Dublin is the biggest city in Ireland, and is famous as a tourist city. The Dublin government has set up various facilities needed for traveling in Dublin. There are several good options for public transportation. You can get a Leap Visitor Card which gives tourists 72 hours of unlimited travel on all of the public transport options. You should be able to get to almost all of the tourist spots this way.
There are several places that you must visit when you’re in Dublin. The first is Temple Bar, an area on Dame Street. In the day time, you can visit the many galleries and cultural centers. It is a great place to spend your evening, as all the shops in Dublin close at 6 pm, and Temple Bar is home to lots of nightlife.
O’Connell Street is Dublin’s main thoroughfare. There are many monuments along the street, with the most famous being the statue of Daniel O’Connell, the street’s namesake. It is in the heart of Dublin, with shopping centers, entertainment and snacks around it. If you’re in Dublin over the weekend, go to The Loft Market on the second floor of Powerscourt Shopping Centre, with a lot of unique Irish items.
Guinness beer comes from Ireland, so when you go, visit the Guinness Museum in Dublin. The museum was designed like a brewery complete with a bar and an original Guinness shop. Here, you can see how Guinness is brewed, as well as historical objects, and learn how to pour a beer correctly into the glass. Some other popular sites in Dublin include Trinity College, Abbey Street, College Green, Forbidden Planet at Wellington Quay, and Book Bargains on Middle Abbe Street.