Ireland: Dublin


We did not have enough time in Dublin. I feel like that was the theme of this trip: too much to see and not enough time. We split our time between planned visits, such as the Book of Kells and Guinness Storehouse, and just exploring the city on foot. As with the other Irish cities we visited, the street art was fantastic and sometimes funny.

We wondered the grounds of Dublin Castle and I loved the pollinator friendly garden. I could have spent a good amount of time relaxing in the sun to the buzz of bees. You can see the garden in my video below.

If I was to visit Dublin again I would take a tour of the Dublin Castle and probably a tour of Trinity College as a whole, not just visit the Book of Kells. Have you visited Dublin before? If yes, what is your must-visit recommendations? Safe travels and leave no trace.

Thank you KW Photography for allowing me to use your wonderful photos!

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6 comments on “Ireland: Dublin”

  1. Yes, I totally agree….there is never enough time in Ireland. 🙂 I could make a hundred trips and still want to go back and see more.

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  2. I had nine days when I visited Dublin, so was able to visit everything I wanted to see at a relaxing pace. Luckily, I had a friend in Dublin who was able to get us into Trinity College Library for free (honestly, though, I don’t think it would have been worth the price they charge for admission…it’s pretty darn steep).

    As for a must-visit, I’d say the National Museum of Archaeology (lots of Viking treasure, Irish gold work, and bog people), the Botanic Gardens, and the crypt at St Michan’s Church (CREEPY).

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