No vacation in Dublin, Ireland is complete without spending some time in a the city's most iconic and well known pubs. Here you will surely experience the Irish hospitality for which the Irish are famous for, as well as possibly getting the chance to listen to some of wonderful traditional folk music from different bars in the city. Here is a list of the best pubs and bars to visit in the city. 

The Brazen Head is Dublin's oldest pub dating back to 1198 and its still a very good spot till this day accomodating guests with live music and great food every night. The place is lined up with different set of old pictures and different advertisments from the past making it more unique and making guests feel like the old times. The pub offers great local cuisine from beef and Guiness stew or a big bowl of their famous steamed Irish mussels. The pub is located on 20 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8.

Toner's, which is located on Baggot Street, is another of Ireland's traditional pubs dating back from the 1800's accoridng to Food Republic. The bar features different memorabilia and drawers which dates back to the time when it was still a grocery store. This place is one of the best in Dublin not only from its famous wooden design from tables to benches but also for the amazing pints that it offers. Pub is located on 139 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2.

The Norseman, the oldest pub in Temple Bar. It offers the best local made craft beer, whiskey and live music with a great environment that draws tourists all around the world. As per The Culture Trip, this pub also offers accomodation for those who need a place to stay, the bedrooms are situated just right above the pub itself making it accessible if you need a pint when you feel like having one.

The Palace Bar has one of the best antique designs in Dublin as it shows the Victorian era decorations all over the bar making tourist feel like they are back in time. The interior of this famous traditional pub making it one of the most visited pubs in Dublin. This place is also home to sports as it offers guests the perfect place to watch big matches from football, MMA, basketball and many more.

McDaid's decorated high ceiling is one of the first things you'll notice as you walk in. If you're settling in for the evening, head up the narrow stairs to one of the upper levels. The pub offers one of the best local cuisines and great varities of beer and whisky as well. The other good thing about McDaid is its located in the center just off Grafton Street making it accessible for tourist if your staying here. For more of the latest news about Ireland and cities around it, feel free to visit Travelers Today.