Dublin – The epitome of Irish heritage and culture

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From fascinating Irish architecture to small cobbled streets, Dublin- the capital city of Ireland holds a huge reputation among the visitors and being here will never disappoint you. Take a stroll to explore its eye-catching spots ranging from medieval castles to cathedrals, the city’s rich history and culture has a lot to offer. Few of the city’s major landmarks include the Dublin Castle, the Phoenix Park, the Guinness Storehouse and the Ha’penny Bridge. Apart from its rich nightlife, the city’s serene cafes are the perfect place to spend your time sipping that perfect cup of coffee.

Best time to visit: If you are looking to travel to Dublin, then plan your trip between the months of June to August or September to November. June to August is the time when summers are at peak and the city is flocked with tourists. However, if you are looking for some great deals, then plan your visit between the months of September to November, the temperature is mild and the hotel prices are affordable.

How to reach:

By Air: The Dublin Airport is the city’s official international airport. Situated at a distance of 11 km from the north of Dublin City Centre, the airport can be reached within 30 minutes depending on the mode of commutation. Together with Turkish Airlines, we at IndiGo can connect you from India to Dublin with multiple flights to Dublin as well as to several other European cities from Istanbul.

By DART: The DART system is a rail system that crosses the Irish sea coast. Hop on to this quickest mode of transport to save time and money. It connects the city centre to southern suburbs, such as Dun Laoghaire, Dalkey, etc.

By Bus: With connectivity to almost all the key areas of the city, Dublin has a strong bus network. The bus routes connecting the city centre runs from the outer northern suburbs to the outer southern suburbs.

By Car or Motorbike: You can also visit the city by renting a car or a motorbike. The car rental or motorbike rental is another option; however, make sure you travel before the rush hours to avoid traffic.

Getting around: The city’s convenient mode of commutation makes it easy for all to move around in Dublin. Hop on the various modes of transportation, such as the DART system, buses, and taxis, etc., to explore the city better or take a walk tour to explore the hidden spots of Dublin. If you are tired enough to go for a walk tour, then go for bike-rental services.

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Places to visit in Dublin

  • The Dublin Castle: The Dublin Castle is a prehistoric government complex that holds the treasure of 800 years of Irish memories. Standing proudly on the highest ridge, the castle is spread over an area of 11 acres. Taking a stroll under a self-guided or guided tour will comfort you to witness its major attractions, such as the Chester Beatty Library, the Chapel Royal, and the Garda Museum and the Revenue Museum. This incredible structure is one of the main landmarks of the city.
  • The Phoenix Park: Built on an area of about 1,700 acres, the Phoenix Park is an enormous park that features long stretches of lush greenery. From exotic greens plants, bushes to trees, the park is a house to the Dublin Zoo; a place for animal lovers. The park is located near the downtown of the city Dublin, and hence can be reached easily. Additionally, its key attractions include a sports area, the Wellington Monument, and the residence of Presidential and US Ambassador.
  • The Christ Church Cathedral: One of the architectural wonders of Dublin, the Christ Church Cathedral is popularly known as the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity featuring Romanesque interiors. The cathedral is a fully-operational church of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough. The church’s five cathedral services are performed five days a week. Its choir service is broadcasted on radio and television on occasions, such as Christmas. The choir’s two acclaimed CDs on Christmas carols are Meditations and Remembrances. There is a nominal entry fee to the cathedral that is worth the visit.
  • The Ha’penny Bridge: The most well-known spots of Dublin, the Ha’penny Bridge is a pedestrian passage that crosses the River Liffey. The bridge’s name from well-thought and kept as the Ha’penny Bridge; it is the price the locals had to pay to cross the bridge. This popular structure can be seen in the tourism brochures, books, postcards, and memorabilia. Hence, can be taken back as souvenirs for family and friends.
  • The Guinness Storehouse: Based near the St. James’ Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse comes among the main landmarks of tourist attractions of the Dublin city. Its beautiful interior is designed in the shape of a pint and is the largest pint throughout the world. A chargeable tour to this storehouse is worth every penny. While taking a stroll of seven floors, you’ll witness the brewing history of the Irish and the Guinness family. Don’t forget to visit the Gravity Bar to enjoy a pint of refreshing beer along with the panoramic view of Dublin’s horizon.

Places to eat in Dublin

The Sussex
The Sussex

Are you looking to try the best Irish cuisines in Dublin? Well, we know exactly where you should head to. The Sussex, placed on the popular bar M O’Brien’s, is a traditional restaurant that serves Irish cuisine. Its best offerings, include Caesar Salad, Seafood Linguine, Braised Lamb shepherd’s pie, etc. Their relaxed and welcoming atmosphere makes the experience unforgettable.

The Fumbally
The Fumbally

The Fumbally is a casual and happening restaurant for that special time. If you are looking for a healthy bite then visiting this restaurant won’t disappoint you at all. Are you planning to visit the place? Well, we advise trying their flavoursome Italian Roast Pork sandwich, one of the lip-smacking pork sandwiches in Dublin.

Locks 1 Windsor Terrace
Locks 1 Windsor Terrace

Near to the Grand Canal is Locks 1 Windsor Terrace a classy place known for serving the best cuisine in town. Its dishes are prepared using the finest flavours and ingredients. The restaurant’s one of the most ordered dishes is rye bread service with smoked trout Irish butter and the crisp lamb belly with young carrots and local sheep’s cheese. So, enjoy being here to get a taste of Irish cuisine.


