Category: Ireland


Guinness Storehouse

Put aside everything you think of when you think of a brewery tour; this is not just a brewery tour. Located at the world-famous St James’ Gate, the Guinness Storehouse […]

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Temple Bar

A visit to Dublin would be entirely incomplete without a trip to an authentic, Irish pub (or two). Located smack bang in the cultural hub of Dublin, Temple Bar is […]

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Dublin Castle

This site has stood as one of Ireland’s most prominent political sites since 1204. Until 1922, Dublin Castle served as the home of British rule. The Castle’s history is extensive. […]

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Kilmainham Gaol

It’s hard to think of somewhere more haunting and spectacular than Kilmainham Gaol. Built in 1795, Kilmainham Gaol was hailed as a modern masterpiece in prison design. Visitors nowadays recognise […]

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Jameson Distillery Bow St.

Established in 1780, the Jameson Distillery forms an iconic part of Dublin’s industrial heritage. There’s an intense debate raging online as to where the best whiskey is produced. However, the […]

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Ha’penny Bridge

At over 200 years old, The Ha’penny Bridge is perhaps, Dublin’s best-known landmark. The bridge was cast in 1816 and has served as the only means of crossing the river […]

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Trinity College Library

Steeped in history, a visit to Dublin’s Trinity College is an essential stop on any exploration of the city. A working university campus, Trinity college is simply stunning. Perhaps the […]

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Natural History Museum

Museums should always be high on travellers’ bucket lists as they provide excellent (usually free) access to the cultural or natural history of the surrounding area. This is definitely the […]

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City Guide to Dublin, Ireland

The city of Dublin is located on the east coast of Ireland and it is a very popular city, as there is a lot of things to see and do. […]

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