More in Ireland for Indians than Guinness, Jameson
Performers of traditional Irish folk songs and ballads at the Taylors Three Rock pub in Dublin.
The pub also boasts the longest running Irish shows in the country.
Back in Dublin, with a largely Victorian setting, where you hardly find any high-rises, unlike the capitals of other European countries, the best way to savour the city is on the hop-on-hop-off bus tours -- for which you pay for a day and get the second free.
The central district of Dublin, where most of the must-see places are located, falls within a rather small radius. So walking is another option, especially during a tour inside the famous Temple Bar area for shopping or pub-hopping.
One also has the option of visiting the Guinness brewery and the old Jameson distillery to learn about the heritage of these world famous products of Ireland and time-tested processes involved, culminating with a tasting session of the stout or whiskey.
Among the museums, the most visited is one dedicated to James Joyce inside a Martello tower -- built in the 19th century to withstand an invasion by Napoleon -- in which the famous novelist spent six nights and made it the setting of Ulysses' first chapter.