Dublin is one of the best places you can be in winter. What we lack in high temperatures, we more than make up for in warm welcomes, cosy bars and restaurants, and abundant shopping locations. Dublin comes alive in winter, and walking through the streets illuminated by festive lights, the energy and merriment of everyone around you is palpable. There really is something for everyone, from good food and drink to wonderful walking tours of the city along with many museums, breweries and historical must-see sights. Here’s our pick of eight things to do in Dublin in winter.
Some go to Ireland for the Guinness while others visit for the luck of the Irish or explore the beautiful countryside. But remember there are a lot of interesting and cool things to do right in Dublin! Here's a list of what you should definitely see on your next visit to this beautiful city:
Let's get one thing straight; Dublin loves a good brunch. It comes as no surprise that when the buzzing, alcohol-infused Saturday night in the Irish capital comes to an end as the sun rises. The people of this city wake up to a hangover and some serious cravings. Dublin is famous for the quality and quantity of food so it's no wonder we all roll out of bed at noon to go every Sunday, and boy don't we know where to find the best brunch in Dublin.