Plan your Visit

Visiting Dublin?

Dublin is a charming, bustling city with so much to do. Whether your interest is sport, history, art or literature, whether you want to follow a heritage trail, visit a zoo, eat in a castle or follow in the footsteps of Dublin’s many musical greats, there’s something for everyone in Dublin! See a full list of visitor attractions here  and plan your trip today.

Tourist Information

Discover Ireland Centre offer free maps and guides to Dublin, as well as best advice on what to do while in the capital. Visit the experts on Dublin at:

  • Discover Ireland Centre, Suffolk Street, Dublin 2
  • Official Dublin Tourist Office, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
  • Official Dublin Tourist Office, Terminal 1, Dublin Airport
  • Community Tourist Office, County Hall, Marine Road, Dunlaoghaire

Download the Visit Dublin App for more information. Purchase the Dublin Pass Sightseeing Card for great savings.

Tours

City Sightseeing Dublin

There is no better way to see Dublin than the City Sightseeing tour. Friendly staff will guide you through multi-lingual commentary or a live guide, ensuring that sightseeing has never been so much fun! Hop On and Hop Off as much as you like at any of the bus stops on the route and see all the best sights and attractions that Dublin has to offer. Stops include Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle and National Museums. City Sightseeing also offers a special after dark alternative on their City By Night Tour. The tour takes in the elegant houses in Georgian Dublin and the spectacular newly developed Docklands, truly beautifully lit at night. 

Sorry, tours won’t be operating on St. Patrick’s Day.

Other Tours: www.vikingsplash.ie, www.walkingtours.ie, www.daytours.ie, www.paddywagontours.com,
www.daytourcompany.com, www.kennedycarr.com,
Ghostbus Tour & North / South Coastal Tour

Support and Assistance

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The Irish Tourist Assistance Service is free a specialist service, offering immediate support and assistance to tourists who experience crime, while visiting Ireland.