Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. The city surely has a lot to offer to tourists coming in and out of this marvelous city in Ireland. It has everything in store for travelers of all kinds- solo, group, young or old. If you’re looking to visit Dublin, this travel guide for Dublin is all you need.
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Dublin Airport is the busiest airport in Ireland. Majority of the tourists pass through Dublin Airport before transferring to another city. The airport is 12 km away from the city center but there are several transfer options that you can choose from.
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If you have 3 days in Dublin, our itinerary below can give you an idea where to spend your 3 days in Dublin
There are many things to do in Dublin; from museums, castles to awesome parks. There are also lots of free things to do in Dublin for people traveling on a budget.
Dublin Tours and Day Trips
Aside from the usual Dublin tours and attractions, there are also interesting and unusual tours in the city. Dublin tours include jail tours, ghost tours, grave tours, and singing tours – basically, there are tours for everyone! And if that is not enough, there are also several day trips from Dublin that visitors can do.
There are several options for accommodations in Dublin. From budget to midrange of if you have the money, even luxury hotels are available in Dublin.
Dublin Restaurants and Pubs
Not trying pubs in Dublin is the biggest mistake you’ll make in your Dublin holidays. No visit to Dublin is complete without visiting pubs and trying famous Irish drinks. Traditional Irish food is also something that you need to try.
What to wear in Dublin
If you are visiting Dublin and don’t know what to wear yet, here’s our guide on the packing list for all season in Ireland.
Dublin to other major cities in Ireland
Monthly Travel Guides for Dublin
We also have our travel guides for Dublin and all of Ireland by month. If you want to know what to see, do or travel tips for a specific month, you can check our monthly guides.
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What To Wear: If you want some ideas on what to pack for Ireland, check out this packing list guide for Ireland.
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