Dublin sight seeing
Sight seeing in Dublin
Whether you are strolling the cobbled streets of Temple Bar and browsing vintage
boutiques, or visiting the long established Trinity College to marvel at the medieval book of Kells, there is something for everyone in Dublin.
One of the most popular attractions is the Guiness Factory storehouse
, which has daily group tours, where you can learn about the brewing process of one of Ireland's most famous exports.
A walk along the River Liffy is always worthwhile; it offers a view of the old and the new, as the modern commercial architecture merges with the European style river houses further along the river bank.
A trip across Ha'penny bridge (pictured) will take you to from one restaurant district to another, where you can appreciate the European cafe culture ambience that Dublin is really starting to nurture.
Behave like a true tourist, and book yourself onto a bus tour
. However cliché, it is a fun way to get involved, meet new people and get your bearings while learning about the rich history of Ireland's capital.
Walking tours are another great way to get the most out of your stay in Dublin, and walking through a city is often the best way to befriend it. Pat Liddy's walking tours
explore all the main sights on foot, including Dublin's castles and cathedrals.