Most of my readers know by now that I have a seriously unhealthy obsession with London. After trips to Dublin and London early last year, my boyfriend and I talked about which city was our favorite and why. Of course, he had fallen head over heels for Dublin, and I remained firm in my feelings for London. The truth is, they are both great options that give off a slightly different vibe. So, London or Dublin: which one is for you?
In your dreams. Both are expensive AF.
London and Dublin each have incredible atmospheres, but in different ways. Dublin tends to give off more of a ‘home town’ vibe while London is more of a ‘big city’ vibe. So it really depends on what you’re looking for! Visit London if you love the big city culture and visit Dublin if you’re looking for more local hospitality.
If you’re looking for a more variety in your restaurants, then London definitely takes the cake. London has so many unique restaurants which generally focus more on experience and design, and their food is more culturally diverse. If you prefer more quaint restaurants that have a simple
Sightseeing definitely goes to London. London has a lot more to do in terms of seeing both historical and modern landmarks. Because while London is rich in history, it’s also a modern city with much to experience. Dublin is a smaller city with less sightseeing activities. However if you’re okay with getting on the road to experience nature, then Dublin will have your heart.
If you’re looking for a warm welcome, look no further than Dublin. The people are some of the nicest and most welcoming! You’ll always find great conversation at a bar or cafe. London is a little more like New York and the locals are usually in a rush to get somewhere, really not noticing tourists unless we’re in their way (oops).
Where London has more variety, Dublin has more tradition. A night out drinking pint after pint of
Which city do you get on with more? London or Dublin?