4/5 - Good
Verified traveller22 Nov 2019
Its a very historic place, plenty to do do, nice trips Downside I thought the temple bar area was expensive But lots of other bars and restaurants are just a walk away with more reasonable pricing
Reviewed on 20 Nov 2019
Reviewed on 19 Nov 2019
Smell the toasted barley in the air and soak up the sense of history as you step into the story of Ireland's most celebrated stout at the Guinness Storehouse. Skip the line and learn about the brewing process, hear about the history of the brewery, and take in a view over Dublin as you sip an ice-cold pint straight from the source.
Discover the age-old distilling process that produces each carefully crafted drop of Jameson Irish Whiskey. Walk through the exacting process with a guide answering questions as you go, enjoy a glass of Jameson in the bar, and get an official tasting e certificate.
Discover the vibrant city of Dublin on an unlimited hop-on hop-off bus tour. With a 24 or 48 hour ticket, you can explore the Irish capital at your own pace.
Venture out of Dublin for a day spent soaking in the history and scenery of Ireland among the emerald hills of the south. Visit medieval Blarney Castle, explore cosmopolitan, riverside Cork at your leisure, and stop to see the centuries-old structures atop one of Ireland's wonders—the Rock of Cashel.
Experience the wild western edge of Ireland on a full-day outing to the coastal Cliffs of Moher. Take in sweeping views of the Atlantic, learn about the fascinating, rocky geology of the Burren, and stop at charming, historic villages like Doolin and Kinvara.
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Verified traveller20 Nov 2019
Loved the Guinness factory the locals the banter. Friendly helpful people everywhere we went. Temple Bar buzzing.
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