Youth Hostel – Dublin attractions

Dublin is a city that has changed much since the 1990s and become a key destination in Europe.  Beyond being a young, lively, party going place, Dublin is also beautiful on the human scale as it attracts many tourists who find something to fill a short or a long stay.

The reputation of welcoming Irish people is not a cliché – you will leave with a heart full of warmth.

Youth Hostel - Our suggestions for Dublin

Attractions

Going out of Dublin for the day

If you have the chance, try to escape from the city for the day, by taking a a train ticket (the DART, Dublin Area Rapid Transportation). For less than 10 euros, you can use it without limits for 24 hours. The

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Attractions

Temple Bar

A visit to Temple Bar is a must! Once a notorious neighborhood, and even doomed to destruction in the 1980s, Temple Bar, located on the south bank of the Liffey, has now become the most fashionable district of the city.

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Museums

Museums in Dublin

Dublin has some beautiful museums that are recommended to visit if you have a little time, or if a rainy day makes you want to stay indoor. And what is great about Dublin is that the entry of all the

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Attractions

Dublin Literary Pub Crawl

Are you passionate about literature AND beer? Try Dublin Literary Pub Crawl and follow the footsteps of James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde and many others by visiting their favorite pubs while listening to excerpts from their works read by actors. These

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Attractions

Guiness Storehouse

The main attraction in Dublin is obviously related to the Guinness, the world famous local beer : it is the Guinness Storehouse. In this old building from the early 20th century where the Guinness was once brewed, you will learn everything

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