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Your City Guide to… Dublin

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and home to Guinness! If you’re looking for a beautiful city break, with lots of hidden gems, this is the city guide for you!!!

 

1. Places to Stay

There are many beautiful hotels to stay in, filled with history all around the city, but the top three most beautiful and central hotels would have to be:

  • The Shelbourne
  • The Westin
  • The Westbury

2. Eat

Breakfast/Brunch:

  • PÓG
  • Two Boys Brew
  • Meet me in the Morning

 

Afternoon Tea:

  • The Ivy

 

Lunch:

  • Bewleys
  • Suesey Street
  • Balfes

 

Dinner:

  • Chapter One
  • Glovers Alley
  • The Greenhouse
  • Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

 

Drinks/Pubs:

  • The Temple Bar
  • The Bridge 1859
  • The Lucky Duck
  • Grogans

3. Things To Do

There are hundreds of things to do around Dublin! Whether you would like to go for long walks, visit museums or castles, or amble around the city, Dublin has it all!!

  • Take a walk around St. Stephens Green
  • Visit the Guinness Storehouse
  • Visit the Jameson Distillery
  • Walk around Temple Bar and Ha’penny Bridge
  • Visit Kilmainham Gaol
  • Visit the Jeanie Johnson to understand the Irish Famine
  • Visit the National Art Gallery
  • Visit the statue of Molly Malone
  • Visit the Trinity Library where you’ll find the Book of Kells and the library Harry Potter was filmed in!
  • Howth Walk
  • Visit the Spire
  • Visit Phoenix Park
  • Visit Dublin Castle
  • Visit Malahide Castle

 

 

5. Shop

Dublin has lots of little markets, boutique stores, vintage shops, and high-end department stores!! Here are some of the best places to find them all!

  • Grafton Street
  • Henry Street
  • Brown Thomas
  • Arnotts
  • Avoca
  • Georges Arcade
  • Hodges Figgis
  • Temple Bar Market
  • Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

 

 

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