Saint Patricks Cathedral, Dublin, altar

St Patricks Cathedral

St Patricks Cathedral was built in 1191 and is Ireland’s largest cathedral. This cathedral was built in honour of Irelands patron saint. Saint Patrick’s cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where Saint Patrick had baptised converts on his visit to Dublin. Saint Patrick’s cathedral is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and also has stunning interiors to view which include one of Ireland’s largest organs. 

Walking Distance

St Patricks Cathedral: 1200 meters / 1.2 KM
Public and private transport Options available