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Local Haunts and Craic & Ceoil - Dublin's Pubcrawl

Heritage Pub-crawl

Dublin 1 day 6 stops 4.6 hours 225

ABOUT THIS TRAIL

Dublin is famous for its pub life, where you're never a stranger with a pint of Guinness in hand. Numerous pubs claim to give their own slice of Dublin, and all are worth visiting. This is not only a walk for those who enjoy a pint of the black stuff, but for those who want to experience the revered Irish culture of craic (an Irish word meaning fun) & ceoil (music), friendly encounters with locals, and stories recanted for years to come.

       The Stag's Head is one of the finest pints of Guinness in Dublin, certainly not be missed.




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POINTS

Brazen Head

The Porterhouse

The Temple Bar

The Stags Head

The Dawson Lounge

Coppers

Caolan Flood

Screenwriter & Filmmaker, with a passion for travel. Always on the lookout for the next adventure!





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