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What to do in Dublin

Ireland

Dublin is the vibrant capital city of the Republic of Ireland. It is home to over 500,000 Irish residents, the majority of whom are friendly and welcoming. Dublin enjoys a deservedly excellent reputation among the community of international tourists. Considerable numbers of people fly into the international airport with the intention of visiting the local attractions and exploring the nightlife venues each week. Now you have the opportunity to book luxury accommodation and schedule your Dublin travel itinerary with a range of affordable serviced apartments.

The greater Dublin region occupies a considerable area along the Eastern Irish coastline. However, it's possible to explore much of the city centre by foot. You might choose to begin your holiday with a tour of the historic Trinity College. You can view the architecturally impressive Campanile bell tower and the literary displays in the famous old library. However, you may be particularly keen to visit the book of Kells exhibition centre.

You can learn more about Dublin's cultural heritage at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. This grand building contains a variety of contemporary paintings and sculptures. If the weather is favourable then you may like to explore the formal gardens. Alternatively, you could head across to the Guinness Storehouse and learn all about Dublin's finest export. You'll discover numerous interactive exhibits detailing various stages of the brewing process. The tour may be rounded off with a pint or two in the popular Gravity Bar.

There will be plenty of opportunities to indulge in retail therapy during your holiday in Dublin. You may hit the high street and discover a fantastic range of well-known shops and luxury boutiques. It might even be tempting to purchase some of the Irish country clothing and souvenirs at the specialist shops and markets. The shopping spree may be rounded off with a relaxing mug of hot chocolate at one of the charming inner city caf├ęs.

You should make sure that you leave enough energy in reserve for a cracking night out in Dublin. The streets are lined with top-notch bars and entertainment venues. However, it's worth starting out with a couple of drinks in the Temple Bar area. Then you can make your way to popular nightclubs and late night music venues.

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