14 Apr 2016

Places to see only in Dublin

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Dublin is a small, vibrant, multicultural and fun city to visit. Also here you will find the most friendliest people, so we are really easy to mingle with! Whether is your first time visiting us or you’ve been here before, Dublin has so many things to offer. In this blog we put together a list of top tourist attractions you should consider experiencing while in your holidays.

1. Guinness Storehouse: Guinness Storehouse is arguably one of Dublin’s most iconic attractions and is hugely popular with visitors to the capital. Guinness is synonymous with Ireland so when you’re in Dublin, you can’t leave without a trip to Guinness Storehouse. Learn through the seven-storey experience how the world-famous drink is made and then sample it for yourself at the end in the panoramic Gravity Bar.

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2 Christ Church Cathedral: It stands out as one of the most historical churches in the city, so it is not necessary to be a believer or seek spiritual peace to grant a little visit.

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3. Phoenix park & Dublin Zoo: Phoenix Park is practically a forest, a very nice place to relax. Paying attention to the most wooded areas , it is possible to find many families of deers that use the park as a dwelling. Located right in the Pheonix Park, Dublin Zoo is an ideal place to bring your kids in to see the wonderful wild animals.

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4. Temple bar: It is an area of central Dublin, where the nightlife capital of Ireland is concentrated. Love the Irish traditional music and cuisine?…then this is the best place to go to.

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5. Malahide Castle: It is an attractive building that stands in the middle of a park of more than a hundred hectares. It is one of the oldest catillos of Ireland, built in the eleventh century and used as a residence of the Talbot family for almost 8 centuries.

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We would love to hear more suggestions of places you love visiting while in Dublin! 🙂

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