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Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and one of the most exciting, historic, and genuinely interesting places to visit in Europe. Despite being fairly small, the city has an incredibly rich history, with ancient Viking roots and a turbulent past that provide a unique cultural identity to its inhabitants. Dublin is a metropolis with the majority of its population living outside of the city itself, but there are still concentrated areas of vibrancy that make it a fantastic tourist destination.
One of the great advantages of Dublin is that almost everything of interest is within walking distance (such is the small size of the city) which makes it a great destination for those who enjoy exploring. But Dublin isn't just about castles, palaces, and medieval architecture. The city centre rivals any other for vibrant nightlife and youthful atmosphere, which is why it is able to attract such a wide demographic of both visitors and inhabitants.
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Popular Tourist Attractions in Dublin
There are so many things to see and do in Dublin that you're probably not going to be able to see them all during your stay. Also, many of the tourist destinations can get extremely busy, so it's important to plan your trip in advance and arrive early at each attraction in order to avoid disappointment. On the other hand, if you're simply looking to explore the city, there are plenty of areas to relax and enjoy less tourist-centric parts of the city.
Particularly popular attractions include the Chester Beatty Library (which holds some of the oldest books and other documents available in the world, with many texts of great religious importance) and Dublin Castle (which is one of the most impressive medieval castles left standing). To see one of the most impressive (not to mention old) buildings in Dublin, head to the stunning Christ Church Cathedral which is incredibly historic and contains some of the most beautiful architecture you're likely to see anywhere in the world.
Other great places to visit include the Dublin Zoo, the Dublin Writers Museum, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art, all of which are well worth a trip. Don't forget, as mentioned earlier, that there really is a myriad of different things to see around the city, so don't restrict yourself to the most popular attractions because you may find yourself missing out on something very special.
Drinking Culture in Dublin
If you're going to be visiting Dublin, you're probably already well aware of the reputation Ireland has for its vibrant drinking culture. You'll never be far from a pub or bar in Dublin, and you'll of course want to sample a pint or two of Guinness (which really does taste better in Ireland than anywhere else in the world).
Eating Out in Dublin
With such a rich culture for drinking, Dublin doesn't quite meet the same standards when it comes to eating. Restaurants in Dublin are relatively overpriced at times and not of the highest quality (particularly in the city centre), so if you're looking for an incredible culinary experience, you might want to look elsewhere. On the other hand, there is a diverse range of cultures represented throughout the city's cuisine and plenty of opportunities for reasonably good food if you know where to look.
Shopping in Dublin
Although with a historic and very old city centre, Dublin has an excellent range of stores and markets that will satisfy even the keenest shopper. The best shopping is generally found on Grafton Street and the surrounding area, although there are thousands of smaller stores scattered around the city. Dublin is particularly good for smaller boutiques and alternative fashions, while all of the major stores are represented throughout the city.
Dublin Cheap Hostels
If you are looking for hotels in Dublin then you are spoilt for choice because Dublin hotels range from the finest luxury 5 star hotels to budget hotels. Not only are there a wide variety of hotels to choose from but also the location, would you like a hotel in Dublin city centre or outside and on the outskirts of Dublin? So no matter why you are staying in Dublin for (tourist or on a business trip) you will find a Dublin hotel to match your budget and location. You might get accommodation a little bit cheaper outside the city centre but if you don't have your own transport, what you save on the cost of the room, you will spend on getting around on public transport (e.g. buses or taxis).
Perhaps hotels aren't your thing? Would you rather enjoy a relaxed welcoming atmosphere of a family home? Dublin has many B&B's (Bed and Breakfasts) and Guesthouses on offer. These options are a nice alternative to traditional hotels.
Of course it's not just Dublin Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts and Guesthouses. Dublin also has the following accommodation on offer: Dublin Cheap Hostels, Castles, Self Catering Cottages, Apartments, Holiday Homes, Farmhouses, Hostels and Inns.
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Dublin is a wonderful city with an atmosphere that makes it perfect for a short break away or even a longer holiday. With a rich cultural heritage and many historical landmarks, Dublin has so much to offer that the hardest part of planning a trip there is choosing where to begin.
- Parnell Square
- Saint Stephen's Green
- Department of Taoiseach
- St James Hospital dublin
- Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children
- International Financial Services Centre
- Coombe Women's Hospital
- Rotunda Hospital
- The City Hall
- Temple Street - The Children's Hospital
- Dublin Tourism Centre
- Trinity College
- Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
- Leinster House
- National Maternity Hospital
- Our Lady's Hospice
- National Library of Ireland
Landmark or Monuments
- Christ Church Cathedral
- St. Patrick's Cathedral
- St. Audoen's Church
- Dublin Castle
- Button Factory
- Grand Canal
- Natural History Museum (Ireland)
- National Botanic Gardens
- Dublin Docklands
- Temple Bar
- Guinness Storehouse
Stadium or Arenas
- Croke Park
- RDS Arena
- The O2 Dublin
- Gaiety Theatre
- Connolly Train Station
- Grand Canal Dock Dart Station
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