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The word “craic” sums up the spirit of Dublin. Just like the city, they represent a bubbling, sparky mix of fun and banter, fellow-feeling, warmth and conviviality. This is quite possibly the most sociable city in the world.

Dublin is a place that loves to party, as any evening spent on the cobblestones of the hyperactive Temple Bar district will prove. But Ireland’s capital has much more to offer than just its famous pubs. It boasts gorgeous Georgian architecture and a number of world-class museums and galleries, many of them free to visit, and some of them gathered around the picturesque quadrangles of ancient Trinity College. The city has had a fairly turbulent history, beginning with Celts and Vikings, and tied together by threads of mass migration and a titanic struggle for independence. Exciting interactive attractions such as EPIC Ireland and GPO Witness History will immerse you in all these stories. Dublin also has a major literary tradition, spanning Joyce and Yeats, Swift and Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Roddy Doyle – as well as a vibrant live music scene that will have you reeling and jigging all through your stay.

Upcoming Events at Dublin
National Heritage Week

FREE


Dublin
Sat 13th Aug - Sun 21st Aug
Dublin Fringe Festival 2022

€10.00


Dublin
Sat 10th Sep - Sun 25th Sep
Culture Night 2022

FREE


Dublin
Fri 23rd Sep - Sat 24th Sep