Dublin, Ireland

Ireland’s capital is a city both haunted and inspired by its rich literary tradition, its green and aquatic surroundings, and its pivotal role in European history. In Dublin you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city, or just enjoy the beautiful nature around Dublin. Drink a real Jameson whiskey or opt for a dark brown Guinness beer. Are you curious about the sights of Dublin and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

Top 12 things to do:

#1 Trinity College

Photographer: Lars Meijer

#2 The Library (Book of Kells)

Photographer: Hanna May

#3 Temple bar (District)

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#4 Jameson Distillery Bow St.

Photographer: Lars Meijer

#5 Phoenix Park

Photographer: Eini Trujillo

#6 Guinness Storehouse

Photographer: Andrew Meßner

#7 St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Photographer: K. Mitch Hodge by Unsplash
Photographer: K. Mitch Hodge

#8 Christ Church Cathedral

Photographer: Alessandro Valenzano by Unsplash
Photographer: Alessandro Valenzano

#9 Dublin Castle

Photographer: Lisa fecker

#10 Kilmainham Gaol (Prison)

Photographer: Yoav Aziz

#11 Visit Howth

Photographer: Lars Meijer

#12 Grafton Street

Photographer: Lukas Kloeppel by Pexels
Photographer: Lukas Kloeppel

Top 3 Restaurants

#1 Sophie’s

Sophie’s is a beautiful and modern glasshouse restaurant, boasting stunning 360 degree views of Dublin. A view like no other in Dublin, cityscape to countryside.

#2 The Church

This is World Famous Church Bar & Restaurant. The Church is the ‘local’ of choice for native Dubliners and welcomes over 800,000 visitors annually from all over the world.

#3 Art Cafe

The Art Cafe is a quiet cafe, decent place for breakfast, brunch and lunch. And a good place to do some work or hang out. The coffee is especially recommended!

Top 4 places to stay

The four hotels are divided into different price ranges. From budget $ to budget $$$$.

#1 Hotel 7

Budget: $$$

Hotel 7 is a new stylish boutique hotel located in the heart of Ireland’s capital city – Dublin. The historic Georgian terraced building has been lovingly restored to return it to its original glory.

#2 The Croke Park Hotel

Budget: $$$

The Croke Park, provides our guests with unforgettable experiences. Guests return regularly for our superior hotel product, the service we provide, but most importantly our team. 

#3 Number 31

Budget: $$$$

The award-winning Number 31 in Dublin is a guesthouse in a classical Georgian townhouse. St Stephen’s Green is a 5-minute walk away. The property features a sunken guest lounge, with leather seating and an open fire.

#4 The Dean Dublin

Budget: $$$$

Boasting a rooftop bar and restaurant, The Dean Dublin is located in Dublin city centre. The property is newly designed with vibrant colours. Ha’penny Bridge is an 18-minute walk away and the iconic Guinness Storehouse is 2 km away.

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