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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    104 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

    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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  • 3

    Kilmainham Gaol

    23 reviews

    My favorite of the tourist sights. A must-see explanation of Irish history and the struggle for independence coupled with a tour of Ireland's most famous jail. A guided tour is required so plan in advance to avoid being disappointed. During busy times, the tours sell out well in advance so you could end up waiting for a bit. There is ...

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  • 4

    River Liffey

    38 reviews

    Helped me get around. I used it to help me move from place to place a landmark so I wouldn't get lost. Also very nice to look at while sightseeing.

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  • 5

    Trinity College Dublin

    45 reviews

    I can't actually pin point exactly what it is about Trinity College but you really should visit it, especially as it's location is so central. The building itself is just beautiful and it is nice to just walk around the grounds. They do tours too but we just wandered off on our own when we went last time.

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  • 6

    Dublin Zoo

    22 reviews

    Not the best zoo I have ever been but its nice spot in Dublin to go and hang out for a bit on the nice day.

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  • 7

    O'connell street

    5 reviews

    Lovely wide boulevard running down to central Dublin. Good shopping off the side streets, or so the wife thought. :) The hotel staff advised me to watch my wallet, but as someone used to NYC it seemed very safe to me.

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  • 8

    Dublin Bus Tours

    12 reviews

    The circular hop on/ hop off bus tour is a very good introduction to Dublin.

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  • 9

    James Joyce Tower and Museum

    5 reviews

    Really nice stop in the small town of Dun Laoghaire, Ireland. Historical, literary, nice people and amazing views from the top. Great for kids and adults.

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  • 10

    Irlanda En Español

    2 reviews

    This tour company cater primarily for Spanish speaking tourists. They organise trips in Dublin & further afield from Glendalough to the Cliffs of Moher.

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  • 11

    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.

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  • 12

    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.

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  • 13

    St. Stephen's Green

    47 reviews

    Seriously, this is the most beautiful place I visited during my short time in Dublin. Everything has its place and the park is well thought out. The colors in this park are mesmerizing. Sometimes, there is a man who comes and talks to the ducks.

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  • 14

    Old Jameson Distillery

    24 reviews

    Not the most amazing tour ever, but I'm a fan of the history and science of distillation, so I rather enjoyed it. The blind tasting at the end is fun as well.

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  • 15

    Temple Bar District

    7 reviews

    Popular tourist attraction in Dublin north of the Liffey river. Old buildings with cobblestone roads make this attractive. Plenty of restaurants, entertainment, and bars here.

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  • 16

    The Quays

    5 reviews

    Excellent fish and chips! Oh, and the green stuff which I thought was guacamole was actually mushed peas.

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  • 17

    The Palace Bar

    2 reviews

    Awesome low key pub near the temple bar. Great whiskey and beer/ale with terrific atmosphere and few tourists.

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  • 18

    Dublin Castle

    28 reviews

    Fantastic place for a tour - learned so much and neat to see the old castle walls

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  • 19

    Grogan's Castle Lounge

    2 reviews

    My favorite pub from our trip to Dublin. A bit more Bohemian than the typical Temple Bar pub. Fewer tourists, art from local painters, and a very friendly atmosphere.

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  • 20

    Oliver St John Gogarty Bar

    8 reviews

    Definitely a fun spot to go to! It's right in the middle of the good stuff and there was live music when we were there too. Lost of cute drunken Irishmen too :)

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