Coming to visit Dublin is not difficult at all, in fact, unlike many other European capitals, the city is not very big and in a few days you can discover each corner of it.
The major attractions are all around the Liffey and seeing them all won’t be hard.
Worth visiting, especially for lovers of literature, is the Dublin Writers Museum and the James Joyce Center.
While still remaining on the culture subject, another key place to visit is Trinity College, where – in addition to a soothing panorama– the Book of Kells is kept safely guarded, considered to be one of the most important and beautiful books of our time. Another milestone for art lovers is the National Gallery of Ireland, with works by Caravaggio, Rubens and Yeats.
As for fun, well, you’ll find it everywhere in Dublin! First place not to be missed is the most famous beer factory in Ireland: the Guinness factory. At the Guinness Store House you will discover the history of beer and there will be numerous samples of this delicious dark beer.
If you succeed in leaving sober from Guinness Store House, the time is perfect to have some fun around town. The pub and the streets are crowded with many people who enjoy themselves with a drink or two, usually in pubs with live music, where it is easy to also exchange a few words with locals. One of the most frequented by young people is the Temple Bar, where fun is always on the agenda.
Dublin is a fantastic city and, with its beautiful green areas and parks it is able to conquer anyone.Categories: Guides
Localities: Dublin, Europe, Ireland