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Trinity College offers a welcome haven from the hustle and bustle of Dublin and it is one ivory tower you’d be happy to be trapped in for a long time.
Take a break in Dublin’s most popular public park with green lawns and flower beds, a stone bridge and statues, a swan-filled lake and a playground.
The Guinness Storehouse is situated at St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin. The giant storehouse covers seven floors and is a popular point of interest for tourists - since it opened in 2000, it has received over four million visitors.
Watch a game of rugby or soccer and take a tour of the changing rooms and players’ tunnel to peek behind the curtain.
Marvel at one of the world’s tallest public works of art as you stroll down this boulevard of shops and historic buildings.
Discover medieval excavations from a Viking ruin and appreciate the majesty of the state apartments, the chapel and the landscape gardens.
Croke Park in Dublin is so much more than an impressive sports stadium. “Croker”, as it is locally known, is in many ways is a bastion of Irish identity that protects the spirit of Gaelic games from forces seeking to dislodge it. If this all sounds a bit dramatic you should take the fantastic Croke Park Experience tour to get a very real sense of just how important and deeply ingrained the GAA and Gaelic games are to Ireland’s sense of itself.
Watch the talented street performers as you search the boutiques in this shopping haven for something special to take home.
Located a little south of the town of Malahide in County Fingal, the medieval Malahide Castle is an impressive and imposing structure, blending centuries of history in a single setting. While parts of the castle date back to the 1100s, its grounds offer some of Ireland’s best 18th century garden landscaping, making a trip to Malahide Castle a must for both history and nature enthusiasts.
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 Guinness Storehouse are major draws. Catch the metro at Jervis Station or Dominick Tram Stop to see more of the city.
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.
Seaside views and waterfront views are notable features of Howth. You might consider stopping by Dublin Bay while you're exploring the neighbourhood.
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.
The abundant dining options and seaside views are top of the list for many visitors to Dun Laoghaire. A stop by Dun Laoghaire Harbour or Dublin Bay might round out your trip.
A noteworthy feature of Ballsbridge is its fantastic nightlife. While you're in town, be sure to stop and check out Aviva Stadium and Dublin Port.