Pull up a pint of TGuinness,
sit down, and listen up. If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve recently arrived in
Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland. Now that you’re here, however, what’s to be
done? You can('t) very well sit around drinking Guinness the whole time you’re there.
Fortunately, Dublin has something for every type of traveler. You can get wasted in Temple
Bar with a motley crew of tourists, visit museums of everything from natural history to
modern art, tour both the Guinness Storehouse and the Jameson Distillery, wile away the
day poking your head into luxury clothing stores on Grafton Street, see live music and hit
the impressive club scene around Camden, Wexford, and Harcourt Streets...we could continue
all day long. The important thing to remember, though, is that Dublin is a fantastic city,
with incredibly friendly inhabitants and a vibrancy that never seems to dim. See as much
of it as you can—don’t constrain yourself to specific areas because you’re sure that
things just couldn’t get any better. They can, and they will.