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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    105 reviews

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

    Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
  • 2

    Temple Bar

    72 reviews

    This is the worlds most popular bar and landmark within the Temple Bar District. Ironically, the district is named after this famed bar. This is a lively place with great beer selection and live Irish music. It gets crowded so expect to stand.

    Popular withLocalNightlifeFoodies
  • 3

    St. Stephen's Green

    47 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.

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  • 4

    Trinity College Dublin

    45 reviews

    Trinity College takes up a large portion of the city. I went through on my way to the south of the city. I couldn't believe how much of the city the college takes up. It's also where the Book of Kells is located.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 5

    Grafton Street

    46 reviews

    a walk down Grafton is rewarded by countless shops and restaurants lined on either side that are trying to gain your attention...come in come in...I am not sure if it were the Guinness or the Jameson Irish Coffee that caused me to think...buy...buy...buy.

    Popular withLocalLuxuryTrendsters
  • 6

    Trinity College Library

    35 reviews

    The inside of this library is gorgeous. More a museum / historical sight than a place to read a book. Absolutely stunning.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 7

    River Liffey

    38 reviews

    Flows past our house and boasts a beautiful walk (300 yards from our front door) past rowers on the river, and on to the War Memorial Gardens and Rose Gardens.

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersBudget
  • 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.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 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.

    Popular withHistoryBudgetLocal
  • 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, ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 11

    Old Jameson Distillery

    24 reviews

    The tours run daily and tell you about the history of John Jameson. You learn about whiskey making process. There is a bar, restaurant and gift shop. It is a great attraction to visit.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
  • 12

    Christ Church Cathedral

    25 reviews

    Christ Church Cathedral is nearly 1000 years old! It's older than the Notre Dame by about 125 years! Incredible! Must see! They do charge for admission though which I find a bit insance for any church.

    Popular withHistorySpiritualLocal
  • 13

    Phoenix Park

    21 reviews

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  • 14

    Dublin Zoo

    22 reviews

    Reserve pelo menos 5 horas para aproveitar e não deixe de visitar o Phoenix Park que fica logo ao lado.

    Popular withFamiliesHistoryAdventure
  • 15

    The Spire of Dublin

    28 reviews

    We didn't know what it was at first, but it made a great landmark. As long as we could see the spire, we knew where we were.

    Popular withLocalBudgetDesign
  • 16

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    18 reviews

    Lovely church not unlike others you see in other parts of Europe. A nice place for a quick stop as part of a long walking tour.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 17

    The Brazen Head

    13 reviews

    Oldest pub in Ireland established in 1198. Had to stop in to enjoy lunch and a Guiness. The roast beef was amazing.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
  • 18

    Croke Park Stadium

    10 reviews

    fantastic stadium

    Popular withHistoryLocalBudget
  • 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.

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
  • 20

    Aviva Stadium

    10 reviews

    The Aviva stadium where you can catch a game of Rugby Soccer or even a concert. This iconic stadium is located at Lansdowne road Dublin 4.

    Popular withFamiliesLocal
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