Dublin is most famous for its Guinness, and what better way to experience it than to visit the Guinness Storehouse, and take a behind the scenes look at how it’s made, with the opportunity to pour your own Guinness at the end of the tour overlooking the Dublin city from their very own Sky High Gravity Bar.
Dublin is full of so much history and culture and visiting its churches are a great way to learn about this beautiful city.
You can visit Dublin Castle, see it´s stunning architecture and there is public access to the Medieval Undercroft, Chapel Royal and State Apartments available.
Christ Church Cathedral is an incredible historic landmark to be seen. You can wander through the halls and explore its history through an exhibition.
Wander in the Phoenix Park, inside you will find Dublin’s Zoo with beautifully landscaped gardens and an array of wildlife, along with Ashtown Castle, The President’s residence and a Viking Cemetery which are all inside.
A very Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison which housed some of Ireland’s freedom fighters as well as the most curious criminals, you can take a tour and learn all about its history.
There are many Restaurants and Pubs to explore in Dublin, with many live gigs playing in the Pubs to get a real feel of its traditional Irish Music.
Dublin is a compact city so you can get most places by either walking around or cycling.
There are many different Bus routes you can take to get around the City.
The Luas is a tram system that connects Dublin to its suburbs, with trams running every 5 minutes at peak times and 10-15 minutes at other times.
Or alternatively, you can hire a car to get around Dublin and see the sights or get in a Taxi.
The Dart is Dublin’s electric train system, with trains running every 10-20 minutes and the train runs along the coast from Malahide and Howth in the North, to Greystones in the South.