Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and is known to enjoy countless things. Deeply rooted in incredible culture and history, Dublin promises to make you laugh and definitely puts a smile on your face. Located right on the east coast, Dublin witnesses few of the most vast and beautiful sceneries around the city. Comprises of the picturesque parks, overwhelming environment, superb locations and graceful Georgian architecture – what more could you want? Enjoy the plethora of beautiful views and ancient buildings and make travelling to Dublin an absolute dream. It experiences cool summers and mild winters with a lack of temperature extremes. Explore the city conveniently on foot and on the transport like road, trams, rails and ferries that take you wherever you wish.


Opened in 1796, the site was a prison previously but now a museum which is managed through timed tickets. Book the tickets and make an entry to the prison. Walk in tickets for Kilmainham Gaol are sold on first come and first served basis. You can watch several audio visual shows here with major attractions of exhibitions, and plays. Purchase online tickets at euro8 (adults) and euro6 (seniors), euro4 (child/student) and euro20 (family). Walk up tickets priced euro9 (adults), euro7 (seniors), euro5 (child/student) and euro23 (family).


The museum is the public place recognized for interest, beauty and intrigue. It is a not-for-profit organization and provides funeral services. One can choose a grave or cremation memorial as per the requirement. The site also comprises of a museum, online shop, and florists. One can also enjoy coffee, fresh cakes, sandwiches, salads and scones at the Tower Cafe which was operated with the museum. Glasnevin Cemetery Museum remains open from Monday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm.


The park is the third largest in Europe with a capacity of 82,300 for over 100 years. Free on-site parking is also available here. Stadium tours may run on the match days only, depending on match schedule. It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes to complete stadium tour. Book entry tickets for Croke Park Stadium Tour at euro14 (adults), euro11 (students/seniors), euro9 (children) and euro38 (family) and spend time there.


Trinity College is a research university which was founded in the year 1952. It is considered as the Irelands oldest university and is known to be the most prestigious university in the city. With its historical and iconic buildings, Trinity College Dublin operates many successful programs from June to August each year for general public. You can also enjoy dining, meetings, events, theatres including restaurants and cafes at all budget. You can also purchase popular gifts and products from the gift shop at Trinity College.


Christ Church Cathedral is the popular church in Ireland. It is well known as one of Dublin’s oldest buildings which welcomes leading visitor attraction every day. The location features breathtaking beauty, magnificent architectural views and wonderful floor tiles. People have been coming to this place to worship God for nearly one thousand years. Come and enjoy Italian and English audio tours and visit Cathedral gift shops. Also experience spectacular exhibition and lots of audio visual shows.


Known as urban park, Phoenix Park is one of the largest enclosed spaces within European city. It is popularly known as the home of wild deer and remains open daily throughout the year from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. You can access the park free of cost and explore lots of sights as well as many interactive activities. Book Phoenix Park hotel to make your trip more memorable as never before.


World-famous Cliffs of Moher Day Trip defines the most popular tourist attraction in Ireland with tours of Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Killarney, and Doolin. Here, you can wander a number of winding coastal trails and pathways, along with a number of arts and crafts gift shops and extraordinary exhibitions. In addition, capture photos of the dramatic scenery, watch the platform and other spectacular views. Dont miss the chance to experience the extreme beauty and culture of Ireland.


Founded in 1795, The National Botanic Gardens hold 20,000 living plants and dried plant specimens as well as several notable greenhouses. The site is also known to participate in national and international initiatives for sustainable development and biodiversity conservation. There are no charges for tickets on Sundays at 12.00pm and 2.30pm. Euro 5 is charged per person from Monday – Saturday at 3.00pm. Tour duration is for 1 hour.