Dublin is a charming and very traditional city. There is no modern architecture or high buildings so all the stores are in old houses. A building can be an old courthouse or a big H&M store 🙂 We spent a week in Dublin and here is a list of things you can do to discover Dublin. Have a pint of Irish beer. Irish are known for their beer and while they have lots of small breweries (some good, some bad, they say) the famous one is still Guinness….

Organised tours. Independent travellers hate them. We hate them. We love public transport! But Ireland works in different days (and probably some other countries, too). So the return bus ticket to somewhere outside Dublin costs 18 eur and there are only 2 buses per day, giving you only a couple of hours to explore. You see one place. And a tour of Wicklow from 9 am till 5 pm costs 25 eur. We gave in 🙂 We sat in front bus seats at Wicklow mountain tour with Joe….

Like we always do, we used public transport to get to our friend’s apartment. I used to hate the fuss of every new public transport but now it pure challenge. So cost efficient and well… efficient! We got off the bus and roamed around Dublin 6 area with brick houses and elevated doors. It was dark already and the Christmas spirit shone through the big windows. I just wanted to peek inside their homes 🙂 Kevin kindly gave us his room for the week. If not for him,…