11-Day Ireland City Break in Dublin

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Embark on a memorable 11-day city break in Dublin, Ireland!

Ireland's vibrant capital, Dublin, is steeped in literary history and famous for its lively pubs. Explore the historic grounds of Trinity College, soak up live music in Temple Bar, and enjoy a pint of Guinness in a traditional Irish pub. With its rich cultural heritage and warm hospitality, Dublin offers a dynamic yet welcoming experience.

With this perfectly planned holiday package, you will experience the ultimate Dublin city break. This trip includes 10 nights in Dublin at one of the best hotels in the city. Let us take care of the details so you can fully enjoy all the attractions and activities the city has to offer. Whether you're seeking to discover the rich cultural heritage of Dublin or indulge in its delicious culinary scene, this holiday package has got you covered.

The home for your 11-day holiday in Dublin will be one of the city’s best hotels. You’ll choose from a great selection of places to stay, all conveniently located in downtown Dublin, close to many of the top attractions and best restaurants in the city. Dublin offers excellent hotels for every budget, ensuring travelers a fantastic city break. You can rest assured that we will always recommend the best available places to stay in the city.

During your vacation in Dublin, you'll get the chance to experience some of the best things to see and do in the city. Phoenix Park, St Stephen's Green, and Dublin Castle are only a few of the many spectacular attractions and sights you’ll find on your carefully planned travel itinerary.

Maximize your holiday experience in Dublin by customizing each day with exciting tours and tickets. Whether you're tracing the footsteps of history through iconic landmarks, savoring the rich flavors of Ireland's traditional cuisine, or uncovering the city's best-kept secrets on guided tours, Dublin promises an adventure tailored to every traveler's passion. With a diverse selection of immersive experiences to choose from, your time in Dublin is sure to be anything but ordinary.

Between sightseeing and activities, you will enjoy plenty of time to wander through Dublin's best shopping streets and markets. Let the unique souvenirs you find serve as fond reminders of your city break in Ireland.

This travel plan is designed to include everything you need to experience the best of Dublin. By booking this vacation package, you can avoid spending hours researching and planning your city break and jump straight to enjoying it. Let the experts take care of the details so you can relax and make the most of your time in Ireland.

To make sure the city break is fully tailored to your interests and preferences, you can easily customize each day of your journey. Our intuitive trip planning puts you in control, ensuring that every moment in Dublin reflects your unique travel style.

Book with us to get an expertly curated step-by-step travel itinerary and access to 24/7 personal travel support before, during, and after your city break in Dublin.

The best hotels, flights, activities, and tours in Dublin fill up quickly, so it's advisable to book your holiday package in advance. Select a date and start planning your city break in Dublin as early as today. Join us and discover the enchanting beauty of Dublin, Ireland!

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Aerial view of Dublin city center at sunset with River Liffey and Samuel Beckett bridge in the middle. Bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava.Dublin / 10 nights

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Photo of Phoenix park with a beautiful view, Dublin, Ireland.Phoenix Park
St Stephen's GreenSt Stephen's Green
Dublin CastleDublin Castle
Photo of the entrance to Dublin Zoo in the Phoenix park, Dublin. Opened in 1831 it covers an area of 28 hectares in the heart of Dublin City.Dublin Zoo
Photo of the St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland.St Patrick's Cathedral
Photo of Guinness Storehouse, Popular Tourist Attraction in Dublin, Ireland.Guinness Storehouse
Photo of Greenhouse in The National Botanic Garden in Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland.National Botanic Gardens
Photo of view of famous illuminated Ha Penny Bridge in Dublin, Ireland at sunset.Ha'penny Bridge
Photo of the Book of Kells exhibition at the library of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.Book of Kells
Photo of exterior view of the National Museum of Ireland .National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology
Molly Malone StatueMolly Malone Statue
Photo of beautiful Christ Church in the city center, Dublin.Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Irish Whiskey Museum, Royal Exchange A ED, Dublin, Dublin 2, County Dublin, Leinster, IrelandIrish Whiskey Museum
photo of A southeast view of Synod Hall, Dublin, Irland.Dublinia
photo of Natural History Museum Dublin, Ireland.Natural History Museum
photo of National museum of Ireland situated in the former Collins barracks, Dublin, IrlandNational Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History
photo ofThe Iveagh Gardens designed in mid-19th century by Ninian Niven, Dublin, IrelandIveagh Gardens
photo of North facade of the w:Irish Museum of Modern Art, seen from the formal garden Dublin, irland.Irish Museum of Modern Art
Trinity College Dublin, Mansion House A ED, Dublin, Dublin 2, County Dublin, Leinster, IrelandTrinity College Dublin
photo of Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, Irland.Chester Beatty Library
PHOTO OF Garden of Remembrance in the central Dublin, Ireland .Garden of Remembrance
PHOTO OF Irish National War Memorial Gardens .Irish National War Memorial Gardens
photo of the huge lane gallery Dublin Irland.Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
photo of Kilmainham Gaol (Irish: Príosún Chill Mhaighneann), first built in 1796, is a former prison, located in Kilmainham in Dublin, and played an important part in Irish history. Dublin, Irland.Kilmainham Gaol
Wellington MonumentWellington Monument
The Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story, North Dock C ED, Dublin, Dublin 1, County Dublin, Leinster, IrelandThe Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story
GAA Museum & Tours, Lovescharity, Ballybough B ED, Dublin, Dublin 3, County Dublin, Leinster, IrelandGAA Museum & Tours
Statue of Phil Lynott outside Bruxelles, Harry Street, Dublin.Phil Lynott Statue
James Joyce Statue
Papal Cross, Castleknock (part of Phoenix Park), Phoenix Park ED, Blanchardstown ED, Dublin, County Dublin, Dublin 8, Leinster, IrelandPapal Cross
Phoenix Park Monument, Castleknock (part of Phoenix Park), Phoenix Park ED, Blanchardstown ED, Dublin, County Dublin, Dublin 8, Leinster, IrelandPhoenix Park Monument
The Custom House, North Dock C ED, Dublin, Dublin 1, County Dublin, Leinster, IrelandThe Custom House

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Day 1

Day 1 – Dublin - arrival day

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  • Ha'penny Bridge
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Your exciting city break begins as soon as you arrive in the beautiful city of Dublin. You’ll stay in Dublin for 10 nights.

Kick off the day at Ha'penny Bridge, a top pick for today’s sightseeing. This footbridge is rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars in 13,278 reviews.

When the afternoon arrives, make your way to the hotel of your choice in downtown Dublin. Check-in at hotels in Ireland normally starts around 2 to 3 PM. Each accommodation option in Dublin offers a unique blend of comfort and style in addition to prime access to the city’s top attractions.

You have plenty of options for restaurants and bars in Dublin. So when you’re hungry or need a break from exploring, all you have to do is take your pick.

This popular restaurant holds , and offers an exceptional menu of cuisine. This acclaimed -recipient consistently leaves guests satisfied, ensuring an essential addition to your holiday itinerary. With a recognition, it promises an exceptional dining experience not to be missed. Don’t miss out on dining at Merchant's Arch, a top-rated dining destination in Dublin.

After your delicious meal, get a taste of the vibrant nightlife with a visit to Light House Cinema, known for its inviting atmosphere.

Celebrate the start of your 11-day city break in Dublin with a toast!

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Day 2

Day 2 – Dublin

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  • Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
  • Dublinia
  • St Patrick's Cathedral
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Wake up to day 2 of your vacation in Dublin. With 9 nights left, you'll have ample time to explore and savor all Dublin has to offer.

Make Christ Church Cathedral one of your first sightseeing stops in Dublin. Rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 9,563 travelers, a visit to this local attraction makes for a great introduction to the area.

Dublinia is a worthwhile attraction you can visit next. This museum is a valued place of interest in the area, with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from 5,800 reviews.

Today is also the perfect opportunity to drop by St Patrick's Cathedral. This anglican or episcopal cathedral has been rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 21,169 visitors.

You can learn more about Dublin today by going on a tour. Dublin offers many top-rated tours and unique experiences that will inspire you. You can browse and select your favorites below.

Before you know it, it’s time to head out for dinner. Treat yourself to a delicious meal at a nice restaurant in Dublin.

This renowned restaurant holds , and offers an exceptional menu of cuisine. This acclaimed -recipient consistently leaves guests satisfied, making it a must-visit during your holiday. With a recognition, it guarantees an exceptional dining adventure. Make sure to reserve a table at The Brazen Head, an iconic dining spot in Dublin. This culinary treasure and its outstanding menu have enchanted food enthusiasts from around the world.

Raise a toast and celebrate another memorable day in Dublin, Ireland!

