Get some amazing visual snapshots of the city with our list of Dublin’s best Instagram users.
Musician Richie Egan fronts Jape, one of the most exciting bands to have emerged out of this fair city. His Instagram account is full of fun, quirky images, which capture his musical career as well as everyday visual musings!
Photographer Rich Gilligan has a knack for capturing intimate, engaging portraits of the musicians he shoots. Team these with some lovely Dublin visuals, and you’ve got an Instagram account worth following!
A journalist at the Irish Times, Una Mullally has a passion for Dublin culture, music and art. Her pics reveal the city at its most vibrant.
Next up - a veritable feast for the eyes! Picture This captures the beauty in everyday Dublin – from haunting shots of the Liffey to understated pics of hidden street art.
Entertainment and events blogger Darragh Doyle is also something of a man about town – his Instagram images showcase the fun side of the city.
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From atmospheric sepia shots of Dublin’s streets to colourful glimpses of the city’s leafy parks, Dublin Diaries perfectly showcases all this fine city has to offer.
Dublin dance act Le Galaxie continue to go from strength to strength – indeed, we highly recommend you see them live! Follow them on Instagram for amazing backstage pics as well as hilarious shots of the boys having fun in the city.
A journalist by trade, Conor Pope clearly has an artistic flair too! On his Instagram account, you’ll find some stunning shots of outdoor Dublin.
Photographer Ruth Medjber mixes amazing band shots with fun pics taken out and about in Dublin, as well as, of course, portraits of her beloved pooch!
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