Dublin Ireland is sited overlooking the Irish Sea rippling blue waters. This is the most popular European cities and the favorite among globe trotters. Dublin offers a challenge to New York City to give up its claim ‘ the city that never sleeps’ as Dublin is vibrant with warmth, filled with culture, personable people, restaurants, streets bursting with pubs, theatres and abundant activities.
Visit National Museum and stroll around Meriion Square along Georgian terraces. View the literary luminaries of the past former homes such as Joyce, Yeats and Beckett. The Dublin Castle is also nearby and houses the wooden table that was used to sign Good Friday Agreement. Do not miss Iveagh Gardens from your must visit list as it has ivy clad statues and fountains.