Co vidět a dělat v Dublinu

Irské národní muzeum – Archeologie a historie


The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and History is the national repository for all archaeological objects found in Ireland. This museum houses over 2,000,000 artefacts which range in date between 7000BC and the late medieval period. Exhibitions include the finest collection of prehistoric gold artefacts in western Europe, outstanding examples of metalwork from the Celtic Iron Age, as well as the Museum’s world-renowned collection of medieval ecclesiastical objects and jewellery. The Broighter Hoard,the Ardagh Chalice, the Tara Brooch and Derrynaflan Hoard are among the masterpieces on display. The Museum also houses a rich collection of Egyptian material and an historical exhibition which deals with the political background and events which culminated in the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in 1921.

Irské národní muzeum – Archeologie a historie – ubytování poblíž
  • Kildare Street
Divadlo Gaiety


Since the glamorous night of its opening on 27 November 1871, with the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland as Guest of Honour and a double bill of Goldsmith’s evergreen comedy She Stoops to Conquer followed by the tuneful burlesque La Belle Sauvage, the Gaiety Theatre has remained true to the vision of its founders in presenting the highest quality musical and dramatic entertainment. As Dublin’s longest-established theatre in continuous production, the Gaiety triumphantly maintains its unrivalled presence as the city’s premier venue for popular musical shows, opera, ballet, dance and drama.

Divadlo Gaiety – ubytování poblíž
  • South King Street
Dublinské zoo


With almost a million visitors every year, Dublin Zoo is one of the city’s most popular attractions. And why wouldn’t it be, with a fabulous array of birds, reptiles, giraffes, ostriches, white rhinos, lions and even gorillas – all spread over 28 glorious hectares of Phoenix Park. Its famous tearooms were built in 1898, and have since been joined by the Meerkat Restaurant!

Dublinské zoo – ubytování poblíž
  • Phoenix Park
Stadion Croke Park

Stadiony a arény

Ireland’s dynamic national games are Gaelic football and hurling. And the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is Croke Park in the suburb of Drumcondra. After an enormous €260-million redevelopment, it’s now Europe’s fourth-largest stadium with a capacity of more than 80,000. It’s also a major music venue, hosting bands such as U2, The Script and One Direction.

Stadion Croke Park – ubytování poblíž
  • Clonliffe Road
St. Stephen's Green


St. Stephen's Green is an inner-city public park in Dublin, Ireland. The park is within the city centre, adjoining the nearby shopping area of Grafton Street. The park is rectangular, surrounded by streets that once formed major traffic arteries through Dublin city centre, although traffic management changes implemented in 2004 have greatly reduced the volume of traffic.

St. Stephen's Green – ubytování poblíž
  • St. Stephen's Green
Katedrála sv. Patrika

Důležitá místa

It’s Ireland’s largest church with a 43-metre high spire. And that’s not its only claim to fame: the satirist, Jonathan Swift, author of “Gulliver’s Travels”, was Dean here from 1713 to 1745. Built in the Gothic style, it was completed in 1191, though the Lady Chapel was added around 1270. For the perfect acoustic treat, take time out to listen to some organ music here.

Katedrála sv. Patrika – ubytování poblíž
  • St. Patrick's Close
Dublinský hrad


There’s been an occupied castle on the same site in the city centre since 1204 AD – so imagine how much history it’s seen! The nucleus of British rule in Ireland until 1922, it now hosts state dinners and international conferences. The lavish “state apartments” are open to the public by guided tour. You might even recognise them as the backdrops of some major movies.

Dublinský hrad – ubytování poblíž
  • Dame Street
Grand Canal

Důležitá místa

The Grand Canal is the southernmost of a pair of canals that connect Dublin, in the east of the country, with the River Shannon in the west, the two canals nearly encircling Dublin's inner city. Its sister canal on the Northside of Dublin is the Royal Canal. In 1960 the last cargo boat passed through the Grand Canal.

