Dublin

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Dublin

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A city break in Ireland’s capital city, Dublin,takes you to the political and cultural heart of the Irish Republic. Rich inculture, Dublin’s gorgeous Georgian architecture,the legendary pub culture and its unique character make for a trip you’ll neverforget.

Where to stay in Dublin

Old Jameson Distillery showing interior views, a bar and heritage elements

City Centre Dublin

4.5/5(2,709 area reviews)

Known for its fantastic nightlife, fascinating museums and great live music, there's plenty to explore in City Centre Dublin. Top attractions like St. Stephen's Green and Croke Park are major draws. Catch the metro at Jervis Station or Dominick Tram Stop to see more of the city.

City Centre Dublin
Temple Bar showing signage, a city and heritage architecture

Temple Bar

4.5/5(125 area reviews)

The fantastic nightlife and popular shops are just a few highlights of Temple Bar. Make a stop by Dame Street or Olympia Theatre while you're exploring the area.

Temple Bar
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Howth

Seaside views and waterfront views are notable features of Howth. You might consider stopping by Dublin Bay while you're exploring the neighbourhood.

Howth
Aviva Stadium which includes a park, heritage architecture and modern architecture

Ballsbridge

4.5/5(174 area reviews)

A noteworthy feature of Ballsbridge is its fantastic nightlife. While you're in town, be sure to stop and check out Aviva Stadium and Herbert Park.

Ballsbridge
Christ Church Cathedral featuring religious aspects, interior views and a church or cathedral

Dublin 8

If you're spending time in Dublin 8, check out sights like Guinness Storehouse or Kilmainham Gaol Historical Museum and hop on the metro to see more of the city at Heuston Station or Heuston Tram Stop.

Dublin 8