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  • Trinity College – travel to this historical college outside of Dublin to see the ancient Book of Kells


  • Shopping on Grafton Street
  • Irish Dance performance – one of the most fun things we did in Dublin. Exciting and interactive and includes dinner!
  • Dublin Castle – take in the ancient Celtic vibe
  • Chester Beatty Library
  • Creative Corner – a hip area of town just south of Temple Bar
  • Ely wine bar
  • Library bar
  • Camden Street
  • Queen of Tarts Café
  • Powerscourt Townhouse markets and restaurants
  • Bewleys Cafe for coffee
  • Dublin National Gallery
  • Irish whiskey museum
  • Brick Alley Café 
  • Ha’Penny Bridge
  • Temple Bar – there is the famous “Temple Bar” on the corner but any of the other bars in the Temple Bar area are just as authentic (and cheaper!)
  • Klaw seafood restaurant
  • Celtic Nights Show at the Arlington Hotel
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral – the largest church in Ireland found in 1191
  • Newgrange farm – we spent a day visiting this farm, hanging out with animals, learning about agricultural history in Dublin, and learning from some of the nicest people

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  • Jameson Distillery
  • Guinness Storehouse – test your bartender skills and learn about Guinness’s longstanding popularity in Ireland
  • King John’s Castle in Carlingford – spend a sunny day exploring the ruins of a Celtic dynasty
  • Christ Church Cathedral – the second medieval cathedral Dublin has to offer
  • Belfast – take a trip to this quaint town that is the birthplace of the Titanic and remember to eat at St. George’s Market, the last Victorian market in Northern Ireland
  • Avoca Wool Shop – your one stop shop for authentic and incredibly warm wool clothing



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