Lying on the River Liffey, Dublin is a colourful city all-year round with countless attractions for you to visit on a coach holiday.
There are endless sightseeing opportunities in the city, from famous landmarks such as Dublin Castle and the statue of Molly Malone to the famous Spire on O’Connell Street.
The fair city of Dublin
You can also visit the Guinness Storehouse, which tells the story of the ‘Black Stuff’ from humble origins to global brand and also enjoy a taste of the local whisky in The Old Jameson distillery. For avid sports fans, Dublin also offers two of the largest stadiums in Europe. If you’re lucky enough you may be able to catch a Six Nations International match at the Aviva Stadium or enjoy a tour of the home of the Gaelic Games at the Croke Park Experience.
When you visit Dublin it’s easy to understand why it is often described as the city that never sleeps. In the day Grafton Street remains the hub of activity with plenty of high street stores and designer boutiques, whilst in the evening the party atmosphere of Temple Bar is truly irresistible. If you’re looking for some respite away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre then Phoenix Park is a great place to relax or enjoy an afternoon in Dublin Zoo. Alternatively relax by the graceful fountains and waterfall in Iveagh Gardens.
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