Sprinkle your visit to Dublin with great international and Irish art available to see for free in Dublin’s art museums. With antique, richly decorated bibles, artworks by Renoir and more, the city’s art museums should appear firmly on your must-see list.
Visiting Phoenix Park in Dublin requires a guide in itself. The largest enclosed park in Europe has a long history and harbours interesting historical attractions behind its high stone walls. Uncover what is worth seeing in this historic Dublin park.
Drawing from a decade long experience living in the Irish city, I share with you 20 tips to visit Dublin on a budget. From flying low-cost to cheap hotels, free things to do to eating on the cheap, this money saving advice will help you enjoy Dublin without breaking the bank.
Wondering about the right place to stay in Dublin? Find out about the best neighbourhoods you should consider while planning a trip to Dublin.
Witness the Irish whiskey revival in Dublin with these 4 fully-functioning whiskey distilleries open to visitors right in the middle of the city.
The 1916 Easter Rising was a defining moment in Irish History acting as a catalyst for the Irish independence. Enlightening exhibitions and fascinating tours all around Dublin shed light on those dramatic events.
Sometimes slammed as Dublin’s tourist trap, Temple Bar’s cobbled streets and colourful pubs attract thousands every day. Beyond the clichés, Temple Bar is still a place worth visiting for its quality restaurants, unique shops and cultural events.