What to do When You Find Yourself in Dublin

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Want to plan a lovely weekend away but don’t want to travel too far? Why not take a trip up to Ireland’s capital, Dublin? The charming city will win you over with all the beautiful architecture.

 

When planning a trip, you want to make sure that you stay in a central location. The stylish Schoolhouse hotel, a former school building in the city’s Georgian quarter is a beautiful option; the rooms are draped with tapestries and equipped with the softest silk sheets. If you want somewhere a little more lively try The Clarence, the dapper art deco bar and sultry prohibition-style cocktails will make for a great nightcap.

 

If you are into sampling the fine tipples that Dublin has to offer do book yourself a tour with The Irish whiskey tours, drinkers get a crash course in malts across the Emerald isles along with a walking tour around the city. If you want to take in more cultural sights with your ale then try Dublin’s literary pub crawl, the tour – led by two actors, takes you to the watering holes of beloved writers such as Beckett, Yeats and Joyce.

 

Dublin has a lot of striking sights to be seen, starting with the old Library; the stunning building will take your breath away. After taking in the sites it is inevitable that you will work up quite the appetite, we suggest heading down to 101 Talbot for some Irish-accented modern European dishes. If you wanted something a little lighter head over to the Drury Buildings where they serve the most delicious Italian inspired dishes such as Buffalo mozzarella and heirloom tomato salad.

 

Want to plan a lovely weekend away but don’t want to travel too far? Why not take a trip up to Ireland’s capital, Dublin? The charming city will win you over with all the beautiful architecture.

 

When planning a trip, you want to make sure that you stay in a central location. The stylish Schoolhouse hotel, a former school building in the city’s Georgian quarter is a beautiful option; the rooms are draped with tapestries and equipped with the softest silk sheets. If you want somewhere a little more lively try The Clarence, the dapper art deco bar and sultry prohibition-style cocktails will make for a great nightcap.

 

If you are into sampling the fine tipples that Dublin has to offer do book yourself a tour with The Irish whiskey tours, drinkers get a crash course in malts across the Emerald isles along with a walking tour around the city. If you want to take in more cultural sights with your ale then try Dublin’s literary pub crawl, the tour – led by two actors, takes you to the watering holes of beloved writers such as Beckett, Yeats and Joyce.

 

Dublin has a lot of striking sights to be seen, starting with the old Library; the stunning building will take your breath away. After taking in the sites it is inevitable that you will work up quite the appetite, we suggest heading down to 101 Talbot for some Irish-accented modern European dishes. If you wanted something a little lighter head over to the Drury Buildings where they serve the most delicious Italian inspired dishes such as Buffalo mozzarella and heirloom tomato salad.

 

We suggest you do your research and enjoy the next bank holiday; the stunning city is one not to be missed!

What to do When You Find Yourself in Dublin