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With a history and culture steeped in folklore and good-humoured ‘craic’, there’s no surprise Dublin boasts a myriad of charming secret spots and only-locals-know hangouts. Take a look at some of our favourite hidden gems below.
Not so much a secret but a definite gem, the Gravity Bar at the highest point of the famed Guinness Storehouse is an absolute must when in Ireland’s capital. Enjoy the 360-degree view of the city while sipping on a complimentary pint and nab yourself some of the best panoramic photos you’ll get all trip.
For a glimpse of old-world grandeur, head to the Long Room – the main part of The Old Library at the esteemed Trinity College. Discover 200,000 of the Library’s oldest books nestled along this 65-metre-long room in one of the most impressive libraries in the world. Perfect for a mid-sightseeing breather!
Enter this 19th century, Victorian-built shopping centre and discover a multitude of treasures inside. Under five minutes’ walk from the popular Temple Bar district, this undercover market is one of the oldest of its kind in Europe and boasts countless independent boutiques and dining options. Shop the Dublin way!
Delight in one of the best examples of surviving Georgian architecture in Dublin on the south side of Dublin city where this grand square is located. Merrion Square was home to some of Ireland’s most famous citizens of the past, including Daniel O’Connell, Oscar Wilde and W.B. Yeats. A journey into the ‘heart of Georgian Dublin’ is a definite must.
Relax like a local and stroll the Grand Canal, once used to transport all the Guinness out of the city. With a dedicated clean-up campaign each year, the area is now the perfect spot to grab a coffee and soak up the city’s atmosphere. Find time to wander the Grand Canal on your visit to Dublin.
For arguably the best pint of Guinness in Dublin (and that’s a tough competition!) head to Kehoe’s in the heart of Dublin City. As soon as you walk through the door, you feel the sense of history - almost like being in someone’s family home. Enjoy a great pint in one of the most traditional pubs in Dublin.
Thrill seekers will want to check out Croke Park - an award-winning visitor attraction and home to unique and exciting experiences. If climbing on the roof of one of Dublin's largest stadiums seems like your thing, you're going to love The Ericsson Skyline Tour. Offering panoramic city views, insights into Dublin’s landmarks, as well as access to Ireland’s official highest open viewing platform, it’s one not to be missed!
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