Lonely Planet ranks Dublin as the seventh best city in the world, so it’s no surprise students from across the globe come to study here. From parks and ports to beaches and bars, castles, famous sports stadiums, breweries and everything in between – this city has everything. And with its contagious friendly energy, you’ll instantly feel right at home.
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You’re never far from a pub in Dublin; there are over 600 in the city. All you need to do is take a stroll through town and you’ll come across everything you need for a fun night out: quaint spots for a quiet drink, live music for an Irish jig, and bars and clubs that go until the early hours of the morning. During your time in Dublin, make sure you visit the oldest pub in Ireland, The Brazen Head, which opened in 1168. The most popular spot in town – famously so – is Temple Bar.
When people think of Dublin activities, the Guinness Factory almost always comes up first. It’s definitely worth a visit. For sports fans, there’s lots going on, with regular rugby games at the famous Aviva stadium. Students love visiting Dublin Castle, partly because it’s a stunning part of history, but also because it’s a great study spot. Dublin is full of museums and theatres and a student favourite on a sunny day is to head to Dollymount Strand Beach.
This medieval city is rich with history and culture. You’ll sense this just by walking through the city streets. Dublin is home to the National Gallery of Ireland, Irish Museum of Modern Art and the National Concert Hall, all of which are a great way of switching off from studies – or finding creative inspiration.
Dublin is filled with delicious food. From traditional Irish dishes to cuisines from across the globe, high-end restaurants to fast food favourites and beyond. There’s something for every mood, moment or taste preference. And when you want to have a big night in, there’s delivery options from all over the city.