Set in the heart of Dublin, the Trinity Capital Hotel is within a short walk of Trinity College D...
The Abbey Theatre enjoys a prominent place in the cultural life of this literature-obsessed count...
Anybody can wander in to admire the beautiful banking hall or warm up by the open fires in the co...
Since it was restored in the 19th century, the 800-year-old Christ Church Cathedral has had an ea...
This classical domed building has been the city's town hall since 1851. The dome in the round hal...
A diverse collection of applied art. Since 1997 this has been home to a significant collection as ...
The Custom House, which was designed by James Gandon and completed in 1791, boasts a 100 m wide f...
The home of the Irish Parliament was constructed in 1745 in an understated classical style as the...
Where Britain's viceroys once lived in great splendour. The Normans erected a fort here in the 13t...
Here you can immerse yourself in the Viking and Norman period but also in the Middle Ages. The ex...
The pride and joy of the Irish: their tremendous literary tradition. Here you can find informatio...
Since 1830, the zoo in the middle of Phoenix Park has been one of Dublin's leading attractions. H...
This museum shows the political and cultural aspects of sport. The exhibition at the headquarters...
The General Post Office enjoys the status of a national treasure and is well worth a visit. The c...
After a tour around the brewery, you can enjoy a beer and a tremendous panoramic view of the city.
The national collection of modern art can be seen at the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham. The museum...
Everyday prison life and the fate of Irish patriots who had to spend their lives here. For the Iri...
Close to St. Patrick's Cathedral you will find the beautiful Marsh's Library which dates from 170...
Gold and other treasures recount Ireland's Christian and pre-Christian past. If you wanted to fill...
Since 1981, the National Symphony Orchestra of the radio and television company RTÉ has had its p...
Portraits from Ireland, Great Britain and Europe from the late Middle Ages up to the end of the 1...
Directly north of Leinster House is the National Library, a splendid building which dates back to...
Michael Jackson and Madonna are of course established exhibits here, but this museum also present...
The visitor centre in a disused distillery offers a great insight into the art of distilling whis...
Beautifully built architecture from Dublin in George's days around a park. Since the 1770s, Merrio...
This Roman Catholic cathedral is hidden away on a side street. Only after the emancipation of the...
The real attraction at this church dating from 1685 is its controversial, medieval vault whose dr...
1500 years of history to touch and admire behind thick Gothic walls. The Anglican St Patrick's Cat...
The exhibition documents the story of a dwindling Jewish community which reached its high point i...
A true seat of learning: historic courtyards, the Book of Kells and a magnificent library. Anybody...
An impressive reading room and the Book of Kells. Of the University's eight library buildings, the...
The domed court building, which was completed in 1802, is a landmark on the northern bank of the ...
During the 19th century, Temple Bar was the artisans' quarter and then became a slum. In the 1970...
"In Dublin's fair city, where girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone..." ...
The ground floor is now a branch of Café Bar Deli. On the first floor you can get breakfast from ...
The city council purchased this prestigious residence in 1715. It has been home to the mayor ever...
The imposing Royal College of Surgeons is situated on the western side. James Joyce once studied ...
Dublin's wide boulevard has been refurbished and today it is resplendent with old and new monuments.
Behind the imposing facade of this traditional department store you will find a wide range of fas...
The monument to Charles Stewart Parnell at the northern end of O'Connell Street marks the south-e...
The fruit and vegetable market is often cited as a hangover from the old Dublin, but it too has s...
A real Dublin institution: For generations celebrities such as James Joyce, John F. Kennedy and c...
Dublin's oldest pub has a cosy vibe and you can listen to traditional Irish music every evening. "...
An enticing selection of tarts very close to Dublin Castle. Here you can enjoy excellent coffee or...