A visit to the Irish Pub in Dublin, the living room of the Irish - what you should know about it. During our stay in Dublin we had the opportunity to study the pub culture of the Irish a little more closely.
There is something that Dublin embodies for me - and that is the front doors of the apartment buildings. The houses themselves appear uniform along the streets in the city center. If it weren't for the doors of Dublin.
A visit to the Guinness Storehouse is a visit to the museum, which is all about the Irish dark ale. Spread over several floors are the showrooms of historical documents, beer vats, fermentation canisters and fun promotional ideas that the Guinness Brewery in Dublin has used throughout its history.
Few of them find their way to one of the most beautiful shopping temples in Dublin. Powerscourt Townhouse Center is just steps away from the city's famous shopping street, Grafton Street. Even if it is hidden away from the pedestrian zone.
Located in the center of Dublin, the Brooks Hotel succeeds in offering its guests an oasis of calm in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the center of Dublin. Its location cannot be beat: steps from the shops on Grafton Street, Trinity College and the pubs of Temple Bar.
Even from the outside, the facade of Bewley's Oriental Cafe in the center of Dublin looks inviting. It is even better when we open the doors. Immediately a coffee aroma flows towards us, which entices us to try the delicacies that are on offer here.
What to do in Dublin when it rains Quite simply: what you set out to do. At least that's the Irish motto. When traveling to Ireland you have to expect rain. If you adjust your clothes to it, a rainy day in Dublin is also an experience. Here are tips.
What a day! Or rather: what a weekend! Because we are invited to the St Patrick's Day Weekend in Ireland. We see how their own celebrate this day. We even visit the president.