Dublin Must Do's and See's
Ireland's capital has so much to offer and you can do almost all of it in 2 days.
- •St. John Oliver Gogarty's - get their soup because it comes with Guinness bread that's amazing
- •St. Stephen's green - small park where you can have a quick stroll or finish up a coffee before sightseeing in the south
- •Merrion square - large park with gorgeous flowers and street lamps
- •O'Neill's pub - yummy buffet food and some of the tables have their own beer tap that measures how much you pour out and tracks it for your payment at the end!
- •Boxty's - hip restaurant that's a bit overpriced but worth the experience. Get the cabbage and chick peas side as it's both authentic and yummy
- •Musashi - woahhhh this place was amazing. Dumplings and cha han were the best I've ever had and this was smack dab in the middle of Dublin
- •Queen of tarts - cutest little place. Great for a healthy or hearty breakfast and delicious pastries
- •Hatch & Sons - lovely little place that feels like a country kitchen. Great for breakfast or lunch!
- •P Macs - a hip bar full of college and grad students. They even have board games to play!
- •The palace bar - go here if you want to meet middle aged Irish men that are eager to meet you. Oh and also to get a feel for a real Irish pub
- •National Gallery of Dublin - great, free, and small museum. Only took 30 min to walk through
- •Book of Kells - definitely worth the 12 euros. Such a beautiful, old library!
- •Georgia Street Arcade - hip and antique shopping. Also, yogism is in there and it's the best froyo I've had outside of the US
- •Literary pub crawl - also well worth 12 euros. You get to meet some amazing travelers, laugh your head off, and learn quite a bit about Irish writers, anddddd drink at 4 unique pubs
- •The Merchant pub - huge, dark, and wooden, this place feels like a Viking ship. Friendly staff, but every Irish person I met was pleasant
- •Tinder - amazing way to meet locals - cute ones too!