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Dublin

Dublin offers the perfect setting for a weekend break, family holiday or romantic getaway. Dublin offers many attractions of historical interest, buildings with a Georgian architectural elegance, a robust pub culture, museums, fine dining and shopping.

The bustling cosmopolitan capital is a thriving city, but also opens a gateway to some stunning rich countryside.  Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed urban park in Europe, containing herds of fallow deer, well-managed natural forest and Dublin Zoo. The coastline is easily accessible and boasts walks, hikes and cycle routes to explore.

The ‘City of a Thousand Welcomes’ looks forward to host you at Guinness Storehouse, Temple Bar, Jameson Distillery and St. Patricks Cathedral, among many more attractions to discover.

A small capital with a huge reputation, Dublin has a mix of heritage and progressive culture that will not disappoint.

Things to See & Do

Guinness Storehouse

No trip to Ireland would be complete without visiting the Guinness Storehouse. Guinness has been brewed at St. James’s Gate Brewery for over 250 years. Take an amazing journey through the past, present and future of the home of the black stuff.

Jameson Distillery

A 15-minute walk from the Guinness Storehouse, visit the original site where Jameson Irish Whiskey was distilled. The visitor centre offers guided tours, educational whiskey tastings, JJs bar and a gift shop.

Hop-On, Hop-Off

Choose from a selection of open-top sightseeing bus tours throughout the city. Purchase a day pass and be whisked away to Dublin’s most popular attractions with local guide commentary pointing out famous landmarks and points of interest along the way.

EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum

Discover the stories of the 10 million Irish men and women who left Irish shores to make new lives for themselves at the Irish Emigration Museum. Located in the Docklands, the museum is a 10-minute walk from the city centre – an interactive and informative experience for all. The Irish Family History Centre is located in the EPIC gift shop, call in after the museum tour to trace family ancestry.

Phoenix Park

A day can easily be spent in the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe. Choose from a range of activities – rent a bike to explore forts, monuments, the Papal cross, walled gardens or the residence of the Irish President.

The Book of Kells in Trinity College

Ireland’s greatest cultural treasure, created around the year 800AD and reated by monks in Kells, Co. Meath. Marvel at the Long Room, one of the world’s most beautiful libraries and the cobbled grounds of Trinity College, Dublin. Artist J.B. Yeats, author Bram Stoker, poet Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels, have all walked Trinity’s hallowed halls.

Shop 'til you drop

Dublin Shopping

Dundrum Town Centre


Ireland’s largest shopping centre with over 169 shops, eateries and coffee shops. A day can easily be spent in the centre with a cinema and mini-golf park nearby. The Centre offers a selection of both high-end and high street brands.

Grafton Street

The epicenter of Dublin shopping offering everything from luxury boutique shops to high street brands. St. Stephen’s Green shopping centre is located on the top of the street, directly opposite St. Stephens Green park. Stop for a coffee, listen to local buskers and meander to the famous statue of Molly Malone

Henry Street


Offering high street brands, shopping centers and eateries. Located off Dublin’s main street, O’Connell Street, the GPO (General Post Office) is at the start of the street, with a view of The Spire visible from the length of the shopping street.


George’s Street Arcade


One of Europe’s oldest city markets located in the heart of Dublin. Explore boutique shops and stalls ranging from vintage, clothing, jewellery, music, quirky collectibles, souvenirs and food markets, all at affordable prices

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