Ahh Dublin, the capital of Ireland and one of the most majestic cities you’ll visit. It’s well known for its pub culture, being the birthplace of Guinness, but it’s not just a city for a rowdy crowd. 

In fact, Dublin has some of the friendliest locals you’ll ever meet. The Irish are very proud of their country and heritage, and love to share this with anyone who visits and cares to take an interest. 

Unwind in St. Stephens Green

It is the largest of the Georgian Square parks and St Stephen’s Green was one of my favorite places in Dublin to sit and relax, watch the world go by, and have a beautiful picnic lunch. 

Tour Trinity College

The lawns and cobbled quads are a pleasant escape from the mad rush of the city that lies beyond its walls. Take your camera and make sure you take a photo in front of the famous Trinity Bell. 

Drink in a Pub and Listen to Irish Music

Going to Dublin and not drinking a pint in a pub is like going to Sydney and not seeing the Opera House. And guess what, Dublin has 850 pubs so you will never be left scratching your head as to where on earth you can do this. 

Visit The Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is super popular, in fact, it is Ireland’s most visited destination ahead of the Cliffs of Moher so it definitely should be on your list of things to do in Dublin as it’s one thing that makes up the culture of Ireland. 

Drink Irish Coffee and Wine Bars

If you are planning a big night out, make a wine bar a place to stop after a few pints in the pub. The wine bars are lots of fun to drink at. Some have evening jazz and wine tasting events.