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Dublin Pocket Guide

Images Of Dublin

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

  • 90%

    soulcj6130

    Dublin, the lovely and peaceful city ever with politest people

    Everyone in Dublin were very friendly, no racism (I am South Korean) at all. Everyone were eager to help me without any hesitation :) Still, there are not much to see in Dublin unless you are planning to travel entire Ireland. I saw most of popular places in Dublin by one day, but still Dublin is a good place to chill and relax :)

    Insider Tip:Starting from Writer's museum (It is not really worth to visit unless you are studying literature tbh), end was Guinness Storehouse (YOU MUST VISIT). If you are taking a ferry, don't ever think of reaching to port by walking. It takes more than an hour and its really tiring. Check the weather before you visit Dublin :) Bobo's and Queen of Tarts were best restaurants ! Never forget to drink GUINNESS !

  • 70%

    Anonymous

    One short day in Dublin

    Dublin is a beautiful city, but very commercialized. If you have spent any significant amount of time in London you will feel as if you are in London, but with a different accent. It is quite lovely though.

    Insider Tip:Definitely eat at a pub. They are all great.

  • 70%

    Anonymous

    When compared to other European capitals, Dublin might not be breathtaking, but it is a great place to breath and live the Irish culture, especially if you are interested in the 1916 rising and the independent process. Don't forget to have a pint of Guinness at its home!

    Insider Tip:Take some time to explore places out of Dublin, such as Howth or Bray. Also spend a couple of days in Kilkenny, a lovely medieval town, which is not far away from Dublin (2 hours by bus).

  • 90%

    Anonymous

    Look for little man in his 6o's named Gerald. he walks around the tourist attractions and gives free tours. He is SO knowledgable and is such a sweet man. Meeting him and going on one of his tours was my favorite part of Dublin. He knows all the nooks and crannies and secrets of Dublin. Find him and you won't be disappointed!

  • 90%

    Laragh9

    Love of my life

    I've been travelled a lot but Dublin is where my heart is, since the first time I was there (15 years ago) I just felt in love. Hopefully I will be able to move there someday, for now I go there to spend a weekend each month or almost :) Dublin is Amazing, but the Dubliners are so lovely! If you're lucky enough to meet one of them, as it's a very multicultural city.

    Insider Tip:Try to meet a Dubliner, with their lovely and clean accent and ask him to show you the city with his eyes. Stay away from Temple bar, so expensive, and try to explore other bars like in Dame Street or George Street. I loved a place called " No name" close to George st.

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