Green pastures and kind hearts

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and famed for ancient landmarks, unrivaled hospitality, plenty of great pubs and a lively music scene. Dublin Castle is an intriguing tourist attraction and the O’Connell Bridge is another city point of interest. Grafton Street is an area frequented by many. This is a real social hub and offers up lots of cheerful street music while you explore the shops. About a 3-hour drive south of Dublin, you can reach County Cork to visit the famous Blarney Castle and Blarney Stone.

What you'll need

A valid passport and, depending on your nationality, a visa

Best time to go

May, June or September for the best weather and smallest crowds

Travel tip

Learn how to pour a perfect pint of Guinness at the Guinness Storehouse

Essentials to pack

A guidebook of common Irish slang as it can often sound like a different language

Top sights

Check out some of the most impressive landmarks, adrenaline-pumping activities, inspiring views and fascinating exhibits this city has on offer.

1Trinity College
2Grafton Street
3St. Stephens Green
4The Little Museum of Dublin
5Kildare Street Museums
6The National Gallery of Ireland
7Merrion Square
8The GPO
9The James Joyce Centre
10National Museum of Ireland

Dublin Hotels

Whether you want prime location, superior views or budget bliss, we can help you find the accommodation that suits your every need.