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Dublin: a true heart of the Emerald Isle

Mythical and vibrant, Dublin is the most visited city of Ireland. The capital city has been around been around for 12 centuries, first settlements by Celtic tribes or Vikings in the middle of the 9th century. Historic figures such as King Henry II of England, Oliver Cromwell play a vital role in the history of Ireland and Dublin, as did, of course, the parliament Act which abolished the Irish government in 1800…creating a long and bloody struggle for independence during the 20th century. Peace is more the order of the day today, much to the delight of all as you too, will discover the magic of Dublin.

Destination: hot spots of Dublin city

A city of many great attractions, it is difficult to know where to begin! However, welcome to Dublin and enjoy the landmarks and the “typical” Dubliner lifestyle to your heart´s content. For beer lovers, of course, a pint of Guiness is a must but a trip to the Guiness storehouse. The former brewery is an eye opener for visitors, a 6 storey listed building where you will enter into the world of Ireland´s most famous beer, bars, restaurants, exhibitions to enjoy…to add to your Irish pub experience. Indeed, pub life is unique here with laughter and singing are often served in plentiful amounts…a special mention to the Auld Dubliner where locals and visitors mix merrily to the tune of traditional music played by bands on the upper floor. You will find a choice of trendy bars and pubs as well as more traditional bars, restaurants around the city. Remember too, that Dublin´s centre is relatively small and easily navigated on foot as you set about your sightseeing…

More to see and do in Dublin:

  • Dublin´s writers Museum – a collection of paraphernalia in this small museum evoking the great writers of the Emerald Isle, featured are: Samuel Beckett, Jonathon Swift, James Joyce…
  • Chester Beatty Library – view the world class art collection of magnate, Sir Alfred Chester Beatty. A rich collections of paintings, objects and manuscripts mainly from the Far East, Islamic culture and Europe.
  • Dublinia – get a feel for old Dublin, medieval life reconstructed in models, archeological digs and more.
  • Oscar Wilde House – restored former home of the writer, please note, visits by guided tours only and will need to be booked…for amateurs of Irish literature, a great tour called the ‘Literary Pub Crawl´ offers a wonderful walk around Trinity College, stopping at many pubs with a talented and verbose guide who will cite many a significant quote from the great writers…

    There is so much more to Dublin , museums abound, shopping, especially in the local markets for atmosphere and great finds and music and more music…from traditional Irish music and dance to the talented musicians playing in venues around the city, lyrical Ireland is brought to life in the capital…for more about visiting Dublin, useful addresses, hotels, sightseeing, see below.
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