Dublin For 3 Days: Sample 1:
Wake up to an amazing Full Irish Breakfast. Get you ready for a fun filled day :)
Make your way up to O'Connell Street, the mail street of the City. Do a spot of Shopping and visit the General Post Office (GPO)
have a look at the 1926 Museum. Then head to the Old Jameson Distillery.
Make your way to Temple Bar area, with a fun & friendly atmosphere also great for a bit of shopping with lots of lanes and side streets you
never know what you may find:)
Make your way back to the Guesthouse and unwind with a bit to eat Le Bon Crubeen, head into the Celt Bar for a nice
refreshing "Pint" while listening to some Live Irish Music. Get ready for day 2 :)
Why not do the FREE walking tour ? meet up at City Hall @ 11:00am , this tour covers the main sites and delvers into Dublin's amazing History. This tours goes on for 3hrs (11am-2pm)
Grab a bite to eat and head to Trinity College home to the " Book Of Kells" a 9th Century religious text book. Walk the fabulous grounds.
Make your way to the Guinness Storehouse and learn how to pull the perfect pint of Guinness. Yes you can pull your very own!!
you can either walk OR get the bus.
On you way back stop off at the Jeanie Johnson Tall Ship and learn all about the Famine era.
While your there have a stroll up the river see the tall buildings and shining lights it is a beautiful sight.
Head up to Croke Park just 15-20 Minutes walk from us. Visit the GAA Museum , take "Access All Areas " trip through the home of Gaelic Game's on the Croke Park Stadium Tour.
Or take the Etihad Skyline Tour and see Dublin from a 17 story high roof.
Grab the bus and head to Dublin Zoo. Stop off at the daily live feeds. When finished in the Zoo take a stroll through Phoenix Park! Witness some beautiful scenery. Why not head to the Collins Barracks just a short walk away..
Make your way to the Guesthouse for a well needed rest:)
Dublin For 3 Days: Sample 2:
Grab a Dublin Sightseeing Bus Ticket choose from the 1-2 day.
See all that Dublin has to offer. Stop off the all the must see sights.
Why no do a day tour? with many to choose from and each 1 just as good as the other:)
For example the "Cliffs Of Moher". Arrive and witness the breathtaking views at one of the worlds great natural attractions.
The bus also makes several stops such as Kinvara which means "Head of the Sea", this gives a very good insight into Kinvara's history:)
Also stopping Off at Wild Atlantic Way Coastal Drive, Doolin , Bunratty Castle and Golden Vale Of Tipperary.
This Tour like a lot of the other day tours start early and return around 20:00, so you will be gone for the day.
If you haven't seen all that you wanted yo see or missed some spot's of Dublin do so today:)