Dublin Itinerary 4 Days

Must-see Places in Dublin in 4 Days

4 Days is a long enough time for you to visit all the must-see places in Dublin, have the best experiences and to make a lot of memories. Below is a list of attractions that you may cover in Dublin in 4 days.

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4 Days in Dublin - Perfect Holiday Guide

Home to many historical buildings, cathedrals, and parks, Dublin is a unique city to tour in Ireland. This capital city of Ireland is nestled on the mouth of River Liffey that provides it a calm and peaceful surrounding. The south of Dublin is encircled by the Wicklow Mountains. The city has also been a birthplace of many famous English writers. Another specialty of Dublin is its famous beer. So, indulge in the city’s cultural and romantic vibe by planning 4 days in Dublin. If you are confused about how you can explore the city at its best, take a look at this Dublin itinerary of 4 days.

How to see Dublin in 4 days?

Day 1 In Dublin

O'Connell Bridge is the first place you should start your day with. Enjoy the picturesque morning vistas of River Liffey from the bridge. Take a tour of the beautiful campus of Trinity College. The tour will take around 30 minutes and then you can move to the Book of Kells to discover one of the grand libraries in the world. Read the notes by some famous authors at National Library of Ireland. Your next stop, National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, will let you understand the archaeological facts related to Ireland. Stop by the Fusiliers' Arch while passing through Grafton Street. Finally, explore the area around St Patrick's Cathedral.

Day 2 In Dublin

Take a morning walk at Merrion Square and then head to the National Gallery of Ireland to discover the 14th and 20th-century European artworks. Roam around the lakes and waterfalls of St Stephen's Green. Shopping at the Victorian style shopping center of George's Street Arcade would be another fun. Move ahead to the Dame Street to see the magnificent castle of Dublin. To know about the history of this castle, Chester Beatty Library would be your next stop. Hang around Christ Church Cathedral and enjoy Ireland’s famous beer at the rooftop bar of Guinness Storehouse which is something not to be missed for 4 days/ 3 nights in Dublin.

Day 3 In Dublin

Spend 2 hours at Kilmainham Gaol to learn the stories of Ireland’s political prisoners. Discover a huge collection of contemporary art at Irish Museum of Modern Art. To admire the classical ones, take a tour of National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History. Click some incredible pictures with Wellington Monument. Just 5 minutes’ drive and you will reach the Papal Cross which is located in Phoenix Park. Close to it is the Dublin Zoo. Enjoy a free informative guided tour of Áras an Uachtaráin.

Day 4 In Dublin

On the final day of your trip to Dublin, you can soak in the natural beauty of the city by visiting the National Botanic Gardens. Located by River Tolka, this 19.5 hectares of green space is ideal for a one-day picnic. Visit the Victorian Palm House, arboretum, and walk through the beautifully manicured gardens. From here, you can make a visit to Glasnevin Cemetery where you will find the graves of many famous personalities. To know more about them, head to Glasnevin Cemetery Museum.

These four days in Dublin will take you face-to-face with the cultural heritage of Dublin as well as Ireland and you would love to come back again.

Tours in Dublin Worth Adding to Your 4-Day Trip

The several attractions that Dublin offers will definitely add up to your experience. Hence, without any delay, book some interesting and fun tours such as

Best Hotels in Dublin for 4 Day Trip

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With Less Days in Hand

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With More Days in Hand

Holiday of more than 4 days in Dublin can give you freedom to explore the city in detail. Taste the best of life at Dublin. You can explore city on your own or opt for some tours. Check travel ideas for longer holidays like 5 days or 6 days in Dublin here.

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