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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    104 reviews

    An amazing look at history and you get to finish it off at the Gravity bar at the top of the factory with a 360 degree view of Dublin and a free pint! Good stuff!

    Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
  • 2

    Cliffs of Moher

    60 reviews

    Amazing views on a clear day. Take a walk along the path for great views and picture opportunities. Can be very crowded when there are multiple tour groups.

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureBudget
  • 3

    Temple Bar

    72 reviews

    It's THE Temple Bar in The Temple Bar so of course it is packed! We were tere on Labor Day weekend and you could not get inside. I'm not sure how it is on a normal weekend but I would recommend checking it ot on a weekday, the bars here are always busy!

    Popular withLocalNightlifeFoodies
  • 4

    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.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetGreen
  • 5

    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.

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  • 6

    Grafton Street

    46 reviews

    Grafton St. is known for the nice shops along this street with plenty of designer shops, gift shops and boutique stores.

    Popular withLocalLuxuryTrendsters
  • 7

    Trinity College Library

    35 reviews

    Nice place to see, but not for too long. Plenty more things to do in town but be sure to pop in on your way.

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  • 8

    River Liffey

    38 reviews

    Hard not to love a river. The Liffey is a nice focal point for a stroll through the city. The bridges make for good photography.

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersBudget
  • 9

    Ring of Kerry

    25 reviews

    Beautiful Day trip out of Killarney. Spectacular scenery of rolling green hills, cliffs, and Ireland's Southwestern Coast.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalWellness
  • 10

    The Book of Kells

    26 reviews

    Reviewed this elsewhere but one of the most important manuscripts of its kind. Dates from the 9th century.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 11

    Dublin Castle

    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
  • 12

    Kilmainham Gaol

    23 reviews

    This place is an important part of the Irish revolution. This housed several important revolutionaries during its life. It is now decommissioned and is operated as a tourist sitre and for shooting movies. The guided tour is pretty instructive and takes one through all the parts of the Jail.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 13

    Old Jameson Distillery

    24 reviews

    We enjoyed our trip to the Old Jameson Distillery. It was an informative tour and we also enjoyed our whiskey tasting. If you can only go to one "beverage" tour I think I would pick the St. James Gate (Guinness) tour over there Jameson tour.... perhaps that's because I'm more of a Guinness man.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
  • 14

    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
  • 15

    Phoenix Park

    21 reviews

    The largest enclosed city park in Europe, the Phoenix Park boasts numerous open spaces with established, broadleaf trees, a large flock of fallow deer, Dublin Zoo, Áras an Úachtarán (The Irish President's residence), The US Ambassador's Residence, Farmleigh House and numerous walks and playgrounds.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetFamilies
  • 16

    Dublin Zoo

    22 reviews

    grate day out

    Popular withFamiliesHistoryAdventure
  • 17

    The Spire of Dublin

    28 reviews

    You love it or hate it but its a great landmark to prevent you getting lost. Its on the site of the once-famous Nelsons Pillar which was blown-up. The Pillar should be rebuilt and be renamed Saint Valentines Pillar - the remains of St Valentine are interred in Dublin. The Spire is not for me- sorry.

    Popular withLocalBudgetDesign
  • 18

    Killarney National Park

    16 reviews

    Nice through the woods

    Popular withOutdoorDesignFamilies
  • 19

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    18 reviews

    The church was beautiful from the outside, but from the inside it was less impressive and small. However, it was still interesting and fun to go to service in Dublin’s most famous cathedral.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 20

    Blarney Castle

    18 reviews

    The notorious Blarney Stone, bestowing the Gift of Gab upon any who dare to kiss it, is located at the Blarney Castle, close to Cork. The castle itself is a cute little ruin, surrounded by a vast verdant sweep of gardens. But what makes this place special, something not well advertised, is the Poison Garden. Just as the name implies, ...

    Popular withHistoryGreenAdventure
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