About Dublin

A city brimming with history, culture, nature and friendly locals. Nestled on the east coast of Ireland, Dublin offers a unique blend of old-world charm and modern vitality. Get ready to immerse yourself in captivating experiences and create unforgettable memories in this remarkable city.

connection  Best things to do in Dublin



Trinity College and the Book of Kells

Trinity College is home to the Book of Kells, a 9th-century biblical manuscript that contains the four Gospels in Latin written on vellum (prepared calfskin).


St Patrick’s Cathedral

Built in the 12th century, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is the largest church in Ireland and must-see for architecture and history enthusiasts.


The Irish Museum of Modern Art

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) is a contemporary art museum, located in the Royal Hospitality Kilmainham. IMMA’s collection includes over 3,500 works of art, ranging from painting and sculptures to photography, video and installations.



Phoenix Park

Take a walk through one of the largest urban parks in Europe. Phoenix Park is home to the Dublin zoo and several historic landmarks, as well as many wild deer that freely roam the 707 hectare park.


St Stephen’s Green

St Stephen’s Green is a beautiful and historic park located in the heart of Dublin. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere while taking in several historic monuments such as the Yeats Memorial, the Fusiliers’ Arch and the statue of Theobald Wolf Tone.


National Botanic Gardens

Located just outside the city center, the National Botanic Gardens are free to enter and feature a variety of plants and wildlife.



Guinness Storehouse

Home of the traditional pint of Guinness, enjoy the visitor experience tour and taste a pint of the “black stuff” in the spectacular surroundings of the Gravity Bar.


Jameson Distillery Bow St

Learn how to blend your own take-home whiskey cocktail making or taste whiskey straight from a barrel in Dublin’s only live maturation warehouse.


Temple Bar

No journey to Dublin is complete without visiting the famous Temple Bar area. Here you can grab a bite to eat, walk the famous cobbled streets and soak up the lively atmosphere in one of the many typical Irish pubs.