What is Ireland's number 1 tourist attraction?
Once again the Guinness Storehouse tops the list with over 1.7 million visitors last year. The Cliffs of Moher closely follows in second place with 1.5 million - an increase of over 3% on the previous year and Dublin Zoo holds the 3rd spot with over 1.2million visitors in the same category.
Is Dublin expensive to visit?
While Dublin is certainly more expensive compared to other Irish cities, at an average cost of €60-€85 per person per day, you can still certainly visit find great value in the Irish capital.
What is Dublin famous for?
Dublin is one of 6 UNESCO cities of literature
With four Nobel prize winners (Yeats, Beckett, Shaw and Heaney), universities of global distinction in Trinity and UCD, numerous books festivals and a world-class new city library, it's without a doubt that the capital has literature in its blood.
Dublin has been named on the list of the top 50 most beautiful cities in the world. Dublin was the only Irish city to make the list and was selected for its rich history, friendly pubs and variety of tours.
Traditional Irish food like stew, boxty pancakes, coddle and colcannon are best savoured in the pubs of Dublin, along with a pint of Guinness.
Cost of living in London (United Kingdom) is 13% more expensive than in Dublin (Ireland)
Dublin Food Prices. Dublin isn't exactly cheap when it comes to food. Most things in the center of town are going to cost a premium, so you'll want to avoid these tourist areas as they're filled with overpriced restaurants.