus Tours

    12 reviews

    good fun, a real experience

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  • 20

    Aviva Stadium

    10 reviews

    One of the two biggest sports stadiums in Ireland. If u can try and get to watch a rugby match there. For live gigs DO NOT get seated tickets at the back of the stadium - go for standing or seated near the front.

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