By Andrew Thompson
Dublin may be one of the world’s smaller capitals, but it punches well above its weight. Not only does this iconic city have hundreds of years of history lurking around every corner, but it has also managed to strive boldly into the future as one of the most progressive and fascinating tourist destinations. And, of course, it stands proudly one of the world’s most hedonistic destinations. The months of March, April and May may not be the warmest months to visit the city, but many consider spring the best time to visit Dublin. Dublin weather is unpredictable at the best of times, and it’s likely you will encounter temperatures in the low-teens and a few days of rain, but there are so many things to do in Dublin both indoors and out that even if the weather turns you won’t be at a loss. And although there are some year-round Dublin attractions to include in your itinerary, as the city starts to shake off the effects of winter, it comes to life with festivals, sporting events, and plenty of great events.