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Our ferry takes you from Liverpool right into the beautiful city of Dublin
And you don’t need to go any further to find everything from brilliant attractions and a fascinating history to the warm welcome you’re sure to receive.
There’s an abundance of creativity, recognised in its status as a UNESCO City of Literature. The Dublin Writers Museum celebrates the city’s literary history and is a must-see attraction, along with the variety of theatres and art galleries.
The Guinness Storehouse remains one of the most popular museums. Housed in an amazing building the attraction takes you through the history of Ireland’s famous drink. So if you’re going to have a pint of the black stuff, this is the place to go.
The Science Gallery is among the museums that are popular with the whole family. This exciting exhibition shows how science is applied to everything around us, including robots that create art. The National Museum of Ireland takes a more traditional look at decorative arts and history but is no less impressive.
Getting around this compact city is easy. We think the best way to see the sights is by foot – that way you won’t miss anything. Phoenix Park is one of the largest city parks in Europe. It has sports fields, a visitor centre and even a herd of deer, so we’re sure you’ll find the perfect spot to relax. There’s also the area around Trinity College and St Stephen’s Green where you could lose yourself for hours – treat yourself to lunch in one of the great little eateries in this area.
As the sun goes down the party in Dublin really begins and a trip here wouldn’t be complete without a visit to a real old traditional pub. And where better than the Brazen Head pub, dating back to 1198 with great Irish food and wonderful music? If you love music you should also check out The Button Factory.
Artists from all walks of life descend on the city during September and October for Dublin’s festival season, during this time you can be dazzled by contemporary art, music and dance, fashion, literature, open houses and not forgetting beer.
So book your ferry today and enjoy the craic in Dublin.