Dublin – Complete Guide to the Irish Capital

A complete guide to planning your trip to Dublin. Write down the tips and enjoy a lot!

Dublin is a city that brings together medieval tradition and historic architecture with the hustle and cultural diversity of the present day in one place. A big city that maintains the air of a small town, full of attractions for all ages and tastes.

The Irish capital with a Viking past and great literary names, it also has an excellent musical legacy and world fame due to its beers and pubs spread across its territory. It is one of the favorite destinations for young students and groups of friends who are looking for beautiful scenery, history, adventure and a vibrant nightlife.



If you are interested in knowing more about the city, just scroll down and see all our tips:

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Dublin Weather

One of the main and most famous attractions in Dublin is the tour and tasting at the Guinness Storehouse where the iconic Guinness beer is produced. And speaking of beer, be sure to visit the Temple Bar pub area, where there are countless bars, funky shops, art galleries and renowned restaurants in pedestrian-only streets.

For cultural outings, make a point of visiting the Dublin Writers Museum, with various objects and exhibitions on renowned Irish writers, as well as Trinity College, which houses the most beautiful illustrated book in the world: The Book of Kells, dating from the XNUMXth century. IX. It is also worth visiting the National Gallery of Ireland and the famous Kilmainham Gaol prison.



For history buffs, the central area of ​​the capital is home to the 700th century Dublin Castle, as well as the nearby Holy Trinity Cathedral. And for those looking for nature in the middle of the big city, you can attend Jardim Dubh Linn or Jardim Iveagh or Jardim St. Stepgen's Green. There is also the immense Phoenix Park, over XNUMX hectares in size.

See below the main attractions of the city and surroundings:

  • Main attractions in Dublin

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Where to stay in Dublin – Our hotel recommendations

Os hotels in Dublin offer a lot of variety to tourists. Accommodations range from the simplest to the most luxurious. The location often changes the price range, but it is not difficult to find good accommodations for an affordable price and close to the center. Just choose carefully, and you'll find the ideal Dublin hotel for your trip.

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Dublin – Complete Guide to the Irish Capital

Click on the photo and make your reservation at Westbury Hotel

Dublin – Complete Guide to the Irish Capital

Make your reservation at Maldron Hotel Parnell Square by clicking on the photo

Dublin internet chip

It's getting easier and cheaper to have unlimited internet throughout your trip in Dublin. Nowadays you can buy an international cell phone chip online while you're still here in España. We always use and love it!



You receive the sim card at your address and then just insert it into your cell phone to reach your destination with unlimited 4G internet working.

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Want to have unlimited internet throughout your trip?
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Dublin – Complete Guide to the Irish Capital

Customs House – Irish Customs House, in English

Dublin travel insurance

Hire a Dublin travel insurance it is indispensable. To have fun and enjoy the best of the country's attractions without worrying, the best thing to do is to buy travel insurance with good medical and hospital coverage. So you can relax to enjoy the destination.

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Dublin – Complete Guide to the Irish Capital

Trinity College

Dublin car hire

Renting a car in Dublin is a great idea. In addition to optimizing your time a lot, you will be able to enjoy it more without having to depend on public transport.

We really like Rent Cars to find the cars we use on our travels. It is the only one in Spain that compares the best rental companies in the world, but lets you pay in reais, without IOF. In addition, it is also the only one that lets you pay in 12 interest-free installments. It is worth it!


We made a super complete post with tips for how to drive in ireland. We explain how toll collection works in the country, roads, necessary documentation and much more. It is worth checking!

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Haven't rented a car for your trip yet?
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Dublin – Complete Guide to the Irish Capital

Holy Trinity Cathedral – Christ Church Cathedral, in English

Flights to Ireland

Looking for a good deal and flight prices? When buying tickets to Ireland, it is worth taking a look at the website Promo Tickets.

It is quite common to find cheaper and better flight options than on other sites. We always use and is it worth it?

Dublin – Complete Guide to the Irish Capital

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