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Dublin Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Dublin Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Dublin is known for its traditions, fine literature, folklore, customary music and dance, and fresh pints of Guinness are never in short supply. Find out what you can do in Dublin in 48 hours during your layover in this fascinating city!

What to do in Dublin for 24h to 48h

The Guinness Storehouse: This is one of the best brewery tours in Europe. Wind through the museum while learning about the history and brewing process of Ireland’s most famous export. Each entry ticket comes with a free pint – redeem along the way to learn to pour your own, or save for the top to use at the Gravity Bar while taking in great views of the city.

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Drink in Temple Bar  this is the place to experience Dublin nightlife and Irish music at its finest. Performers, pubs, and independent shops line the streets of this busy area. This is the primary nightlife spot in the city and an ever-evolving cross-section of Irish culture.

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Shop on Grafton and Powerscourt Center  Located just off of Grafton Street that has great shopping of its own, inside of a restored 18th-century townhouse, you can find anything from cafés and galleries to clothing stores and jewelry shops. While some places are pretty expensive, there are plenty of great bargains to be found as well.

Go on a literary pub crawl Dublin is famous for its literary greats – Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, and W.B. Yeats are just a few of this city’s most famous writers. The literary pub crawl includes a walking tour, extracts from famous literature, and it culminates with street performances and a fun literary quiz. WOC Tip: It costs 12 EUR.

Some other places to check out:

Jameson Distillery

Phoenix Park

Prehistoric Newgrange

Kilmainham Gaol

Chester Beatty Library

Trinity College

St. Stephen’s Green

Getting Around Dublin

The best way to get around Dublin is by foot. The city’s compact size makes strolling to and from the top attractions a cinch. If you’re flying into Dublin Airport (DUB), you can take a taxi, bus or shuttle into the city center. Once inside, you can also try out the bus and tram systems, which have lines that cross-hatch the city.

What to Eat in Dublin?

In Dublin you’ll find a great mix of medium- to high-price range restaurants, which offer an astounding diversity of options. The best restaurants are found south of the Liffey, but you should be prepared to pay well for a meal.

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Queen of Tarts, a Dublin bakery on Dame Street: For cakes, pudding, tarts, tea and more.

L’Ecrivain: recommended for its delicious menu and intimate ambiance, perfect for a romantic dinner.

Chapter One in the Rotunda: foodies should check this place out  .

Veda, in Cabinteely Village: travellers specially praise this Indian restaurant.

Flight Attendants discounts in UK

World Of Crew gets you a few awesome deals only for cabin crews in Dublin. Have a look into these and let us know if you manage to visit them during your layover!

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Any cool experience to share in Dublin ?

How was your layover in Dublin? Did you discover any new places? If so, please do share these useful tips with your fellow cabin crew, by commenting below!

 

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