Top things to do while staying in Dublin
There are a few top things to do in Ireland that are a must. If natural attractions are your number one priority then the Cliffs of Moher and the Giants Causeway are a must see. Both are stunning and unusual to say the least. If Ancient history is a priority for you then a visit to one of the neolithic passage tombs is a must. Newgrange is the best known example but this has become very touristic and I personally feel that it has lost some of its authenticity. Loughcrew is a fine example of a passage tomb and you get to explore and discover its secrets by flashlight! If Medieval castles are top of your list then a visit to the rock of Cashel and Blarney castle must be a high priority and I would also highly recommend Trim castle. We do our best to supply interesting and full itineraries on each and every day tour and to bring you to destinations that should be top of every ones list when visiting Ireland. Irish day tours
I would like to make a few suggestions of Iconic destinations in Dublin that shouldn’t be missed
The national Museum of Ireland– Archaeology. This is free and a must for anybody visiting this city, It houses a diverse range of artefacts from bog bodies to Celtic bronze and gold. Surprisingly there is a small Egyptian area inclusive of Mummies. I highly recommend this for individuals and Families, a great way to spend a few hours.
The Chester Beatty Library. This is rated by Lonely planet as not just the finest library in Ireland but one of the best in Europe. it is also free so make sure to give it a visit.
Kilmainham Jail : This is a must for anyone visiting the city of Dublin. Kilmainham Jail has been a jail through the ages, housed revolutionaries and seen atrocities. This is a fascinating and interesting place.