1. Dublin Castle
Situated in the heart of Dublin, this was once the seat of the British government in Ireland. Now it is a major Irish government complex, conference destination, film location and music venue.
2. The Guinness Storehouse
This building is actually shaped like a giant pint of Guinness! It also offers panoramic city views, daily tours, lots of amazing info about Dublin's famous tipple and of course all the beautiful black liquid your heart desires.
3. Christchurch Cathedral
The oldest of the two medieval cathedrals in Dublin, Christchurch Cathedral is the spiritual heart of the city. Explore the crypt, marvel at the architecture or experience evensong.
4. National Museum of Ireland
Interested in the rich history of Ireland? The National Museum can shed some light on that with more than 4 million items on display! From pre-history to the Vikings to the rising. Irish history comes alive.
5. Phoenix Park
Phoenix Park spans three miles and is the largest public green space in Europe. It is the perfect getaway if you need some fresh air.
You don't need to spend the day sitting on a bus to see the authentic, rural Ireland! Howth is an ancient fishing village just outside of Dublin, surrounded by nature and steeped in legends. on our tour around this scenic city.
7. Temple Bar
Bursting with restaurants, pubs, shops, galleries and attractions – this is where the "craic" is found! Temple Bar is the go-to area for any visitor to Dublin. Countless selfie opportunities can be found here, with many quintessential Irish pubs providing the background.