Be InSpired

With its profusion of traditional bars, iconic brands and historic haunts, Ireland's capital city has long lured party lovers and culture seekers.

Practically everyone who comes here visits the Guinness Storehouse to sip of its brew and take in some mighty views from the rooftop Gravity Bar. But the Old Jameson Distillery, with its warm bricks, copper stills and the elusive angel's share is equally worthy of your patronage. Either way, you can sample both beverages at the trail of traditional pubs dotted across the city.
Families and esoteric types can indulge their whims in any number of museums and cultural venues. From the James Joyce Centre to the National Wax Museum, Hugh Lane Gallery to Chester Beatty Library - all life is there.
And if you're feeling particularly otherworldly, may we suggest a trip to Glasnevin Cemetery or Dublin's two main cathedrals. Find these, and much, much more in What to see.
Finally, a few miles outside the city lie some of the east coast's most elegant, exclusive and enchanting escapes. So pick your destination and plan your Dublin Daytrip.
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