Dublin Pocket Guide

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Birthplace to many of the world's most popular musicians, writers and singers, Dublin is the perfect city for a break at any time of the year and has something for everybody. If you are looking for culture there are a host of museums to visit, if the great outdoors are your thing then you can take pleasure in a stroll in one of the world's largest city centre parks, and if you enjoy letting your hair down you will love its legendary nightlife.

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  • Cheap Eats How to save money by getting 'early-bird' specials and more.
  • Don't Miss Find out where you can learn all about Dublin's most famous export and more.
  • Budget Tips Discover ways to save money and what's to do for free.
  • Neighbourhood Watch A breakdown of some of the city's best neighbourhoods, such as seaside villages Howth and Dun Laoighaire.

Dublin City Reviews

  • 80%


    Dublin Craic

    Dublin is a lovely city if you don't mind the cold! I recommend seeing all the touristy stuff but make sure you check out some local pubs (not Temple Bar) to really see the culture. This is my favorite part about Ireland. Also, if it's sunny out, spend some time in Stephen's Park. I say this because that's where most of the locals will be if they have good weather.

    Insider Tip:Ask the locals about where to get the best fish and chips in Dublin.

  • 50%


    Dublin City Summer 2015

    Touristy city. Very expensive. Average 10 euro for a meal, 4.50 for a pint of Guinness. Spend no more than 2 days in the city. Ireland is gorgeous and the West Coast is, in my opinion, far superior. I spent 4 days and over 200 euro. Not regretting the trip, just the duration.

    Insider Tip:Fly into the West side of the country if you can get a flight from Europe. Shannon, Galway, etc. are cheap flights through RyanAir and especially Aer Lingus. Aran Islands and Galway are much more cultural locations. Dublin is fun for a night or two, but it is easy to see the top sites there in a day.

  • 60%



    It's a city. The Guinness tour is really great and definitely a must-do. The bars are all pretty fun. But the city itself was just okay. Trinity college is worth a visit as well.

  • 80%


    Really Fun

    I went to Dublin to visit some friends but I had the first two days to myself to wander around town and it was great. I went to the National Museums and they were really cool, I highly recommend the Archaeolgy and National Art museums.

  • 80%


    Abundance of History, Culture and Guinness

    * Kilmainham Gaol prison * O'Donaghues pub * Trinity College Dublin * Phoenix Park * Glendalough & Wicklow Dublin is a great city. A lot of history and culture and beautiful natural scenery close to the city. It's a little expensive if you're, like me, used to travelling in Eastern Europe and East Asia. However, the friendliness of the Irish people and the atmosphere of Dublin make up for that!

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