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Joycean Fun: Bloomsday in Dublin

Get wild and wacky with a dose of literary lunacy for James Joyce’s Bloomsday—June 16.

Savoring Italy’s Caffè Capital: Trieste

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.

The Perfect Day in Dublin

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.