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.
“My Goodness, My Guinness” said the famous advert of a beer that put Dublin on the map. The Guinness family were successful entrepreneurs but what good did they do for the city? Let’s explore the Guinness legacy in Dublin.
Planning to hit Dublin’s gay bars but don’t know where to start? I live in Dublin so let me paint a picture of Dublin’s gay scene for you. Small but uncomplicated, gay Dublin welcomes all travellers, gay or straight.
The Bay of Morlaix is one of the reasons why I like to visit Finistère’s northern coast. From historical sites to architectural landmarks, from religious heritage to lush botanical gardens, the Bay of Morlaix doesn’t fall short of things to see.
Escape to the country and discover 5 places to visit in the countryside near Dublin, Ireland. Gardens, castles, an ancient monastic settlement and picturesque seaside towns are among the most inspiring places to visit around Dublin.