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    The George

    89 South Great George's Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Dublin's premier gay bar and dance club-- at least, that's what I was told. From the outside, a stately old building-- definitely not out of place in historic downtown Dublin. I walked past it a couple times, actually, because the building just doesn't look like a club. Step inside, however, and the blinding light of fabulousness overwhelms. When the technicolor ...

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    Stephen's Green Shopping Centre

    1-5 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
    4
    6 reviews

    It's really beautiful inside. I liked the architecture. Great variety of shops. You pay to use the toilet. The wifi is very poor.

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  • 3

    The Ha'Penny Bridge

    15 Bachelors wlk Dublin 1 (D1) (North City Centre), North Dublin City Centre, Dublin 1, Ireland
    4
    12 reviews

    Really pretty walking bridge right in the center of the city. It's an arched, white bridge, great for a beautiful walk across the river.

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  • 4

    St. Stephen's Green

    St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland
    4.5
    47 reviews

    Must be the most beautiful park in all of Dublin! Really nice place to enjoy natural surrounds inside the city. The park is beautifully designed!

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  • 5

    Christ Church Cathedral

    Christchurch Place, Dublin 8, Ireland
    4
    25 reviews

    Maybe one of the most influential church from Europe. Who sees for the first time starts a wish to see others church in the world!

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  • 6

    Dublin Castle

    Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
    4
    28 reviews

    So, why isn't the castle garden just another part of the castle? The city of Dublin was founded around and named after this very spot, actually. Dubh Linn (meaning "black pool") was the name of the lake that once occupied the spot of the castle gardens, back before the city grew into the metropolis it is today. Today, the gardens ...

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  • 7

    Grafton Street

    Grafton Street, Dublin, Ireland
    4
    46 reviews

    Well Good selection of stores, nice entertainment in terms of artists and musicians and few food places.

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  • 8

    Trinity College Dublin

    College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
    4
    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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  • 9

    River Liffey

    Parkgate Street, Dublin, D Ireland
    4
    38 reviews

    There is a cruise tour along the river. It takes 45 minutes and you get know about the historic of the city.

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  • 10

    Samuel Beckett Bridge

    Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin, Ireland
    5
    3 reviews

    This dramatic shape gives the appearance of a harp. Take the opportunity to visit Jeanie Johnson ship. It's only 5 minutes from the bridge.

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  • 11

    Temple Bar District

    7A–10 Fowness Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland
    4.5
    7 reviews

    Lovely area of Dublin with cute cafes, shopping and pubs. Touristy but still worth exploring.

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  • 12

    Rathfarnham Castle

    Rathfarnham Road, Dublin 14, Ireland
    4.5
    2 reviews

    The castle is situated in the South of Dublin and it was built in 1583. Free admission. The Castle offers to the tourist an exhibition of 18th and 19th period costumes, dolls and toys from the Berkeley Collection.

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  • 13

    The Quays

    10 Temple Bar Square, Dublin, Ireland
    4
    5 reviews

    It's rather undeniable that there is no such thing as a local in the Temple Bar area of Dublin. In fact, most Dublin locals will probably tell you there's no such thing as a Dubln local. True or false, I met a "Dublin local" on a train to Dublin and she brought me here, to The Quay's Bar. Located at ...

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  • 14

    The Dame Tavern

    18 Dame Court, Dublin 2, Ireland
    4
    2 reviews

    The pub is a point for students on Fridays nights. The pint costs 5 euros. They don't serve food.

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  • 15

    The Guinness Storehouse

    St James Gate, Dublin 8, Co. Dublin, Ireland
    4.5
    103 reviews

    Truth be told, Guinness is not my favorite Irish beer. The Guinness storehouse, however, is absolutely spectacular. More of a museum than a brewery, the extremely organized and put-together tour of the storehouse will take you on a hoppy journey through Guinness's history, complete with live, growing hop gardens that you can smell and sample, active waterfall illustrating vividly just ...

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  • 16

    Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre

    Castle Street, Dublin, D 1 Ireland
    4.5
    4 reviews

    It's worth the visit. The castle is small and excellent stop just outside of Dublin. The building is kept in good condition.

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  • 17

    The Spire of Dublin

    O’Connell Street, Dublin, Ireland
    3.5
    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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  • 18

    Temple Bar

    13-17 Fleet Street, Dublin, Ireland
    4
    72 reviews

    Incredibly touristy but somehow it still retains a bit of authenticity. The architecture is great in this area and it has a lot of atmosphere. You also have to admire the fact that so many people are somehow able to party until so late. A must-see but try to get off the main strip or get lost in the back ...

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  • 19

    Trinity College Library

    Trinity College, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
    4.5
    35 reviews

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

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  • 20

    The Book of Kells

    Old Library, Trinity College, College Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
    4.5
    26 reviews

    The Irish are so proud of this that you are sure to cause offense if you've come all the way to Dublin and have not seen this. Frankly speaking, I think you have to be Irish and feel a personal connection to the history in order to really be impressed by this exhibit. The book itself is quite small and ...

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