What to do in Dublin in 3 Days
Travel | Europe | 05/17/17
A trip to Dublin is the perfect way to immerse yourself in true Irish culture. Music, friendliness, and greyhound racing are some of the many Irish traditions to discover. With a few museum visits in between, you will be spellbound by your three day trip to the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Roomlala has also included a few tips for finding somewhere to stay so that your budget can stretch to all that Dublin has to offer.
Day 1: Temple Bar and other must-sees
Start off your trip in the south of the city and discover some of Dublin’s unmissable staples. Start off with a morning walk around the famous St Stephen’s Green. From this exquisite garden, you will comme to George‘s Street – one of the most popular, bustling streets in the city. Music is always playing somewhere, as in most of the city, which creates a lively, festive atmosphere. When you get to the crossroads with Dame Street, head straight to Temple Bar – the host of the ultimate Irish night out!
Day 2: shopping and unusual bars
For your second day, head to the north of the city. From the O’Connell Bridge you can admire the Spire of Dublin, which has inspired many nicknames from Dubliners over the years and symbolises peace with Northern Ireland. The Moore Street Market and its many shops awaits you next for a spot of shopping. Head to the famous Church Bar, the only bar in the world in a church! At the end of the day, check out Capel Street for a chance to sample some of the delicious treats on offer at the restaurants dotted along it.
Day 3: Irish traditions
For the final day of your trip to Dublin, why not try out a more unusual attraction : greyhound racing in an amazing atmosphere. For beer lovers, the Guinness Storehouse is a must-visit, located at St James’ Gate. The museum tells the story of Ireland’s favourite and most famous beverage. To round off your trip, don’t forget to take in some of the local music which is easy to find in one of Dublin’s many traditional pubs.
Find somewhere to stay in Dublin
In order to make the most out of your trip to Dublin, it’s useful to find accommodation that’s conveniently located and comfortable, without breaking the bank. On Roomlala you can search for B&Bs and holiday rentals in Dublin, which will offer you total freedom to explore. If you prefer a local touch, why not look for a spare room with a landlord in Dublin – benefit from some local wisdom and recommendations!
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