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Will be in Dublin for a few day, what is there to do beside getting drunk? Some good sights or restaurants you recommend

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Generic shit
    Guinness museum
    Book of Kells at trinity college
    Jameson factory
    Walk around temple bar
    See St. Patrick’s (underwhelming)
    Eat Irish stew, shepherds pie, drink some Guinness and leave. You don’t need more than a day and a half in Dublin.
    EXTRAS: Howth Head cliffs, try coddle at John Kavanagh’s the Gravediggers, and the original remains of St. Valentine are in Whitefriar Street Church

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Dublin is boring and you’ll run out of stuff to do in 24h. Kilmainham Gaol is kind of interesting as well

      >beside getting drunk

      Nothing much, museums are free, so go in them.

      Gravediggers and Old Royal Oak are my fav pubs. Grogans will do if you're in the city center. If you can book Etto, it's a great restaurant.

      >Some good sights or restaurants you recommend
      Irish restaurants in Dublin are pretty fricking shite tbh. Not even joking I had better food in Scotland and Wales than in Ireland unless you're just getting smoked fish and cheese from the market.
      Howth is a pretty good area if you want decent views of the coastline. Otherwise in Dublin proper check out St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Stephen's Green (pretty good shopping area around there as well) and maybe the Liberties if you want to see more of what the old working class area looks like.

      thanks, I got like 3,5 days there so I should be able to do it all easily.

      Not getting beaten the frick up (in other words avoid Temple Bar and Talbot Street)

      [...]
      KYS seriously

      is this a real issue, I know how to handle drunk people. It looks kinda kino on the pictures

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Well we just had the third case in recent weeks of tourists being assaulted (of course this has been happening the past few years but because it was an American a few weeks ago and and we need some public controversy to not fix it's a big issue now), and two of them were in Temple bar, it's an issue. However it's not drunkards but teens having turned to delinquency because [insert tired and cliched excuse]. Parts of Dublin have gangs of teens who will often attack people, largely in Temple Bar and the Docklands. Not as bad as your average US shithole or London/Paris, but an increasing issue.

        2 nights in a shitty hotel in Dublin cost me more than my return trip from Sydney.

        I was also denied bringing in anyone for sex because only residents are allowed in the hotels.

        It’s a shithole

        Yes but please understand we need those rooms for refugees.

        Cherry Orchards in Ballyfermot D12. My favorite place in all of Ireland.

        For me it's Balbriggan.

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hairy lemon and rub the breasts of the molly Malone statue.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not getting beaten the frick up (in other words avoid Temple Bar and Talbot Street)

      How's the cooming in Dublin?

      KYS seriously

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dublin is boring and you’ll run out of stuff to do in 24h. Kilmainham Gaol is kind of interesting as well

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >beside getting drunk

    Nothing much, museums are free, so go in them.

    Gravediggers and Old Royal Oak are my fav pubs. Grogans will do if you're in the city center. If you can book Etto, it's a great restaurant.

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Some good sights or restaurants you recommend
    Irish restaurants in Dublin are pretty fricking shite tbh. Not even joking I had better food in Scotland and Wales than in Ireland unless you're just getting smoked fish and cheese from the market.
    Howth is a pretty good area if you want decent views of the coastline. Otherwise in Dublin proper check out St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Stephen's Green (pretty good shopping area around there as well) and maybe the Liberties if you want to see more of what the old working class area looks like.

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    How's the cooming in Dublin?

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Make sure to only bring a backpack you can physically control at all times. It’s very common for the Grada (customs police) to plant drugs on unsuspecting Brits, and those who are British in appearance.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      yo mods can you just rangeban this dude already? hes really annoying

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      good that I look nothing like those mzungus then

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Take a bus tour, either to Glendalough or Newgrange (Mary Gibbons Tour)
    Kilmainham Gaol (book well in advance) and Glasnevin Cemetery tour
    Dont go to the Guinness storehouse it's just a big advertisement
    Temple Bar is overrated
    Museum of Archaeology

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Take a bus tour, either to Glendalough or Newgrange
      I just took one of those bus tours, to Loughcrew. Spent all day with the tour group (8 hours) to like 4 or 5 stops of places I had no interest in. The first stop was literally a field where we stood there and listened to the tour guide tell us about some war and people died there. There was nothing else there and it could have been any field in Ireland. It was totally unremarkable and a waste of time.

      After a few more stops to unremarkable tourist sites and a stop for lunch, we finally arrived at Loughcrew, the last and only memorable part of the tour. Save yourself time and money and get to wherever you want to without the tour. They take you to places that you don't want to see.

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    2 nights in a shitty hotel in Dublin cost me more than my return trip from Sydney.

    I was also denied bringing in anyone for sex because only residents are allowed in the hotels.

    It’s a shithole

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cherry Orchards in Ballyfermot D12. My favorite place in all of Ireland.

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Enjoy all the Black folk

  12. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dublin is a tourist trap, everything is way overpriced. Look forward to paying 10 euro for a pint of Guinness in the pub you saw on the internet, it's packed to the gills with other duped tourists well worth the expense of coming to Dublin. Note that there are almost no Irish people to be seen on the streets except homeless crackheads and knackers, all the normal people left long ago as it's only for tourists and illegal immigrants now. Walking around at night is not recommended as you could get robbed and beaten up/crippled for life, the perps walk free everytime even after 100+ convictions so the cops don't bother to do anything about it.
    I don't know why people want to go to Dublin as it was always a shit hole but is absolutely beyond the pale now, things can only improve when the tourist dollars stop flowing.

  13. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Be careful lad, big groups of feral teenage knackers are beating the shit out of tourists atm for some reason lol.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >for some reason
      Just standard D*blin behaviour. But don't worry DCC and Helen McEntee aren't responsible so it's grand.

  14. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ireland looks like a 3rd world shit hole but with white people

  15. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I like dublin cheddar op. It has a nice strong flavor, without the pungent aftertaste of other ripened cheeses

  16. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're not allowed to have sex in Dublin hotels, you bring someone back to your room and the secrurity will stop you.

    Fricking souless nanny state full of homeless and [Russian] ukranian refugees.

  17. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Consider a visit to the Museum of Literature Ireland and Chester Beatty – they're truly captivating. Having been there myself, I can vouch for their excellent restaurants. When facing currency issues, I relied on my Tap card. Its real-time payment network supports both traditional (GBP, EUR, USD) and 40+ crypto currencies, ensuring seamless transactions.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Musem of Literature Ireland is in a nice building but the content is completely boring.

      Chester Beatty is nice too. Museums are free in Ireland so I'd recommend going to any that interest you:

      Hugh Lane
      Collins Barracks
      National Gallery etc.

  18. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    frick Dublin. boring shithole and full of scumbags. head towards the south coast or West coast

  19. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    What’s categorically better for an Irish experience; Galway or Dublin?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Galway, it's also an overpriced tourist trap without much to do, but you won't get beaten up and murdered and you'll hear some good traditional music

      If you want a good time in Ireland as a tourist you basically have to be into hiking, because urban Ireland is boring, miserable and overpriced. The price hikes and awful insurance industry have made certain that no businesses that do anything 'fun' can survive.

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