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If you missed anything on your first day you may decide to prolong your departure from Dublin, but you’ll still have plenty of time to make your way across the country to the west of Ireland and Galway.

Two hundred years ago you would have paid your dues (a ha’pennies worth to be exact) to William Walsh, who built the bridge when his ferries went into disrepair, but nowadays you’re free to come and go as you please.

It’s also a great place to whip out your camera and get snap happy with stretching views down the river that are just begging to be captured on film. (Dublin’s favourite shopping district) has everything you need to relax.

Either way, Temple Bar is a great place to while away the evening whether you’re in The Old Storehouse at one of their daily sessions or sharing a pint and a story with one of the friendly locals.

Your visit to Dublin will be packed with fond memories, unforgettable sights and sounds, but you still have the treat of a full Irish breakfast ahead of you the next morning.

In fact for the full Dublin experience you have to witness the thrilling ambience of its nightlife.

So it’s off to Temple bar - often referred to as Dublin’s cultural hub.

For the art-lover Dublin has a whole host of museums and art galleries from the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin Castle to the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

What’s more, entry is free, so there’s no excuse not to sample some of the more artistic delights our “Fair City” has to offer.

“The Book of Kells” resides in Trinity’s Old Library.

This book, which is a 9th Century gospel manuscript contains lavish illustrations and is accompanied in the library by an exhibition – “Turning Lightness into Dark”.

Make sure to schedule in a visit to Trinity College Dublin on your first day in Ireland.