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Published : Nov, 2023

Sites and attractions | Suggested itinerary | Local transport | Any food | Bars and pubs | Museums | Historical sites | City tours or passes | Shopping
Trinity College | National History Museum | National Gallery | National Museum | St. Stephens Green | Dublin Castle | Chester Beatty Library | Dublinia | Christ
Ready to explore the Irish capital? Here’s how to make the most of 3 days in Dublin.

As the largest city in Ireland, creating the perfect Dublin in 3 days itinerary can be daunting. However, it doesn’t have to be.

How do I know? I am a Dubliner, and I’m going to share all my best travel tips with you to plan an epic itinerary for your visit.

There is no end to the things to do in Dublin but with my local knowledge of the city, you will soon be planning your perfect stay in the Irish capital and maximising your time.

Ready to get to this ultimate guide to seeing Dublin in 3 days? Let’s dive in!

Published : Jul, 2023

When to visit | Sites and attractions | Bars and pubs | Cultural Activities | Nightlife
The Liberties | Christ Church Cathedral | Dublinia -hisory museum | St. Patrick^s Cathedral | Ha^penny Bridge | getting around Dublin | Dublin -university town | Long Room | Molly Malone | Merrion Square Park | River Liffey |
Dublin is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland, being home to nearly a quarter of all Irish people living in Ireland. And since Dublin is also home to the country's main international airport, it's the city the majority of visitors are going to encounter first.

Dublin is the Irish city that feels like a proper “city,” with tons of museums and attractions, plus no shortage of restaurants, pubs, and nightlife opportunities. Dublin is a university city, too, meaning it's got a young vibe that can be a lot of fun.

If you're headed to Dublin for the first time, here's how I would spend 3 days there...

Published : May, 2023

When to visit | Sites and attractions | Local transport | Any price accom
Marsh’s Library | Dublin Zoo | Dublin Castle | Jameson Distillery | Phoenix Park | Chester Beatty | Temple Bar | Kilmainham Gaol | Trinity College | St. Stephen’s Green | Guinness Storehouse
I love Dublin. While the city isn’t the prettiest in the world (and on a cloudy day it can feel downright gloomy), there is so much literary and cultural history here you can’t help but feel inspired as you explore. It’s a lively city brimming with traditional pubs, live music and dancing (so much Irish jigging), and a hearty, vibrant food scene.

While Dublin does have something for everyone, I think history buffs and late-night revelers will get the most out of the city. Some of the world’s most famous writers cut their teeth here and there is a sprawling pub scene that ensures you’re never far from your next pint.

Best of all, Dubliners are a friendly, inquisitive bunch always happy to show you a good time.

You just simply can’t go wrong with a few days in this city.

This budget travel guide to Dublin will help you plan your trip, save money, and make the most of your visit!