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Dublin

Dublin, the capital city of the Emerald Isle. This beautiful city is filled with heritage, cobbled streets, live music, Irish tradition and of course – famous Irish craic! James Joyce, a famous Irish poet and novelist, wrote “When I die, Dublin will be written on my heart”, and we couldn’t agree more. Take a trip to this wonderful city and experience the magic of this city for yourself.

Pick up your Ireland campervan hire from our Dublin Depot, situated just 15 minutes outside Dublin city centre and only 1 mile from Dublin airport, helping to make starting your Ireland road trip adventure simple. Discover the proverbial Irish welcome is not just a legend, but a reality with friendly people everywhere in the city.

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    Temple Bar

    Temple Bar is a lively, busy riverside neighbourhood, with cobbled lanes, live folk music and traditional Irish pubs.

  • Croke Park
    Croke Park

    Gaelic games stadium in Dublin, often referred to as ‘Croker’ by GAA fans. This is the principal national stadium of Ireland, take a tour here for a truly unique day out.

  • Guinness Storehouse Tour
    Guinness

    An emblem of Ireland for over two centuries, and a must-taste in Dublin, the city where this stout is brewed. Find out why it’s one of the most successful alcohol brands worldwide.

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    Phoenix Park

    Europe’s largest city park, comprising 1750 acres, and home to the President of Ireland. There are also over 600 deer that roam freely around the park, they are quite tame and like being fed (at your own risk!)

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    Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

    Trinity College Dublin, is one of seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland, as well as Ireland’s oldest surviving university. Worth a visit for the architecture alone.

  • Guinness Storehouse
    Guinness Storehouse

    Ireland’s most popular attraction – discover the story of Guinness, eat fine food, and, of course, do some very important product tasting, while enjoying 360-degree views of Dublin from their Gravity Bar.

  • National Botanic Gardens
    National Botanic Gardens

    A botanic slice of heaven within the busy capital city, just 3km outside of the city centre. The gardens are open all year round and are free to visit – perfect for a picnic.

  • Dublin Zoo
    Dublin Zoo

    Located in Phoenix Park, this is one of Ireland’s most popular attractions. Home to more than 600 animals and a modern design, this a great family day out.

  • The Temple Bar Pub
    The Temple Bar Pub

    The most famous pub in Ireland with a lively atmosphere, live music and over 450 whiskeys to choose from.

  • St Patricks Cathedral
    St Patricks Cathedral

    The cathedral is world famous for its choir, which still perform daily during school term. Visit for free and take a tour around this historic building.

  • Kilmainham Gaol
    Kilmainham Gaol

    A key part of the history if Dublin, telling the stories are sad and brutal, displaying the scars of times past. A place you should definitely visit.

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    Riverdance

    A classic Irish theatre show filled with traditional music and dance. Inspired by a previous Eurovision song contest, catch a show on your trip to Dublin.

  • Christ Church Cathedral
    Christ Church Cathedral

    Stood tall in the heart of Dublin for nearly 1000 years. The Cathedral is open as a place of prayer and reflection for free.

  • National Museum of Ireland
    National Museum of Ireland

    Galleries of geological exhibits, animals and decorative arts & history. This is the largest museum in Ireland too, so there is plenty to see!

  • George’s Street Arcade
    George’s Street Arcade

    One of Europe’s oldest city markets, this Victorian style, red-bricked indoor market of stalls and stores in this classic building.

Ireland campervan hire is the perfect way to explore the capital city of Dublin, and see everything on offer in the Emerald Isle. From our Dublin Depot, you can explore all of Ireland’s unmissable destinations with your very own home on wheels. We have the perfect vehicle for you, with our wide range of 2 – 6 berth motorhomes available for rent. You can head along the Wild Atlantic Way, one of the most famous road trips in the world, taking in all of Ireland’s natural beauty.

Don’t forget you can also enjoy savings of up to 20% when you choose either our Saver 2 or Saver 4 options for booking your campervan. You will find out which vehicle you get on the day of pick-up, click here to learn more.

 

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