One of the things you have to do when you are in Dublin is to visit the Temple Bar district.
The Guinness Storehouse is number one when it comes to places to visit in Dublin.
It will make you a Guinness snob at pubs around the world for the rest of your life!
I know, I know, we’re talking an awful lot about drinking and pub culture, but that truly is a lot of what Dublin is all about.
Step inside to be taken a journey of Interactive displays following the origins of whiskey in Ireland to today.
If there is one place to taste Irish whiskey it’s in Dublin and this guided tour takes you to some the best tasting rooms in the city of Dublin.
The Ha’Penny Bridge is a pedestrian bridge connecting the two sides of the River Liffey.
If you are looking for activities in Dublin that give you a bit of an adrenaline rush, Kellogg’s Skyline Croke Park Tour is the perfect tour for you.
One of the best ways to immerse in Irish culture is to get involved with their national sports!
If you are looking for things to do on your own in Dublin, this is a lovely way to spend the afternoon.
Trinity College Library is most famous for its library housing the Book of Kells but it is also Europe’s largest vaulted library.
When you visit Dublin, be sure to stop at The Little Museum of Dublin is a great introduction to the city.
The Christ Church Cathedral was founded in 1028 and when the Viking King Sitric Silkenbeard built the first wooden church on the site.
The Oscar Wild Memorial Statue is located across the street from Wilde’s childhood home.
At the address of No. 1 Merrion Square, you’ll see the childhood home of Oscar Wilde.