Everybody loves Dublin. The live music, the Guinness, the craic… Few cities have quite the presence of the Irish capital, quite the good spirits.
I’ve been a regular visitor to Dublin for years and have lost count of the number of lovely days and, erm, lively nights I’ve had in the city. So I was delighted to be able to share to share some of my Dublin favourites with readers of the Sunday Times Travel magazine recently.
Check out my Instant Escapes guide to a weekend in Dublin.
I’ve been around the globe many times, but the islands of Britain and Ireland remain my favourite place – bar none.
Epic castles, sweeping beaches, eccentric villages and pubs packed with character (and characters) – what more could you ask for?
Check out my guides to the best of the UK and Ireland for Skyscanner to get the best out of your next trip around these endlessly fascinating isles:
Top 10 UK villages
Top 10 UK castles
Top 10 Irish beaches
Top 10 UK walking routes
London’s best restaurants with a view
More to follow…
The June issue of Sunday Times Travel magazine has the perfect feature for those who like to travel without exerting too much effort! The lazy cities feature tells readers how to visit certain cities as easily as possible. Check out my guide to Lazy Dublin.
I’ve been to Dublin dozens of times and am a big fan of the Irish capital.
This year is a big one for Dublin, with the city holding Design Hub status for 2015, and firmly looking forward after the boom and bust of the Celtic Tiger. On my most recent visit I found plenty of creative energy, a much-improved dining scene (with plenty of great steak and seafood!) and, of course, the best pint of Guinness anywhere.
Read my feature on Dublin for the Sunday Times to find out more.