Get lost in the Irish charms of Dublin, a lively capital with bustling streets, a thriving culture scene and friendly people. Explore the enormous range of museums and galleries, including the National Museum of Ireland and the Dublin City Gallery, or wander the many streets to admire the elegant Georgian architecture as well as the city's two grand cathedrals. Designated as a UNESCO City of Literature, here you can follow in the footsteps of Samuel Beckett, James Joyce and Oscar Wilde. Dublin is perhaps most famous for being an excellent place to drink, whether you head for a tour of the Guinness Storehouse or Old Jameson Distillery or decide to spend the night in a cosy traditional pub, enjoying the company of the locals and their legendary craic. Other more unusual attractions which offer fascinating insights into Dublin's past include the Kilmainham Gaol and Glasnevin Cemetery as well as the Chester Beatty, which is home to rare religious and artistic manuscripts.
Don't miss the markets held at Temple Bar Square and Meetinghouse Square on Saturdays, selling fresh produce and locally made foods | Indulge in both literature and the city's famous pubs both at once with the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl | Dublin's climate is relatively mild, meaning it is great to visit all year round
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