The perfect destination for a city break, Dublin is full of fun, culture and rich heritage that’s bound to keep anyone entertained. Dublin’s heart is within the Temple Bar, where you’ll find many delicious restaurants, and traditional pubs serving local Guinness. Speaking of Guinness you can visit the Guinness Storehouse and find all about the heritage and science that goes into making the famous drink. Also within easy access is the beauty of the Irish countryside.
Originally founded as a Viking settlement, the city has seen its share of revolution, both politically and culturally. The city was made capital of the Irish Free State (later the Republic of Ireland) following the partition of Ireland in 1922, the same year the famous Irish novelist James Joyce produced his masterwork, Ulysses. Take a tour through the locations of Joyce’s novel or if you’re looking for a less structured stroll, drift from St Stephen’s Green to Temple Bar, find yourself a friendly pub and enjoy some good music and good company.