Dublin City

Dublin City

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is the start of an adventure for millions of tourists every year. 

Whether it’s getting your first Irish pint of Guinness (it’s better here; it just is), getting your first taste of Irish humor, or simply getting your feet on the land of your ancestors for the first time, Dublin promises to be a memorable experience.

  1. Samuel Beckett Bridge

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    The Samuel Beckett Bridge, the Dublin Convention Centre and the Spire reflect in the River Liffey during a Dublin sunset. Learn More
  2. Doors of Dublin

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    Dublin's Fitzwilliam and Merrion Squares demonstrate Georgian architecture at its finest. The doors of this part of Dublin resemble a color chart. Learn More
  3. Trinity College

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    Trinity College Dublin, founded in 1592, is the oldest university in Ireland. The historic campus boasts some of the city’s most beautiful architecture. Learn More
  4. The River Liffey

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    The River Liffey flows out to the sea with the iconic Pigeon House in the distance. This unmistakable view of Dublin is bathed in beautiful fall light. Learn More
  5. Campanile of Trinity

    $29.00
    Trinity College Dublin, founded in 1592, is the oldest university in Ireland. The historic campus boasts some of the city’s most beautiful architecture. Learn More
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    Custom House

    Custom House

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    Special Price $24.65

    The River Liffey flows out to the sea with the iconic Pigeon House in the distance and the Sillicon Docks to the right. This is an unmistakable view of Dublin. Learn More
  7. Trinity Library

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    The Long Room in the Library of Trinity College Dublin is home to the ancient Book of Kells. Learn More
  8. Custom House

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    Dublin's Custom House is an icon of the city skyline. The landmark, designed by James Gandon, has stood by the banks of the Liffey since the eighteenth century. Learn More
  9. The Spike

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    Dublin's General Post Office (G.P.O.) on O’Connell Street was the site of the fierce rebellion of 1916. While bullet holes on the G.P.O. remain as a reminder of the street’s battles and heritage, the Spire now stands four hundred feet tall as a beacon of modernity to the city.

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  10. Trinity Campanile

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    Trinity College Dublin, founded in 1592, is the oldest university in Ireland. The historic campus boasts some of the city’s most beautiful architecture. Learn More