IHateTaxis.com
Arrive Stress-Free
An International Travelers' Ground Transportation Guide

Destination Search



Currency Exchange

Euro
EUR 5:
Euro (EUR 5)
USD $5.29
CAD $6.95
AUD $6.90
NZD $7.39
GBP £4.25
JPY ¥599.99

More Currencies,
Foreign Exchange Calculator



Read More: Help! I Left My iPad on the Plane

Help! I Left My iPad on the Plane


Read More: Ireland Travel Advisories

Ireland travel advisories


Search for DUB Dublin Airport Rental Car Deals

Car Rental


More Things to do in Dublin, including Tours, Layover, and Overnight Ideas


Stuff to do in Dublin


Dublin Tour Ideas

Dublin Viking Duck Tour

Dublin Viking Duck Tour
Duration:
75 minutes
From:
USD 24.99
Enjoy banter and history in equal measures on this 75-minute duck tour of Dublin, led by a friendly, local guide. Packed with entertaining commentary and sights such as Dublin Castle and St Patrick's Cathedral, the family-friendly sightseeing tour takes place aboard an amphibious vehicle, remodeled from a Second World War vehicle. All passengers on board the attention-grabbing ‘duck’ are issued with a Viking helmet to wear and are encouraged to practice Viking roars as they go.

Irish Whiskey Museum Experience

Irish Whiskey Museum Experience
Duration:
60 minutes
From:
USD 18.17
Discover the history of Irish whiskey making and sip on a sample of the golden spirit on this guided 1-hour Irish Whiskey Museum experience. Trace the origins of the beloved drink and hear how the whiskey industry in Ireland has changed and evolved over the years. Listen to your guide reveal anecdotes as you examine the informative exhibits. At the end, enjoy a complimentary whiskey tasting. Upgrade to taste a premium aged whiskey and take home a souvenir of your experience.

More Things to do in Dublin, including Tours, Layover, and Overnight Ideas

Home > Destinations >Country flagIreland > Collinstown > Dublin


Things To Do in Dublin & Dublin Airport Layover Ideas


Dublin things to do

Things to do in Dublin if you have a Dublin Airport Layover or Extended Dublin Airport Stopover


If you have an extended layover at the Dublin Airport or staying in town, why not consider getting out with some fun activities? We list a few here and there are many more on Dublin.LayoverIdeas.com.


Open tours in a new tab? (Good for comparing tour options)



Guinness Storehouse


Guinness is the drink of the Irish so, while you are in Ireland it would be remiss not to venture to the place it is made. Over a century old, the Guinness Storehouse building was designed and constructed to house the Guinness fermentation process. You can visit the retail store, have a virtual step by step tour through the process, view the history of Guinness advertising, challenge your own drinking habits at the interactive exhibition and learn to pour your own pint of Guinness. You even get a certificate to prove you have mastered the art!


More Information on the Skip the Line: Guinness Storehouse Entrance Ticket


More Information and Booking

Temple Bar


Temple Bar is where some of Dublin’s best night clubs, restaurants and unusual shops are located in this cobbled, historic area of Dublin. Running from the Bank of Ireland to Christ Church Cathedral, this area has plenty to offer anyone wanting to get a true taste of Dublin in the limited time allowed by a layover.


More Information on the Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl


More Information on the City Sightseeing Dublin Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Dublin Walking Tour


Dublin’s history is evident all around the city and there are plenty of art, culture, architecture and history guided tours that will lead you through the city showing you the best of all of them. History graduates from Trinity College will take you on a two hour guided walk, exploring the main features of the city's history and visiting places such as Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Old Parliament House, Temple Bar and much more.


More Information on the The Dublin City Walking Tour


More Information and Booking

Grafton Street


For first class shopping head down to Grafton Street, located between Trinity College and St Stephen's Green. This smart shopping area has many international and local designer brands to choose from, Dublin’s most exclusive jewellers and the most popular of the famous Bewley’s cafés. Nearby is the Georges Street Arcade which is an indoor market which has plenty of retail therapy to keep the most discerning shopper happy.


More Information on the Kildare Village Shopping Day Trip from Dublin


More Information on the Dublin Freedom Pass: Transport and Sightseeing

As always, make sure you leave plenty of time to get back to the Dublin Airport in time for your connection and enjoy your layover city rather than whiling away the time leaning up against your luggage in the departures lounge.



 More Dublin Airport Transfer & Airport Connection Options



Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017