THE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE
This was our favourite out of the two tours we did whilst in Dublin as it’s a lot more interactive compared to the Guinness tour. We had a fantastic tour guide who took us around the Jamesons Distillery and broke down the complete process of how Irelands most famous Whiskey is made. There are plenty of taste tests along the way, which is great for anyone who loves drinking Whiskey straight! Plus you also get a free Jamesons based drink at the end of the tour, I went for a Jamesons and Ginger ale which was gorge!
On Our last day we were conscious of making sure we didn’t run out of time before our flight so we decided to just wander around the city and take in the sights. Not far from the centre is the beautiful constituent college of the University of Dublin, Trinity College. Home to treasures like the Book of Kells it is so lovely to just meander around and take in the scenery. As it was Spring the blossom trees were brimming with their stunning pastel pinks hues which really made the college look beautiful.
One of the most famous parts of Dublin well known for its lively atmosphere, we took a wander down here also in the day just to see what it all looks like. Even during the early afternoon hours several of the bars had Karaoke booming away inside and there was just a great atmosphere around the area.
THE BROTHER HUBBARD CAFE