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.
You can choose cheap hotels in Dublin or budget hotels Dublin. Many best price hotels in Dublin. Get hotel deals on Dublin and save 75% Discount.
Weekends see markets filling and the stalls piled with farmhouse cheeses. Stroll along the Francis Streets arts for delicate Georgian furniture or abstract painting or look for antique items in the antique stores. Look for local young designers selling delicate silver jewelry and reworked vintage clothes at Powers-court Centre and find affordable ways to refurbish your wardrobe. Edge along the Grafton Street and visit the Brown Thomas department store.
The streets are lined with boutiques, gift shops, stores, malls, artisan stores and specialty food markets and Dublin vacationers can also while away in window-shopping and wandering
Abbey Theatre to Grand Canal Theatre, keeps the theatre scene thriving in Dublin. You can get mesmerized listening to impromptu traditional music session by settling in a wood paneled booth. The music session includes pipes and fiddles. Sports lovers can enjoy Croke Park stadium.
Dining and Restaurants
The horizons of Dublin are widening, from fish curries of Goan to top sushi. The Docklands area dot with stylish wine bars serving crisp white steaming bouillabaisse. The preferred choice of locals is fresh lamb-and-Guinness Pie in Ballsbridge and Dublin Bay oysters. The Italian Quartier Bloom offer crusty bread and homemade pasta.
Dublin Ireland is a gem filled with pub crawls, antique stores, cathedrals, art galleries, monuments, stadiums and sense of vibrancy that cannot be missed.