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Dublin-The city to fall in love with!

By Macy, Posted on 17 Sep, 2021 at 07:50 am

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Dublin is the capital city of the Republic of Ireland; it is situated in front of River Liffey. It is famous because of its Historic spots like Dublin Castle, which is dating to the 13th century, and St Patrick's Cathedral, which was established in 1191, and the sightseeing City Parks containing wonderful Dublin Zoo, beautiful botanical park "Stephen's green and Phoenix Park," The National Museum which grasps the beautiful cultural heritage and history of Ireland.

While Dublin is a small city with a 1.4 million population, the city's art and cultural heritage are incomparable. The unique music collections, art activities, and traditional festivals are all remarkable. The city has gigantic colorful sculptures and excellent amusing theatres that attract huge visitors to the city every year!

The moderate temperature is one of the best reasons to make it attractive. The city welcomes its tourist in all seasons with all the glory of its attraction. In the summer season, the wonderful festivals fill the roads. Let’s dig more!

Things to do and see in Dublin:

Find the attractive landmarks of Dublin city and drop your bags at the Best Hotels in Dublin with our travel guide and make your trip memorable!

St Patrick’s Cathedral:

It is the most famous historic spot, where multiple aesthetic music concerts happen to entertain the visitors and show the city's classical heritage. The breathtaking garden, a wonderful Church, and a beautiful park are best for the kids to play various physical and video games. This Historic spot shows the heritage of Ireland, including the story of Lady Chapel, Jonathan Swift, and Chivalric Chapels, the Celtics Cross, and brass plate citation of deans of Cathedral, and much more.  

Dublin Zoo:

It is a panoramic place to explore animal life and is just so magical. The zoo is divided into different zones and named Asian Forest, Kaziranga Forest, Arctic’s Fringes, Sealion inlet, African grassland, Robert Houses, Reptiles House, South African House, Orangutan Forest. The zoo has 400 exotic animals from all around the world. It is the best place to explore internal and alfresco habitats of different animals in which the sea lion underwater window is unique and attractive to the visitors.

National Botanic Garden:

It is a sanctuary of wonders with a massive collection of botanical species from all around the world. The garden has wonderful flower-shaped sculptures, and creepy plants, and beautiful grass carpeted land! The organization of this spot organizes concerts and art exhibitions which show the art and culture of the city and helps to entertain the visitors. It is a lovely and peaceful place best for relaxation and to spend a wonderful day with the endless beauty of the garden!

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum:

It is a wonderful museum like no other! The museum grasps the Irish diaspora and relocation’s history of Ireland. Tourists can discover the exciting stories of Irish migrants and see the city's incredible cultural heritage. And can amuse with excellent sport table to watch much-loved sports stars, can also try out unique dancing moves of Irish, and can read amazing books in the library.

Getting Around in Dublin city:

To discover the beautiful landmarks, Dublin city provides several public transport services and many car and bicycle rentals at a cheap cost, so the visitors can easily explore every bit of the city and suburbs. There are several double-story and open-roof buses, Luas trams, and trains system around the city. The city also provides a Do-Dublin Card, having 72 hours accessibility, which has very value to easily getting around the city.

Best hotels to book your trip:

New to the city? Doubting where to drop bags and where to stay? Don’t worry! The city presents several wonderful Dublin Hotels that are rich in all facilities and amenities and makes your trip memorable. Below is the list of the top of them:

Clayton Hotel Dublin:

This is one of the Best Hotels in Dublin; it features four distinct dining halls, 24-hours offering of the fresh ground coffee dock and snacks, traditional Irish breakfast, Carvery Lunch, soundproof rooms with a flat-screen TV and extra toiletries, tea and coffee assembly, wheelchair convenience, and comfy pillows. Visitors can also enjoy spa and pool accessibility, fitness club, drinking bars, gym ball, and playland!

Shelbourne Hotel Dublin:

This is a unique hotel with historic banqueting services so visitors can celebrate their special moments here, enrich with unique technologies like illuminated plasma screens and WIFI accessibility all over the hotel. The hotel provides unique overnight packages so you can enjoy a sauna, gymnasium, and spa pool here!

Hard Rock Hotel Dublin:

This amazing hotel provides 120 luxurious wide suite furnished rooms with warm wood decoration, stone walls, and wool-rich bespoke carpets. Its amazing decoration and wonderful dining make this hotel more unique and lusher, among others!

Intercontinental Dublin:

This lush hotel features double located gardens, sightseeing urban resorts, five-star fitness, lush 14 meters deep pool, and clean on-site self-service parking area, and beautiful rooms with balconies are the unique features to opt for this hotel!

Maldron Hotel Dublin:

This wonderful hotel is situated close to the Dublin Airport, with a 24-hours transportation service to and from the airport and just a few miles away from Grand Canal Square. It has wonderful rooms with cotton duvet beds, complimentary tea and coffee services; the guests can also enjoy the light service bars and relax in the sauna.

Dublin is a landmark to fall in love with; the sightseeing over vivid river bridges, breathtaking botanical gardens, the interesting heritage of Iris history, storytelling art galleries, and remarkable culture are enough to make your trip amazing. No matter what's your reason to visit it, we swear you wouldn't want to go back!

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