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Dublin

Dublin

Ireland’s capital and biggest city, Dublin, is a pub mecca with an old charm! Given its big selection of popular pubs and rich entertainment, Dublin still maintains a cloak of calmness, which is a characteristic of the whole of Ireland. We are talking about the “Irish soul” that can be compared to the Spanish saying Mañanamañana! Dublin is Europe’s smallest metropolitan city with charm.

In Dublin, you will be welcomed by the helpful and friendly locals with open arms! Any person would enjoy Dublin, but the most frequent tourists are groups of friends taking a trip together to explore and immerse in a vibrant and happy atmosphere. Here, you can dance until the sun rises and enjoy what some people call the best nightlife in Europe! Don’t miss out on visiting the famous area Temple Bar in the old parts of the city, full of cool pubs, charming restaurants, and trendy clubs.

In addition to the famous nightlife, Dublin is, despite its size, a global and urban city! In the streets, you will notice its history ranging from the Viking age and up until the modern time. As a result of the country’s rising economy, Dublin is and will continue to be a city on the front edge of education, art, economics, and industrial development.

Dublin today is a very popular destination so Norwegian Holidays has handpicked the best hotels that are located close to the biggest and most unique attractions and activities that you can’t miss out on!

Psst: Spending St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin should be on everyone’s bucket list!

Tips! Do you have a passion for whiskey? Then you must visit the “Old Jameson Distillery”. You will find everything there is to know about Jameson’s Whiskey here, dating all the way back to the 18th century. You can try all the different whiskeys, have a guided tour and eat lunch at The Jameson’s Restaurant.

Getting around! The most important thing to pack when you are going to Dublin is a pair of comfortable walking shoes. There is no subway, and the tram operates only on one street. Exploring the city on foot is the best and most enjoyable way to get around.

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