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Sample Dublin Travel Itinerary

A Perfect Mix of Education, Irish Culture and Soft Activity

Experience Gaelic Games

A crucial part of any Dublin Travel Itinerary!

Experience the UNESCO recognised global cultural asset that is the oldest and fastest field sport in the world, the great game of Hurling. This is an experience that can't be tried anywhere else in the world. Exclusive visitor attraction in the heart of the local community in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast. Don't miss out!

Croke Park Museum

The national stadium of Ireland and headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association.

A brilliant stadium tour which gives an insight into the GAA and its crucial role in Irish history. Other options include a skyline tour.

Some other brilliant options

This year, we are delighted to be included in Carroll’s Irish Gifts’ list of things to do in Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day. Carroll’s is an instantly recognisable Irish brand both at home and abroad, known for celebrating Irish culture all year round. For the St. Patrick’s Day, they created a list of some of the best ways to truly immerse yourself in Dublin culture – from Gaelic football to Dublin seafood to walking in the footsteps of St. Patrick himself. For everyone paying a visit to Ireland’s capital this year, the list is a must-save, and we’re excited to be included. You can check out the rest of the activities here, and be sure to book your group’s place with us early to avoid disappointment.

On top of this list, here are some other Dublin travel itinerary ideas. Dublin is such a magical place so make sure to explore it while you’re here!

With over 1.5 million people buried there, including Michael Collins and leading members of Ireland’s history. A must visit and only 10 minute walk from us.

With almost 1 million visitors yearly, a beautiful location for a walk, photo, coffee or meeting.

The wild lights, Dublin Zoo, Áras an Uachtaráin and Europe’s largest city park. Beautiful trails, cafes and photo opportunities.

No words needed. A nice pint to go with a stunning view of Dublin City.

Mixing culture, craic and a few pints of Guinness, this is a perfect location to meet new people and experience a vibrant part of Dublin.

Discover such a crucial topic from Ireland’s history at the GPO 1916 museum – the 1916 Rising.

A vibrant college in the heart of Dublin, containing the Book of Kells. A lovely walk and photo opportunity or somewhere to sit with a coffee in the sun.

Dublin Castle is one of the city’s most historical attractions. Built in 1204 it is one of the oldest surviving buildings in the city.

The beautiful shopping street in Dublin. Visit at Christmas for some lovely Christmas lights and talented buskers.

A place of worship, a visitor attraction and a place where many events are hosted. Ireland’s largest church.

Late night bars and a natural progression onto Harcourt Street for any visitors interested in having a beverage or three!

The original Bow Street Distillery. Based in Smithfield Dublin which is a beautiful square containing pubs like the Cobblestone.

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