First time to Dublin? Here's the perfect 4-day itinerary to introduce you to the many charms of this Fair City!

First time to Dublin? Here's the perfect 4-day itinerary to introduce you to the many charms of this Fair City!

Outside Dublin city, walks range from cliff loops to huge beaches to the beautiful Dublin mountains. Here are five walks with a handy map.

Dublin: 5 walks outside the city #irlnd

Outside Dublin city, walks range from cliff loops to huge beaches to the beautiful Dublin mountains. Here are five walks with a handy map.

What to do with 48 hours in Dublin, one of the world's friendliest cities. Tips for restaurants, cafes and things to do in Dublin.

Things to do in Dublin: A 48-hour guide

What to do with 48 hours in Dublin, one of the world's friendliest cities. Tips for restaurants, cafes and things to do in Dublin.

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland -- so relaxing and peaceful city.  Plenty of liquid sunshine daily!!!

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland -- so relaxing and peaceful city. Plenty of liquid sunshine daily!!!

Castle Island, Dublin Dublin is the capital and most populous city of Ireland.The English name for the city is derived from the Irish name ...

Castle Island, Dublin Dublin is the capital and most populous city of Ireland.The English name for the city is derived from the Irish name ...

Dublin, Ireland self-guided walking tour: Temple Bar

Dublin, Ireland self-guided walking tour

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.

Dublin city: top 9 attractions #irlnd

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.

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