Situated at St. James Gate, and set inside a converted 18th century fermentation building, it comprises of 6 floors linked by a giant atrium in the shape of a pint glass. Discover all there is to know about Guinness and then enjoy a pint of the black stuff in the Gravity Bar while enjoying panoramic views of the city. Temple Bar
The cultural quarter of Dublin, this area with it's variety of pubs and nightclubs, is renowned for it's vibrant nightlife. During the day it is a delight to wander round it's warren of cobbled laneways with arty shops, galleries, restaurants, coffee houses and open air markets. Visit the Arthouse and Gallery of Photography for innovative art and the Design Yard for jewellery. Smithfield
A newly redeveloped village in north Dublin, just a 20 minute walk down the quays from O'Connell Street. The area is a two and a half acre, pedestrianised cobbled plaza with museums, bars, restaurants and shops. The main attraction of this area is the 175ft viewing tower, which is the old chimney of the existing Jameson distillery, which has been topped with a 2 tiered glass enclosed viewing platform, offering panoramic views of the city. Old Jameson Distillery
Taste the history of Irish whiskey - after an educational tour of the distillery, go to the in-house pub for a sample. Brazen Head
Dublin's oldest pub, it is believed that an inn stood here even in Viking times.