Your secret place in Dublin is...
If you're looking for hidden gems in Dublin, definitely not
you'll want to miss Glasnevin Cemetery. Originating in 1832, Glasnevin is
now a historic cemetery and museum well worth visiting.
Home to historical monuments and the resting place of many notable Irish figures, including Michael Collins, the famous nationalist. You could spend hours wandering the cemetery looking at the historic graves. As you do so, you'll notice many of the notable Celtic crosses that mark the graves of many here. This is one of the many free things to do in Dublin and Glasnevin is definitely not to be missed.
Also do not miss this Brewery...
The colorful Fitzsimons rooftop beer garden is definitely one of the liveliest rooftop bars in Dublin, and is perfect for spending a summer afternoon drinking.
The large outdoor area has a multitude of large tables
for groups, with heating for when temperatures start to drop.
Once the night starts, you'll find a pub
traditional downstairs serving classic fare and a 90s-inspired club for all-night fun. It's definitely a more relaxed option compared to the sometimes more exclusive rooftop bars in