City Center Start on Trinity University and if you have time go in and see the Old Library and Books of Keels Walk Grafton Street and enjoy the vibe and music (on weekends) Have a walk on St Stephen’s Green park This park was the place where there was a major fight against english invaders in 1916. You can find a ton of history there, as this is considered the beginning of Irish independence If you are hungry grab a Perfect Combo and a coffee on the Beanhive Cafe Walk until the George’s Arcade and enjoy the tons of pubs all around and the old Georgian building Walk by the Temple Bar and take some pictures.
I wanted to go to Northern Ireland since I first heard of the magnificent Giant’s Causeway. Since it was a short drive from Dublin, we decided to rent a car and do a trip there. Because we never get the car, we decided not to go to Belfast, which we could easily go by train. Day 1 We left Dublin early morning and headed to Northern Ireland. There is no border from one country to the next, which makes the transition from Km/h to Miles/h quite confusing for us.
We arrived in Faro late on Tuesday evening. We stayed in Faro GuestHouse. The room was nice and there was a lovely balcony where we shared a bottle of wine on our first night with a view to a church. Day 1 - Faro We woke up and went to the Igreja do Carmo, which is a beautiful church but the reason we went there was to see this small chapel made out of human bones.