Ireland’s capital is known for drink and distinctive humour, the one finely complemented by the other. It is a offbeat beauty whose attractions include a brewery and a distillery.
The Guinness Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery will present an integral part of Dublin’s past, while the National Gallery and the National Museum represent the cultural heritage of Ireland. Others present the capital’s extensive literary legacy, honoured in the Writers Museum, and its religion, in the Book of Kells in Trinity College, and in St Patrick’s Cathedral. Combine all of that with a wealth of historic pubs and you have a city that will intoxicate you with its charm and atmosphere.