Visit Dublin – The Don'ts of Visiting Dublin, Ireland



Dublin is one of the best cities to visit in the world with world class churches like St. Patrick’s, Trinity College and the Book of Kells and so much for travelers and …

40 thoughts on “Visit Dublin – The Don'ts of Visiting Dublin, Ireland

  1. Emma Auty says:

    My top tip for going to Dublin is Dont! 😂😂 I’m from Cork… the rebel county (we think it’s the real capital!). Much friendlier city than Dublin, cheaper and more countryside to visit and beautiful beaches nearby. And a great place to explore the beautiful countryside in Kerry too!

  2. Kate Divjak says:

    Don’t miss a sunset at Dun Leary (Dún Laoghaire) just outside Dublin and don’t say you’re Irish if you weren’t born there…my grandpa may be Irish but I might be born in America.

  3. Petropavlovsk Kamchatskiy says:

    Dublin is an amazing place, especially if you're under 35. The nightlife is amazing and pub grub often cheaper and better than restuarants. Don't miss it. However, if you want to see the real Ireland, go west. Dublin is great. But west is best.

  4. Declan 6914 says:

    Nice little video Mark. There are much nicer spots around Dublin just a stone's throw from the tourist trap of Temple bar, and with more character and substance. Even though I am a Dub I still consider this city a disgustingly expensive one. There is also a lot to love about here.

  5. pgm3 says:

    If you go to a pub and people are playing Traditional instrumental music, please don't interrupt to ask them to do an Irish-American drinking song, a sea chantey, or your favorite pop ballad. Don' t pretend to dance. Don't even try to clap along. Just listen, it'll sound great, even better with a beverage in your hand.

  6. Barny 31 says:

    ..also if you're in a "trad pub" Do Not gabb n run your loud obnoxious British or American mouth..if you're unfortunate enough to drag your "girlfriend" along then keep her quiet while the musicians play!

  7. clay fada2 says:

    not too keen on those day trips.local identity is very important in ireland if your going to go to kilkenny then stay in kilkenny .Meath has more than Bru na Boinne it has trim castle lough crew Hill of tara and tayto park

  8. clay fada2 says:

    not too keen on those day trips.local identity is very important in ireland if your going to go to kilkenny then stay in kilkenny .Meath has more than Bru na Boinne it has trim castle lough crew Hill of tara and tayto park

  9. Rob says:

    I'm an American travelling to Dublin in mid March for the first time, by myself mind you so this is going to be interesting. But of course other countries aren't too fond of American tourists. Apart from this video, is there anything I can do to blend in and not automatically look like a tourist? I honestly just want to experience the culture, of course visit the pubs/bars and hopefully maybe make some friends in the process.

  10. Lisa Probyn says:

    Just got home from a trip to Dublin and I LOVE IT ! love love love it ! The people are amazing ! The cab drivers are incredible , the scenery, the streets the sights 😩 omg I want to go back so bad

  11. Sandra Johnston says:

    1. Don't put on a fake Irish accent, talk about leprechauns or tell us you're Irish because your granny's mother's aunt was Irish.
    2. Don't panic if you get lost, we will stop and help you.
    3. Avoid temple bar like the plague, no self respecting Irish person drinks there so you'll be paying for terrible and over priced pints there.
    4. The quays and bachelors walk are beautiful but don't be around them at night. We have a serious homelessness crisis and a drug issue in Ireland and it can be seen strongly along the quays in Dublin.
    4. Don't expect to get away without getting a bit of slagging. It's just a little harmless joking. We mean no harm.

  12. Will says:

    No1 rule being a tourist, do not go to temple bar, its pure shite prices, theirs plenty of other pubs that do the exact same drinks at a lower price

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