3 Days in Dublin City - City Highlights, While Eating & Drinking Like a Local
3 Days in Dublin City - City Highlights, While Eating & Drinking Like a Local
3 Days in Dublin City - City Highlights, While Eating & Drinking Like a Local


3 Days in Dublin City - City Highlights, While Eating & Drinking Like a Local

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As a Dublin resident I know that my city has so much more to offer than leprechauns and Guinness! Of course, no trip to Dublin would be complete without a pint of the black stuff, but Dublin is also a modern vibrant city that I hope you will love as much as I do.

  • Visit the real city with a great balance between tourist attractions and modern Dublin.
  • Take in 3 days of the best sights while eating and drinking like a local.
  • Each day is a complete unit; order them according to your schedule.
  • See the city the best possible way – on foot (transport information included for the less active!)

Sights you'll see with this itinerary:

  • Admire Ireland’s most prized national treasures, including the Book of Kells
  • Visit the national collection of Irish and European art; test your recognition skills in the National Portrait Collection
  • Meet some famous bronzed residents as you walk through the streets
  • Soak up the atmosphere of Temple Bar and enjoy either the tourist scene or escape to local haunts
  • Enjoy a pint of Guinness with an amazing view
  • Visit Dublin’s smallest pub
  • Walk through Dublin’s most famous street market and hear some real local accents
  • Read a book in the Jedi Archives!
  • Step into the vaults of a bank
  • Discover the passion of the Irish national sports and maybe even try your hand at one
  • Shopping recommendations for both tourist souvenirs and genuine Irish crafts
  • Visit Ireland’s most exclusive department store and stroll down the most popular shopping street
  • Take a leisurely walk through Dublin’s most famous park
  • Soak up literary Dublin and discover Yeats, Shaw and more
  • Walk the same University cobbles as Jonathan Swift (Gulliver’s Travels) and Bram Stoker (Dracula)
  • Plus a lot more!

The Main Focus of this itinerary:

  1. Laying out the exact details of what to do in Dublin.
  2. Clear and specific directions to each of the destinations with pictures and maps.
  3. Fully customisable to suit your schedule – information on attraction closures to help you order the days.
  4. Options for itinerary substitutions and/or additional sights

Why You Should Buy This Itinerary:

  • Saves you time by not needing to do additional research on Dublin – if you do want to find out more, links to background reading and/or official sites are included for all attractions.
  • Full guide to Dublin transport options including arriving from the airport – don’t waste time researching these boring details.
  • Options graded by budget – save on your bus fare and splurge on your dinner!

What does the itinerary include?

  • 28-page PDF document
  • Numerous pictures as well as maps and links.
  • My contact information if you need anything else or have any other questions while in Dublin.

Itinerary Table of Contents:

  • How to use this guide
  • About the author
  • The 3-Day Itinerary
  • Transportation tips
  • Restaurants
  • Hotels
  • Money – ATMs, credit cards, & the currency           
  • Getting into the city
  • Useful local phrases
  • Nightlife
  • Additional websites for information
  • Other places to see
  • Random tips

Sample From the Itinerary:

This is a sample of the itinerary. The actual itinerary includes additional pictures, links and maps.


Spend some time soaking up the atmosphere and history of Dublin’s main thoroughfare. Start off at O’Connell Bridge for a view of the Daniel O’Connell monument. Daniel O’Connell is often called “The Emancipator”. During England’s rule over Ireland, he campaigned for Catholic Emancipation (the right for Catholics to sit in Parliament) and campaigned for the repeal of the unification of both parliaments.

From here you can also get a good view of The Spire – the world’s largest sculpture and the source of some controversy in Ireland. Many residents were outraged at the cost of the installation, while Bertie Ahern was Taoiseach, earning it one of its many nicknames “Bertie’s Erection”. It can also be referred to as “The Stiffy by the Liffy”. Pause outside the Kylemore café to view the James Joyce monument.

Cross over to the General Post Office (GPO), the HQ of the Irish postal service, but most importantly a symbol of the 1916 Easter Rising. The GPO was the headquarters of the uprising and the Proclamation of the Irish Republic was read from the steps of the building on Easter Monday by Padraig Pearse.


Who is this guide for?

  • First time visitors to Dublin.
  • Return visitors who want a hassle free experience.
  • Budget or luxury travellers – get transport/restaurant/hotel options for all travel styles

Don't Forget:

  • Have an amazing vacation, guaranteed! -- If you're not happy with the tour itinerary, Unanchor will gladly refund your money.
  • If you are unhappy with the guide, please do contact me and let me know how I can make it better!