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Dublin Tourist Information Centre, Barnardo Square
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
To make the most of your holiday in Ireland, make sure your first stop is a visit to one of Fáilte Ireland's Tourist Information Centres where you will receive free, personalised independent advice, information, maps and literature tailored to enhance your holiday experience.

The staff are always happy to help you discover the many places of interest around the country, including The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland's Ancient East, Ireland's Hidden Heartlands and Dublin.

The Dublin Tourist Information Centre, Barnardo Square next to Dublin City Hall is the place to go to find out all you need to know about Dublin. The friendly and knowledgeable travel advisors can give you ideas on all the amazing attractions to visit in this wonderful city. Whether you want to stroll around Georgian Dublin, visit one of the many museums, get a bite to eat or take a trip to one of Dublin’s stunning coastal villages, the team can offer you local tips on all that Dublin has to offer.

Why we like it
  • Fáilte Ireland travel advisors are impartial experts in helping you enjoy Ireland to the fullest.
  • The advisors have extensive local knowledge and tips, with plenty of free maps and guides.
  • As a non commercial tourist information office, the advisors never try to sell you anything.
  • If you have an unusual question, the advisors will do their best to find the answer.
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Contact details
3 Palace St, Dublin, D02 T277, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend up to 30 minutes here.

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