Historical tour of the River Liffey and Dublin Port, departing from outside the Convention Centre.
Samuel Beckett Bridge
Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava's second Dublin bridge (his first is the James Joyce Bridge; 2003) is this wishbone-design...
National Convention Centre
The angled, tubelike National Convention Centre was designed by Kevin Roche in 2011.
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Forget the uninviting sponsored name: Daniel Libeskind's masterful design is a three-tiered, 2100-capacity auditorium where you're as...
Burgers served '50s-diner-style. There are locations all over the city centre.
MV Cill Airne, North Wall Quay · interesting places nearby
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The MV Cill Airne, commissioned in 1961 as a passenger liner tender, is now permanently docked along the north quays, where it serves the public as a bar, a bistro and a fine restaurant. Dishes such as Himalayan salt–aged fillet steak and pan-roasted sea bass are expertly prepared and served alongside an excellent variety of wines.