Dublin is a small capital city; 3 or 4 days are enough to visit its most famous sites. For a more advanced discovery (museums...), it takes more time. The suburbs are also very interesting and picturesque, so it would take a little more than a weekend to visit the centre and the surrounding suburbs (4 to 5 days)
Arrival, transfer and hotel accommodation. A city tour, not to be missed: Trinity College and the Book of Kells, St Patrick's Cathedral, the National Gallery. Evening in the Temple Bar area, restaurants, bars and atmosphere always guaranteed
Stroll through the historic heart, then continue and discover the Guinness Brewery, the historic Kilmainham Prison, DublinWriter's Museum, Phoenix Park... In the evening, go to the trendy Temple Bar district and push the doors of a few historic pubs.
There are several interesting historical sites around Dublin. You should visit at least one of these: Newgrange (prehistoric funeral passage) in the Boyne Valley and the monastery of Glendalough in the Wicklow Mountains. Return to Dublin late in the day.
The centre of Dublin is also full of designer shops and other businesses, it is impossible not to fall in love with the different Irish specialities. Whisky and spirits, tweed clothing, Barry's Tea, wild salmon and much more. Return flight
© Dominique Auzias & Jean-Paul Labourdette