Dublin, Ireland. ‘Hello … let me out … where’s the f**ck am I’ 62-year-old Irish Defense Force Shay Bradley heard knocking on his coffin, made his relatives and friends laugh even after he died while being buried with his last recorded audio.
Dublin has so much more to do than just go to the pub… although that’s certainly a must-do Irish experience!
Known for its beautiful architecture, rich history, colorful culture, and friendly locals, Dublin is one place you’ll want to add to your bucket list. There are endless things to do and see in the Irish capital city, ranging from dressing up as a Viking and feeling like a leprechaun at the city’s most famous museum, to strolling through the iconic streets and parks that give Dublin its unique character.
There’s no city quite like Dublin, and with all the sights and activities on offer, it’s impossible to be bored here. Keep reading to find out what 10 brilliant things you should do in Dublin.
There are so many different ways to judge the top pubs in Ireland. Length of time in business, popularity, unique features, best pulled pints and poured cocktails, the quality of the craic and live music.
Thankfully, the folks at MailOnline Travel have shared their ranking of the best pubs in Ireland. If you’re trying to pick which pubs to prioritize on your next trip to Ireland, you can’t go wrong with one of these.
Last month was Food and Drink month here on IrishCentral, so we asked you to tell us where the best place to eat in Ireland is.
Almost 200 IrishCentral readers responded to our survey, telling us where their favorite place in Ireland was and why.
Not surprisingly, “great food,” “friendly people,” and “music” were among the most popular reasons readers cited a pub or restaurant as their favorite:… continue reading Best pubs and restaurants in Ireland, according to you!
Now Ireland may not be known for its epic weather. In fact, aside from Irish people’s obsession with commentating on it, it is generally pretty mediocre.
Grey skies and rain are as common as potatoes in Ireland (so remember to pack a rain jacket and some comfy waterproof gear when visiting the Emerald Isle), but so is the chance of unexpected sunny blue skies (so pack layers, too!).
Our Summers are not (usually) excessively hot and our Winters rarely drop a few degrees Celsius below zero. This means that although the weather isn’t glorious all of the time, it’s not the absolute worst, either.
Seeing as Ireland has some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Europe, we’ve learned to acclimate to our weather and enjoy the natural wonders this small island has to offer, regardless of the outside temperature. Continue at Source: The 5 Best Beaches in Dublin
Wicklow (also known as the “garden of Ireland”) has some of the most stunning beaches in all of Ireland, not to mention Europe.
Unfortunately, though, Wicklow also has – like the rest of Ireland – some of the most unexpectedly random weather.
Warm blue-sky days can quickly change to overcast and dull. And oftentimes, unannounced winds can sweep across the sea bringing rain with them, and turning a beach day from the top to please stop.
While the mid-year months in Ireland are much warmer than Winter, they too can pose a threat to a day at the beach. However, being from the island of Ireland, locals have become accustomed to this reality. Continue at Source: The 5 Best Beaches in Wicklow