1. Guinness Storehouse Gravity Bar
No visit to Dublin is complete without a stop-off at the Guinness Storehouse. Having seen how the famous Irish drink is brewed, and of course, learned how to pour a pint, head up to the Gravity Bar on the seventh floor. This circular space offers stunning 360 degree panoramic views of the city. Can you spot St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Liberties and Trinity College?
2. Great South Wall
One of the city’s best-kept secrets, the Great South Wall was built in 1795 to prevent shipping lanes from filling with sand. Walk along the four-mile-long wall today, and you’ll come to the charming, bright red Poolbeg Lighthouse. Perfect for a romantic stroll, from this secluded spot you can gaze back at the city and the striped Poolbeg towers that are so intertwined with Dublin’s skyline.