What is it? Dublin’s most famous and popular tourist spot where you can learn the story of Guinness, and then remind yourself how good it tastes.
Why go? Most brewery tours (good as they are) involve a short tour followed by a tasting sesh. The Guinness Storehouse, however, is seven floors of interactive experiences, finishing with a pint in the Gravity Bar.
When a country is as famous as this one for being, above all, friendly, it's no surprise tourists flock to it, hoping to enjoy the best things to do in Ireland.
Opt to spend a weekend on a stag do in Dublin, blearily enjoying one of Europe's best cities, sample a slice of Bohemian life in Galway, head out to ancient sites on the tiny Aran Islands or even plan a few relaxing days at one of the best hotels in the country. Our guide brings together some of the most iconic spots, giving you a flavour of the many thing to do in this remarkable and stunning country.
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