Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland; it has a population count of around 1.2 million residents. The city is a contemporary and historical center for arts, education, industry and administration. Dublin is most well-known for its many pubs (over 1000), bars and distilleries.

One top attraction is The Church, which is a former church that turned into a popular bar and nightclub. Other than that, the city is home to many other interesting drinking venues; the Guinness Storehouse Factory shares the history of the famous drink. Taking a tour through this factory ends at the Gravity Bar, where visitors are able to relax and drink a pint of the drink. Also worth mentioning are the Irish Whiskey Museum and The Teelings Whiskey Distillery.

For the sport fanatics, visiting the Phoenix Park to indulge in teambuilding sport activities is a great way to spend the day. This park is the largest enclosed public park of any capital city in Europe. Also interesting is Experience Gaelic Games, in which visitors can take part in traditional Irish sports classes; it is a mix of culture, history and sport.

A definite must see is the Trinity College Library, this architectural wonder is the largest library in Ireland and it contains many … collections, varying from books about art and architecture, historical objects, historical depositions and manuscripts and more.

Those who are into unique experiences are sure to be appeased by visiting the Abandoned Prison of Kilmainham Gaol. This former prison in Dublin is now a museum run by the Office of Public Works. Within these walls, visitors are exposed to many galleries, exhibitions and lectures through guided tours.

Dublin is a city of coziness, buzzing nightlife with the best pubs, distilleries and bars. In addition, it is a highly literary and intellectual city, harboring valuable knowledge within its libraries. The city allows for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities. A trip to Dublin would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • The Church (former church, now popular bar and nightclub)
  • Guinness Storehouse Factory (history of the iconic drink)
  • Jameson Distillery (tour of the Old Jameson Distillery)
  • Patrick’s Cathedral (largest church in Ireland)
  • Dublin Castle (gothic revival structure)
  • Phoenix Park (great for a picnic, walk or teambuilding games)
  • Christ Church Cathedral (medieval cathedral)
  • Trinity College Library (largest library in Ireland, considered an architectural wonder)
  • Abandoned Prison of Kilmainham Gaol
  • Glasnevin Cemetery Museum (various graveyards of Irish poets, political figures, poets and more)
  • Experience Gaelic Games (take part in traditional Irish sports lessons)
  • Dublin National Botanic Gardens
  • National Museum of Ireland (history)
  • Little Museum of Dublin (artifacts are donated by people of Dublin, mixing history, culture, films, politics, music)
  • The Dublin Docklands (a mix of modern and Georgian architecture, here you can find the EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum and the Waterways Ireland Visitor Centre)
  • Croke Park (Europe’s third-largest stadium)
  • National Gallery of Ireland (art museum)
  • Chester Beatty Library (Sir Alfred Chester Beatty collected many rare art pieces, such as Islamic manuscripts, Japanese paintings and more)
  • Wicklow Mountains
  • Cliffs of Moher
  • Irish Whiskey Museum
  • The Teelings Whiskey Distillery

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