Discover Unlimited art, culture & fun
As one of Europe’s most historically important cities, Ireland’s capital packs enough art, culture and character to fill a month-long itinerary and still leave you wanting more.
Welcome to Dublin, a lively city that blends urban excitement with a friendly village atmosphere. Whatever you want to do, Dublin’s got you covered, with a seamless blend of classic visitor hotspots and an exciting social scene.
Dublin city is almost entirely walkable. Despite its wealth and diversity, it retains a small-town feel that never fails to charm visitors.
Although there are thousands of nooks and crannies to explore in the city, these are top things you can’t miss !
The Guinness Storehouse
St Patrick's & Christ Church Cathedrals
The Book Of Kells & Trinity College
Dublin’s most popular tourist attraction is an interactive, seven-storey structure that showcases the history and process behind Ireland’s most famous export. At the end of the tour, you get to enjoy a perfectly pulled pint at the Gravity Bar, which has panoramic views over Dublin.
Christ Church Cathedral
The Book Of Kells
Located within the Old Library at Trinity College, The Book of Kells will be a must-see on your Dublin itinerary. The 9th-century book is one of Ireland’s greatest cultural treasures, as well as one of the world’s most famous medieval manuscripts.
Dublin Castle is the heart of historic Dublin. It is one of the most important buildings in Irish history. The original fortification may have been an early Gaelic Ring Fort. Later a Viking Fortress stood on this site. From 1204 until 1922 it was the seat of English, then British rule in Ireland.
“Fun Nights Out”
Temple Bar area
Temple Bar is the centre of Dublin’s cultural universe. Buskers, street artists, open air markets and exhibitions a create carnival atmosphere. You can catch a show , mosey through a gallery, explore a market, go to a gig or just plonk yourself in a café for Dublin’s best people-watching spot.
Large selection of amazing restaurants to choice from. Such as Toscana ideally located in Temple Bar. Toscana takes inspiration from our organic gardens in Co Wicklow to bring the spirit of Italian cooking into our kitchens right here in the City. At the heart of Toscana lies a celebration of food that is fresh, natural and unpretentious, elevating traditional and modern cooking into flavours our customers love.
Dublin has been named Europe’s friendliest city twice by TripAdvisor
Let’s be real: a trip to Dublin is all about experiencing the muse behind the music, the craic (fun) of the comedy, the intimate feel of this cosmopolitan city.
And of course the people! Grab a pint, strike up a conversation, and settle in for the experience of a lifetime.