๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช Jameson Distillery Bow St.

Jameson Distillery Bow St., Dublin

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The best-known Irish whiskey is probably Jameson. Are you a true whiskey lover or someone very interested in how whiskey is brewed? Then head to the old distillery on Bow street in Dublin, the Jameson Distillery. Unfortunately, the whisky is no longer made here, but it’s still fun to visit the Jameson Distillery. You can take a tour here and learn all about Jameson Whiskey or take a tasting package and see which Jameson Whiskey you like best!

During a tour, you will not only learn about the Irish whiskey tradition. You will get a special insight into the history of the brand and the distillation process. You will get an insight into the production process and afterwards, of course, you will be given a glass of Jameson to taste.

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๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช Book of Kells

The Library (Book of Kells), Dublin

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Europe’s finest library is in Dublin on the grounds of Trinity College. Dublin’s 16th-century, oldest university is located on the edge of the city centre and you can easily visit the campus. Trinity College Library is more than 300 years old and houses thousands of books, including The Book of Kells, which was written some 1,200 years ago.

The Long Room is a library like the movies: a gigantic room with dusty bookcases reaching to the ceiling. Since this library is also a legal depository, it contains a total of about 4.5 million printed books and manuscripts, including the Book of Kells, a well-preserved manuscript from 800 AD with beautiful calligraphy. The book is part of the Bible created by monks in the 9th century. The drawings are very special, sophisticated and sometimes even coloured with semi-precious stones. The Book of Kells, is one of the most extraordinary sights in Dublin.

You do have to buy a ticket to see the library; the rest of the university grounds are public.

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๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช Temple bar (District)

Temple bar Pub and district, Dublin

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Dublin’s most famous district is Temple Bar, a lively area where Irish pubs dominate the streetscape. If there is one thing the Irish are good at, it is drinking. From around three o’clock, the terraces and pavements in front of the pubs start to get crowded. Here you can drink beers and eat typical Irish pub food. You don’t drink a glass of wine here, but oysters and Guinness. Most pubs in the Temple Bar district offer that golden combination.

The most famous pub in this district is The Temple Bar Pub itself. The Temple Bar Pub is a proud family pub in the heart of Dublin. It is famous for its unparalleled craic and service, incredible all-day traditional Irish music and its extensive whisky and beer collections.

Apart from the pubs, you will also find cultural and creative initiatives. Nice art shops, vintage shops and you can visit the Gallery of Photography, the Irish Film Institute and the Temple Bar Gallery. It’s touristy, but listening to live music in the Irish pub is one of Dublin’s highlights.

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๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช Trinity College

Trinity College, Dublin

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If you are in Dublin, be sure to visit Trinity College, the city’s university. It is the most beautiful university in Ireland and one of the oldest universities in Britain. Trinity College is a highly regarded university known for academic excellence. Admission to programmes is competitive and based on academic merit.

Founded in 1592 by order of Queen Elizabeth I of England, Dublin University is located on the outskirts of the city centre. The campus grounds are free and easy to visit. Once you walk around here, you will follow in the footsteps of famous Irish writers like Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde, who walked around here. The old library with the Book of Kells is especially impressive to visit.

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