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What to see in Dublin
Dublin might be famous for its St. Patrick’s Day festival and as the best maker of beers, but there’s so much more to the city you should experience. It’s packed with museums, castles, cathedrals, picture-perfect sceneries and natural parks.
Are you a nature lover? Ride the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) to Howth Head for a breath-taking view of the Wicklow and Mourne Mountains. If you love nature and Game of Thrones, grab your costume and take Dublin’s tour to where the show is filmed. Your tour guide could even be an extra from the actual show, who’ll even give you the inside scoop!
Stop and smell the flowers at the National Botanic Gardens and Knockree Gardens. See the home of fallow deer and Dublin Zoo in Phoenix Park. You can also enjoy a bike ride here, at Bushy Park, and Irish Centre.
Get your culture fix next and take the Luas tram to visit the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the National Museum of Decorative Arts & History, Kilmainham Gaol, and The Little Museum of Dublin. Discover even more of Dublin’s history, and get a pint while you’re at it, at The Guinness Storehouse. Complete your Guinness trip and take your drink to the Gravity Bar for panoramic views of Dublin.
Since many of Dublin’s attractions are free (yes, you read that right), spend your Euros shopping at Grafton Street and Henry Street. Then complete your day with a bite to eat or experience a “full Irish” night out. With this Dublin foodie guide, find places to eat all day or go on a pub-crawl through the city.
To get more out of Dublin and see it through the eyes of a local, try out their City of a Thousand Welcomes tourist program for free. You’ll have the chance to have a cup of tea or a pint with a Dubliner and talk about the best places you should see in do in the city, including hidden gems in the city.
When to visit Dublin
Dublin has cool summers and mild winters, so you can travel throughout the year and enjoy the weather. But if you want a warmer visit to the city, travel to Dublin around May and June when it’s sunniest.
You can fly to Dublin whenever you want since Australians don’t need a visa, just check if your passport’s valid for at least six months.
Travelling to and around Dublin
Your plane will land at Dublin Airport, where you can take the Dublin Bus or the trains to reach the city centre. Travelling around Dublin is easy too with buses, taxis, DART, and Luas. You can even download Ireland’s Journey Planner app.
So go book your Dublin flights today! Your pint is waiting for you.
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