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Dublin is a charismatic city with its own style and pace. You would love to explore its medieval castles and cathedrals, cultural heritage and last but not the least the famous Irish Whiskey and Beer at its heart. Our digital trip planner suggests you a wide variety of attractions you can adjust to your taste and preferences!

The Irish capital has a rich history dating back to 9th century. The former capital of Viking still bear traces of their settlement the greatest example of which is the Dublin Castle!


An unforgettable experience that any traveller can find hardly anywhere else is the Kilmainham Gaol. It is a former prison in Dublin. Many Irish revolutionaries have been imprisoned here. The monument is a symbol of Irish nationalism.


When in Dublin definitely try the Irish beer at its heart, Guinness Storehouse. It is an essential tourist attraction of Dublin that explains the history of beer through interactive exhibitions with a glass of Guinness. Another must try is of course the Irish Whiskey! The birthplace of it is Jameson Distillery Bow St. The distillery now offers guided tours to visitors, including whiskey tastings and thematic souvenirs at the gift shop.


It's best to plan your trip to Dublin in summer. The temperature then is relatively warm (although warm for Ireland). It is also the time of the year when festivals fill the streets. However, if you wish to visit at a cheaper and less crowded season come in the winter.

 

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Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse explains the history of beer through interactive exhibitions. The Storehouse has an archive that contains historic photographs, movies, maps, bottles and other memorabilia representing the history of the Guinness company. It is an essential tourist attraction of Dublin. The Storehouse is at St. James's Gate Brewery.

Kilmainham Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison in Dublin. Many Irish revolutionaries have been imprisoned here. The monument is a symbol of Irish nationalism. Now it serves as museum of history of Irish nationalism. An art gallery on the top floor represents paintings, sculptures and jewelry of former Irish prisoners.

The Book of Kells and the Old Library Exhibition

The Book of Kells and Old Library Exhibition is a unique experience for all visitors of Dublin. The Old Library dates back to 18th century when it served as the Trinity College Dublin library. The library holds holding the largest collection of manuscripts and printed books in Ireland. The highlight of the library is the famous Book of Kells.

Temple Bar

Temple Bar is the cultural district of Dublin City, full of many pubs, restaurants and galleries lined along the cobbled streets. Street artists, open air markets and exhibitions are typical of Temple Bar. It is the perfect destination for people who admire culture and love to party.

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Ballsbridge Hotel

Ballsbridge Hotel is located in Dublin’s D4 district, next to the DART Railway which connects guests to the city centre in minutes. Aviva Stadium and the RDS are also within a 5-minute walking distance and the Aircoach stop is just outside the property. The rooms at Ballsbridge Hotel feature all the...

The Ripley Court Hotel

Less than 5 minutes' walk from O'Connell Street, The Ripley Court Hotel is close to Temple Bar and Trinity College. This central Dublin hotel offers spacious, tastefully furnished rooms with flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and power showers. Traditional, full Irish breakfasts, continental breakfasts are...

Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street

Located on Dublin’s Parnell Street, this Jurys Inn is just around the corner from O’Connell Street. Jurys offers en suite bedrooms, a restaurant and an Il Barista Coffee Bar. Jurys Inn Parnell Street offers contemporary rooms with Dream beds, TVs with Freeview, spa toiletries and private...

Clayton Hotel Burlington Road

Situated just 20 minutes’ walk from Dublin’s town centre, the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road offers a 24-hour fitness centre with views over the city, a chic bar, and an elegant restaurant. The Aviva Stadium is just 20 minutes’ walk away and Bord Gais Theatre is a 16 minute walk away. The stylish...

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Croke Park Tour and GAA Museum Visit

Croke Park is Ireland's largest and most iconic sporting arena and headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). Located in Dublin's North city centre it offers a tour and museum visit that is designed to showcase the history, culture and traditions surrounding Gaelic games.

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