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Mark Stewart Says:

Oct 14, 2022 - Steer clear of Temple Bar. Over rated and waaaay over priced (I'm a Dubliner myself) Mulligans on Poolbeg street has the best pint of Guinness in the city and some great pubs up along Merrion Row and into Baggot St. Not as pricey as Templebar and more locals than tourists. Great spot to be when the 6 Nations is on. Could be English, French, Welsh, Italian or Scotttish visitors depending on who we are playing that weekend.

Aran Fitzpatrick Says:

Sep 19, 2022 - My advice is to learn what a Dublin accent sounds like...

Traveling is FREEDOM Says:

Aug 12, 2022 - This seems to be a very interesting place, I hope I can visit sometime in the future. Seeing and sharing places like this is why I love traveling and make videos so much! And please keep up the great job! Subscribed!!

Andrea Says:

Apr 24, 2022 - To all the people who have been to Dublin, how many days would you say are needed to fully see the city? I’m hoping to go there soon and want to plan my trip correctly 💪

Toyah Butler Says:

Apr 2, 2022 - The balrothery in is great i Heard i never went to it but i live in balrothery lol😂😂

Ambient Ireland Says:

Jan 17, 2022 - Great video on Dublin! There really is so much to do in this fantastic city.

Abigail Hannah Says:

Jan 16, 2022 - My sister and I are going in March 2022 and I'm taking notes on where to go our first day

Saadeddin Says:

Oct 14, 2021 - Naess

Tom Johnston Says:

Aug 6, 2021 - And, some advice for male tourists...Don't try to out-drink the women. You'll be on the floor, while they're still knocking back pints and holding sensible, witty conversations.

Tom Johnston Says:

Aug 6, 2021 - Dublin also has the largest public park in Europe. You can start your walk in Phoenix Park from the centre of Dublin and walk in the beautiful grounds until the park meets the countryside outside Dublin.