Grand Canal – ubytování poblíž

Oblíbená místa

Ballsbridge is a suburb of Dublin, Ireland, named for the bridge spanning the River Dodder on the south side of the city. The sign on the bridge still proclaims it as "Ball's Bridge" in recognition of the fact that the original bridge in this location was built and owned by a Mr. Ball.

Ballsbridge – ubytování poblíž
  • Ballsbridge
Stadion Aviva

Stadiony a arény

Lansdowne Road, which had a capacity of 49,000 for rugby and 36,000 when converted to an all seater stadium for major soccer matches, is the World's oldest international stadium.

Stadion Aviva – ubytování poblíž
  • Lansdowne Road
Temple Bar

Oblíbená místa

Popular tourist area in Dublin city centre with lots of bars and resturaunts.

Temple Bar – ubytování poblíž
  • Temple Bar
Harcourt Street


Just when you think the party spirit’s dying down, you end up on Harcourt Street. This half-kilometre stretch off St Stephen’s Green is home to a glut of clubs that are favoured by students, shift workers and general late-night revellers. After a summer gig in the Iveagh Gardens, try Coppers or Krystle to keep the party mood going.

Harcourt Street – ubytování poblíž
Temple Bar

Restaurants And Bars

Temple Bar’s mix of medieval streetscape and modern cultural quarter is a big hit with international visitors. The area’s colourful collection of pubs adds to the charm – and the boisterous vibe. With live music and late opening hours pretty much standard, you can’t help but get caught up in the revelry of classic bars like Gogarty’s and The Auld Dubliner.

Temple Bar – ubytování poblíž
Grafton Street


When the retailers of Dublin’s prime shopping street close for the day, the side-street pubs around it are just getting going. Pop into Kehoe’s for a smooth pint in a genuine old pub setting or try The International comedy bar for a giggle. If you’re a true rocker, swing by Bruxelles to pay tribute to Thin Lizzy singer Phil Lynott – his statue stands right outside the bar.

Grafton Street – ubytování poblíž
George's Street


As you stroll along George’s Street by day, there’s much to admire about its well-kept Victorian shop fronts. By night, its diversity of eateries, pubs and clubs is equally satisfying. Take your pick from the quaint, old-world vibes of The Long Hall pub, the disco-thump of the rainbow-flagged George nightclub or the music-free, chatter-filled Market tapas bar.

George's Street – ubytování poblíž
Merrion Row


Who’s up for a classic pub crawl? Merrion Row’s watering holes are a renowned haunt for politicians, journalists and celebrities. You’ll spot all three mingling in the Shelbourne Hotel’s glitzy Horseshoe Bar. Football and rugby fans fuel up for a big match at Doheny & Nesbitt, while O’Donoghue’s traditional Irish music sessions are the stuff of legend.

Merrion Row – ubytování poblíž
Vicar Street

Restaurants And Bars

This intimate club is a favoured spot for top music and comedy acts. Bob Dylan and Neil Young have played legendary “secret gigs” at Vicar Street, while Irish comic Tommy Tiernan once completed a 104-night run here. The bar’s often packed, so head to nearby Arthur’s for a few pints before show time – it’s the closest pub to the Guinness brewery.

Vicar Street – ubytování poblíž
The Grand Social

Restaurants And Bars

If you like the idea of eclectic music in circus-chic surroundings, roll up for The Grand Social. Under its tented roof, a splendid time is guaranteed for all. You can catch live bands upstairs, plump for electro-ska club nights downstairs or watch the world go by in the front bar – it looks onto Dublin’s iconic Ha’penny Bridge.

The Grand Social – ubytování poblíž
JJ Smyth’s

Restaurants And Bars

Three hundred years of craic. The name has changed over time, but this site has housed a pub since 1734! Today, you can soak up the old-time vibes and raise a glass to Irish poet Thomas Moore (he was born upstairs), then kick back to the smooth sounds of top jazz and blues bands. You’ll also make fast friends with chatty Dubs over a few scoops.

JJ Smyth’s – ubytování poblíž
The Button Factory

Restaurants And Bars

There’s no hiding place for performers here. Soulful acoustic balladeers, beat-busting DJs and ear-ringing metal bands all meet the whites of their audiences’ eyes in this tiny venue. Whether you like to discover unknown acts or mingle with strangers, you’ll fit right in with the friendly, tight-knit crowd at The Button Factory.

The Button Factory – ubytování poblíž
Cobblestone Pub

Restaurants And Bars

Jigs, reels and whatever you’re having. Set on Smithfield’s old market square, the cosy Cobblestone is the genuine home of traditional music in Dublin. It’s run by a family of fiddlers and uilleann pipers, so you’re guaranteed a proper session. Pop in any night of the week for everything from sean-nós singing to bluegrass hoedowns.

Cobblestone Pub – ubytování poblíž
The Wright Venue

Restaurants And Bars

Can’t get enough of clubbin’ in Dublin? This three-tier club is only ten minutes from the airport, so you can party until late and still catch your flight home. The main floor hosts top DJs like Nicky Romero and special guests such as Rihanna. If you fancy some VIP treatment, try the roof terrace for 5-star champagne and private cabanas.

The Wright Venue – ubytování poblíž

Restaurants And Bars

Put simply, this is the home of live music in Dublin. Countless local and international acts have built their careers on playing barn-storming shows in Whelan’s snug back bar. Upstairs, you can catch everything from indie club nights and silent discos, to singer-songwriter shows – with a late licence every night of the week to boot.

Whelan’s – ubytování poblíž
Irish Craft Beer Festival


Brewed, bottled and kegged in Ireland. This three-day festival celebrates the country’s best independent breweries, along with some special international guests. Whether you like chocolatey stouts, bitter-sweet IPAs or gluten-free lager, there’s something for all tastes. Throw in some live music and top-notch food, and you have yourself a proper party.

Irish Craft Beer Festival – ubytování poblíž
St. Patrick's Day Festival


Where better to celebrate St Patrick’s Day than in Dublin? Ireland’s capital puts on quite a party, with a four-day festival bookending the country’s national day. On 17 March, join throngs of green-clad folks and cheer on colourful floats and marching bands as they wind their way through the city. Then hit the cobbled streets of Temple Bar for a pint and a sing-song.

St. Patrick's Day Festival – ubytování poblíž
Against the Grain Pub

Restaurants And Bars

Located in the hip and happening Camden Street area, this modern pub is a beer-lover’s paradise. Its fridges brim with bottle upon bottle of international brews, while only the finest Irish craft beer will do on tap. Plonk yourself down on a stool and ask the helpful bar staff for their top picks.

Against the Grain Pub – ubytování poblíž
57 The Headline Pub

Restaurants And Bars

Irish pub grub at its finest. The Headline bar has made headlines for its take on traditional food. You can tuck into everything from lamb kofta burgers to sea trout salads, all washed down with craft beers from every corner of Ireland. If you prefer something stronger, try a tasting tray of whiskey, gin or vodka produced by local independent distilleries.

57 The Headline Pub – ubytování poblíž
Porterhouse Temple Bar

Restaurants And Bars

There’s more to Irish beer than Guinness. Long before it was fashionable, the Porterhouse was brewing its own sturdy stouts and hoppy ales. Pop in and order a sampler tray to find your favourite tipple. The pub’s just on the edge of Temple Bar, so you can either start your night here or hide away from the tourist hordes.

Porterhouse Temple Bar – ubytování poblíž
The Brew Dock Bar

Restaurants And Bars

Close to Connolly Station and Dublin’s rejuvenated docklands, this busy bar is a popular after-work spot for suited commuters and laid-back students. The 3Arena is just along the quays, so you can easily while away a couple of hours here before a gig. How does juicy beef stew, craft-brewed porter and a few rounds of Jenga sound?

The Brew Dock Bar – ubytování poblíž
O’Donoghue’s Suffolk Street

Restaurants And Bars

Ask any Dubliner where to go for a quiet pint and a chat, and O’Donoghue’s will be amongst their top answers. This pub’s distinctive black-and-white awning beckons you inside, away from the shopping bustle of Grafton Street. It’s the kind of place where you’ll easily strike up a conversation with a friendly local – and suddenly wonder where the time went!

O’Donoghue’s Suffolk Street – ubytování poblíž

Restaurants And Bars

Anseo prides itself on being unpretentious. It’s a laid-back watering hole where people come to mingle with like-minded souls, listen to great music and simply have a good time. Start your weekend off with a bang, or head here midweek if you want to get to know the friendly regulars over a couple of casual pints.

Anseo – ubytování poblíž
The Temple Bar

Restaurants And Bars

Find your spot at the bar and get in line for your own dose of ‘craic’ in Dublin’s buzzing historic and party-filled centre. The Irish are known for their charm and their chat, so you’re in the right place to find a friendly joint playing folk music, or a heaving pub full of revellers from home and abroad.

The Temple Bar – ubytování poblíž
Cliffs of Moher


Dublin is only a few hours from Ireland’s wild western coast. Take advantage of the Emerald Isle’s pint-sized geography and hop on a day tour to the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Reaching heights of over 200 metres, this 8 km-long rugged precipice loftily overlooks the powerful Atlantic Ocean. Head to the tourist office on Suffolk Street for independent advice on which tour to take.

Cliffs of Moher – ubytování poblíž
Historical Walking Tours of Dublin


Natives, Norsemen and Normans. This popular walking tour lets you uncover the fascinating history of Dublin, from its foundation as a Viking village in 988 AD to its 20th-century status as capital of an independent Ireland. You’ll visit the site of the city’s first settlement at Temple Bar, the medieval Christ Church Cathedral and Dublin Castle, a former bastion of British rule.

Historical Walking Tours of Dublin – ubytování poblíž
Medieval City of Kilkenny


Castles, cathedrals and craft shops. Just 90 minutes from Dublin, Kilkenny makes for a great day trip. You can trace the city’s history through its buildings, from the 9th-century Celtic round tower by St Canice’s Cathedral, to the imperious medieval edifice of Kilkenny Castle –a lasting footprint of Norman occupation that now houses the National Craft Gallery and workshops.

Medieval City of Kilkenny – ubytování poblíž

Recenze destinace Dublin


Naprosto výjimečné

10. října 2016

Dublin je velmi krásné město, které se během dvou dnů dá v pohodě projít a uvidíte vše. I přes poměrně drahý vstup je skvělé navštívit Guinness Storehouse, který opravdu stojí za to vidět. Památek je v Dublinu spousta, takže je rozhodně co pozorovat a obdivovat.
Česká republika
10 recenzí

Velmi dobré

13. října 2016

Město je plné nočních barů a restaurací. Pro mladé lidi určitě doporučuji. Také je příjemné si udělat procházku do irských parků. Mají je zde krásně vyzdobené, většinou i s pomníky světoznámých literátů apod.
Česká republika
2 recenze

Průměrné hodnocení

19. září 2016

Was there for business trip. I managed to stroll around the center little bit (College, Parks, Churches, Cathedral, pubs...). Quite touristic, looks nice when the weather is nice, otherwise it is kind of blue. Regular traffic jams throughout the day, overpriced bus tickets.
Česká republika
10 recenzí

Velmi dobré

2. října 2016

pokud si chcete pořádně jednou za delší dobu udělt tah po hospodách, tak k tomu je toto město jako stvořené. Momentálně se tam staví koleje pro tramvajovou dopravu, takže trochu chaos. Město nabídne každému to co hledá,
Česká republika
3 recenze

Velmi dobré

3. října 2016

Krásné historické památky, Temple Bar, příroda (moře, útesy), městské parky, bohaté možnosti nakupování. Doprava bez problémů.
Česká republika
3 recenze

