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Jameson Distillery Group Bow St. Experience
Jameson Distillery Group Bow St. Experience...
Belvedere Irish Night
Belvedere Irish Night...
Half Day Private Walking Tour
Half Day Private Walking Tour...
Belvedere Irish Night: Dinner, Show & Transfers
Belvedere Irish Night: Dinner, Show & Transfers...
Full-day Group Tour to the Cliffs of Moher
Full-day Group Tour to the Cliffs of Moher...
Walking Tour with Entrance to the Book of Kells
Walking Tour with Entrance to the Book of Kells...
Whiskey Cocktail Group Making Class
Whiskey Cocktail Group Making Class...
Whiskey Blending Group Master Class
Whiskey Blending Group Master Class...
Full-day Group Tour to Giant’s Causeway & Belfast
Full-day Group Tour to Giant’s Causeway & Belfast...
Full-day Tour to Kilkenny, Wicklow Mountains & Glendalough
Full-day Tour to Kilkenny, Wicklow Mountains & Glendalough...
Belvedere Irish Night with Dinner
Belvedere Irish Night with Dinner...
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Dublin Trip Planner

Dublin's most fascinating tour collections and experiences. Plan a Perfect Trip to Dublin

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The mysterious land of castles and leprechauns, wonderful Ireland is, indeed, the enigma you would like to discover! And you will definitely find no better place to start your journey than Dublin. The magnificent Irish capital ideally reflects the national character, embodied in the wonderful historic legacy and, above all, the genuine locals who radiate the undisguised pride of their country. Founded by the Vikings in the 9th century, Dublin primarily attracts visitors by its outstanding architectural ensemble imbued with the medieval spirit. Enjoy a peaceful walk around the inspiring winding streets, witness the grandeur of the Dublin Castle and the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, relax at the enormous Phoenix Park, and organize a museum-day as Dublin has a lot of venues for a deeper history immersion. One more distinctive Dublin feature, alongside the great legacy, is, of course, the traditional bustling Irish pubs, perfect for social interaction coupled with the famous Irish whiskey or beer degustations. Sounds like a great experience?

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Travel to Dublin with an itinerary created by experts

Are you thinking about booking a trip to Dublin? Have you planned your Dublin trip itinerary already? If you are still searching for the right trip for you, browse our collection of best Dublin trips 2021 and select the one that appeals the most. Is it a classic summer tour you're looking to chase, or wishing to explore the cultural side of the city? Whichever ideas you have for your Dublin itinerary, we're sure you can make them come to life with Dublin Trip Planner and the experts behind it.

Ireland in a Nutshell Private tour template

Ireland in a Nutshell

8 days|5 cities|Private tour template

The Best of Atlantic Way and Dublin Private tour template

The Best of Atlantic Way and Dublin

8 days|4 cities|Private tour template

Essence of Ireland Private tour template

Essence of Ireland

7 days|3 cities|Private tour template

Heritage of Ireland Private tour template

Heritage of Ireland

7 days|4 cities|Private tour template

Best of Dublin & Galway Private tour template

Best of Dublin & Galway

7 days|2 cities|Private tour template

Treasures of London, Edinburgh & Dublin Private tour template

Treasures of London, Edinburgh & Dublin

11 days|3 cities|Private tour template

 Ireland of the Beaten Track Small group tour

Ireland of the Beaten Track

10 days|7 cities|Small group tour

Things to see in Dublin

Explore the best of the Ireland capital by visiting the unmissable attractions of the city. Dublin attractions are world-famous and will make any trip to Ireland unforgettable. Here are some of the most popular places to visit in Dublin:
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • Dublin Castle
  • Temple Bar
  • Guinness Storehouse Factory
  • The Spire of Dublin
  • Phoenix Park
  • Trinity College Library
  • The National Museum of Ireland

Build Multi-Destination Trips from Dublin

Our trip planner is the best way to build complex itineraries and discover more cities around the world on a single trip. Hence, if you are creating your Dublin itinerary from scratch, you might need some inspiration where to go next - we are ready to help. Here are our most popular destinations to add after or before Dublin.

College in Cork
College in Cork
The second largest city in Ireland holds remnants of Vikings' walls and breathes medieval atmosphere.
Galway Cathedral
Galway Cathedral
Vibrant Galway is Ireland's festive heart: numerous festivals and celebrations are held in this beautiful city.
Killarney Streets
Killarney Streets
Killarney's history, natural heritage, and location on the Ring of Kerry draw crowds of tourist to this magnificent city.

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F.A.Q about Dublin Travel
Planning your first time trip to Dublin? Here's what you might need to know:
Is it safe to travel to Dublin?
In general, Dublin is a very safe city. But as in any other European capital city, you should be vigilant and always keep your belongings safe. Avoid staying on the street in bad areas late at night, especially if you're alone and there's nobody near.... Read more
Is Dublin an expensive place to visit?
Many travelers visit Dublin because of its vibrancy, active nightlife, and tourist attractions which makes the city a top destination. However, Dublin can be quite expensive (especially food and alcohol). But if you are to spend only a few days here, it won't ruin your budget.... Read more
What's the best time to plan a trip to Dublin?
The Irish rain has become some sort of stereotype, making visitors hold off on planning trips until summer. But in reality, the best time to visit Dublin is April - May when the spring starts to bloom with minimum tourist crowds. October can be a great time as well, just before the temperature goes down.... Read more
How many days should I visit Dublin for?
With only a week in total, we'd recommend spending one day in Dublin. If you're planning to spend up to 2 weeks in Ireland, then two days in Dublin will be the perfect amount to get a taste of the city. When you're in Ireland for 3 weeks or more, you can safely spend more time in the city.... Read more