Dublin has a wide range of attractions from historic to modern! Best explored by foot, Dublin is compact and easy to navigate. Some of the most popular tourist destinations within the city include: The Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Whiskey Distillery, Dublin Castle, Phoenix Park (and Dublin Zoo for the kids!), and you can even catch a glimpse of the Book of Kells in Trinity College’s grounds.
Daly’s is the perfect place to enjoy the more traditional cráic at the end of a day in the “big smoke” and is only a 35 minute drive to the centre of Dublin City, leaving you plenty of time to have a hearty Irish breakfast and be back in time for a catch of the day after a full day of exploring.
All travel times are by car and approximate.
The Village of Slane is packed full of things to see and do, including the world-famous concert venue Slane Castle, that has hosted some of the most iconic names in the industry including U2, David Bowie, Queen, and Bob Dylan!Find out more
The Hill of Tara was once the ancient capital of Ireland. It was here that the King of Ireland was decided. Legend says that stone called the Lia Fail cried out when the true King touched the stone.Find out more
Funtasia has even more to offer than their Pirate Coves Waterpark! From the Bowling Alley, the Climbing Wall, the Lizard Zoo, and Crazy Golf it really is a family wonderland under one roof.Find out more