Dublin - cosmopolitan and intimate

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One’s of Europe’s smallest capitals also carries one of the biggest punches in terms of atmosphere: it is justifiably a favourite European destination.
Dublin manages to be cosmopolitan and intimate at the same time. It is as if this “fair city, where the girls are so pretty” was made up of a collection of villages that together make a place that is not too large, but still big enough to have a great time.
This isn’t exactly a scientific study but we reckon Dublin has more pubs per capita then in another European city.

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Indeed, no trip to Dublin is complete with a visit to one of its many pubs, where music, Guinness, good laughs and banter flow freely. It’s a pretty unique experience and worth the trip alone.
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Dublin - What to see and do

The National Museum of Ireland offers an incredible look into the history and culture of Ireland and its society, the perfect option for a cold, rainy day, whilst at the Dublin City Gallery you will find plenty of contemporary Irish artwork.  

The Book of Kells exhibition must be part of your trip to Dublin. The Book of Kells is the world’s most famous medieval manuscript and it is housed in the Old library building at Trinity College Dublin. 

Dublin has multiple distilleries within the city, many of which offer bespoke tours and tasting sessions. 


Dublin - Gastronomy

Think of Ireland and the famous Guinness drink may come to mind. Dublin is home to the Guinness storehouse: the home of Guinness! Considered to be Ireland’s number one visitor attraction, you will be able to learn all about the process of making this legendary drink. It’s open all year round for the ultimate multisensory experience. Enjoying a pint of Guinness in a pub in Dublin is a great way to relax at the end of the day. Even better, with over 1000 pubs across the city, you will be spoilt for choice. 

Old buildings and spaces are now being taken over by modern, stylish restaurants and bars transforming the cities culinary landscape bringing a new lease of life to this city. 


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