Travel Guides

Find inspiring locations, hotel reviews, travel advice and more!

How to spend 48 hours in Dublin

Andrew Bartlett by Andrew Bartlett

How to spend 48 hours in Dublin

Dublin is one of the most amazing cities in the world all thanks to the varieties that you will find here. Dublin has it all from the traditional and historic places to the top quality restaurants. Don't forget the amazing nightlife because of the large number of students present in this area. Here are some things you can do to make the most of your time in Dublin

Get your brunch from the Grafton’s St. that is only a few steps away from the Trinity College Dublin. It is the place where you will find some of the most energizing things as well as souvenirs. While you are on your way to the street make sure to pay a visit to the book of Kells that is the most famous manuscript around the globe.

Book your Holiday with Opodo to save money and time

It is the time to dig a little deeper into the history of Dublin. You can visit the archaeology museum as well as the Natural History Museum. Here you will come across some of the historical mammals and their remnants. Apart from that, you will come across some of the artifacts including the BC horn from the first-century.

It is the time to get to the foray west. In this duration, you can experience some of the amazing things like:

From the liberties, make sure to visit the Kilmainham Gaol where you will get a chance to visit the notorious prisoners from the Easter rebellion. After that, do not forget to experience the nightlife in Dublin, to enjoy many drinks with good people.

Save money on flights and hotels with


40% off on hotels with

The next day

Begin the day by visiting the Stoneybatter; here you will come across some of the best small business organizations. The best place for coffee is Love Supreme and you can find some of the best restaurants around this place to enjoy a delicious brunch. During this time make sure to visit the Glasnevin Cemetery where you will come across the graves of some famous people.

Visit the Dublin city centre and from there you can go to the Ranelagh and the streets are bustling with the independent boutiques. At the end, it is the time to raise the toast to Dublin while standing at the Fade Street Social that is the most famous bars in town.

Click here for more Holiday Offers

Search Flights

Explore Categories

Explore Archive