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What to do in 48 Hours in Dublin: Reasons to Explore

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, situated on the mouth of River Liffey, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The city, with its glorious history and rich culture, is home to several renowned historical marvels. The warm and friendly Irish people welcome millions of travelers from across the world to experience the right mix of adventure, entertainment, and learning. Dublin is a perfect eco-friendly destination to spend weekends and relax to recharge your mind, body, and soul. The diversity of experience from history, art, adventure, and of course finest cuisines will make your 48 hours most memorable.

Be it Dublin Castle, the City Hall, or the Medieval Old Town Dublin offers you a widow to roam in the past. To make your presentation lively and thrilling, the city provides you with multifaceted entertainment opportunities to suit your mood and taste. The city has everything you could wish for to spend quality 48 hours with family and friends.

First Day Tour in Dublin

The moment you reach Dublin, the calm and pure atmosphere will welcome you to feel refreshed. The city has a well developed, world-class infrastructure and convenient transport system. This tourist attraction has all type of hotels and homestays for all kinds of travelers. This is the city where you could start exploration from the moment you reach here. Check in to the hotel of your choice and relax for the few hours. Most of the first time travelers arrive at the vibrant and lively St Stephen’s Green, am an amazing marketplace known surrounded by amazing Georgian buildings. To make your day one little more valuable, you could visit the Little Museum of Dublin and learn about the city’s history and Dubliners.

If you appreciate historical sites for architectural brilliance, then you should be at the Georgian Quarter. Spread between the Trinity College, St. Stephen’s Green and the Grand Canal, this place will redefine your architectural experience. If you want to feel the pulse of local culture, then you should be at Fitzwilliam Square and Merrion Square. To make your first day more exciting, you should visit Grafton Street to do some shopping and enjoy some moments at the famous Bewley’s Grafton Street Café.

If time permits, you should reach the center of the city to be in the company of the life-size bronze statue of Phil Lynott. You can visit the Suffolk Street of Dublin to be in the company of the living statue.

Don’t miss the Whiskey Museum on Grafton Street and enjoy the most beautiful Irish whiskeys in five different themed rooms showcasing the different periods of Irish history.

Day 2 in Dublin

The enlightening first day will load you with memories to cherish lifetime, but the second day would be full of surprises. You can start your day with a visit to the College Green and the Statue of Four Angels—a tribute to the great writer Thomas Davis.

Next in the list of most important things to do in Dublin should be the iconic Trinity College of Dublin, one of the seven oldest universities. This is a gold mine of information and of course the home of the “Books of Kells”.

You can enjoy delicious Irish cuisines local restaurants and make your tour a gastronomic pleasure. The Gallagher’s Boxty House is one of the famous restaurants and known for the traditional potato pancake.

Once you are loaded with calories, you should move towards the most popular place of Ireland –the St. James’s Gate. This iconic beer bar showcases the art of brewing beast beers since 1759. This is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dublin as people get the lifetime opportunity to wide varieties of beer. Well, you have to spend at least 90 minutes to explore and of course some money to taste the most excellent beers.

As your day ends, you should be at the beautiful village Howth. Just 25 minutes ride from the city, this picturesque calm village offers you a different perspective. Cliff walk along the seaside of this fishing village offers you the opportunity to get immersed in the beauty of the breathtaking natural surroundings.

Dublin is among the most favorite destinations because the city is well connected to all major cities of the world through a vast network of international and domestic flights. In just 48 hours, the city offers you a highly diverse and vibrant experience that too in a most eco-friendly and hospitable atmosphere. You won’t have to worry about the stay, as the city has the most beautiful luxury star hotels and several other options for all types of budget and mood.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email