Dublin has always been an important stopover on the Europe trip of any discerning traveller. After all who would miss a chance of roaming around the streets where James Joyce and Johnathan Swift once wandered? And who could resist the academic glamour of the Trinity College or the lure of the magical Guinness. The literary… Read the full article
Dublin Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
The land of Guinness and of Johnathan Swift; Dublin has always been a popular destination. Whether it’s going back in time courtesy the Dublin castle or strolling along the Dublin Grand Canal or filling up your lungs at the scenic Dublin mountain walk…there is never a shortage of things to do.
The city that’s full of bonhomie and comic nights had a turmoil filled past…a tour of the Kilmainham Gaol will tell you why. Explore the slew of free museums and galleries here…the National museum, National Gallery, Museum of Decorative Art and Design etc.
Breathe in the heritage of one of the finest academic institutions in the world; The Trinity College and take a guided tour of the Long Room Library that holds the Book of Kells and the Durrow Armagh books besides other rare printed pages. A simple walk through Dublin will delight photographers and lovers of culture and architecture….the city is full of Georgian buildings.
When you are done with sampling the Nordic food and Irish whiskey you can spend a lovely day at the Phoenix park that’s home to the Dublin Zoo. Dublin has a profusion of bars and pubs and they are often found bursting with laughter (frequent comic gigs) and swaying wildly (Irish whiskey and Irish music). You can do a historic pub crawl in the Temple Bar area after you get off from a sunset cruise in the Grand Canal and then you can play the night away on the grand casino on Fitzwilliam Street.
Learn more about all that you can see and do in beautiful Dublin from our exhaustive city guide. Here is a great page to get a head start: Secrets of tourism in Dublin.
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Getting to the City Dublin airport (DUB) is located close to the M50 and M1 motorways in Collinstown, Fingal at a distance of 10 kilometres north of Dublin city centre. This busy airport is directly connected with almost every city of Europe and UK. North America and Dubai don’t have any direct flights. This international… Read the full article