As restrictions ease and Dublin reopens, it’s a great time to make a day of it with a trip to the city. We’ve featured six, one day itineraries, from different parts of the city, with a wide range of activities, shops and restaurants to choose from.

Whether you’re a family, looking for a way to entertain the kids and take in some culture, or an office worker who hasn’t been back much since lockdown, we’ll show you how it’s not only safe but really enjoyable. Support your city and make a day of it with us!

Make A Day Of It – Dublin’s Docklands

Only a short stroll from the city centre, Dublin's Docklands is an exciting bustling area with plenty of options for a great day out. From the chq Building, home to the EPIC Irish Immigration Museum, shops, cafés, and a microbrewery over to BrewDog's Dublin outpost on Capital Dock. Learn about the Irish Famine Story on the Jeanie Johnston, or if you're feeling energetic, there's always kayaking on the Liffey. One thing's for sure, you won't be short of options in the Docklands.

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Make A Day Of It – Dublin’s Liberties

The Liberties is a neighbourhood rich in heritage, community and craft. Join us for a coffee at Two Pups, a tasting tour to Teeling Whiskey Distillery, shopping at Jam Art Factory and a browse through the Liberties Market. You're never short of options in this colourful part of the city.

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Make A Day Of It – Dublin’s Creative Quarter

The Creative Quarter of the city has so many highlights for an enjoyable and safe day out. Follow along as we make a day of it with stops including The Little Museum of Dublin, Powerscourt Centre, Article and San Lorenzo's for contemporary Italian food with a New York twist.

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Make A Day Of It – Dublin’s Historic Heart

From Dublinia to George's Street Arcade, the Historic Heart of the city has so many highlights for an enjoyable and safe day out. Follow along as we make a day of it with stops including Queen Of Tarts for coffee, the Gutter Bookshop for riveting reads and Christ Church Cathedral for 10 centuries of history.

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