During a weekend break or several days, Dublin will certainly pick up your spirits thanks to the devilish atmosphere in the Temple Bar, intellectual or offbeat festivals, warm scones and cupcakes in cosy cafés. Its culture will grip you to your core upon arrival, will enchant during the entire stay, and will no doubt have you wanting to come back for more!
Language: Irish, English
Time difference: 1 hour, it is one hour behind France.
Climate: typically oceanic. Winters are mild (around 5 °C) and summers cool (around 15 °C)
Dublin's galleries and museums boast priceless hidden treasures and you can visit these for free. Explore some fascinating historical locations and sites, such as Dublin Castle or the impressive Trinity College. To the south of the city, you can visit the most lively district with its many restaurants, shops and bars! To melt into the Irish ambiance, try ordering an Irish stew (a culinary speciality) and a pint of the famous Guinness!