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Day 3

Day 3 – Dublin

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  • Irish National War Memorial Gardens
  • Wellington Monument
  • Dublin Zoo
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On day 3 of your fun city break in Dublin, you’ll experience more of the best attractions and activities in the city. You now have 8 nights left in Dublin.

Take the opportunity to see Irish National War Memorial Gardens. This attraction has an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 2,260 visitors.

Wellington Monument is another sightseeing hotspot in the area. This sightseeing destination has been rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 1,727 travelers.

Dublin is also the home of Dublin Zoo. This zoo gets more than 1,105,005 visitors on an annual basis. Around 25,663 people have rated this zoo an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars.

Your discoveries in Dublin do not have to stop there. Check out the fantastic selection of tours and tickets offered in Dublin on this day of your trip. You can select your tours below.

After or in between exploring, treat yourself to a delicious meal at a nice restaurant in the city. Unwind and enjoy the local flavors and culinary delights while reflecting on the day's adventures.

Celebrated as a restaurant, it boasts an exceptional menu. This establishment consistently wows guests, making it a memorable stop during your holiday. Nestled in the city's heart, is a perfect choice for discerning cuisine enthusiasts seeking a new experience. Enjoy a sumptuous meal at The Stags Head, a highly-rated dining destination in Dublin.

Savor the memories of an amazing day in Dublin, Ireland!

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Day 4

Day 4 – Dublin

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  • Iveagh Gardens
  • Molly Malone Statue
  • Irish Whiskey Museum
  • Book of Kells
  • Trinity College Dublin
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As day 4 dawns in Dublin, embark on another day of exploration and adventure. Discover the city's vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, and captivating sights at your own pace. With 7 nights left, the possibilities for discovery are endless.

Start your sightseeing with a visit to Iveagh Gardens. This urban park is a popular stop on travelers’ itineraries in Dublin, with an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 3,956 visitors.

Molly Malone Statue is another popular place of interest you can visit today. The average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars from 11,774 reviews gives you an idea of other visitors’ experience at this attraction.

If it’s still bright and early, make your way to Irish Whiskey Museum. Visitors have rated this museum an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars in 6,081 reviews.

The Book of Kells Experience is another unique site you can experience today. This attraction is a codex rated an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars in 13,299 reviews.

Make your way to the fantastic Trinity College Dublin, perhaps the most famous university in Dublin. This attraction is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars by 4,032 travelers.

One of the most unique ways of discovering what else Dublin has to offer is by going on a top-rated tour. Be sure to check out all the experiences Dublin offers and add your favorites to your Ireland travel package below.

When it’s time to eat, Dublin has restaurants and bars to suit all budgets.

This renowned restaurant holds , and offers an exceptional menu of cuisine. This acclaimed -recipient consistently leaves guests satisfied, making it a must-visit during your holiday. With a recognition, it guarantees an exceptional dining adventure. Dine in style at Chapter One Restaurant, a top recommendation for dinner tonight.

Get some rest at your hotel in preparation for another wonderful day in Dublin to come!

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Day 5

Day 5 – Dublin

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  • Chester Beatty Library
  • Dublin Castle
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On day 5 of your city break, you will set out to discover Dublin, including some of the most amazing things to see and do in the city. You’ll stay 6 nights in Dublin and enjoy plenty of time for exploring.

A top pick for your self-guided sightseeing tour today is Chester Beatty. Previous visitors have rated this library an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars in 2,786 reviews.

Dublin Castle is a local recommendation that you also can pay a visit today. This sightseeing destination is rated an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars in 31,463 reviews.

If you have an appetite for more adventure, check out the fantastic selection of tours and tickets offered in Dublin on this day of your trip. You'll find the most recommended ones below.

When you’re ready for dinner, we recommend you try one of the best restaurants in Dublin.

This local establishment consistently satisfies guests, ensuring an unforgettable holiday experience. Known as a top-rated , it's a top choice in the city. Treat yourself to a delightful dinner at The Bank on College Green, highly recommended for tonight's dining.

As the day draws to a close, bask in the tranquility of Dublin by night. With memories made and adventures ahead, rest well and embrace the journey anew tomorrow.

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Day 6

Day 6 – Dublin

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  • Natural History Museum
  • National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology
  • Phil Lynott Statue
  • St Stephen's Green
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Rise and shine for day 6 of your city break in Dublin! Today, delve deeper into the city's offerings, from its iconic landmarks to its hidden gems. With 5 nights remaining, there's ample time to explore and uncover the heart of Dublin.

