Ireland’s capital is a city noted for its drink and its wit, the one fuelled by the other. It’s a quirky beauty whose attractions include a brewery and a distillery.
The Guinness Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery show one aspect of Dublin’s past, while its National Gallery and National Museum are fine cultural attractions. Others reflect the city’s rich literature, honoured in the Dublin Writers Museum, and its religion, in the Book of Kells in Trinity College, and in St Patrick’s Cathedral. Throw in its array of historic pubs too and you have a city which is, literally, intoxicating!