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Planning a trip to Dublin

Dublin is the capital and the largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and is home to the Irish government. Here you will find out why a visit to this beautiful city is worthwhile.

Things to do in Dublin

Stadtbesichtigung Dublin Hop-on Hop-off Tour
Stadtbesichtigung Dublin Hop-on Hop-off Tour
Feel the overwhelming beauty, antiquity, and knowledge of Dublin throughout this appealing and fascinating sightseeing tour of hop-on-hop-off. With this incredible ride, explore the historic structures, iconic sites, old landmarks and stimulating nightlife present at your end and enjoy this experience to the most. It has got 28 stops altogether, comprising the St. Patrick's Cathedral and Old Jameson Distillery, etc., which is itself an excellent option assures you hadn't missed the best thing!
Strolling around Calm and Quite Trinity College
Strolling around Calm and Quite Trinity College
Sunday mornings are considered as the ideal time to visit this exceptional hub before the students are wide awake and when the bells toll for daybreak mass throughout the city. Trinity College is the sanctuary of beauty and peace. Its quad is a mix of authoritative and up-to-date buildings sprinkled with elegant gardens
Follow the 6 Nations Rugby League
Follow the 6 Nations Rugby League
The highlights of the thrilling Irish Sporting’s Calendar is majorly included in the Six Nations Rugby Tournament. Home games are being and enjoyed at CrokePark. The entire city gets lightened in the excitement and joy. If Ireland's not part of it, still the match days are one Giant party and tradition commands that you battle over the goals at a local pub.

Tourist Attractions in Dublin

National Museums
National Museums
Museums present in the Dublin that are run by the Government are Free for all and open for the public tours as well. The National Museum which is full of Natural History also called as the Dead Zoo by locals of Dublin because of the fact that a huge number of taxidermied creatures are living in the old building.
Library of Chester Beatty
Library of Chester Beatty
The Library of Chester Beatty having a great collection of antiquities and artifacts. The library holds the very original versions of the Bible and the Qur’an and knows the basics of the word written in them to explore more about the roots and cultures. It’s wise thought to take up the stairs to the rooftop garden place so that you can have a look at the City and witness the beauty in one glance.
Science Gallery
Science Gallery
Science Gallery is the combination of the craziness of Science with the classy factors of Gallery of an Art.It is set just into the Trinity College Gates.The more focus and area of attention is towards the Science needs, Surface Tension, Blood, and Risk. Manned by such hard working and smart Trinity College post-graduates, the basic aim is to drag and bound the visitors to question and signifies the discussions that how and why the theories and experimental things of Science merge to our lives every day.

Places to Visit in Dublin

Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle was built up on a site that was once settled by Vikings.It was built-up for King John of England around 1204 to 1230 to defend the King’s and city’s treasures.Now the site covers more than 44,000m², have 2 museums, a conference center,2 cafes,2 gardens and also the most significant State Apartments present in the country.
Guinness Storehouse
Guinness Storehouse
Today the Guinness Storehouse is a museum and shows the more than 250-year-old history of the beer Guinness. The history of Arthur Guinness, as well as the manufacturing process, distribution channels and all kinds of advertising are shown in seven floors. The Gravity Bar is located on the top floor of the building, where you can collect your Pint Guinness, which was included in your entry fee and enjoy it, while you have a great 360-degree view over Dublin.


The Guinness Storehouse is situated in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. It is present in a seven-storey ancient building. It takes you to cherish the experience that takes you on the company’s role in the Irish culture and tradition and also the historic building. The visit starts at the foot end of a Huge Beer Glass in the Atrium, and along with this, the journey continues, and the visitors learns and gains the knowledge of Crafting Beer.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Originally, there was a small wooden cape, on which St. Patrick had baptized converts in the 5th century. About 1191, the Celtic St. Patrick's Church, originally built outside the walls of Dublin, became a cathedral. The church was built between 1191 and 1270 and is now Ireland's largest church. In the 1870s extensive renovations were made which incorporated many Victorian Era elements and decoration.

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