Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Dublin is known for its pubs and Guinness beer. The centre of the city is cut in half by the Liffey River. In the southern part, you will find the majority of points of interest including Trinity College and Dublin Castle.
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Where is located the Port of Dublin Cruise TerminalThe port of Dublin is 2 km from the centre of the city. Ships usually dock at Alexandra Pier. Smaller boats can go up the River Liffey.
Travelling around the Dublin Cruise Port
Shuttles are usually offered by the cruise line (cost to be expected) and drop you at the Tinity College. The majority of points of interest are within walking distance of Trinity College.
Buses and trams are also available.
Activities in Dublin
The Dublin pass includes several activities and the multi-stop bus route.
A happy mix of Norman, Gothic and Victorian style.
Built in honour of the patron saint of the Irish, it is one of the oldest Christian sites in Ireland.
You can visit the state apartments.
Residence of the Talbot family from 1185 to 1973. One of ireland’s oldest and most historic castles.
Beautiful country residence and the highest fall in Ireland.
Ruins of a monastery
One of the largest unoccupied prisons in Europe. Located 3.5 km from the center of the city. It explains the political and criminal history of the prison.
The oldest university in Ireland. In the old bookstore, you can see the manuscript of the Book of Keels, a masterpiece of Irish Christianity. The queue can be long. In the afternoon, there is usually a lull.
In the centre, near Tinity College, you will find the pavilions of archaeology and natural science. The History and Decorative Arts Pavilion is located on Benburb Street near the tram. Free
In the old brewery, learn all about the history and making of this legendary beer. Guests can enjoy a pint of Guinness and the view at gravity bar at the end of your visit. Tickets are cheaper online.
Discover the charm of an Irish farm with its sheep and ponies.