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Attractions

Guinness Storehouse

Even if you are not a big fan of beer, the Guinness Storehouse deserves to be visited for its atmosphere and ancient fermentation barrels which date back to 1908. This historical seven-story building symbolizes a half liter of beer. Inside the building, you can learn more about the Guiness beer, its process, its taste, but also about the history of one of the most famous brand of stout beers. At the end of your visit, you will get half a pint of Guinness beer included in the ticket of the Guiness Storehouse.
Beer fans will love a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, but even if you’re not the biggest fan of the Black Stuff, as it is warmly known, then you will also enjoy learning about this huge part of Irish heritage overall. Guinness is as closely linked to Ireland as the flag itself, and a visit to this, Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction, is a must do for anyone heading to Dublin for any length of time. Located in the centre of the brewery itself, St James’ Gate Brewery, visitors can learn all about how the beer is made, as well as learning about the history and heritage which made it such a huge brand today. Learning about the roots of James Guinness himself is something not to be missed, and adds a truly human dimension to what is a fun, beer-filled day out! Full of bars, restaurants, and interactive learning experiences, the Guinness Storehouse is a true must-visit.

Jameson Distillery

Being the most famed whiskey brand in the world, Jameson has a distillation plant in Ireland. It is a pity that you to go to Ireland and come back without having tasted the best whiskeys in the world. After you taste delicious Jameson whiskeys, it is also possible to visit its production plant.