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1 Temple Bar
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Rank: 1 About 44

Temple Bar is a central street in Dublin which is famous for its pubs, restaurants, shops and culture. Someone is used to call it the Temple of the Dublin Nightlife. Club M has a unique advantage...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 47-48 Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


2 Trinity College
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Rank: 2 About 44

The Trinity College Library is the largest library in Ireland.The Trinity College Library houses manuscripts and books that date back to the sixteenth century. The library was established in the year...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Trinity College
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


3 Guinness Storehouse
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Rank: 3 About 44

The Guinness Storehouse named after Arthur Guinness is situated in the heart of the St. James Gate Brewery in Dublin. Since its opening conception in 2000, this museum has attracted over 4 million visitors from every...

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Address: St James's Gate, Dublin 8
Type: Nightlife


4 Dublin Castle
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Rank: 4 About 44

Dublin Castle is at present a major Irish Government complex. The Castle was first founded in 1204 as a major defensive work on the orders of King John of England. It was the fortified seat of British rule in...

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Address: Dame St, Dublin 2
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


5 Grafton Street
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Rank: 5 About 44

Address: Grafton Street
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


6 Phoenix Park
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Rank: 6 About 44

Address: Dublin 8
Type: Parks and gardens


7 Kilmainham Gaol Historical Museum
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Rank: 7 About 44

Address: Inchicore Rd, Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Type: Museums


8 Christ Church Cathedral
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Rank: 8 About 44

Christ Church Cathedral is another well known cathedral that contains the tomb of Strongbow, whose arrival in Ireland marked the beginning of English involvement in Ireland

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Winetavern st., Dublin 8
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


9 Custom House
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Rank: 9 About 44

Address: Custom House Quay
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


10 Liffey
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Rank: 10 About 44

Address: River Liffey
Type: Nature and sport


11 Beer and Breweries
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Rank: 11 About 44

Pub crawling is a must when you come to Dublin! Temple bar is the place to be to hop in and out pubs, meeting lots of people and having plenty of drinkage! When anyone mentions Irish beers...

Reviewed by: Alan
Type: Nightlife


12 O’Connell Street
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Rank: 12 About 44

O’Connell Street is the main thoroughfare in Dublin City and is known to be one of the widest streets in Europe. The street was also known by the name, ‘Sackville Street’ until 1924. Dublin Corporation...

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Address: O'Connell Street, Dublin
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


Golf Tours
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Rank: 13 About 44

Ireland is famous worldwide for its amazing natural landscapes.

Reviewed by: Emerald Elite
Type: Tours


Running Tour
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Rank: 14 About 44

Running is a passion, and running across Ireland while in holyday can be an unforgettable experience for all running lovers

Reviewed by: Irish Running Tours
Type: Tours


Taste of Ireland
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Rank: 15 About 44

DB Chauffeur Service Ireland is proud to make your stay in Ireland a memorable one. How? By enjoying an amazing Taste of Ireland Tour...This 7-days tours will drive you throughout the whole country, and you'll be...

Reviewed by: Emerald Elite
Address:
Type: Tours


Walking in Wicklow
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Rank: 16 About 44

These 3 - 5 day walks through Co. Wicklow are just 1 hrs drive  from Dublin City.  Wicklow is known as "the garden of Ireland" for its natural incredible scenery.Wicklow is also stepped in...

Reviewed by: Hilltoptreks.ie
Type: Tours


13 Best Places
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Rank: 17 About 44

Ireland has become increasingly famous in recent years as a vacation destination. Dublin is the best known city and the place where most of the tourists make their way for a trip. There are even suggested...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Dublin, Ireland
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


Ireland On the Road
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Rank: 18 About 44

Ireland's rich history and heritage is legendary, and the country is packed with ancient monuments and fascinating traditions. The best way to appreciate Ireland's heritage is by taking a road trip : yes,...

Reviewed by: Toureagle.com
Type: Tours


14 James Joyce Museum
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Rank: 19 About 44

James Joyce Museum is situated at Joyce Tower, Sandycove in Dublin County and is open from April to September from 10 to 1 and 2 to 5 from Monday to Saturday. On Sunday and other public holidays, the museum remains open from 2 to 6....

