Things You Didn't Know about Dublin

Things You Didn't Know about Dublin, Dublin, Ireland (B)

For someone who doesn’t like pubs or beer, I realised after I’d booked flights that there wouldn’t be much for me to enjoy in Dublin. I was going to have a stop over there on my solo trip to Poland so I figured I may as well spend a couple of days wandering aimlessly around Dublin and maybe even finding leprechauns or four leaf clovers.

Surprisingly I actually really loved the Irish vibes in Dublin and from my experience the people were really nice, they reminded me of the kiwis in New Zealand! I also learned a heap of interesting facts about Dublin on a free walking tour of the city, which I’d love to share with you today.

Sandmans are a company that I highly recommend for free walking tours in selected cities around Europe. So far I’ve done their tours in London, Amsterdam, Madrid & Barcelona, and they have always been exceptionally good.

St. Patrick change the Irish religion in the fifth century. Apparently god appeared in his dream and told him to convert everyone to believe in the Christian religion, so he did. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Things You Didn't Know about Dublin
Guide Location: Ireland » Dublin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Sandy Reading
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • The Dublin Castle
  • Millennium Spire
  • Trinity College

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