Dublin city centre is easily reached by car, bus, Luas or DART.
Guinness Storehouse is the most popular attraction in Dublin and is always changing and expanding. The Storehouse takes you on a fascinating journey of our most famous brews long history. The guided tour are excellent or explore at your own pace. At the end of your visit enjoy a complimentary pint of Guinness in Gravity Bar with magnificent views over Dublin's rooftops.
At the Old Jameson Distillery discover the secrets of the perfect whiskey. The distillery also boasts wonderful view of Dublin city and offers the option of whiskey tasting.
Escape the bustle of Dublin city centre and step into the graceful quadrangles and playing fields of Trinity College. During summer months it is the perfect picnicspot.
Book of Kells visitors centre is a must for anyone interested in the history of the Celts. This unique book is unparallelled and no matter the time of year the beautiful details on each page will leave you in awe.
The 13th century castle stands on the same site as Celtic and Viking fortresses. Much added to over the subsequent years the present castle is an assortment of many different architectural styles.
We highly recommend visiting the treasures of the Chester Beatty Library in the grounds.
The National Gallery of Ireland carries an inspiring range of fine art from as early as the thirteenth century. Entry to the permanent collection is free entry, small charges usually apply to the see the changing array of travelling exhibitions.
No visit to Dublin would be complete without stopping by Temple Bar. Grab a drink or dinner in one of the traditional Irish pubs. Enjoy live music, buskers and explore the boutique shops.