Dublin, Ireland is a dichotomy of a city, fusing fast-paced cosmopolitan living with historic architecture and traditions. Throbbing its way through that setting is a music and dance culture that seems to bring all elements of the city together in a way that is both thrilling and informative for travelers embarking on Dublin shore excursions.
Beer lovers can’t miss out on taking one of the Dublin shore excursions to the Guinness Storehouse, where you’ll learn about the history of Guinness and how it is made. You’ll also get the chance to try a perfectly pulled pint in the circular Gravity Bar that provides 360-degree panoramic views of the city.
If you’re more of a whiskey connoisseur than a beer drinker, opt instead for one of the Dublin shore excursions that visit St. James Distillery. Located in a historic stone building, the St. James Distillery provides an interesting look at how whiskey is made and also lets you take part in a fun tasting that compares Irish whisky to American whisky and scotch. A visit to a local pub is also a must for a drink and to enjoy some local Irish music.
Dublin isn’t just a city of drinks and pubs, though – far from it. Dublin cruise excursions can also show you the architectural and historical side of the city. Discover the wonders of the ancient Book of Kells and walk around the stately Trinity College. Take a city tour of Dublin’s beautiful cathedrals, including St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral.
Whether you want to experience the arts of Dublin, the history and present way of life in Ireland, or extend your stay after your European cruise ends, one of our Dublin cruise excursions will be the perfect fit for your vacation.