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We have all the red hot sightseeing tips for your upcoming trip to Dublin. Grab your organizer and get ready to start filling up that itinerary.
With such a range of world-famous attractions in the one place, there'll never be a dull moment in Dublin! First things first, be sure you snap some selfies out the front of Dublin Castle and Christ Church Cathedral. After you've ticked those off, you'll still have Ha' Penny Bridge and the Dublinia to explore!
There's no such thing as feeling bored in this animated city. The National Museum of Natural History and the Book of Kells will make sure you keep busy. The Abbey Theatre and the Spire are just a few more significant sights that'll capture your imagination.
Sometimes we get so involved in the fast pace of life that we forget to slow down and smell the roses. Spend an hour or so drinking in the fresh perfumes at Garden of Remembrance. There's a fabulous range of things to do in this destination. Theatre challenges our way of thinking and asks us to aspire to be more. Get tickets to a production at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and open your mind to some new ideas. Still got some time to spare? Mingle with like-minded peers and get prepared to be inspired at one of the conferences or events hosted at The Convention Centre Dublin.
Going on a break isn't just about crossing off new destinations. It's about the people we come across and the experiences we have on the way!
This place has a range of things to do. Here are some suggestions to kick off your trip to Dublin:
Got a little time on your side? Head to our Dublin things to do page for a complete list of activities.
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Travellers with a taste for luxury and style can choose from the St. Stephen's Green Penthouse (18 Baggot Street Lower) and the Grand Canal Quay Apartment (Grand Canal Quay). If your holiday stash isn't as big as you hoped it would be, the Jackson Court Hotel (29/30 Harcourt St) and the Portobello Hotel (33 South Richmond St) are some lower-cost options.
Dublin Castle is a not-to-be-missed sight for those visiting Dublin, and staying within close proximity can be a good way to fully enjoy it. The Dublin 1 Apartments is just 0.4 miles away. Equally popular is the Trinity Apartments Temple Bar by The Key Collection, 0.2 miles away.
Check in and make your way through security, shuffle onboard, put your bags in the overhead locker and get set for the flight! Your exciting trip to Dublin is only a plane ride away. After hitting the tarmac at Dublin Airport (DUB), you'll be about 6 miles from the central area.
I was very grateful they were at least serving the travelIng public that had to travel. Disappointed the shuttle wasn’t available but totally understand. Staff wonderful
This was a nice hotel especially for the price. The staff was great. Too bad we had to leave because of the corona virus shutdown that was happening and couldn't stay. I would go again.
everything was great we will come back there for our next trip in Dublin.
The shower diverter didn't work in the bathroom, meaning we has to take baths rather than showers.
It is a very convenient location if you will fly early in the morning. They have 24/7 shuttle service. Wonderful staff! Such friendly, and joyful people! Delicious breakfast in the morning. I recommend this place strongly to everyone.