”Having a bit of craic”
‘Having a bit of craic’ is the motto of the Irish, craic means fun in Irish. It’s hard not to have fun in Dublin, it is a small city that has it all! The town is a charming mix of medieval, Georgian and modern architecture with a rich history and culture and a legendary literary tradition. There is also great shopping, a wide selection of restaurants and a vibrant nightlife! Dublin is perhaps best known for its convivial pub culture and it is easy to understand, when the city has more than 1000 pubs and these places are important meeting places, they are filled with life and music. In addition, Dubliners are hospitable and overall very friendly and nice people.
Thanks to the country´s literature tradition, Ireland has an unusual number of Nobel laurates, in terms of the country’s population; Over the last century, no fewer than four Irish received the Nobel Prize in Literature: William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett and Seamus Heaney; You can get to know all of them during the city’s literary city walks.
Some of the city’s most interesting attractions include: the Guinness Storehouse with the best view, pub crawls with different themes: literature, music, traditional music, etc., the National Gallery, which offers free admission to many exciting contemporary exhibitions, Trinity College and its beautiful buildings and surroundings , Temple Bar, Dublin’s most popular outdoor stage, a neighborhood, filled with pubs and restaurants. If you want to see some more of the green island you find beautiful countryside with stunning views, only half an hour from the capital.