If you are looking for a budget-friendly eating joint, then plan your visit to the Bunsen. This eating joint is popular to serve some of the best hamburgers in Dublin. Its menu features limited food options along with some of its best drinks. So, enjoy being here for the love of those hamburgers with extra cheese.


Shopping in Dublin

Are you confused over what and where to shop in Dublin? Well, don’t be. We have numerous options for you to help pick from. Dublin is famous for some of the best silver-plated cutlery, modern pottery and ceramics, linens, as well as connemara marble. If you love to spend on food and drinks, then pick from a range of chocolates, tea and Irish brand whiskies. Also, don’t forget to pick the popular variety of Irish cheese, such as Gumbeen, Coolee, Dubliner and Cashel Blue.

The Dublin Flea Market: If you have a budget to follow, then prefer taking a stroll at the Dublin Flea Market that takes place on side streets in Dublin. The flea market takes place especially on weekends that to at a huge scale. It features almost 60 stalls that sells things from furniture, old clothes, baby supplies to reusable household. So, enjoy your time shopping.

The Grafton Street: Among all the most popular streets is the Grafton Street that features Molly Malone sculpture at the bottom. The street is a premier shopping location in the Dublin city. It’s an attraction for performers, as impromptu performances from various artists have been witnessed. Well, start your shopping by exploring the famous range of department stores, boutiques, and jewellery shops. Even if you don’t wish to buy anything, taking a stroll here is a treat to eyes.

The Henry Street: Located on the north of the river Liffey, the Henry Street features a line of shopping malls to high street stores. Hit the street to explore the stalls that offer everything from fresh produce to household goods. Pick the stylish hats to beat the sun and handbags to move in style. Few of its oldest and largest departmental stores are worth your time.


Nightlife in Dublin

Along with fascinating Irish architecture, the city has a rich nightlife for you to enjoy. From clubs to bars, the city is a hub for night owls and music fans. Its traditional style pubs are known to organize live music for that perfect moment.

Temple Bar: Based on the riverside of the neighbourhood, the Temple Bar is one of the crowded pubs of the city. It hosts some of the best DJs, who are known to play some live folk music. The club’s diner’s menu includes American, Asian, and Irish cuisines. So, visit the place to enjoy your night and groove on the best beats. 

O’Neill’s: If you are looking for a place where local Dubliners prefer going, then O’Neill’s is the place you should head to. You can spot people both locals and tourists of all age groups enjoying the night out dancing and singing. Are you planning to be here on weekends? Well, then be here on or before time to snug a spot of your choice, as the bar is mostly crowded on peak days.

Dice Bar: If you are looking for a late-night party destination, then head to Dice Bar a party hub. This dimly lit bar is designed as a New York movie set. Few of the most preferred American music played in the bar is from the Buddy Holly, the Ronettes and the Pixies. So, if their playlist matches your taste, then you know where to head at.

Where to stay in Dublin


The Radisson Blu Dublin Airport If you prefer staying near to the Dublin Airport, then the best property is the Radisson Blu Dublin Airport. This renowned property needs no introduction and is the most preferred by all tourists. Along with elegant and welcoming staff, the hotel’s in-room services are appraising too. It offers 24-hour shuttle service, free Wi-Fi connection, parking and coffee/tea


The Wilder Offering comfortable and spacious rooms for a memorable vacation, the Wilder is a townhouse that features a terrace, a garden, and a shared lounge. Its bedroom is fully-equipped with amenities, such as a flat screen TV set, free Wi-Fi access, etc. Staying here will help you save your commute time.


The Croke Park Hotel Situated across the Park Stadium is a luxury hotel that possesses spacious rooms for your pleasant stay. The hotel’s fully-equipped rooms feature amenities, such as smart tv sets, a mini entertainment system along with free Wi-Fi. So, if you are looking for luxurious accommodation, then the Croke Park Hotel is the right place for you.


The Gleesons Townhouse Booterstown Are you looking for a comfortable, yet affordable place to stay? Well, don’t worry. Gleesons Townhouse Booterstown is a property that offers spacious rooms along with access to free Wi-Fi. Its in-house kitchen is known to serve one of the best European cuisines. So, plan your visit for a relaxing stay.

More reasons to visit Dublin

The Old Jameson Distillery: Located near to the Smithfield Square, the Old Jameson Distillery is an old distillery that is known to create refined whiskey. A tour to the distillery will take you across the entire process involved in creating the refined form of whiskey. It is the best place to taste the finest quality of distilled whiskey. Apart from this, at the end of the tour a Whiskey Taster Certificate is given that certifies your knowledge in traditional Irish whiskey.

The Spire of Dublin: Located in the centre of the O’Connell street, the Spire of Dublin is a historical monument that is spread over an area of 120 metres over the ground. This stainless-steel structure is 15 centimetres at the top and its base is of 3 metres in diameter. The monument is the highlight on sunny days, as the sun rays lighten the structure making it an eye-catcher for all the locals and tourists. Its apex is an exterior mode of light during the night. So, don’t forget to plan your visit for an awe-inspiring experience.


Visa and Immigration

If you’re an Indian passport holder travelling to Dublin, then you have to apply for Schengen visa online with the documents required. The Schengen visa is a short stay visa issued to visit the Schengen countries; the visa is issued to tourists that are planning to visit their friends, family or other non-business trips for up to 90 days from the date of entry.

Your visit can be either continuous or several, depending upon the visa type; single entry or multiple entry. Another essential point to consider while applying for the visa is that your passport should be valid for 6 months prior to your travel date

To ensure a hassle-free and seamless travel, here is a detailed information about the Ireland visa – www.goindigo.in/information/visa-information/ireland-ir-visa.html


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