The lilt of the Irish brogue permeates your wanderings through this dynamic city that, at its core, feels more like a friendly town. Both banks of the River Liffey, which bisects Dublin’s centre, offer a wealth of historical places to visit. Luckily, they are all within comfortable walking distance of each other. Begin your visit at Trinity College, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth, then head up Grafton Street, stopping for a piece of cake and coffee in Bewley’s. Wander towards St Stephen’s Green and the elegant Georgian townhouses on Merrion Square, with visits to the city’s excellent museums and galleries. The pub is still the living room of the people, so don’t miss dropping in for a pint of Dublin-brewed Guinness with lunch or when you need convivial resuscitation as you amble through the town. The denizens are welcoming, and in the evenings you may find fellow tipplers playing old Celtic tunes.
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Each of this furniture maker’s pieces has a story to tell.
Follow celebration suggestions from a Concierge.
The city is booming with new theatres, a new rugby stadium and a new convention centre. The atmosphere is upbeat and dynamic, warmed with the always friendly Irish personality.
The Full Irish Breakfast inspired this cocktail recipe.
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