We could have easily spent our three days in Dublin seeing nothing more than the inside of pubs, but there’s a lot more to the city than just downing pints of Guinness goodness. Many of the historic sights are condensed within the city center, which makes for an easy Dublin, Ireland self-guided walking tour – and helped keep us out of the bars, if only for a few hours.
Travel Ireland| Serafini Amelia| Dublin is one of the most famous Irish cities, and rightly so! Form traditional music at the Cobblestone to the classic Guinness Brewery at St. James' Gate there's a wealth of things to do. Find out some more of them here
I don't want to jinx it or anything, but the weather has been pretty decent recently. So, it got me thinking, what are the best seaside trips to do around Dublin?When I asked Twitter for people’s thoughts on Dublin’s beaches, here’s one fairly blunt response I got…“There are no proper beaches in Dublin.
Guinness is so much more than Ireland’s favourite stout. While the brewery at St James’s Gate – complete with 9,000-year lease – remains one of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks, the city also has the Guinness family to thank for the beautiful public parks of St Stephen’s Green and the Iveagh Gardens, as well as the restoration of stunning St Patrick’s Cathedral. Of course, there’s the 7-floor Storehouse, complete with Gravity Bar: the perfect spot for a tall, dark drink.