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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    4.5
    104 reviews

    I enjoyed visiting Guinness but felt a bit like I was paying to walk through an advertisement. The external facade and the views from the rooftop bar were the highlights. A bit of a shame they chose to go very commercial instead of emphasizing heritage and showcasing the authenticity of the historical structures.

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  • 2

    Cliffs of Moher

    4.5
    60 reviews

    Take the coastal walk from Doolin village to the Cliffs of Moher.Stunning two hour walk along the coast, return walk takes one and a half hours. Visit the Cliffs of Moher at half way point. Visit the visitor centre , eat in the restaurant and complete the return part of the walk.

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  • 3

    Temple Bar

    4
    72 reviews

    This is easily the most famous tourist bar in Dublin which makes it fun to see but difficult to get drinks.

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  • 4

    St. Stephen's Green

    4.5
    47 reviews

    I walked there during a beautiful march afternoon. It was sunny and not cold, and I really enjoyed the park. You see the real Dubliners life.

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  • 5

    Trinity College Dublin

    4
    45 reviews

    Gorgeous campus in a nice central location. A must-see in Dublin. More for the atmosphere and architecture / historical buildings than for any specific tourist sight. The library is particularly special.

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  • 6

    Grafton Street

    4
    46 reviews

    It's basically another historic shopping district, but a v scenic one which connects the area around TCD to St Stephen's Green. Famous for the buskers, but last time I was there I was dismayed to yet another example of how Europe has become standardized these last ten years. Same boutiques everywhere.

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  • 7

    Trinity College Library

    4.5
    35 reviews

    it's very important and beautiful in the center of Dublin Is a gallery and university I like it very much also for the gardens and many other tinks.etc etc

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  • 8

    River Liffey

    4
    38 reviews

    Dividing north and south Dublin, the River Liffey is a short walk from just about anywhere and offers some great photo spots.

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  • 9

    Ring of Kerry

    5
    25 reviews

    One of the most scenic bits of Ireland, but can be very crowded in the summer!

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  • 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

    Dublin Castle

    4
    28 reviews

    There isn't a lot here and it is right next to a vacant parking lot. Feels a little odd to say I didn't like it. It is okay. A reasonable stop to make on an extended walking tour of the city.

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  • 12

    Kilmainham Gaol

    4.5
    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 ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 13

    Old Jameson Distillery

    4.5
    24 reviews

    I learned that I liked whisky with cranberry juice and I also had a great irish coffee at the bar! Do this over the Guinness tour.

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  • 14

    Christ Church Cathedral

    4
    25 reviews

    The most imposing church in Dublin. Much restored cathedral dating from Viking times and now the seat of the Anglican church in Ireland.

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  • 15

    Phoenix Park

    4.5
    21 reviews

    I ran through Phoenix Park during the Dublin Marathon. I don't remember much of it because I was surrounded by people and a rather boisterous group of Italian runners, but I remember it being big.

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  • 16

    Dublin Zoo

    4
    22 reviews

    An absolutely lovely day out no matter what the age. Pleasure and enjoyment for all.

    Popular withFamiliesHistoryAdventure
  • 17

    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.

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  • 18

    Killarney National Park

    4.5
    16 reviews

    I ended a cycling trip around the Ring of Kerry by going through Killarney National Park. It was a nice day so I had a great time for the last 10 miles.

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  • 19

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    4
    18 reviews

    One of two Church of Ireland cathedrals in Dublin, I find this less impressive than Christchurch.

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  • 20

    Blarney Castle

    4
    18 reviews

    You have ventured all the way to Ireland, you might as well get the full experience and kiss the Blarney Stone! Can be very crowded and it is a hike to get up the stairs. Kissing the stone involves some awkward maneuvering (laying on your back and tilting your head back), but overall worth doing.

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