The statue of Molly Malone is just a short walk from Trinity College and the famous Grafton Street.
Molly Malone worked as a fishmonger and a working girl in the late 17th Century. She is the famous heroine of the traditional "Cockles and Mussels" song. She died in one of Ireland's Cholera outbreaks that regularly used to sweep the city of Dublin.
Today, it stands as one of the most familiar symbols of the capital.
The Spire is Dublin's huge, striking and innovative monument standing in the middle of O'Connell Street.
Extending 120 meters high and 3 meters in diameter at its base, the Spire rises far above O’Connell Street, breaking above the skyline with elegance.
Guinnes Store House
Located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery is the home of the famous "black stuff", Guinness. This coffee-like stout originated in 1759 when Arthur Guinness first brewed his world-famous beer.
In this seven-storey building they will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about the beer, the brewery and of course, Guinness himself.
The highlight of every tour is the Gravity Bar, which gives visitors a chance to drink in a 360-degree view of Dublin City's skyline.
Phoenix Park, located in the heart of Dublin City, plays host to the Dublin Zoo, a large menagery of many rare and exotic animals from a wide variety of habitats.
Animals include: Giraffes, zebras, scimitar oryx, ostrich, Asian elephants, tigers, hippopotamusses, bats, monkeys, gorillas, chimpanzees, red pandas and reptiles and more!