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About Dublin, Ireland

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.

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When To Go

Like the UK, the best time for sunny weather in Dublin is the summertime. This is also the period when the city has its fair share of festivals, focused on everything from theatre to partying. March is when the St Patrick’s Day celebrations occur, which can be a lot of fun, while winter is the perfect time to keep snug by the fire in one of the cities pubs.

Fast facts about Dublin, Ireland

  • Currency
    Euro
  • How to get there
    Fly to Dublin airport
  • Official Language
    English
  • Time
    Same as in the UK
  • Time from airport
    25-35 minutes by bus into the city centre

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Learn about Dublin’s famous writers Writers Museum
    Dublin is proud of its writers and has good reason to be, counting James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Jonathan Swift amongst them. A worthwhile trip, the Writers Museum is the place to learn about the city’s rich literary heritage.
  • Spend the evening in a cosy pub Temple Bar
    If one pint at the Guinness storehouse isn’t enough for you, head to Temple Bar where you’ll find streets full of welcoming pubs. Most nights will see this quarter overflow with music, drink and good conversation.
  • Stoll around the grounds of Trinity College
    Founded in 1592 this is Ireland’s oldest university and it’s well worth ambling around its beautiful grounds. See the ancient Book of Kells and see the students around the university campus.
  • Take in some Irish history
    Learn about the history of Ireland across the three branches of this museum in Dublin. The archaeology section in particular offers a fascinating glimpse into the country’s Celtic past.
  • Visit the Guinness storehouse
    A popular tourist destination, the Storehouse has seven floors of information about how Guinness is brewed, the history of the brand and its many impressive advertisements. The price of admission even includes a free pint!