Hailed as the friendliest city in Europe, not once but twice, it’s clear to see why this city is so popular with those around the globe. Famed for its lively nature, the authentic pubs and as the home of the ever popular beer – Guinness. The Viking city boasts an eclectic mix of historic and contemporary elements, make a wonder around the streets a to-do in its own right. Entering in at number four on the global UNESCO city of literature list, Dublin’s literary history is written into the bones of the city, with 3 of Ireland’s Nobel Prize winners for literature hailing from the city.
Places to Visit in Dublin
Guinness Storehouse - Buy Now
Telling the tale of Ireland’s world famous beer with rooftop bar and tastings, the Guinness Storehouse is a great experience for even those who may prefer a gin.
Temple Bar - Buy Now
Located in the heart of Dublin, the city’s most well-known pub oozes Irish charm and history.
St Stephen's Green
Maintained in the original Victorian layout, the park features a waterfall and an ornamental lake.
St Patricks Cathedral
A part of Ireland’s history for over 800 years, the cathedral is one of the few buildings left from medieval Dublin.
Dublin Zoo - Buy Now
No trip to Dublin is complete without checking out one of the world’s oldest zoos – home to over 600 animals!