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  • 1

    The Palace Bar

    4
    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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  • 2

    Dame Lane

    4
    4 reviews

    This is a really cool street lined with great pubs on both sides. Tends to be packed most nights. Great place to get a taste of Irish drinking culture - you can hop from one pub to the next, many with live music.

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  • 3

    Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & Famine Museum

    5
    2 reviews

    I enjoyed visiting this ship. Excellent guide full of passion and extremely informative. The tour lasted just over an hour, which is long enough.

    Popular withBudgetBusinessFamilies
  • 4

    The Guinness Storehouse

    4.5
    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.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
  • 5

    Temple Bar

    4
    72 reviews

    The area is ful of pubs, bars and nightlie. A great place to eat drink and be merry! A hotel right in this section will be very cosmopolitan. We stayed 6 blocks away for a quieter sleep. For a castle in the north? I will be waiting on YOUR reviews!

    Popular withLocalNightlifeFoodies
  • 6

    Christ Church Cathedral

    4
    25 reviews

    Christ Church Cathedral is the cathedral of the United Dioceses of Dublin. It was founded in 1030. Beautifully architectural designed.

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  • 7

    Grafton Street

    4
    46 reviews

    Grafton Street is one of the main pedestrian shopping streets in Dublin, putting you out at St. Stephen's Green (and a big indoor mall) at one side. Even if you aren't shopping, you're likely to enjoy the buskers and other street performers.

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  • 8

    Trinity College Dublin

    4
    45 reviews

    Trinity College is a quiet, safe haven in the middle of noisy, busy Dublin. Once you walk through the arch entrance, it's as if all the sound of the city immediately disappears. It's a bit spooky. Don't miss the Book of the Kells, one of the oldest books known.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 9

    River Liffey

    4
    38 reviews

    The Liffey River divides Dublin between the north and south with several bridges along the path.

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersBudget
  • 10

    The Book of Kells

    4.5
    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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  • 11

    St. Stephen's Green

    4.5
    47 reviews

    St. Stephen's Green is one of the nice parks in Dublin. There's a statue of Oscar Wilde here, and it looks nothing like Stephen Fry. The park is close to Grafton Street and Stephen's Green Shopping Center. I did a warm up run through here the day before the Dublin Marathon.

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  • 12

    The Ha'Penny Bridge

    4
    12 reviews

    One of many pedestrian bridges that crosses the Liffey River and connects the North and South. Established in 1816.

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  • 13

    Dublin Castle

    4
    28 reviews

    Walked around it during a tour. It's very cool. I didn't know there were castles in Dublin. The green space around it is gorgeous.

    Popular withHistoryBudgetLocal
  • 14

    Old Jameson Distillery

    4.5
    24 reviews

    As a fan of the whiskey, and especially the refreshing Jameson's, a visit here was like paying homage to my mecca. The tour is informative and interesting. There is a bar right here onsite (no kidding) and we had the most delicious and possibly most authentically made Irish coffee here. Cheers!

    Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
  • 15

    The Brazen Head

    4.5
    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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  • 16

    Aras an Uachtaráin

    5
    4 reviews

    It is fascinating watching debates on issues that affect the entire country!

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  • 17

    Trinity College Library

    4.5
    35 reviews

    Coláiste na Tríonóide, Baile Átha Cliath, formally known as the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth was founded in 1592 by letters patent from Queen Elizabeth I as the "mother of a university" and Ireland's oldest. Originally established outside the city walls of Dublin in the buildings of the dissolved Augustinian monastery of All Hallows, Trinity ...

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 18

    Phoenix Park

    4.5
    21 reviews

    Massive park with a couple castles, the papal cross, the Deerfield residence, the Wellington memorial and some native deer. It's on the bus tour route, but you can easily spend a day exploring. I went in December which was just too cold.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetFamilies
  • 19

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    4
    18 reviews

    Is considered the National Cathedral and is Ireland's largest church. Very lovely church with centuries of history. If you are lucky to listen in on an organ concert it is pretty cool. Also, if you are a fan of Gulliver's Travels you can check out Johnathan Swift (the author and former dean of the cathedral) is buried on the grounds.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 20

    The Spire of Dublin

    3.5
    28 reviews

    The Spire of Dublin, alternatively titled the Monument of Light is a large, stainless steel, pin-like monument 398 ft in height, located on the site of the former Nelson's Pillar on O'Connell Street in Dublin, Ireland. It looks like it is pinching the sky/clouds at times. Pretty cool. Established in 2003.

    Popular withLocalBudgetDesign
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