Dublin is the quintessential Irish city, with a rich mix of history and modern culture that you’ll never want to leave.
Visit the Guinness Storehouse to learn the history of Guinness, do a taste test and learn how to do a proper pour. You can also visit the old Jameson Whiskey distillery. When you finish that, hit up one of Dublin’s many pubs for a pint.
Founded in 1592, Trinity College will make you feel like you’re stepping back in time. Make sure to stop by the library—it’s truly remarkable.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
The largest cathedral in Dublin and the national cathedral of the Church of Ireland, St. Patrick’s has an interesting history. It was built sometime in the early 1200s and was the church of the patron of Ireland, Saint Patrick.
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