Make National Museum of Ireland - Natural History your first stop of the day. Previous visitors have rated this national museum an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars in 5,874 reviews. More than 108,615 people visit this place of interest every year.

Next up, make a stop at National Gallery of Ireland. With an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 11,174 visitors, it's easy to understand why so many people visit this art gallery every year.

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology is another attraction you can visit on this day of your vacation. This national museum has an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 12,321 visitors. Up to 370,965 travelers come to Dublin every year to see National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology with their own eyes.

When you’re finished at National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology, the perfect next stop is Phil Lynott Statue. This point of interest is rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars in 814 reviews.

If you’re keen to explore even more, then consider a visit to St Stephen's Green. This park is a top place to visit, with a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 29,521 reviews.

There are plenty of experiences you can choose from in Ireland that will add excitement to your vacation. When you’re keen to discover what else Dublin has in store for you, use this day to go on a tour. This tour allows curious travelers like you to experience the best of the country. You can make the most of your time in Ireland by scrolling down and selecting tours and activities to include on your itinerary for the day.

After a long day of sightseeing, try one of the best restaurants in Dublin.

This popular restaurant holds , and offers an exceptional menu of cuisine. This acclaimed -recipient consistently leaves guests satisfied, ensuring an essential addition to your holiday itinerary. With a recognition, it promises an exceptional dining experience not to be missed. Don’t miss out on dining at Café en Seine, a top-rated dining destination in Dublin.

Reflect on the adventures of the day as you unwind in the comfort of your hotel in Dublin. Tomorrow holds new possibilities and discoveries!

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Day 7

Day 7 – Dublin

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  • Kilmainham Gaol
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History
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Wake up to day 7 of your exciting city break in Dublin. You still have 4 nights left in Dublin, and we recommend that you spend this day relaxing, sightseeing, and dining at the most wonderful places the city has to offer. Here's how you can make the most of today!

Journey into the unknown at Kilmainham Gaol, a unique attraction awaiting your visit. This remarkable defunct prison has an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars from 1,819 reviews.

When you’re ready to continue your sightseeing, Irish Museum of Modern Art is a recommended place to visit. This art gallery is rated an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars in 4,134 reviews.

Another must-see attraction in Dublin is Guinness Storehouse. Rated an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars by 19,154 travelers, this popular tourist destination in Dublin offers an experience you will remember.

National Museum of Ireland-Decorative Arts & History is another popular stop on travelers' itineraries in Dublin. This art museum promises memorable moments of exploring. Other travelers have rated this attraction 4.6 out of 5 stars in 5,309 reviews. Each year, approximately 313,790 people travel to visit National Museum of Ireland-Decorative Arts & History.

To do something one-of-a-kind on this day of your trip, you can join a tour. You can discover all of the most fun and eye-opening experiences in your destination below and secure your spot here.

Exploring can easily make you lose track of time. Make sure to grab something to eat and use this opportunity to learn more about Dublin's food culture.

This -awardee earns consistently high praises from previous guests, making it a must-visit addition to your holiday experience. This awardee is a highly recommended choice for an unforgettable meal. Make sure to reserve a table at FX Buckley Steakhouse Temple Bar, an iconic dining spot in Dublin. This culinary treasure and its outstanding menu have enchanted food enthusiasts from around the world.

Raise your glass and relax after another amazing day in Dublin, Ireland.

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Day 8

Day 8 – Dublin

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  • Phoenix Park
  • Papal Cross
  • Phoenix Park Monument
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Get ready for another exciting day in Dublin on day 8 of your city break! From historical sites to modern attractions, there's something for everyone to enjoy. With 3 nights ahead, make the most of your time and create unforgettable memories in Dublin.

Begin your sightseeing with a visit to Phoenix Park. This extraordinary park is rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 37,298 visitors.

Next, make your way to Papal Cross. This top attraction is a point of interest with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 401 visitors.

We also recommend a visit to The Phoenix Monument. This point of interest is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars by 269 travelers.

Immerse yourself in the local scene through top-rated tours and activities. You can choose from a wide variety of easy to challenging tours and easily add them to your travel package below.

After a full day of exploring, we recommend you try one of the best places to eat in Dublin. Enjoy the local flavors, unwind, and reflect on the day's adventures.

