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DUBLIN TRAVEL GUIDE
LanguagesEnglish, Irish Gaelic
What to eatDublin Coddle (a sausage, bacon and potato stew), Irish farmhouse cheeses, cockles and Guinness-flavoured desserts. Read all our Irish food favourites here!
What to bring backA traditional Irish flat-cap hat, classic Irish instruments like a bodhrán drum, uilleann pipes or penny whistles and Guinness or Jameson straight from the brewery or distillery.
Fun FactOscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Seamus Heaney, Samuel Beckett—all are Irish writers who helped designate Dublin a UNESCO City of Literature. Look for the city’s literary heritage around the National Library, the Archbishop Marsh’s Library, the Dublin Writer’s Museum, the National Print Museum and Trinity College.
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
EXPERIENCE GUIDED & NON-GUIDED TOURS
Taste of Ireland - Fly and Drive
Tale of two Cities - Fly and Rail
Ireland from City to Nature
Ireland East to West
Splendours of Ireland - Fly and Rail
Irish Panorama - Fly and Rail
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