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 1 Sandycove Road, Sandycove Irlanda
Type: Museums


15 Festivals Road Trip in Ireland
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Rank: 20 About 44

Ireland hosts vibrant festivals throughout the year, celebrating traditional Irish culture, and the summer months are particularly full of folk music and dance 'fleadhs'. The best way to appreciate Ireland's rich...

Reviewed by: Toureagle.com
Address:
Type: Not to be missed


16 Green Dublin
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Rank: 21 About 44

A retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern day city life, Dublin’s Parks and Gardens provide unparalleled opportunities for enjoyment, exploration and exercise in...

Reviewed by: Kathleen
Type: Parks and gardens


17 The National Leprechaun Museum
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Rank: 22 About 44

You didn’t think your trip to Ireland would be complete without visiting this one, eh?  Mostly for the little ones, the National Leprechaun Museum in Dublin is dubbed a “magical, mythical...

Reviewed by: N
Address: 1 Jervis Street, Dublin 1 Co. Dublin City
Type: Museums


18 Shopping Avenues
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Rank: 23 About 44

The Irish city of Dublin consists of several shopping avenues. Grafton Street is considered as a shoppers' paradise in Dublin. Visitors can get all sorts of items, clothes and jewelry on this street. There are many shops here,...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Dublin, Ireland
Type: Stores and shopping malls


A quick guide for a quick visit to Dublin
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Rank: 24 About 44

A quick guide for a quick visit to Dublin. Start with O'Connels Bridge, then stare to the Millenium Spire; go on and have a short history break at GPO, then smell the pulsating life of Moore Street and...

Reviewed by: AudioExplore.com
Type: Tours


19 Celtic day tour
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Rank: 25 About 44

Over the top tours provides exclusive day trips on the less travelled and crowded ways in Ireland. Our company is the leader bus and small coach touring operator. We specialise in scenic and guided day tours off the beaten...

Reviewed by: Over the top tours
Address:
Type: Tours

Attractions close to Dublin


Best Beaches - 8.1 mi
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Apparently Ireland is home to more beaches than we can count.  It should be no surprise that celebrities such as U2’s Bono, Enya and Irish film director Neil Jordan call Dalkey home, with nearby Killiney Beach being...

Reviewed by: N Distance: 13
City: Dalkey

Type: Beaches + Share


Budget Night - 8.1 mi
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If you are short on cash, Dalkey can still offer a pretty cheap night out without being too hard on the wallet.  If you are looking for a great budget night, start it off at Club 92.  For a...

Reviewed by: N Distance: 13
City: Dalkey

Type: Nightlife + Share


Glamour Night - 8.1 mi
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If you are looking to have a great, upscale time in Dalkey, grab your Ferregamo bag at start your night out in The Club.  A friendly local, it caters mostly to the city’s inner social circle, but...

Reviewed by: N Distance: 13
City: Dalkey

Type: Nightlife + Share

Neighbouring places: Dublin


Dalkey - 8.1 mi

Dalkey is a town in the county of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, about eight miles south-east of Dublin, the capital of Ireland. It has a mild climate, with high rainfall and occasional extremities making it an ideal summer resort....

Distance: 13
City: Dalkey

Howth - 8.8 mi

Howth is an old town situated in Fingal County near Dublin, in Ireland, having traditional harbor and many interesting ruins situated high in the hills. The National Transport Museum with its 100 items displaying...

Distance: 14.1
City: Howth

Malahide - 8.8 mi

Malahide is a coastal suburban town situated near Dublin, within the County Dublin, in Ireland. The name, Malahide, means ‘Sand-hills of the Hydes’ and it is worth visiting for its wealth of interesting sights. Once...

Distance: 14.2
City: Malahide

Newcastle - 10 mi

Newcastle is located on the south-eastern coat of Northern Ireland. This town of approximately 7,400 inhabitants is a popular seaside resort in Northern Ireland. Its coast is along a bay, and...

Distance: 16.1
City: Newcastle

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