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Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland, is on Ireland’s east coast. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle and St Patrick’s Cathedra.
My friend Tara from middle school actually moved to Dublin to be an Au Pair just like I moved to England to be an Au Pair.
The nice thing about that was that we could visit eachother and have somewhere to stay!
She was located in the town of Howth. Which is a very quaint city about 20 minutes from the Dublin airport filled with rolling hills on the ocean side.
In 2016 I flew to Dublin and celebrated St Patricks Day, something I had always wanted to tick off the bucketlist! 
​F unny enough, I still feel like Chigaco goes way overboard for St Patrick's day compared to Ireland!

If you are a beer lover, take a tour through the Guiness Storehouse located in Dublin.
View sites such as :
- St Patrick's Cathedral
- Dublin Castle
- National Botanical Gardens
I highly recommend heading over to the city of Howth if you are in Ireland. It was the most beautiful walking trails filled with sunflowers and light house views of the ocean. It was breathtaking.
If you don't rent a car, you can always book a day trip to the 
Cliffs of Moher like I did. To see the iconic cliffs on the southwestern edge of Ireland.
And since you're already on that side of the island, take a pit stop in Galway and visit some of the ancient ruins that are left of their centry old churches.
The hostel I stayed at in the city was in a great location, I was able to walk everywhere and didn't need to use any public transportation (my favourite way to see a city).



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I was finally able to ditch the winter jacker and wear a few less layers when I traveled to Dublin in the month of March.
The sun came out during the four days I was there and I was able to explore the city quite comfortably (just a little chilly at night) and windy when close to the coast. But overall great weather!

An Entrance Visa is not required for entry into Ireland for Canadian citizens.
All visas have different regulations and differ from country to country and may require a processing fee. 
Be sure to check the immigration website to determine whether you may require a visa to enter the country. 
Australian citizens do not require a visa to enter Ireland but for further information, click below.


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