Dublin: A capital city of architecture, literature, and of course, Guinness
Fun-loving and friendly, Dublin is known the world over for its lively nightlife, vibrant music scene, and for a certain famous dry Irish stout. It’s also blessed with a rich cultural and literary history – Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, and George Bernard Shaw all called Dublin home at one time. It’s also one of the most walkable cities in Europe, so prepare to stroll the cobbled streets, take in the many historical sights, and duck into the pub for a pint – or two.
Travelers will also find the city, located on the east coast of Ireland, an easy place to navigate. The Royal Dublin Society, where the NetHope Global Summit 2018 will be held, is located close to the city center, and is just 16 kilometers from the Dublin International Airport. Find travel tips and resources at Ireland.com.
If you’re planning to stick around this bustling “big little city,” we’ve compiled a list of top 10 must-see attractions. For more information about sights, events, and activities in Dublin, please see VisitDublin.com.
- St. Patrick’s Cathedral
- Dublin Castle
- Guinness Storehouse
- Trinity College and The Book of Kells
- St. Stephen’s Green
- Kilmainham Gaol
- Phoenix Park and Dublin Zoo
- Chester Beatty Library
- Temple Bar
- EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum