About Historical in Dublin
There's no shortage of sights to be seen in Dublin, from the beautiful Trinity College grounds, to the city's many beautiful bridges that cross the Liffey, to the iconic Kilmainham Gaol or a plethora of sporting events.
Try a Hop-on Hop-off bus tour to get your bearings with the city's geography. Hop on and off throughout the city and save your feet walking from end to end getting a sense of the city. Make sure to cross the Liffey by the iconic Haypenny Bridge, and check out the Famine Ship docked on the Liffey.
Locals are obsessed with sports. Get a glimpse by attending a Gaelic football match at Croke Park or a rugby match at the Aviva Stadium. Both stadiums also offer tours when matches aren't being played. Or, if you can't get tickets, just head to a pub near one of the stadiums to watch and cheer with the locals.
One of the best kept secrets in Dublin is the rooftop garden at the Chester Beatty Library, which offers a great view of Dublin Castle and the city beyond. The Guinness Factory Sky Bar offers one of the best views of the city, especially at sunset. Head down to the docklands along the Liffey for a view of the harbor as well.
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