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Elsewhere in Italy, locals down espresso on the go, but Trieste is a city for lingerers. The ornate, wood-paneled “grand cafés” here honor the legacy of Vienna, not Rome. Though the city has a complicated history—it belonged to Italy, Austria, Germany during World War II, Yugoslavia, and finally Italy again.
I’ve been to Dublin several times before, and have always found it to be a relaxing, almost effortless, city to visit with its eminently walkable city center bisected by the River Liffey. But this time, I was exploring the Irish capital with Nat Geo photographer Catherine Karnow. Together we discovered a new energy to the Dublin we have both come to know and love. Here’s how we spent our first, perfect day in Dublin, and how you can follow our trail.