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Even if you’ve never fancied Guinness before, there’s something in the Dublin air that compels you to sip a sample of Ireland’s most legendary liquid.
There are plenty to find and some have acquired some interesting nicknames (ask a local!). Keep your eyes peeled for James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and Molly Malone, and the tall, emaciated people of the Famine Memorial.
Closed in 1924, this is a bleak but fascinating attraction. The only way to visit the Gaol is with a guided tour, which is great as you learn all about Ireland’s turbulent past and independence as the jail housed the leaders of the Easter 1916 rebellion.
Discover how the world-famous brews are made at the Guinness Storehouse or Old Jameson Distillery, and enjoy a pint in the Temple Bar at a live music ‘session’.
After his death in 1992, his London studio was moved in all its messy glory to the Hugh Lane Gallery. Look through a perspex window at the 7000 items: a huge easel, piles of paints, jars, brushes, rags, pots, books, photos, towels and empty boxes of Krug Champagne.
The oldest University in Ireland, founded in 1592, has prime real estate in central Dublin and is home to one of the world’s most famous books, The Book of Kells.
Take a guided walking tour to see Dublin city’s ‘hidden gems’ and be introduced to local Irish people in some of Dublin’s most famous hot-spots. Taste authentic Irish food and drink as you go around the city.
Experience the historical rebellion that would shape the nation. Move around the city and see the various sites of the different battles and incidents from the 1916 uprising.
You can’t come to Dublin and not visit the home of Guinness. You’ll hear about the 250 year history, the brewing process and see some of the impressive advertising campaigns. Finish off with a pint of the black stuff in the Gravity Bar with impressive views over the brewery and the city.
Are you planning your next trip to Dublin? Want to learn more about this destination? Or looking for ideas and inspiration for your next holiday? Here is where you can find our featured articles on Dublin.
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