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Trinity College

Trinity College

4.5/5303 Reviews
School
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Ireland's most ancient college was founded in 1592, and to this day, it remains its most prestigious and highest-ranked academically. Trinity College - also called the University of Dublin - was constructed outside the city walls, but today is located right in Dublin´s urban heart. Counted among its alumni are Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, and Samuel Beckett. The campus's library is one of Europe's greatest, a repository for a wealth of research material and historical documents, as well as about 5 million books.
Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse

4.5/5272 Reviews
Exhibition Hall
Sun - Sat 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
When you arrive in Ireland, if you want to try fresh Guinness beer, be sure to visit the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin. See for yourself the brewing process. The Guinness Storehouse was completed in 1904 and appears the architectural style of Chicago. The entire building was made of steel. Exquisite lighting design makes the entire exhibition hall shine. The beer exhibition hall has a total of eight floors and systematically introduces the beer brewing process.
Phoenix Park

Phoenix Park

4.5/5132 Reviews
City Park
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Located on the north bank of the River Liffey in the northwestern part of Dublin city centre, Phoenix Park is Ireland's famous park. The park was originally built by the then Governor of the Duke of Ormonde, and was intended to cater to the glory of Charles II and the city of Dublin. After centuries of change, it still retains the characteristics of the 17th century deer park.
Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

4.3/5139 Reviews
Castle
Sun - Sat 9:45 AM - 5:15 PM (Local time)
A fortified castle has stood on this site since at least 930, and it's easy to see why: it stands on the highest ridge in the vicinity, at the junction of the River Liffey and the now-underground River Poddle, so it was a strategic place to defend. And indeed, occupants of the site had to defend it frequently: The Danish Vikings that occupied a fortress here in the 900s were defeated by the Irish the next century. By the 1100s the Irish were defeated by the Normans. The next century the English set up shop here. And so on. Thanks to all these ransackings and a few disastrous fires, little remains from those early times. Most of the current castle dates to the 1700s. Today, the 44,000 square meter castle complex contains two museums, two cafes, two gardens, government buildings, a conference center and state apartments.
St. Patrick's Cathedral

St. Patrick's Cathedral

4.3/5102 Reviews
Church
Sun 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM, Mon - Fri 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Sat 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
St. Patrick's Cathedral is located on the west side of the south bank of the River Liffey in Dublin. In the fourth century AD, Patrick, a Christian, was canonized as a saint by the Irish because of his outstanding missionary achievements. He is said to have been baptized and converted to Christianity by an ancient well here. The clock tower on the west side of the church was completed in 1370 and still retains a relatively large clock in Ireland.
Halfpenny Bridge

Halfpenny Bridge

4.3/585 Reviews
Bridge
Open 24 hours (Local time)
In 1816, in order to connect Dublin's north and south urban areas, the Irish specially built a beautifully designed light bridge on the Li River, which was only for pedestrians. After the completion of the bridge, the pedestrian crossing notice must pay half a penny, so there is a title of "half pence bridge". When night falls, the half-penny bridge will light up the yellow light, as if a golden curved bow lies on the quiet Li River, which is unique.
Temple Bar Pub

Temple Bar Pub

4.4/548 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Bar/Club
Open 24 hours (Local time)
The name of the Temple Bar makes many people mistakenly think that it is a bar. In fact, it refers to an area in the center of Dublin. This is the hinterland of Dublin's nightlife. On both sides of the staggered stone road, the distinctive bars are listed shoulder-to-shoulder. The authentic Guinness Stout, Baileys and whiskey are full of temptations for wine lovers.
St. Stephen's Green

St. Stephen's Green

4.4/578 Reviews
City Park
Monday-Saturday 7:30-Sunset, Sunday and public holidays 9:30-Sunset, Christmas 10:00-13:00. (Local time)
This once was a prime spot for watching public whippings, burnings and hangings. Today, it is a prime location to take in some sun or wander through elegantly landscaped gardens. One of three ancient parks within the city, St. Stephen's Green is an critical green space for residents. It boasts a meticulously maintained formal garden, with a special attraction of highly scented plants for the visually impaired. Throughout the beautiful grounds, you find statues and monuments created from granite and bronze. The park is framed by a major shopping district in Dublin and makes the perfect place to enjoy a rest from a day of browsing.
The Spire

The Spire

4.5/559 Reviews
Monument
Open 24 hours (Local time)
The Berlin Minaret is a monument to Dublin, the capital of Ireland. It is also known as the Monument to Light. It replaced the Nelson Memorial Column that was blown up by the 1966 Irish Republican Army and was completed in 2003. The Dublin Minaret symbolizes the renaissance of O'Connor Street and is designed by renowned British architects. The design philosophy is "a bridge between art and technology with elegance and energy and simplicity." The entire spire is hundreds of meters high. Looking in the distance, the light and shadow are reflected on the stainless steel tower, full of the power and beauty of the Nazi.
River Liffey

River Liffey

4.3/579 Reviews
River
Open 24 hours (Local time)
In 2011, a homeless man dived off the O'Connell Bridge into the the River Liffey to save his pet rabbit from drowning. Hundreds witnessed this occurrence and he became an instant celebrity. While most people don't swim in it - or dive into it - the Liffey is a well-loved waterway in Dublin. It flows east-west right through the center of the city and is lined with Quays, providing a lovely waterfront to walk along. On nice days, rowboats populate the river.
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