If you are planning to visit Dublin, one of the first things to look into is the Dublin Pass. The Dublin Pass is a type of ticket that allows the visitor access to over 30 attractions of this beautiful city.
Some of the attractions include the Dublin Zoo, Kilmainham Gaol, and Guinness Storehouse, etc. If you are thinking to go on a Dublin Tour then you can visit www.hilltoptreks.com/day-tours-from-dublin.
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A popular yet not as well-known method to take a tour around Dublin is the "Viking Splash Tour." It is an amphibious vehicle that takes you around different points in the city and it ends the tour with a stop at the Grand Canal Basin.
If shopping is your hobby then a visit to Grafton Street is a must. The nice thing about this place is that it is one of the few pedestrian-oriented streets in the city. This street is teeming with jewelry stores and boutiques.
After shopping for a while and if you are feeling hungry, then some of the adjacent streets have pubs and restaurants. Once you had your fill of food, you can keep walking down Grafton Street and you will eventually reach Trinity College.
An important thing to remember when traveling to Dublin, or anywhere in Ireland for that matter, is to be friendly and social with the locals.
Compared to most other Europeans, the Irish are known to be more open and accepting of tourists. If the visitor makes it a point to mingle more with locals then the trip will go a lot smoother.