Dublin, capital of Ireland, is a complete city where you can make many plans and enjoy its fine Irish pubs taking a pint.
One of the most popular districts of Dublins Temple Bar where we will find many pubs, restaurants and street music.
For sightseeing and shopping is the best street Grafton Street, a crowded area and where we can see the statue of Molly Malone. Another area of interest and quite commercial, across the River Liffey is OConnell Street.
Among the most interesting visits are Kilmainham Jail and the old Guinness Brewery, which has a panoramic bar from which you can enjoy incredible views of the city. We can also go to the old Jameson Distillery, which is a museum where the artisan process of elaboration of Irish whiskey explained.
Moreover, the most important religious buildings are the Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patricks Cathedral.
It is advisable to visit Trinity College, one of the oldest in the world and charming universities. We can also see the Museum of Natural History, the National Gallery of Ireland, the National Archaeological Museum and the National Library.
The best-known gardens are Merrion Square, which houses a statue of the great Oscar Wilde, Stephens Green, Phoenix Park, the largest in Europe and where there are still deer urban park.
Around Dublin are the Cliffs of Moher, very beautiful, and certainly one of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland.
Nightlife in Dublin starts soon, so we recommend dinner at eight at the latest and then go for a few pints at pubs of Temple Bar, all very typical and charming.