What to do in Dublin in one day

09:00 – The Morrison Hotel

09:30 – O’Connell Street

10:30 – Brother Hubbard

11:00 – The Old Jameson Distillery

12:30 – Lunch at The Lotts Cafe Bar

14:00 – Trinity College Dublin

16:00 – Queen of Tarts

17:00 – St. George’s Arcade Market

18:30 – Temple Bar Area

19:30 – Dinner at Klaw Restaurant

21:00 – Belvedere Irish Night

22:30 – The Old Storehouse

23:59 – Krystle Nightclub

 

We mapped out your day trip in Dublin

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Dublin

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

During your Dublin day trips, you won’t have a shortage of thing to do. Experience the 13th century with the Dublin Castle and the St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Traipse around Temple Bar’s cobblestone streets lined with bars, cafes, art galleries, and old architecture and get a feel for the area’s riverside nightlife, shopping, and charming neighborhood appeal. Window-shop for vintage pieces at the Loft Market and people-watch on benches as Dublin’s hip students and fashionistas stroll by. Take a scenic walk through Trinity College and experience innovative technology at the Science Gallery. Whether you spend your day trip in Dublin touring the Guinness Factory or getting caught up in the rugby excitement at Croke Park, Dublin is the place to be

Tour the iconic Dublin Castle, wait in line to kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle and stroll around the National Botanic Gardens. Check out the Little Museum of Dublin, take a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher, or experience the Gaelic Games

From scrumptious pulled pork sandwiches to sea salt-flavored ice cream and mouth-watering cinnamon rolls, expect to find all sorts of amazing food in Dublin. Fish is fresh here, so try a fish burger or dive into a basket of fish and chips

Most natives in Ireland speak English, but the Irish have their own slang. “Spanner” is slang for “idiot”, “bang” means “smelly”, and “mawldy” is used to describe anything that is unappealing. “Bucketing down” is a phrase used to talk about rain and “craic” means gossip

Summer in Dublin is mild, with temperatures in the upper 60s and sunshine all day long, and fall brings temperatures in the 50s and 60s. Winter temperatures drop to the low 40s, but rarely below freezing. Spring weather warms up to around 50 degrees

The Aircoach, costing 7 Euros, is one mode to travel into the city. The Airlink, costing 6 Euros, drops off at Lower Gardiner Street, only a short walk from the city center or take local buses 41 or 16a for around 3 Euros

Hop-on-hop-off red buses are a fantastic way to see the city of Dublin. There are also a variety of free walking tours. Dublin is easy to get around and see the highlights of Dublin with the city’s many buses, trains, and LUAS trams

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