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Experience Dublin Tours

With Dublin tours and activities, discover the charming city and see its top attractions with handpicked tour operators at the best rates. Ireland’s fair city holds its own against its more spruced up European counterparts, thanks to its 1000-year history, a thriving contemporary arts and cultural scene and the great craic of local inhabitants. A down-to-earth population lends an infectious personality to this city that’s seldom found elsewhere, while Dublin’s thousand years of history artfully reveals itself on every corner. Medieval castles and cathedrals, remnants of the Viking era and splendid Georgian streets give a glimpse into this city’s roots, while old-time pubs and iconic attractions like the Guinness factory reveal the city’s undying love of a good party. Indeed, the sentimental Irish spirit is rifest throughout the city’s epic pub scene. Legendary live music and convivial Dubliners make for a laidback evening out, and there’s nowhere quite like Dublin for good, old-fashioned fun.
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Our tips for Dublin

  • Choose wisely in Temple Bar. Dublin’s cultural capital boasts plenty of restaurants, pubs and hotels to choose from. However, Temple Bar is choc-a-bloc with tourists, increasing prices and decreasing Dubliners. When considering things to do in Dublin at night, look to the neighbourhoods alongside Temple Bar for a more authentic Irish experience.
  • Brush up on your vocals. Warm up that singing voice, many Dublin pubs will have you belting the faithful Irish ballads of Galway girl and Molly Malone in no time.
  • Take a Dublin day trip. A coastal city, Dublin’s centre is surrounded by cute seaside villages and picture-perfect beaches. Many of these Dublin attractions are just a short train ride away, so if you’re considering what to do in Dublin, a day trip should definitely be on your list.

Good to know

Dublin, located on the east coast of Ireland, serves as the country's capital and largest city. The Irish name for Dublin is "Baile Átha Cliath," which translates to "town of the hurdled ford."
The River Liffey flows through Dublin's center, featuring several bridges, such as the iconic Ha'penny Bridge. Dublin boasts a rich literary heritage, with renowned writers like James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde, and Samuel Beckett hailing from the city.
The popular tourist attraction of the Guinness Storehouse, situated in Dublin, is a seven-story museum that narrates the history of the famous Irish stout. It even houses a tasting room where visitors can sample the beer. Movies and TV shows such as "The Commitments," "Once," and "Game of Thrones" frequently choose Dublin as a favored filming location.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Dublin?

    A happy medium between summer’s restless tourist season and frosty winter, early autumn and late spring are the perfect times to go on Dublin day tours for those keeping both budget and weather in mind.

  • Q: How do I get around Dublin?

    A concentrated city centre makes walking your best bet for getting around the city. Getting between the city’s main sites by bus is also a cheap and practical option. Many of our tours also include hotel transfers at no extra cost too! For sights further afield, use the city’s electric DART trains which connect the city to the suburbs and beyond.

  • Q: What is the currency used in Dublin?

    Euro is the official currency used in Dublin.

  • Q: What are the popular attractions to visit in Dublin?

    Dublin boasts a range of popular tourist attractions, such as the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and the Book of Kells, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and the Temple Bar district.

  • Q: What is the weather like in Dublin?

    Dublin experiences a mild and rainy climate all year round, with temperatures ranging between approximately 5°C in winter and 20°C in summer.

  • Q: What is the nightlife like in Dublin?

    Dublin is renowned for its lively nightlife scene, featuring an abundance of pubs, clubs, and music venues throughout the city, with the Temple Bar district being a particularly popular destination for travelers.

  • Q: Any tips for staying safe in Dublin?

    Dublin is a relatively safe city, but when it comes to health and safety, a traveler can never be too careful. Keep these precautions in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch. Look out for pickpockets and keep valuable items close. Petty crime is common in the city, especially in crowded, tourist-prone areas. Ireland has two emergency numbers. Dial either 112 or 999 for assistance. Late nights and early mornings at nightlife hotspot Temple Bar often attract a rougher crowd, so be wary of strangers and stay in busy, well-lit areas.

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