Dublin

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Dublin

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Ireland’s capital is alive with a rich literary tradition, friendly residents and a respect for all things rebellious.

Where to stay in Dublin

Old Jameson Distillery showing interior views, a bar and heritage elements

City Centre Dublin

4.5/5(942 area reviews)

St. Stephen's Green and Croke Park are a few top attractions in City Centre Dublin. Hop around the city on the metro at Jervis Station or Dominick Tram Stop and check out the area's fantastic nightlife, fascinating museums, and great live music.

City Centre Dublin
Temple Bar which includes signage, a city and heritage architecture

Temple Bar

4.5/5(24 area reviews)

Dublin's cultural hub boasts institutions like the Irish Film Institute and Temple Bar Gallery, while offering vibrant nightlife with various nightclubs, pubs, and restaurants. Explore Meetinghouse Square and Temple Bar Square during your stay.

Temple Bar
Howth featuring a bay or harbor

Howth

Occupying a picturesque peninsula, this affluent Dublin suburb boasts coastal paths, golf courses, and a busy fishing port. Explore the Cliff Path Loop, visit Howth Castle, and enjoy easy access to the city via DART rail.

Howth
Aviva Stadium showing modern architecture, heritage architecture and a garden

Ballsbridge

4.5/5(60 area reviews)

Many diplomatic residences are located in this affluent Dublin area. The neighborhood offers Herbert Park for leisure and iconic sights like the cylindrical U.S. embassy. Accessible by bus routes and DART train stations.

Ballsbridge
Christ Church Cathedral featuring religious elements, interior views and a church or cathedral