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The city center is small enough to be tackled on foot with ease, and unless you’re staying in the outer boroughs, you probably won’t need to use the Luas trams or city buses. If you do, bear in mind that bus drivers cannot give change, so have your coins ready for short journeys—fares start at €2. You can buy a tourist Leap card for ease—one day of unlimited travel is €10.
The Irish climate is fairly uniform throughout the year—even in July, the hottest month, temperatures are usually around 60°F. January is the coldest month, with averages of 41°F, and there’s frequent rainfall at any time.
Know Before You Go
For busier attractions (the Book of Kells at Trinity and the Guinness Storehouse), it’s worth buying tickets online prior to arrival—you’ll be able to skip lines and save time. Come nightfall, the Temple Bar district is incredibly rowdy—it’s best to stick to the charming pubs in the city instead of the overpriced and touristy ones.
Best Time To Go
There’s no need to choose a time to visit based on the weather, since it is fairly consistent year-round. September and October are typically the fairest, and you’ll also avoid the hectic summer crowds.
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