Get a surreal feel with a visit to Kilmainham Gaol, the largest unoccupied prison in Europe and has had many of Ireland’s foremost political figures pass through the cells including many who fought in the 1916 Easter Rising.
Also check out along the way: LimeTree Café, Irish National War Memorial Park.
Wander through the grounds of Dublin Castle and soak up the architecture that surrounds you. The Castle is steeped in history having been used a fortress, court and even a site of execution in its time.
Also check out along the way: Chester Beatty Museum, Molly Malone Statue, Whitefriar Street Church.
Trinity College is home to the Stunning Book of Kells and The Long Room Library, but that’s not all. Once inside it is gates, make sure to check out the various other top attractions like the Science Gallery, where science meets art.
Also check out along the way: Hacienda Bar, National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology, Freemason's Hall.
Just off from the main street and in a corner of Temple Bar, you will find Rory Gallagher’s corner. Up high on a bricked wall is an exact replica of the guitar which belonged to the iconic Irish singer.
Also check out along the way: The Meeting House Square, St. Michan's Church, Vintage Cocktail Club.
When leaving Merrion Park make sure to stop of at Swenys Pharmacy. The former 19th century pharmacy turned bookstore is one of the quirkiest shops in Dublin. Once visited by James Joyce, and listed as a location in his famous novel, Ulysses.
Also check out along the way: Oscar Wilde's House, The Gallery Shop Gift Shop, Trinity College Zoological Museum.
Take a trip through the Iveagh Gardens on your way back to us. Gifted to the state by the Guinness Family in 1865, it is an oasis of tranquillity and has its very own waterfall that flows over a rockery, made with stones collected from Ireland's 32 counties.
Also check out along the way: St. Valentine's Shrine, Brother Hubbard Café.