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About Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

Renowned for its laid-back allure and rich cultural heritage, Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is steeped in a fascinating history that traces back to the days when Vikings first laid its foundations. Thanks to influential figures such as Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, and Jonathan Swift, Dublin boasts an unruly artistic streak that has contributed to its cosmopolitan character. The city also embraces the Irish way of living in the moment, known as “craic,” which has played a vital role in shaping Dublin’s vibrant atmosphere.

Dubliners are avid cyclists, as evidenced by the extensive network of cycle tracks spanning over 120 miles throughout the city. Additionally, Dublin’s bike scheme provides 450 bicycles for public use, conveniently available at 40 bike stations scattered across the city. Remarkably, one can cycle from one side of Dublin city to another in thirty minutes.

Here’s an intriguing fact: Dublin produces a staggering 10 million pints of Guinness daily, affectionately referred to by locals as “a meal in a cup”! The aroma of hops wafts through various corners of the city, a testament to the vast quantities of this traditional stout beer crafted at Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse.

Phoenix Park

Visit the largest walled park in Europe. At 1750 acres, this park is 5x the size of London’s Hyde Park and 2x bigger than NYC’s Central Park.

Old Jameson Distillery

Relive the story of John Jameson and Son through the history, the atmosphere and above all, the taste.

Science Gallery at Trinity College

There is always something new to see at the Science Gallery – where art and science collide.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Built between 1220 and 1260, the Cathedral is one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin.