Visiting Dublin is to discover its wonders. Its bookstores, museums, nightlife, beer, pubs, parks, and friendly people.
Experience all that Dublin has to offer – from the great outdoors and historical monuments to the best places to chow down or drink! There’s so much to see and do in Dublin like:
Grafton Street, Dublin
Animated by street performers and flower sellers, Grafton Street is much more than just a shopping street. In the heart of Dublin, this area is ideal for shopping or simply enjoying the constant excitement along the street that stretches to St. Stephen’s Green Park.
Trinity College, Dublin
The oldest university in Ireland was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. The modernity and bustle of Dublin city quickly fade through the gates of Trinity College. A visit to the university spaces is equivalent to a time travel through the academic world.
The university has numerous treasures, such as the medieval manuscript known as the Book of Kells, displayed in the Long Room of the Old Library (which served as inspiration for the library of the first Harry Potter film). The manuscript is also available online as part of the library’s digital collection.
This is the largest cathedral in Dublin and very important to the cultural history of the country. It is also very popular among tourists. In addition to the beauty of the cathedral itself, there are extensive beautiful gardens located in front of the church.
It is the Guinness Beer Themed Factory. Visitors can follow the brewing process and taste the beer. Great for Guinness lovers. Visit the Gravity Bar, which has a 360-degree panoramic view of Dublin sights.
And we can’t talk about Dublin without mentioning its famous pubs full of music and of course pints of Guinness. Here are some of the most famous pubs worth visiting.
Temple bar is one of the most well-known pubs in Dublin and one of the city’s tourist attractions.
Beloved by the Irish, O’Donoghues, up to this day, keeps the tradition of live music every night. This pub has witnessed the birth of one of the country’s most famous bands The Dubliners in the 1960s
Famous for being the oldest pub in Ireland, Brazen Head dates back to the year 1198 and has received renowned names from Irish and world music and literature such as the writer James Joyce.
But those who think that the wonders of Ireland are confined solely to the capital, Dublin, are deceived. On the contrary: besides the city – the whole region offers a lot of possibilities for those who visit it.
Breath-taking landscapes such as Dún Laoghaire, Dalkey, Killiney Hill, or the Cliffs of Moher – the most visited natural attraction in Ireland – or the mountainous county of Wicklow County, for example, are not to be missed! Perfect scenery, and exuberant nature, not far from Dublin.