Undiscovered Dublin: How Ireland’s Capital Claims Progressive Tradition

Meander along the River Liffey. Zigzag through cobblestoned courtyards and streets upholding Georgian architecture and its riot of colorful doors. Listen to the strings, the winds, the percussions of trad sessions tumbling out of pubs and ribboning around you. Make it just in time for your reservation at The Church, the fine-dining establishment that once housed Sunday mass and where Arthur Guinness was wed.

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