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Dublin
ashley
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
With all of my traveling, I always found myself in Dublin to get to the airport, but never actually experienced the city first hand. So, we spent two short days in the city once we returned.
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nicole.rosania
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted about 4 years ago
Capital of Ireland- such kind people and fun pubs provide you with a memorable, lowkey night out
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explorecore
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
Capturing the Irish spirit perfectly, there is a lot to do in the old streets of Dublin. Visit the Guinnes brewery, stroll through the streets or just enjoy the River Liffey.
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shez.like.the.wind
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
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maxlman
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
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kelseysilver
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted about 4 years ago
The live Irish music from every bar fills the city. Not to mention the abundance of beer everywhere you turn. A great place to go if you like to drink all day and dance all night.
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vittoriabrera
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted about 4 years ago
a city full of life, beer, and culture where in every corner you can find street performers. Dublin=music
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mikayla
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted about 4 years ago
12/10 recommend coming here for St. Patrick’s day and visiting the guniess store house and taking a day trip to the cliffs of Moore. Such a lively and special city
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roycecho
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
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shez.like.the.wind
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
The capital city of Ireland is full of life, pubs, dining experiences and is the culture hub of Ireland. See my list of things to do in Dublin for more details!
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mariethebaguettes
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
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explorewithlora
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted about 4 years ago
Moved here on a gap year and fell in love. Friendly locals, charming pubs, and the best glass of Guinness you will ever taste
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oh_she_travels
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
I have never seen more talented musicians in one city than in Dublin. There is live music on every corner, every pub, everywhere. If you love live music - go to Dublin, you won't be disappointed.
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thatanxioustraveller
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted over 3 years ago
Compact and legendarily welcoming, Dublin is a great place for a bit of craic - soak in the rich history and culture during the day, then hit the pubs at night!
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Ou_M
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
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she.is.blanca
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted over 3 years ago
Guineas beer at the temple bar
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nadia_dailyself
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted about 4 years ago
Just the right size, you can walk around Dublin's city centre and explore all the city's charm by foot. Culture, food & drink, art, history, it's all there. The best bit is, you're also surrounded by nature too. The Dublin mountains and Dublin Bay are just a stone's throw away.
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hannah
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
Hostels: Isaacs Hostel, Generator Hostel o Attractions: Temple Bar, Guinness Museum (after the tour you get to go up to the Gravity Bar that has 360 degree view of Dublin and get a free Guinness), Trinity College, Jameson Factory, St. Patrick's Cathedral, The Book of Kells o Pubs: Whelans, O'neill's, Temple Bar, o Restaurants: The Duke, Queen of Tarts, The Bank o Day Trips: Wicklow, The Cliffs of Moher, Bray, Howth, Galway
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gabriellealexandra
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
Where do I start? Dublin is a city filled with so much buzz and excitement, there is always something to do! I was in this city for a total of 5 days and here is what I got up to! Day 1: Arriving to temperatures of around 5 degrees make sure you are equipped with a warm parka and socks to make it bearable! We stayed at a hostel super close to the city called Sky Backpackers and would highly recommend. Free or cheap dinners and activities with something different on every night to socialise and meet fellow travellers. The rooms were standard but safe and had everything to make it comfortable to sleep in. Today we just checked in and explored a little, getting some photos on Hapenny Bridge and taking in the local sites around us. Day 2: Today we went on a free walking tour and I recommend everyone to do at least one of these in a country you are visiting! They are so insightful and help you get some historical knowledge on the country. It’s also a lot of fun too and a way to meet more travellers again! Our tour took us around the main sites like St Paul’s Cathedral and Trinity College.
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lisa
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
We flew into Dublin late Thursday night and stayed over at Bewleys hotel right near the airport. It was incredibly inexpensive through bookings.com especially since it’s a hotel (not a hostel). We got a family room for 4 for like 60euros and theres a restaurant and bar in the lobby. The next morning we took a cab from the hotel to the meeting place for the tour which is in downtown Dublin. When we returned from the tour late Sunday night we stayed in downtown Dublin at the Abraham House (hostel) which was fine but nothing special about it really. (You could see if shamrocker tours has any suggestions on where to stay too.) Its about a 10 minute walk from Temple Bar which is the big nightlife area in Dublin. We flew out of Dublin really early the next morning. Though we were bummed we didn’t get to see much of Dublin all of the locals we met were saying that Dublin is the worst city in Ireland and that the places we saw on our tour were more “Irish.” Though I do hear that seeing the Guiness factory is cool. But to be honest your better off seeing places like county Kerry, cliffs of moher and Ennis than staying in Dublin for your whole trip.
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maxlman
Dublin, County Dublin
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Dublin
Posted almost 4 years ago
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