If you’re looking for a great place to spend your university years, look no further than Dublin. This beautiful city is a dream destination for a whole host of reasons, not to mention its world-class reputation as a place to study. Once you arrive, you’ll find no shortage of activities and attractions to keep you occupied, and equally importantly, to help live your student life to the fullest. There’s no better place to work, rest and play.

Fun-packed Dublin Nightlife

Going out and having a good time is one of the best parts of the university experience. And Dublin is up there with the best when it comes to delivering that friendly party atmosphere. Thanks to legendary clubs such as Copper Face Jacks, Krystle and more, Dublin has an endless supply of great nights out, no matter what kind of music gets you on the dance floor.

Photogenic Scenery

Brighten up your days and social feeds with trips to some of Dublin’s most beautiful areas. Cross the cast iron Ha’Penny bridge to get a perfect view of the River Liffey in the day or go in the evening for a perfect photo opportunity as the lamps flicker into life. Alternatively, get closer to nature at Phoenix Park. Here you’ll find acres and acres of lush landscape, as well as friendly herds of deer and other local wildlife. There’s no better place to relax and take a break from your studies.

Captivating Sports 

Embracing Dublin culture means getting a first-hand look at the national sports, such as traditional Gaelic hurling matches on a weekend. Pick up tickets and be ready to be on the edge of your seat at Croke Park and soak up that exciting stadium energy. You’ll also find high-octane games of Gaelic football and soccer organised on a regular basis as well. Whether you want to simply watch or give it a go yourself – there are clubs dotted about the city that are always welcoming to newcomers. Like the old saying goes, when in Dublin do as the Dubliners do. 

Guinness DublinWorld Famous Drinks 

It’s impossible to mention Dublin without bringing up those two iconic drinks brands, Guinness and Jameson. Guinness offer a three hour tour of their brewery where you can experience every step that goes into creating their famous pints of rich, dark ale. The Guinness Storehouse has a lot more to offer too, including their own bar, restaurant and museum. Whisky lovers will love the Jameson Distillery on bustling Bow Street, which offers all kinds of group-friendly events, including tours and tastings. And of course, you’ll be able to sample both of these at Dublin’s many pubs and bars, for an authentic glimpse into Dublin life.

These are just a handful of things to do in Dublin and you’ll undoubtedly find countless more. This wonderful city is packed with exciting things to do and best of all, your new accommodation is right at the heart of it all.   

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Uninest is an award winning accommodation provider in Dublin for students offering contemporary places to live, rest and play. Our high-quality locations are equipped with everything modern students want and are based close to the heart of the action in this fantastic city.