Renowned for its , this restaurant presents an outstanding menu of cuisine. This distinguished -recipient is a favorite among guests, making it a worthy addition to your holiday plans. With an acclaim, it promises a dining experience you won't want to miss. Treat yourself to a delicious dinner at Mr Fox, an excellent option for tonight's dining. With its reputation for pleasing customers, it’s a fantastic choice for tonight in Dublin.

No matter where in Dublin you end up, an amazing evening of relaxation and enjoyment is guaranteed.

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Day 9

Day 9 – Dublin

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  • GAA Museum & Tours
  • National Botanic Gardens
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Wake up to day 9 of your vacation in Dublin. With 2 nights left, you'll have ample time to explore and savor all Dublin has to offer.

Be one of the day’s first visitors at GAA Museum & Tours. This museum is rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 1,006 visitors.

When you’re finished at GAA Museum & Tours, head to National Botanic Gardens. This one-of-a-kind botanical garden is rated an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars in 15,718 reviews.

Don’t forget to check out all the popular tours and activities you can add to your travel plan. Ireland is a beautiful travel destination that offers plenty of unique tours that will enhance your vacation experience. Explore and select your activities below.

Exploring the most popular attractions in Ireland can make you lose track of time. Be sure to grab something to eat at one of the best restaurants in Dublin.

Esteemed for its , this restaurant offers a remarkable selection of cuisine. This esteemed -recipient consistently impresses guests, making it a must-visit spot during your holiday. With its recognition, it guarantees an unforgettable dining adventure. Savor the flavors at Porterhouse Temple Bar, a top pick for dinner tonight.

Wind down and recharge for tomorrow's escapades in Dublin, Ireland. With each day comes new experiences to cherish and enjoy.

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Day 10

Day 10 – Dublin

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  • The Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story
  • The Custom House
  • Garden of Remembrance
  • Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
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On day 10 of your fun city break in Dublin, you’ll experience more of the best attractions and activities in the city. You now have 1 night left in Dublin.

Kick off the day at The Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story, a top pick for today’s sightseeing. This museum is rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars in 1,312 reviews.

Today is also your chance to visit The Custom House. The Custom House is a sightseeing destination with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from 258 reviews.

Garden of Remembrance is another top attraction we highly recommend you visit today. This memorial is rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 2,560 visitors.

Beyond the attractions mentioned above, you also have the opportunity to visit Hugh Lane Gallery. This art museum is rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 2,644 visitors.

To immerse yourself in more memorable moments in Dublin, check out the best-rated tours the region offers. You can discover and choose from all of the top-rated activities you can do on this day in Dublin below.

You have plenty of options for restaurants and bars in Dublin. So when you’re hungry or need a break from exploring, all you have to do is take your pick.

Esteemed as a restaurant, it features an exceptional menu. This venue consistently impresses guests, making it a standout addition to your holiday plans. Located in the heart of the city, is an ideal pick for cuisine lovers seeking top-notch culinary experiences. Treat yourself to a wonderful meal at The Old Storehouse Bar and Restaurant, a top-rated dining spot in Dublin.

Raise a toast and celebrate another memorable day in Dublin, Ireland!

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Day 11

Day 11 – Dublin - departure day

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  • James Joyce Statue
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Your city break in Dublin is coming to an end, and it's soon time to say goodbye to the city. Before you leave, make sure to capture a few last moments to cherish your rejuvenating vacation in Ireland.

Depending on how much time you have to spare on your departure day, you may want to do some last-minute shopping or sightseeing. Downtown Dublin offers excellent shopping opportunities and is the perfect place to browse for souvenirs and gifts to bring home. Take a walk and discover unique items you can purchase to remind you of your city break in Dublin.

If you can catch a later flight today, we recommend visiting some of the attractions you may not yet have had the time to explore. This extra time will let you discover more iconic landmarks and hidden gems in Dublin.

James Joyce Statue is an attraction you could visit on your last day in Dublin. This point of interest has an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars from 542 visitors.

Before you conclude your city break in Dublin, drop by a top-rated restaurant for your last chance at a memorable dining experience in the city. Savor the destination's vibrant atmosphere over a delicious meal.

If you look forward to a delicious meal, consider a top-rated restaurant like PHX Bistro. This restaurant is rated at an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 1,038 customers.

As you conclude your city break in Dublin, treasure the memories you've made. May they accompany you on your journey homeward while carefully planned travel arrangements ensure your safe return. It's time to say, "See you later, Dublin!" and travel onwards.

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