Activities in Dublin
Dublin"In Dublin's fair city - Where the girls are so pretty ..." this is what Dubliners sing about their home after one or two pints of Guinness in the quaint pubs of the cosy old town. But before you sink into buttery scones and longing guitar sounds in Dublin's pub culture, it's time to explore the city of James Joyce. While fans of the poet and thinker can immerse themselves in the original setting in the world of "Ulysses", whiskey fans can stroll around after a drop or two in the Irish Whiskey Museum on the deck of the tall ship Jeanie Johnston. A trip to Dublin Castle, which is still a symbol of the biting humour recognisable in the fraternal conflict with the English neighbours, is essential to any holiday to Dublin. Away from the bustling city centre, Dublin reveals a very special magic with its lush meadows and steep Cliffs of Moher. No wonder that in such a fairy tale landscape you may have seen goblins and their gold pots. Whether it was because of the Dublin Guinness or it is the truth, you can find out for yourself.