Perfect trip itinerary to four days in Dublin

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland. Photo by Diogo Palhais on Unsplash

Dublin is a city teeming with bars and joy, beautiful parks, cool tours and great food. We created a guide to Dublin in four days – here are the must-sees of this lovely city.

Day one: Tour of the city, Whiskey tasting tour and Michelin star restaurant

Irish breakfast

We started our morning with a hearty breakfast at the Stage Door Café, a beautifully designed, intimate restaurant. Roman ordered the traditional Irish breakfast with egg, sausage, and beans. I had scrambled egg on toast, which was very well seasoned – I was extremely delighted by it. Roman liked his dish as well.

Tour of the city

From the café we went to the meeting point of a free tour (Tip based) with Sandemans company (We’ve been on their tours in Jerusalem and Berlin in the past). Our guide’s name was Connor and he was among the best guides we’ve ever had.

He was very funny and delivered the tour in a fascinating, humoristic fashion. He had an interesting anecdote about each and every place. Our group was huge, with about 40 people yet he was still able to sweep everyone away with his stories.

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Lunch at a Japanese restaurant

After the tour, we walked from the endpoint to a Japanese restaurant named Musashi Noodle & Sushi, located approximately 10 minutes away on foot. The restaurant had a good business menu.

Roman had chicken Ramen for 9 euros and I ordered a Japanese box containing several types of food. Sushi, rice, seafood in a tasty sauce and a kind of schnitzel and miso soup for starters.

The food was really good and filling. Roman’s soup was subtly flavored, and I was happy to have a few different dishes to try – They were all good.

The restaurant’s atmosphere is very relaxing and service was great. Definitely, a recommended place to have some satisfying, reasonably priced lunch.

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Whiskey Museum Tour

After lunch, we went on a tour of the Irish Whiskey Museum. Their tour included whiskey tasting, as well as a tasting tour where you could blend your own drink.

Culinary experience at Michelin Star restaurant

For dinner we picked the Michelin star restaurant L’Ecrivain, belonging to Ireland’s Blue House (A chain of incredible boutique hotels and high-class restaurants).

The combination of delicious food, exquisite presentation, and 5+ star service truly turned our dinner into an unforgettable night.

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Perfect trip itinerary to four days in Dublin