Velmi dobré

14. října 2016

obrovský výběr z mezinárodní kuchyně, spousta kaváren, hospod, kde krásně hrají
Česká republika
13 recenzí

Naprosto výjimečné

25. září 2016

Pěkné město, zajímavé památky, super bary a úžasná ZOO. Jen mě malinko mrzí že průvodce touto destinací není v českém jazyce.
1 recenze

Velmi dobré

19. září 2016

Výhodou je vše v dosahu pro pěší, výborná je i hromadná doprava. Čistota města trochu pokulhává, hodně staveb, uzavírek atd.
Česká republika
1 recenze

Hotely a jiné typy ubytování v Dublinu

Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch

8,6 Skvělé

Podle 3426 hodnocení

2 963 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • Christchurch Place, Oblíbené části města Dublin, Dublin
Ballsbridge Hotel

7,8 Dobré

Podle 6567 hodnocení

2 648 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin
Castle Hotel

8 Velmi dobré

Podle 3725 hodnocení

2 405 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • Gardiner Row/Great Denmark St, Parnell Square, Dublin
Maldron Hotel Pearse Street

8 Velmi dobré

Podle 2581 hodnocení

2 408 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • 98-107 Pearse Street, Dublin
Temple Bar Inn

8,5 Velmi dobré

Podle 3850 hodnocení

2 461 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • 40-47 Fleet Street, Temple Bar, Temple Bar, Dublin
Clayton Hotel & Leisure Club Cardiff Lane

8,4 Velmi dobré

Podle 2482 hodnocení

3 380 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • Cardiff Lane, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2, Oblíbené části města Dublin, Dublin
Central Hotel

7,9 Dobré

Podle 3010 hodnocení

2 135 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • 1- 5 Exchequer Street, Temple Bar, Dublin
Drury Court Hotel

8,7 Skvělé

Podle 2041 hodnocení

2 135 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • 28-30 Stephen Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin
The Gibson Hotel

9 Fantastické

Podle 2684 hodnocení

3 891 Kč

Průměrná cena za noc
  • The Point Village, Dublin

I had two mishaps while in Dublin. One was the loss of my driver's license and credit cards, which I already described. The other was losing my balance and tumbling in a busy intersection, landing right in front of a bus. A number of people stopped to help me up and gather my things, but one young woman in particular took charge of me. She steered me to the nearest coffee shop for a cup of hot tea (Irish panacea). She stayed with me until my nerves were steadier and then walked me to a pharmacy for a few things to take care of my scrapes and bruises before leaving. When I got back to my hotel, the receptionist noticed my bedraggled appearance and asked if there was anything she could do to help. Shortly after I went up to my room, she appeared with a bottle of wine and her wishes that it would give me a more pleasant evening. I think that's amazing treatment from two total strangers!

It sounds obnoxious and annoying, but I purchased my ticket to & from the airport along with a 2 day hop on/hop off bus ride. So touristy, I know - but - it's a great way to spend time seeing the city if you have to wait to check into your hotel/hostel or if you are trying to acclimate to the time difference but are too tired to walk or figure out where to walk on a map. You ride easily into town and then on O'Connell street, change to the hop on/hop off bus, where you swipe your bus card over the reader to validate, grab a pair of headphones (or not) - sometimes it's a live guide - and you get a great lay of the land very quickly. I rode both the city and dockside tours, and then felt I really understood the layout of Dublin for further exploring on foot. It can seem cheesy, but I think it's helpful.

Not on this occasion! ( Have been many times before to excellent productions at The Gate Theater ). Watched 'Romeo & Juliet', dreadful! Left after the interval!!

I like that fact that the clothes are different from what you see in the states. Avoca is one of my favorite stores with wonderful cafe.

Ze tam lidi tu historii stale navstevuji a ze mesto Dublin, samotne tu historii svete a lidem propaguje.

Great music in pubs in center

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