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Looking for a perfect Irish getaway? Look no further than Dublin. Enjoy the colorful Celtic nightlife among the lively crowds in Temple Bar, walk the halls of the world-renowned Trinity College, or take a short day trip out to the stunning coastline of County Wicklow.

With gorgeous Georgian architecture, charming pubs, and picturesque beaches, it’s easy to fall in love with this enchanting city. Book your journey to this cosmopolitan city with us and see for yourself why Dublin stands for fun in true sense.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

Wild Wicklow Tour including Glendalough from Dublin

The Wild Wicklow Tour from Dublin is the perfect introduction to Wicklow's untamed landscapes. On this Wicklow day tour you'll explore ancient monastic ruins at Glendalough, enjoy the 'craic' in a traditional Irish pub, and see where film-makers brought a little bit of Scotland to Ireland when filming scenes for 'Braveheart' at Sally's Gap.

 

Guinness Storehouse

Skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin with this fast-track entrance ticket and enjoy the seven-floor, immersive experience at leisure! Breeze past any wait line and go straight inside to discover the story of Guinness, the world’s favorite Irish brand. Learn about its 1759 origins at the adjoining St. James’s Gate brewery; discover how the iconic, black and creamy stout is brewed; and taste some variants. Then, finish with a free pint of Guinness at the seventh-floor Gravity Bar as you drink in spectacular views over Dublin!

 

Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl

Discover Dublin's traditional pubs and wonderful Irish music on this 2.5-hour pub crawl through historic Temple Bar. Led by two talented professional musicians, you'll visit famous pubs and bars, and hear the story of Irish music and its influences on contemporary world music. Irish pubs and traditional Irish music - it's the perfect match!

The Irish pub remains the social focus of Irish culture and is one of Ireland's most popular attractions. While most cities around the world boast of at least one offspring of Celtic drinking culture, the original Irish pub remains a rare commodity. On this entertaining musical pub crawl you'll visit authentic establishments in the heart of Dublin. Temple Bar is a hive of activity where artists, designers and young entrepreneurs have set up small art galleries, cafes, theaters and colorful shops. The pedestrianized streets allow you to walk freely through the narrow cobbled alleys running close to the banks of the River Liffey.

 

Dublin Liffey River Cruise

Drift down the River Liffey on a leisurely 45-minute cruise from the heart of Dublin. With a local guide providing professional commentary, your all-weather, purpose-built vessel can accommodate up to 48 passengers, offering maximum comfort and safety. The boat is wheel chair accessible and suitable for young and old alike.

 

Dublin Historical Walking Tour including Trinity College

Few cities wear history on its sleeve like Dublin does! The Historical Walking Tour has been acclaimed as a must-do tour for any visitor to Dublin and starts at Trinity College main gate. It takes place in the grounds of Trinity College, Old Irish Parliament, Dublin Castle, City Hall, the Medieval and Viking quarter centered around Christ Church Cathedral and finishes in the old port of Temple Bar on the banks of the River Liffey.

 

Kilkenny City and Glendalough Day Trip from Dublin

See Irish castles, caves and cloisters on the Kilkenny City and Glendalough Day Trip from Dublin. Travel by the luxury coach, and you'll head into Ireland's south-east region - an area as historically interesting as it is beautiful. Visit Kilkenny Castle, the Dunmore Caves and the monastic settlement of Glendalough while gaining insight into Irish folklore and history from your guide.

 

Titanic Visitor Experience and Giant’s Causeway Day Trip from Dublin

Visit Belfast’s Titanic Visitor Experience, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge on a full-day trip from Dublin! Open since April 2012 (the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking), the 'Titanic' exhibition allows you to relive the tragic yet captivating story through interactive discovery zones and galleries. After exploring the exhibition, travel along the spectacular Antrim Coastal Drive to the Giant’s Causeway to explore its dramatic cliffs and rock formations. Then, brave a hair-raising walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

 

Royal Dublin Society Showground

About a 15-minute bus trip from Trinity College, the showground is used for various exhibitions throughout the year. The most important annual event here is the August Dublin Horse Show, which includes an international showjumping contest. Ask at the tourist office for other events.

The Royal Dublin Society Showground was founded in 1731 and has had its headquarters in a number of well-known Dublin buildings, including Leinster House from 1814 to 1925. The society was involved in the foundation of the National Museum, National Library, National Gallery and National Botanic Garden.

 

Irish Rugby Football Union

The association with privilege has pretty much always been there with rugby, until the game decided to go global, kick its branding into a whole new gear and Dublin began witnessing some pretty successful local teams at both inter-provincial and international level. Irish rugby’s governing body, the Irish Rugby Football Union, has done a brilliant job of selling rugby outside its traditional domain, so much so that the game has finally generated a genuinely national interest.