Well-known for brewing the deliciously dark, velvety stout known as Guinness and for their vibrant local pubs - this trip will have you feel right at home.
The capital city of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin, greets over 11 million visitors each year with a warm welcome. At every turn, this medieval city offers picturesque sites, historical buildings, street art, green parks and cracking live music. Whether you’re wanting to visit with family, friends or the other half, Dublin is a fun place for all.
Celebrate St Patricks Day in signature Bookitlist style! Comfortable, yet wallet friendly accommodation is included for the duration of this awesome 4 day tour along with a signature Irish breakfast each morning to fuel you for the madness ahead. Enjoy the daytime with some vintage Irish traditions and tours including visits to: Dublin Castle, Jemesons Tour, Guinness Tour, Kilmainham Gaol Tour and the Watch Parade!
Explore by day and paint the town orange white and green by night!
If you’re planning on visiting Dublin, we’d suggest June, July or August. If you go in these months, you’re more likely to experience better weather where temperatures can reach around 20 degrees, and be able to enjoy the vibrant festivals that liven up the streets.
3 days is enough to enjoy the sights, take a few tours of interest, enjoy walks through the wilderness and stop by a few local bars to enjoy an ice-cold Guinness.
If you want to spend most of your time enjoying what the centre has to offer, you should look for places to stay that are near O’Connell Street.
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