Explore Dublin City

Dublin city has it all – fantastic shopping, vibrant culture, rich history, amazing food and plenty of things to do. Visit some of the many museums and theatres, enjoy the beautiful parks or jump on the open-top bus tour and find out all the things you never knew about the capital.

Outdoor Activities in Dublin

Looking for stunning floral gardens, historic monuments and even prehistoric burial chambers? How about river rafting or kayaking? Or perhaps enjoying a cliff walk or a hike through a forest? Yes, we are talking about Dublin! See all the amazing things you can do outdoors in Dublin in our blog.

Experience The Outdoors

Historical Landmarks in Dublin

Ireland’s capital city is a treasure trove of historical landmarks. Take a historical walking tour or a self-guided route of the city centre and take in everything Dublin has to offer. The city is also packed with easily-overlooked attractions in hidden corners or seemingly ordinary locations.

Visit The Landmarks

Family Things to do in Dublin

Dublin has plenty to occupy families of any size or age group. Family activities include world-class water parks, Viking museums, fantastic outdoor activities and educational museums and attractions like EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum and Natural History Museum. See our blogs to help you decide what to do on your family break to Dublin.

Plan Your Family Break

The Ultimate Guide to Dublin

Dublin is so much more than its famous pubs. It is also a UNESCO City of Literature, and one of the friendliest cities in Europe! Dublin is surrounded by beautiful mountains, and the River Liffey is ideal for rafting and kayaking tours. The city is full of history, there is a vibrant art scene and amazing food around every corner. Check out our city guide and sightseeing suggestions of the best of what Dublin has to offer!

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