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Molly Malone Statue

4.5 star rating: Recommended 54 Reviews

The bronze statue of Molly Malone commemorates the young woman featured in the local ballad, 'Cockles and Mussels'. As the song goes, this beautiful woman ...  Read more

Glendalough Monastic Settlement

4.5 star rating: Recommended 14 Reviews

Home to one of the country’s most popular historic sites, a 6th-century monastic complex, Glendalough, or ‘the valley of the lakes’, is set in an idyllic ...  Read more

The Hill of Tara (Temair)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Despite being one of Ireland’s most important historical sites, it’s Tara’s otherworldly views and fascinating archaeological finds that make it such a popular ...  Read more

Phoenix Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

Spanning 1752 acres just north of the River Liffey, Dublin’s Phoenix Park is one of the largest walled city parks in Europe. Established as a royal deer park ...  Read more

Malahide Castle

4 star rating: Recommended 147 Reviews

Malahide Castle is one of Ireland's oldest castles, built on land given to Richard Talbot, a knight who accompanied King Henry II of England to Ireland in ...  Read more

Old Jameson Distillery

4 star rating: Recommended 84 Reviews

The Old Jameson Distillery, tucked away in a quaint cobbled alley that opens into a small courtyard, has managed to maintain the charm of its heyday in the ...  Read more

Dublin Cruise Port

4 star rating: Recommended 45 Reviews

Ireland’s most popular cruise destination, Dublin sees nearly two million cruise and ferry passengers come through its port each year. A UNESCO City of ...  Read more

St Stephen's Green

4 star rating: Recommended 26 Reviews

Opened in 1880 as a grand Georgian park to be enjoyed by the people of Dublin, on sunny summer days St Stephen’s Green gets packed with families and groups of ...  Read more

General Post Office (GPO)

The name might not sound inspiring, but one glimpse of the General Post Office’s (GPO) imposing facade is sure to capture your attention with its ornate ...  Read more

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum

Packed with Celtic crosses and one gigantic round tower, Dublin’s Glasnevin Cemetery was founded in 1832 as a resting place for people of all ...  Read more

Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum

One of the most popular attractions in Dublin, the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum is dedicated to the Great Famine of 1845 to 1852, when over 1 ...  Read more

Skellig Michael

A rocky peak rising 230 meters from the ocean off the coast of Portmagee, Skellig Michael is one of the most striking landmarks of Ireland’s southwestern coast ...  Read more

The Wicklow Way

With its windswept coastlines and bucolic landscapes, Ireland abounds with hiking routes and the Wicklow Way remains one of the most popular. Boasting ...  Read more

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