Exploring Dublin

Exploring Dublin

There is so much to see and do in Dublin that it can be a hard to choose how to spend your time there. Do you go admire the history and architecture or do you go to spend your days at Temple Bar mingling with the locals and enjoying the local brews? If you just simply can’t decide, here are a few options to consider.

Dublin’s Best Route: Trinity to Christ Church

We always tend to take the shortest route when going to a point A to a point B. But sometimes, the shortest way is...

Vintage stores in Dublin all shopping addicts need to visit

The capital of Ireland is bursting with shopping options. It treasures many small shops for all styles in addition to the main international brands....

Art galleries in Dublin: five not to miss

If you are a bit of an art buff, Dublin is home to a generous number of galleries. Here is a list of five...

Cemeteries of Dublin

Cemeteries are usually not on our attractions to do list when visiting Dublin. But they are part of the Ireland cultural heritage and history....

The 7 best open mic nights in Dublin

Music and stage arts are part of the Dubliner culture as well as Irish culture in general. There are a couple of places where...

Things to do near Merrion Square

Merrion Square is on the Southside of Dublin. It is the largest of the five Georgian Squares built up to 250 years ago in...

Craft beer pubs in Dublin

Having a pint of the black stuff is definitely part of Dublin pubs experience. But it has been a few years now that the...
Killiney Hill in Dublin

Best autumn photograph spots in Dublin

The historic port town of Dublin offers travellers some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The perfect blend of raw natural landscapes...
St. Patrick's Cathedral

Discover the most historic churches of Dublin

Dublin is known for its rich religious history and a wealth of iconic architecture that has provided places of worship for hundreds of years....
Bar Table top

Of all the gin joints in Dublin: a list of the best gin bars...

Dublin is renowned worldwide when it comes to alcohol production. From the thick creamy texture of Guinness and Irish ales to the rich flavours...

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