Dublin, with its untouchable reputation for good times and good things, is waiting to be explored. One of the most walk-able cities in Europe, on these cobbled streets you will find an eccentric mix of the old and the new.
It’s preceding past of Viking Founders, Irish History and Trailblazing Writers may forever compliment the cosmopolitan glow of the city. Complete with an impressive collection of attractions, museums and galleries, an excellently diverse selection of food and local produce and well, a pub to person ratio that really is the ivy of many cities…maybe it’s time to have Dublin as your host but be warned, with these locals – you might want to stay!
Four Dublin Insights
1) Top Attractions
Dublin harbors a wealth of world class attractions, instantly-recognized global names and unmissable one-off experiences to leave a lasting impression on visitors from every corner of the world. Glasnevin Cemetery and EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum offer a cultural exchange of Irish History whereas Croke Park and Teeling Whiskey Distillery offer their own unique cultural treasure that is only attained when experienced….
2) Beautiful Settings
It’s not hard to appreciate the beauty of compact and intimate Dublin. On the contrary, you would also think this vibrant city had an electric live wire running through its landscapes and atmosphere. Among the Georgian streets and bank of the River Liffey, experience inspiring moments at Trinity College, Dublin Castle and St. Patrick’s Cathedral before ‘escaping the city’ with central detours at National Botanic Gardens, St. Stephens Green or Phoenix Park.
3) Dublin Dining
While discovering Dublin, you’re going to have to refuel. The hard part if picking where. Like most of Ireland, Dublin celebrates Irish cooking with creative takes on dishes and put emphasis on locally sourced ingredients. The dining scene in Ireland’s capital has not looked more diverse, with traditional pubs, trustworthy cafes, intimate restaurants, upscale bistros and gastro-pubs dotted across the city, I told you the hard part was picking where.
4) Famed Nightlife
Most simply, you can’t visit this city without popping your head inside some of its brilliant pubs. Celebrate at the cultural heart of Dublin City, The Temple Bar. This area on the south bank of the River Liffey is where the city goes to relax. Bursting with pubs, restaurants, live entertainment and more – it promises a great nights ‘craic’ each and every time!
One of the best museums in Dublin just happens to also be one of the most significant buildings in Irish Politics. Take the tour and learn how the GPO shaped Ireland…
Walk the halls of this former jail turned preserved museum and experience a unique look into the darker side of Irish History…
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