Dublin is known for its beer, Irish Whiskey, and Gremlins. Dublin is more than just beer and Irish Whiskey. These are just a handful of the amazing places you can see in this vibrant city.
Guinness Store is Dublin's most popular tourist attraction. It is located on the former Guinness Brewery. You can take a self-guided tour and then enjoy a pint of Guinness at the "Gravity Bar" at top of the brewery. You can also look for the Day Tours From Dublin online.
Trinity College has the "Book of Kells", a famous text dating back to 800 AD. It contains four Gospels in Latin. They are beautifully illustrated and were brought from Iona.
You can have a wonderful lunch at the restaurant, then go to the gift shop and spend the whole day, if you so desire.
The Iveagh Gardens are a tranquil oasis in central Dublin. It is considered better than Stephens Green by many. It has sculptures, sunken grasses, rockeries, and a rosarium. There's even a hedge maze and waterfall. It is a hidden treasure, yet it is close to the busy city of Dublin.
The famous St. Stephens Green is just around the corner. It has over 2 miles of walkway through beautiful trees, sculptures, and charming foliage. This beautiful green oasis is a popular spot for locals to have ice cream, lunch, or simply relax. During the summer, there are some great concerts at The Green.