No one will fault you for taking the more traditional tourist route to sightseeing in Dublin, but when you’re done exploring St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Kilmainham Gaol Museum, and the Guinness Storehouse, take a journey to see the city's quirkier, less visited attractions. Care to see Napoleon's toothbrush or stroll through a car park to uncover the coolest street art? Follow our lead and visit these eight hidden gems in Dublin for a unique and unforgettable experience
Fabulous Ireland travel itineraries to make the most of your time on the Emerald Isle. Whether you have one week, 10 days or to weeks, these detailed itineraries recommend stops and must see attractions in Ireland that are suitable for the whole families. Stop include Dublin, Kerry, Connemara, Donegal and much much more
Guinness is so much more than Ireland’s favourite stout. While the brewery at St James’s Gate – complete with 9,000-year lease – remains one of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks, the city also has the Guinness family to thank for the beautiful public parks of St Stephen’s Green and the Iveagh Gardens, as well as the restoration of stunning St Patrick’s Cathedral. Of course, there’s the 7-floor Storehouse, complete with Gravity Bar: the perfect spot for a tall, dark drink.