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Whether you’ve come for ‘the Craic’ or to see the sights, the choice of things to do in Dublin will amaze and delight you. Legendary pubs, renowned attractions, great shopping and first-rate dining are all waiting to be enjoyed in Dublin.
The exuberant Dublin nightlife and warm Irish hospitality makes the vibrant capital perfect for lively city breaks. Sample the famous ‘black gold’ and discover its heritage at the Guinness Storehouse. See the ancient Book of Kells and take a journey through history at the National Museum of Ireland. Or shop until you drop, then dine on exquisite Michelin-starred cuisine.
Make your way to O’Connell Street for the best shopping in Dublin. Or visit the landmark George’s Street Arcade and browse an eclectic array of shops and stalls mingled with chic cafés and restaurants. Pick up unique handmade gifts or browse for bohemian fashions at the Cow’s Lane Designer Mart.
Discover the history of the ‘Black Stuff’ and sup a complimentary pint at Dublin’s number one attraction, the Guinness Storehouse. Admire the remarkable Book of Kells then journey into Dublin’s past at the National Museum of Ireland or Dublinia. Then take a relaxing stroll through stunning St Stephen’s Green.
Get the authentic Irish bar experience while tucking into fresh, locally-sourced fare at traditional pubs all over Dublin. Feast on fine Italian cuisine with a glass of excellent wine at Dunne & Crescenzi. Or treat yourself to a gourmet meal at the 5 star Merrion hotel’s award-winning Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud.
The Irish passion for fun or ‘the Craic’ makes Dublin perfect for wild weekends. Head to buzzing Temple Bar for a host of bars, pubs and clubs. Or spend an unforgettable evening at Ireland’s oldest pub, The Brazen Head, being entertained by musicians and storytellers as you dine by candlelight.
Book your Skip the Line – Guinness Storehouse Entrance Ticket now for fast, hassle-free entry into Ireland’s number one attraction. No trip to Dublin is complete without a visit to the home of the famous black gold. The Storehouse, a former fermentation plant, is now a visitor centre dedicated to the history of Guinness. Explore seven floors innovatively shaped around a giant pint glass, before enjoying a complimentary pint of Guinness with 360 degree city views at the Gravity Bar.
Visit Belfast’s Titanic Visitor Experience and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway on a full-day trip from Dublin. At the official Titanic exhibition, discover the tragic yet fascinating story on a guided tour through interactive discovery zones and galleries. Then travel along the spectacular Antrim Coastal Drive to the Giant’s Causeway – an amazing series of 60 million year-old rock formations. After a further stop to explore 17th-century Dunluce Castle and the attractive town of Castlebellingham, you will return to Dublin.
See the highlights of Dublin while enjoying great views from the top of a double-decker bus. Hop on and off as many times as you like at the 20 stops on this 90-minute route. Your ticket is valid for 24 hours from first use, allowing you to take your time. The tour takes in many of Dublin’s leading attractions including Dublinia, Old Jameson Distillery, Dublin Castle, Phoenix Park (where you will find Dublin Zoo), and of course the Guinness Storehouse.
Visit three top Ireland attractions in one day on the Blarney Castle and Cork Day Trip from Dublin. Your tour takes in glorious scenery and several areas of interest en route to Blarney Castle, where you will have the chance to kiss the legendary Blarney Stone. In Cork City, you will have two hours to explore before continuing to the dramatic Rock of Cashel cathedral. See the highlights of this historic monument before returning to Dublin in the early evening.
Discover why Ireland is famous for its pub culture on this entertaining musical pub crawl. Led by two professional musicians, you’ll visit famous pubs in historic Temple Bar and hear the fascinating story of Irish music. As you explore the cobbled streets of thriving Temple Bar, you will stop at renowned bars including at least two of the following: Oliver St. John Gogarty’s, The Ha’penny Bridge Inn, Isoldes Tower, The Chancery, The Legal Eagle and The Palace Bar.