Things to do in Dublin
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Dave and Deb of The Planet D round up the best things to do in Dublin, Ireland. There are some of the old stand bys like touring the Guinness Storehouse and other things to do you that you may not have known about.
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Fáilte everybody from the beautiful city
Hey we’re at the Guinness Storehouse guess what I’m
gonna do well of course our favourite being
Canadian is visiting the Guinness
Storehouse this is something you have to
do while you’re in Dublin not only do
you get to see how it’s all made more
importantly get to sample it.
A nice easy way to tour the city is the lazy bike tour. This is an electric bike tour that takes you to all the highlights of the
town. I’m pretty lazy so I like that one
for an insider’s guide to Dublin deck
The Le Cool Dublin tour. This
cultural experience takes you to
creative businesses run in innovative spaces
in the downtown heart of Dublin. One of
the coolest areas and definitely my
favourite is the Temple Bar you can head
there had some traditional Irish pubs
and grab some great food . A Saturday
morning wouldn’t be complete in Dublin without a
visit to the Temple Bar food market here and we’re at the Temple Bar Oyster Bar, why not have some oysters and some wine
Your in Dublin, who cares if it’s before noon right?
Come to Trinity College
another great thing to do when
you visit Dublin is to go to the Book of
Kells and Trinity College this is one of
the oldest most pristine book on earth
and they changed the pages every couple
of days so you get to see a new page so you
can go back again and again. I would say
the most iconic landmark in Dublin is
definitely the half penny bridge this
was the first bridge to join the two
sides of Dublin over the Liffey River.
If you like Gaelic Sports, you have to go to
Croke Park, it is the third largest
stadium in all of Europe and you can
take a stadium tour on the top at the
Etihad skywalk to see it from a bird’s
eye view. And don’t forget to check out the hurling museum in there and try your
hand at hitting that slitter like I did.
For a history lesson from Dublin’s Darker Days, Visit the
The Prison Tour Begins
It would be awful to be incarcerated here
the living conditions were so cramped
A great hidden gem is to go to Sweeney’s
apothecary, this is a really cool store
with all kinds of memorabilia from the
turn of the 19th century and you can
join him reading James Joyce.
And there’s a lot of literary history in Dublin as well.
Oscar Wilde actually has his house right
they’re not far from Swenys. You can stand by
his statue and actually see him looking at his childhood home.
One of the first places to check out when you’re in Dublin is the Little Museum of Dublin
This is great ’cause it is a crowd-sourced collection of a
lot of the history that Dubliners went
through from the 1800’s all the way up
into the present. My favourite is the
U2 exhibit on the top floor you’ve
gotta go in there and say hi to Bono.
when you’re in Dublin make sure you go
to the pub and listen to some
traditional Irish music or check out
comedy show, there’s some really good
ones right in the Temple Bar area.
So those are some of our favourite things as well
as some hidden gems that you can use the next time you go and explore Dublin.
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