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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    103 reviews

    Pretty nice. Great view over Dublin from the Sky Bar. Might be on the expensive side for what you get though.

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  • 2

    Temple Bar

    72 reviews

    Really!!! There is a Temple Bar in Temple Bar, Dublin! The area is lively and fun. There are also weekend festivals and markets that makes this area more interesting. Cheers!

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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

    Visitors can take a Trinity Tour of campus which includes entry to the Book of Kells and exhibitions, or enjoy the Trinity .

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  • 5

    Grafton Street

    46 reviews

    It's basically another historic shopping district, but a v scenic one which connects the area around TCD to St Stephen's Green. Famous for the buskers, but last time I was there I was dismayed to yet another example of how Europe has become standardized these last ten years. Same boutiques everywhere.

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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

    The Liffey river rises in County Wicklow and flows through Wicklow, Kildare and Dublin before entering the sea at Dublin Bay. You could spend a whole day walking along the Quays by the Liffey from the newly developed docklands area up to Phoenix Park, and occasionally detouring up little side streets. The Temple Bar district is very close. Cross the ...

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  • 8

    The Book of Kells

    26 reviews

    Irish monks played a vital role in saving the learning from classical times. Preserving and replicating bibles and other literature. The Book of Kells is a spectacular example of some of this work. Amazing artistry in the illustrations, truly a cultural wonder.

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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

    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, ...

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  • 11

    Old Jameson Distillery

    24 reviews

    I learned that I liked whisky with cranberry juice and I also had a great irish coffee at the bar! Do this over the Guinness tour.

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  • 12

    Christ Church Cathedral

    25 reviews

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

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  • 13

    Phoenix Park

    21 reviews

    I found this park stunning -- rolling hills and a majestic approach up a lane that has real gas lanterns for a mile or so; the kind a guy with a ladder and a torch lights every night. Well worth a visit while in Dublin.

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  • 14

    Dublin Zoo

    22 reviews

    Must visit.

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  • 15

    The Spire of Dublin

    28 reviews

    Pretty unique! I stopped a cop to ask what it was because it looked so different from anything I've seen before. He said the built it for the Millenium because they wanted to do something different. It's near the hotel where I am staying so the long silver point makes for a great reference.

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  • 16

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    18 reviews

    Of course Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin is one of the main tourist attractions! Unfortunately there is a charge to get inside a church.

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  • 17

    The Brazen Head

    13 reviews

    One of Dublin's oldest pubs in Dublin. It is certainly cool to have a beer in a place as old as the Brazen Head, but because of its fame it is probably not the best place to go if you want to get a good feel on local/neighborhood pub culture

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  • 18

    Croke Park Stadium

    10 reviews

    Croke Park Stadium home to the two greatest Irish sports Hurling + Gaelic Football. This stadium with an 82,300 capacity has been in use since 1884. Croker as it is affectionately called by the locals, also stages conferences and concerts. A museum detailing the history of the G.A.A - the Gaelic Athletic Assosiation, is also located on the grounds.

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  • 19

    Dublin Bus Tours

    12 reviews

    Dublin's own HOHO bus is a great choice to see the city in an elevated double decker. The bus route covers most of the tourists attractions in town as it offers two routes that stretches across the city.

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  • 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.

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