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Ireland - A pint of Guinness

Dublin, Belfast, Ballintoy, Carnlough, Carrick-a-Rede and Giant's Causeway.

  • Ye olde pints

    The Brazen Head is the oldest pub in Dublin, open since 1198.

    [The Brazen Head, Dublin]

  • At the source

    [Reine at St James's Gate, Dublin]

  • From the source

    At the 6th floor of Guinness Storehouse, there is a bar which serves the freshest pint of Guinness in the world.

    [Christian and Fredrik at Guinness Storehouse, Dublin]

  • Maze of Guinness

    [Guinness Storehouse, Dublin]

  • Beneath the bricks

    This is the coolest entrance to the crowded Temple Bar area.

    [Merchant's Arch, Dublin]

  • City of blinding lights

    The Temple Bar area is really busy at nights.

    [Temple Bar, Dublin]

  • City of blinding lights

    The Temple Bar area is really busy at nights.

    [Temple Bar, Dublin]

  • Trembling hands

    [Explosions In The Sky, live at Vicar Street in Dublin]

  • Huge tracts of land

    [Molly Malone statue at Grafton Street, Dublin]

  • I still haven't found what I'm looking for

    This gothic building from 1905 is the headquarters of the Presbyterian Church.

    [Church House, Belfast]

  • Love is clockworks and cold steel

    Europa Hotel at Great Victoria Street is also known as “the most bombed hotel in the world”.

    [Europa Hotel, Belfast]

  • To absent friends

    The hull of Titanic was constructed at the docks not far from here, exactly 100 years ago.

    [Having a pint at Robinsons Bar, Belfast]

  • Where the streets have no name

    [Reine north of Ballintoy]

  • The land of hexagons

    [Giant's Causeway]

  • Dining with the Flintstones

    [Fredrik at Giant's Causeway]

  • The land of hexagons

    [Giant's Causeway]

  • The land of hexagons

    [Reine in Giant's Causeway]

  • One small step for mankind

    The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge connects the mainland with Carrick Island. It's 20 meters long and 30 meters above the roaring sea.

    [Reine crossing the rope bridge at Carrick-a-Rede]

  • The thin red line

    [The rope bridge at Carrick-a-Rede]

  • At the end of the world

    This romantic castle at the northen tip of Ireland is often said to be the inspiration to Cair Paravel in the Narnia books.

    [Dunluce Castle]

  • Misty tides


  • Path of mist


  • No line on the horizon

    This sleepy town had its 15 minutes of fame in season 3 of Sons of Anarchy.