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Tours Around Ireland

Just a few hours outside Dublin you will find some of the most amazing views and wonders of the world! Visit our tour desk to arrange a trip to visit the incredible natural rock formations of the Giant's Causeway, or the massive span of the Cliffs of Moher. Our tours offer you the chance to see some of the most endearing, cultural and welcoming cities in Ireland such as Galway, Cork or Kilkenny. For all opportunities to see the best of Ireland, visit our tour desk during your stay!

Cliffs of Moher
Giants Causeway
Wicklow Mountains
Newgrange

Top 10 Dublin City Centre Attractions

The Guinness Storehouse

http://www.guinness-storehouse.com

Home of the black stuff since 1759, whether you’re a history buff or just there for your free pint of Guinness, there’s something for everyone!


Guinness Storehouse
Guinness Storehouse
Guinness Storehouse

Trinity College

http://www.tcd.ie

Home to the book of Kells, a Celtic manuvscript dated back to 800AD. The book of Kells is beautifully illustrated throughout and truly is something magical to see. Trinity is also home to the largest and oldest library in Ireland


Trinity College
Trinity College
Trinity College

The Botanic Gardens

http://www.botanicgardens.ie

No need for green fingers here, the beauty of the Botanic Gardens is something anyone can appreciate.


Botanic Gardens
Botanic Gardens
Botanic Gardens

George’s Street Arcade

http://www.georgesstreetarcade.com

George’s Street Arcade is full of everything but Arcade machines! Anything from handmade costumes, hello kitty merchandise and vintage clothes can be found in the arcade. Make sure to stop in one of the many cafes for a bite to eat, they are the cosiest and nicest cafes in Dublin.


George Street Arcade
George Street Arcade
George Street Arcade

The Dead Zoo

http://www.museum.ie

The Natural History Museum or the ‘Dead Zoo’ as it’s more commonly known as is a fun day for all the family! With even more attractions opening up soon such as a discovery zone where visitors can handle some of the taxidermy and open drawers to see what’s inside and a reading zone, learning is at the tip of your fingers.


Dead Zoo
Dead Zoo
Dead Zoo

Croke Park

http://www.crokepark.ie

You can’t visit Dublin and not take a trip to Croke Park, the home of Ireland’s sport G.A.A. Learn the history of hurling and Gaelic with an interactive tour and who knows, if you’re lucky you might even get a chance to give it a whack yourself!


Croke Park
Croke Park
Croke Park

The Phoenix Park

http://www.phoenixpark.ie

The world’s largest municipal park will keep you busy for days. There are wild deer, a cricket club and it is also home to Dublin Zoo. A bike ride through Phoenix Park is just the perfect family activity.


Phoenix Park
Phoenix Park
Phoenix Park

Dublin Zoo

http://www.dublinzoo.ie

A trip to Dublin Zoo is the perfect way to spend a day. Home to many exotic animals, from Lions to penguins, Dublin Zoo is sure to keep you entertained.


Dublin Zoo
Dublin Zoo
Dublin Zoo

The Wax Museum

http://www.waxmuseumplus.ie

Visit The National Wax Museum Plus one of Dublin's top visitor attractions, home of the stars, your heroes and much much more.. Great fun for all...


Wax Museum
Wax Museum
Wax Museum

The Little Museum of Dublin

http://www.littlemuseum.ie

This museum located at Stephen’s Greene is not your typical museum. With hilarious tour guides and interesting artefacts this is sure to keep you laughing.


Little Museum
Little Museum
Little Museum