When most people think of Dublin, they think of Temple Bar and its lively pubs, where having a pint of Guinness is considered the epitome of the Irish experience. If you’re looking for the best pub for a pint of the “black stuff,” I might disappoint you. Beyond the clichés and tourist traps, this travel blog aims to show you the Dublin I know, the city I have called home for the last ten years.

Passionate about history, I have written extensively about the historic places to discover in Dublin, a fascinating city with roots as far back as the Viking era. From castles to whiskey distilleries, art museums to botanic gardens, I have experienced much of what Dublin has to offer and continue to be amazed by its rich history and culture.

So if you’re looking for insightful Dublin travel guides written by a local expert, you’ve come to the right place. I hope you’ll enjoy these articles.

Marble Bust, Trinity College Old Library, Dublin

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