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Jeanie Johnston

Critics' choice

Open all year round, the Jeanie Johnston is a working replica of Dublin's most famous famine ship (the boats that were used in the mid 19th century to...

Custom House Quay



The Point Theatre, Dublin's largest indoor music venue, closed its doors in the summer of 2007 to undergo a complete overhaul and rebranding as The O2,...

East Link Bridge

Isaac's Hostel

Critics' choiceBudget

Near Busáras bus depot and Connolly Street train station, this is the aristocrat of Dublin's hostels. Isaac's takes the backpacker concept of humble...

2-5 Frenchman's Lane

Liberty Hall

Critics' choice

Dublin's tallest building and the current headquarters of the Services, Industrial, Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU), Liberty Hall has a colourful...

33 Eden Quay

Custom House Visitor Centre


This small, unsophisticated centre offers access only to a small area of the building (in and around the domed Clock Tower) but it is definitely worth a...

Custom House Quay

Ocean Bar

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

This upmarket dockside establishment in the Millennium Tower claims to have Dublin's only waterfront public licence. Take advantage - the patios overlooking...

The Millennium Tower
Tags: Docklands, Bar

Isaac Butt Café Bar

Bars & pubs, Clubs, Music

A range of techno club nights first made this bar popular among students and backpackers, but the emphasis has recently shifted to live indie music. The...

Opposite Busáras Station

Bar Italia

Restaurants & cafés

The foodies who own this Italian joint (that would be the team behind the brilliant Dunne & Crescenzi) seem to have the knack of giving people what they...

26 Blooms Lane

Clarion Dublin IFSC


Yes, it's a chain hotel, and big with business travellers; but don't be put off. This is an excellent hotel: great looking, well run, fabulous location,...

International Financial Services Centre