10 essential things to do in Dublin
Situated in the heart of Dublin, O’Connell Street is the city’s main avenue, packed with pubs, stores, hotels and restaurants.
Grafton Street is one of the most important and crowded pedestrian walkways in Dublin. It used to be home to the world-renowned Molly Malone statue.
Temple Bar is one of Dublin’s oldest and most charismatic areas. It is packed with pubs, restaurants and offers locals and tourists a great nightlife.
The National Museum of Ireland-Archaeology, founded in 1890, features centuries-old objects (the earliest dating from 7000 B.C.) displayed in seven halls.
Christ Church Cathedral is also called the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity and is currently the oldest Anglican church in Dublin.
Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s oldest and internationally recognized university. Its historic campus is well worth visiting.
St Stephen’s Green is one of Ireland’s oldest public parks. Formed in 1664 in the city’s outskirts, it is currently in the city center.
St Patrick’s Cathedral is Ireland’s largest church and was founded near the well where the patron saint of Ireland baptized the converted around 450AD.
Discover one of Dublin’s most-popular attractions, the Guinness Storehouse, an old fermentation plant for the Guinness Brewery.
Established in 1796, Kilmainham Gaol is an old prison in Dublin. It has housed many nationalist prisoners that fought for Ireland’s independence.