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Of all the cities we've visited, Dublin in Ireland was definitely one of the easiest to immediately love. It's very big, but easy to get around (even on foot) and we found lots of great places to stroll around, but also to relax and get some work done. We were in Dublin after visiting Wales and Morocco but would still like to go back and explore more as we still had enough time in Ireland as we missed our flight from Manchester to Dublin due to the London Bridge bombing five days before we arrived One hour and twenty into the flight, we had already checked in and had no bag to check in, but they held us for almost 40 minutes.

But here are some tips from those who visited and got to know Dublin.

Start your day with a good breakfast, whether at your hotel or, for example, at Krispy Kreme . They serve the best Doughnts we've ever tasted and have a wide variety of teas and coffees to drink too.

Trinity College

But of course the main attraction here is the Book of Kells . This 9th century gospel manuscript and the 18th century Ancient Library at the end of the exhibition are simply incredible and a must see if you haven't already.

Don't forget to eat fish and chips (traditional English food) for lunch or dinner, the one above is what BonoVox buys the most, and it's also the oldest in Dublin.

Be sure to also check out St Stephen's Green , a beautiful public park that opened in 1880 (but has been around since the 16th century).

If you've already been to Temple Bar, or want to do more shopping, head to the Creative Quarter . This area is located south of the Temple bar, around William Street South and is full of charming shops and places to eat.

St. Patrick's Cathedral,

The church was founded in 1191 and is the largest church in Ireland! You can get a guided tour, but even if you're there to admire the view and especially all the different styles of stained glass, you won't be disappointed.

  • Capital : Dublin

  • Official language : English and Irish

  • President : Michael Higgins

  • 2011 population : 4,581,269 inhabitants

  • Euro currency

  • Total Area : 70,273 km²

  • Time zone : UTC 0 +1

  • International telephone code : +353

  • Climate : Temperate climate

  • Visa : No visa is required for Ireland. Belongs to the European Union

  • Borders : Northern Ireland

  • Places not to be missed : Dublin, Boyne Valley Archaeological Ensemble, Skellig Michael

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