The written word is hailed in the Irish capital of Dublin. Take part in the celebration with the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl and actor-guides who reveal entertaining facts in the very taverns James Joyce and other writers discovered inspiration.
The Writers Museum at Dublin bears testimony to Ireland's outstanding literary history, all the way from the beginning of Celtic storytelling and Irish poetry. The Abbey Theatre, which was founded in 1903 by the poet W.B. Yeats, continues to play host to great productions by both classic and modern playwrights. Also, the Book of Kells, an important manuscript dated to the Middle Ages, can be found within the Old Library located at Trinity College.