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ABOUT DUBLIN

Dublin is the perfect city to visit because it's fairly compact, very welcoming and there's plenty to see, whatever your interests...

The city is full of rich history and amazing stories and the city tours are a great way to explore them. You can enjoy a pint of Guinness on the top of the Guinness brewery overlooking the city where you’ll learn all there is to know about the world-famous beer, or you can explore the stunning Christ Church Cathedral, a centuries-old Viking Church. Trinity College also holds many points of interest, including the Book of Kells, an ancient illuminated manuscrip — but there is far more to see and hear in Dublin than the most common tourist attractions. Many of the streets, bridges, statues, monuments and old buildings all share a fascinating history. There are also countless pubs in the city that host traditional Irish nights where you can experience the hospitality, humour, music and laughter that sets Dublin apart from every other city in the world.


Ireland's city of culture, Dublin, has produced or been home to some of the greatest literary names in history. Dublin’s most famous literary son is James Joyce and Dublin is the setting for two of his greatest works: Ulysses and The Dubliners. Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, W.B. Yeats, Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker are just some of the famous writers who were born or lived in Dublin.

In recent years, whilst retaining its historical and traditional features, Dublin became a more cosmopolitan, vibrant city renowned for its night life and fine dining choices. Dublin is also known for its beautiful combination of Georgian & Medieval styles of architecture — further proving that this city is the perfect destination for sightseeing, shopping and relaxation.

Dublin will capture your heart with its culture, events, colour, sights and scenes and with its intriguing past and vibrant present!
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