Dublin, Ireland, Travel

Where to go in Dublin?

February 1, 2014







Image sources: Hard Rock Cafe // Dublin Castle // Temple Bar // Jameson’s Distillery // Guinness Brewery // Trinity College Library


We’ve just booked a little five day break to Dublin at the beginning of October and I’ve gone into planning overdrive.

I love to plan ahead so we don’t miss out on something amazing. We plan to do the obvious ones like; Dublin Castle, the Guinness Storehouse, the Jameson’s Distillery and of course Trinity College Library – a Bibliophile’s idea of paradise.

What else should we include on our list? Where are the best places to eat? What places have you stumbled across by accident in Dublin and been so glad you found them?

Please share your suggestions for things to do, see and eat in Dublin! If you’ve done a blog post about a trip to Dublin, leave the link below too. 

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  • Sorry I’ve never been to Dublin, but that sounds like so much fun!! I hope you have a great time, take lots of pictures! 🙂

  • There’s a Hard Rock Cafe?! Now I need to go, I’ve been trying to visit all the HRC’s, I’ll never manage it!

    • There is, a trip anywhere is not complete unless you visit at HRC. I really want to stay in one of their hotels just to see what it’s like.

  • Many people prefer to have road trips on their vacations and it is actually one of the best ways to travel across the new place and discover the country. A five day break for Dublin is a good idea for the spending a good time in Ireland.

    Dublin is the capital of Ireland and there are a lot of things in Dublin for visitor’s attractions. Guinness Storehouse is very famous attraction for tourists in Dublin, Ireland and it’s good that you have included it in your list. When we went to Ireland last year for a week time we stayed in a luxurious hotel.

    Every morning we plan for a trip to a new place and some of the famous places we visited are Dublin Zoo, National Aquatic Centre, The National Gallery of Ireland, National Botanic Gardens, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Science Gallery at Trinity College. There are many museums too in Dublin. We also went to the Henry Street, Moore Street and Grafton Street in Dublin. We also went to some of the beaches with the rental car that we had booked from Dan Dooley (http://www.dan-dooley.ie/car-rental-hire-dublin-airport.htm)car rentals in Ireland. An early booking of car is a smart way to save money and get rid of the last minute hassle in booking for the cars. We enjoyed a lot in Dublin and I had done a lot of shopping also from some of the famous markets there.