WATCH: The People Make The Place In This Best Of Dublin Video

In honor of this year's Best Of Dublin issue, we took to the streets to ask Dubliners and tourists what they love about Dublin. We got a lot of answers, ranging from the food, to the scenic parks, to Footlocker on O'Connell Street. But the one answer we got across the board was the people.

Watch as locals and visitors alike talk about how the people make the place in the video below, and check out Best Of Dublin 2017, in stores and online now!

 

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