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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

Ross Castle

4 star rating: Recommended 12 Reviews

Ross Castle was built in the late 15th century by the O'Donoghue clan and has a wonderfully eventful history of battles and legends. In the Desmond rebellion ...  Read more

Stormont Estate and Parliament Buildings

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

The Stormont Estate and Parliament buildings are home to the Northern Ireland Assembly, which is responsible for making laws transferred to local jurisdiction ...  Read more

Albert Memorial Clock Tower

The Albert Memorial Clock Tower is yet another symbol of the love Queen Victoria bore her consort. At 30 metres (100 feet) tall, and with a statue of Albert ...  Read more

Aran Islands

Renowned for their stark beauty and enduring Irish traditions, the enigmatic Aran Islands have long drawn fascination from their mainland neighbors, inspiring ...  Read more

Ballintoy Harbour

The village of Ballintoy was featured as the fictional town of Lordsport in the second season of the  Game of Thrones  television series. The area around ...  Read more

Belfast City Hall

Belfast City Hall was built to commemorate the event of Belfast becoming a city, having been granted the status in 1888 by Queen Victoria in recognition of ...  Read more

Belfast Grand Opera House

The Belfast Grand Opera House is a survivor. It opened in 1895 and has weathered decline in musical theater audiences, the threat of demolition, and blast ...  Read more

Belfast Peace Wall

Dating back to 1969, the Belfast Peace Walls, or Peace Lines, are a series of barriers that were put up between Irish Nationalist and Unionist neighborhoods ...  Read more

Belfast St Anne's Cathedral

Unlike the chief churches of other European cities, St Anne's Cathedral (often just called Belfast Cathedral) doesn't have a history stretching back far into ...  Read more

Crumlin Road Jail

Crumlin Road features two imposing structures of Belfast’s criminal justice system, the Crumlin Road Gaol (Jail) and Courthouse. The jail opened in 1845 and ...  Read more

Cushendun

Cushendun, derived from the Irish for “Foot of the Dun” for its position at the mouth of the River Dun, has long been a safe harbor for travelers between ...  Read more

Customs House

Belfast’s customs house was the city’s first neoclassical building, built in 1856 in the High Italian Renaissance, or “Palazzo” style. It is generally ...  Read more

Dark Hedges

Fifty miles northwest of Belfast, off the Antrim Coastal Road, you will find one of the most unique and most photographed attractions in Northern Ireland: a ...  Read more

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