Visitor Attractions 

theKeyCollection properties are located in the heart of Dublin City making it the ideal location forthose looking to explore all that the city has to offer. Within easy walking distance you’ll find most ofDublin’s top bars/pubs, restaurants, cafés, shopping quarters and of course Dublin’s most populartourist attractions. Attractions like Trinity College Dublin, Dublin Castle, National Gallery, St Patrick’sCathedral and The Book of Kells. 

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin has been one of the top universities in the world since being founded in 1592,but it is also one of Ireland’s top tourist attractions. The university houses Ireland’s most importanthistorical artefact The Book of Kells which is housed in the Long Room. The Long Room has beendescribed by Lonely Planet as like something from a Disney Film and one of the “must see”attractions in Europe.


Dublin Castle (Caisleán Bhaile Átha Cliath)

Dublin Castle stood as the beating heart of Viking and then British military and political rule inIreland for over 800 years. This historic castle has a pool in the palatial gardens “Dubh-Linn” which iswhere Dublin got its name. Dublin’s county crest features Dublin Castle as well as Malahide Castleand Swords Castle under Dublin’s motto Obedienta Civium Urbis Felicitas ("The obedience of citizensis the happiness of a city").


Temple Bar

Temple Bar is Ireland’s top tourist destination welcoming millions of visitors a year. Temple Bar isknown as “Dublin’s Cultural Quarter”. Temple Bar is famous around the world for its lively nightlife,clubs, bars/pubs, cafés and cultural outlets. The charm of Temple Bar is in its small winding medievalstyled streets.


General Post Office (G.P.O)

The General Post Office or the G.P.O. as it is locally known is the site of the biggest military rebellionagainst British rule in Ireland. Although the armed rebellion was unsuccessful it was seen as thestraw that broke the camel’s back and after a prolonged guerrilla war against British forces Irelandgained its independence from British rule in 1921. The bullet holes from the rising can still be seenembedded in the stone columns at the front of the building. As well as being one of Dublin’s mostpopular tourist attractions, it is the headquarters of the postal service in Ireland, An Post. 

Croke Park

Located just minutes from Amberley House, Clifden House as well as Amberley and ClifdenApartments Croke Park is not only Ireland’s largest stadium it is also one of the largest in Europe.


Dublin Zoo

Located near Handel’s Hotel, Temple Bar Apartments and Jervis Street Apartments; Dublin Zoo isone of the oldest zoos in Europe and one of the most popular attractions in the city. 

Guinness Storehouse

Located near Handel’s Hotel and Temple Bar apartments The Guinness Storehouse is the mostpopular tourist attractions in the city attracting well over 1 million visitors each year.


The 3Arena

Located on the banks of the River Liffey The 3Arena is located near our collection of IFSC basedapartments.


The Aviva Stadium

Home of Irish soccer and rugby The Aviva Stadium, formerly Landsowne Road, is a modern stadiumlocated on the South-Side of the city.

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