Take a walking tour around Trinity College and learn how this college became an economic & political powerhouse since its foundation in 1592. Admire the picturesque architecture of the oldest university of Ireland.
Discover the treasure that is the Book of Kells in the Old Library as well as the 5 million other books from all over Great Britain. Walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest writers, scientists, and physicists such as Samuel Beckett, William Campbell, Ernest Walton, Oscar Wild and many more.
Get the full Trinity College experience by going for a meal in the traditional Gallaher Bistro and coffee house. Built in 1891 by J.F Fuller for Gallaher’s Tobacco Company, it soon became Dublin’s meeting spot for journalists, Trinity students, and architecture enthusiasts.
Serving contemporary European style dishes, Gallaher uses only locally sourced and fresh produce from the best of Dublin’s suppliers. You are definitely in for a real feast! Book Here
16a D’Olier St, Dublin, Ireland, 2
Only 3 minutes away from Trinity College, Red Torch Ginger serves Thai and Asian cuisine with a twist. Adding their personality and creativity to give traditional dishes their own unique stamp.
Enjoy their famous 5 spice crispy calamari followed by authentic street food dishes like their delicious Pad Thai noodles. And if you are looking for a challenge, add some spices and chillies for the full flavor Thai experience! Book Here
14/15 St Andrew St , Dublin, Ireland, D2