Cheers to Dublin with a Guinness
- City trip
- per person
- based on 2 persons
Enjoy a Dublin getaway including hotel, breakfast, a visit to the Guinness Storehouse® with a complimentary pint of the black stuff and return flights
Dublin is one of those timeless places that’s been on the tourist map for decades already. And it never fails to deliver: think music, history, cobbled streets, cosy cafes and lively pubs. In recent times, the city has enjoyed renewed energy from the growing and increasingly international community, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how traditional mixes with contemporary here. During your stay in the city, be sure to watch the world go by from one of its numerous, and ever more trendy, cafes. By night, experience the mix of hip bars and traditional pubs. As part of your stay, you'll visit one of the city’s most well-known attractions, the Guinness Storehouse®, where you’ll also enjoy a pint. Raise your glass to this fine city!
- 2, 3, 4 or 5 nights in Dublin
- Entrance ticket to the Guinness Storehouse®, including 1 pint of Guinness for adults or 1 soft drink for children under 18
- Return flight from to Dublin
Dublin, a city full of contrasts
Like many modern cities, Dublin can be divided into quarters. The Medieval Quarter is the oldest part of the city and is home to Dublin Castle, and two medieval cathedrals: Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, both amongst the city’s most visited spots. In the Georgian Quarter, you’ll find some of Dublin’s finest buildings and elegant townhouses – complete with their characteristic brightly coloured front doors and wrought-iron railings – and the beautiful Merrion Square. One place not to be missed is the Temple Bar area, also known as the Cultural Quarter. In the light of day, you can enjoy a stroll around these cobbled streets, browsing the area’s boutiques and galleries. By night, this place comes to life: it’s full to bursting with bars, pubs and music venues, attracting Guinness lovers and party-seekers alike. So whether you’re after shopping or culture, music or a fine evening out, Dublin has it all.
Excursion included in your trip: • Tickets to the Guinness Storehouse® and 1 complimentary pint of Guinness per person or a soft drink for children under 18 •
The Guinness Storehouse® is one of Ireland’s finest – and most popular – tourist attractions. Housed in the St. James’s Gate Brewery dating back to 1759, a trip to the Home of Guinness provides not only a journey through history, but also a trip for the senses: savour the swirling vapours of malted barley and hops as you walk through the aroma room, learn to pull the perfect pint at the Guinness Academy and sample your very own pint of the black stuff while enjoying panoramic views across the city from the Gravity Bar.
The Guinness Storehouse® experience is a self-guided tour, so you can enjoy this interactive experience at your own pace. It finishes with a pint accompanied by spectacular views of Dublin. We recommend you allow between 2-3 hours for your visit, but you can stay for as long as you like. A pint of the black stuff should really not be rushed!
Your ticket is valid on day 2 of your trip and within the official opening hours of the Guinness Storehouse®. Note that the validity of your ticket may be changed if there are no longer tickets available for day 2 of your trip. It’s also possible to purchase an audio guide for €1 (available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Mandarin). The Guinness Storehouse® is open every day from 09:30 – 19:00. The last admission is at 17:00. Opening times in July and August are extended to 21:00.
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Benefits of all the hotels
- 24 hours front desk
- Luggage storage
- Non smoking hotel
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Free Wifi
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A Harry Potter-worthy library
The Old Library at Trinity College is the largest and most impressive library in Ireland, housing thousands of books. There is a real Harry Potter-esque feel about the place with its high vaulted ceiling and dark wood shelves stretching from floor to ceiling and brimming with ancient books.
‘Hooked on Howth’
20 minutes from Dublin centre by DART train is Howth, a small, picturesque fishing village overlooking Dublin Bay. Enjoy the catch of the day on the seafront or stretch your legs with a scenic walk along the clifftops.
- Airport transfers
- Transport between the hotel and the Guinness Storehouse®
- Any tourist tax (payable locally)
Your booking is a direct contract between you and Secret Escapes Ltd. for the provision of your package. Secret Escapes acts as a tour operator responsible, and is therefore liable for the proper execution of the agreement. The Secret Escapes Terms and Conditions (A) apply to this booking. The Secret Escapes Cancellation Terms and Conditions apply to this booking.
Please note that the flights included in this offer are subject to live availability and price, and can change during your booking process. When this is the case, we will always notify during the booking process.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there may be additional entry requirements in effect at your destination, which are subject to change at short notice. Please familiarise yourself with the latest requirements before departure via your government's foreign advice service.
Maximum 2 people per room
The single supplement is based on travel dates and duration of travel. You will see the final price in the booking process
Pets are not permitted on this trip due to plane travel
Please note that flights may be subject to change, delay or postponement by the provider and that flight times are provisional. Don't forget to check the actual flight times before departure on the website of the airline or the airport to avoid inconvenient surprises.
You will receive all documents relevant to your trip, 5 days prior to departure at the latest.