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4 days/ 3 nights Starting from €550 per person

Exploring Dublin: A Journey through History, Culture and Fun

The price includes:

3* hotel with breakfast

Transfers to and from Dublin Airport

Dublin Pass for 3 days

Guided tour of Dublin with electric bicycle for 2 hours.

Insurance and cancellation


Welcome to Dublin, Ireland's vibrant capital, rich in history, culture and a welcoming atmosphere. If you are planning a trip to this fascinating city, here is a detailed guide on what to see in Dublin to fully savor everything this unique destination has to offer.

1. The Heart of Dublin: Trinity College and the Old Library

Begin your visit to Dublin by exploring the prestigious Trinity College. Founded in 1592, this university campus is an institution of great historical and architectural importance. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the Old Library, famous for the Book of Kells, an illustrated manuscript dating back to the 9th century, a true gem of Irish heritage.

2. The Charm of Dublin Castle

Continue your adventure by immersing yourself in the past at Dublin Castle. This impressive fortress, dating back to the 13th century, has played a crucial role in Ireland's history. Explore the decorated rooms, admire the tapestries and enjoy a walk in the charming castle gardens.

3. Temple Bar Nightlife

Dublin is also famous for its lively nightlife, and there's no better place to experience it than Temple Bar. This historic neighborhood is full of traditional pubs, trendy clubs, art galleries and cobbled streets. Enjoy an evening of live music, Irish ballads and a festive atmosphere.

4. Walk along the River Liffey and Ha'penny Bridge

A relaxing walk along the River Liffey is a perfect way to enjoy Dublin's cityscape. Admire the iconic Ha'penny Bridge, built in 1816, and take the opportunity to take panoramic photos of the city.

5. The National Museum of Ireland and Howth Hill

For lovers of culture and nature, the National Museum of Ireland offers an extraordinary collection of historical and artistic artefacts. After an inspiring visit, take the train to the picturesque town of Howth, located on a peninsula. Enjoy a scenic walk along the coastal paths and delight in fresh fish in the characteristic restaurants of the port.

6. Phoenix Park and the Presidential Palace

Phoenix Park is one of the largest city parks in Europe, an oasis of peace and nature. Visit the Presidential Palace and, if you are lucky, you might spot the famous deer grazing freely in the area.

7. Dublin by Bike and Grand Canal

Explore the city actively by renting a bike and riding the Grand Canal. This tranquil canal system offers a unique perspective on Dublin, with picturesque locks, bridges and traditional boatmen.


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