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Dublin is an inspiring city: great writers like James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Bram Stoker, have been inspired by this city to create their masterpieces. While Dublin does not stand out for their great monuments or museums, is a city that opens its arms to tourists, with its stunning gardens where you can enjoy pleasant walks and its lively streets, where you can enjoy charming evenings while sipping a Guinness.
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What to visit in Ireland while staying at a Cheap hotel Dublin?
Certainly, Dublin offers us incredible and iconic places to visit, while enjoying our holidays at any of our cheap hotels Dublin. To start your journey in the country of the Leprechauns we suggest you to visit O'Connell Street. This street is located in the heart of Dublin it is also the main shopping area of the capital, perfect for nice walks; thanks to its lively atmosphere is perfect for both day and night. This street is also the location of the iconic building of the Central Post Office, place where the Republic of Ireland was proclaimed in 1916.
Are you a shopaholic? If yes, you must visit Grafton Street. Grafton Street is the main pedestrian and busy street of the capital as well as the best area for shopping. On this street is located the statue that celebrates Ireland's most famous woman: Molly Malone, a woman who was selling fish during the day and during the nights something less worthy.
A visit to Dublin is not complete without visiting Temple Bar. It’s one of the oldest neighborhoods in the capital. Its narrow cobbled streets represent the true essence of Dublin as well as being the heart of the nightlife of the city. Other must place to visit is Trinity College Dublin, the oldest university in Ireland, founded in 1592, and one of the most famous in the world.
You cannot say you have been in Dublin, if you don’t visit the Guinness Factory. Nowadays, this building is no longer the famous beer factory but has warehouse functions (Guinness Storehouse). It was built in 1904 and worked as a factory until 1988, while in 2000 opened its doors to the public. Another iconic place you must visit is the Jameson Distillery. The Old Jameson Distillery was founded by John Jameson in 1780, had the factory functions of Jameson whiskey for over 200 years. Today it’s a museum that reveals the secrets of artisan process of preparing the famous Irish whiskey.
If you want to visit the largest urban park in Europe you must go straight to Phoenix Park: with more than 700 acres was originally created in 1662 as a reserve for deer. It’s a real green lung on the outskirts of the Irish capital, where it is possible to see deer and various animals.
Other places you must visit include: Kilmainham Jail, the former prison built in 1796, one of the most symbolic place of Ireland. In their dungeons were imprisoned and killed many of the combatants who fought for the independence of Ireland over the centuries.
Dublin Castle, formerly used as a military fortress, royal residence, home of Irish Court and seat of the British administration in Ireland. St. Patrick's Cathedral dedicated to the patron saint of Ireland as well as being the largest church in Ireland. The building in its current form was begun in the fourteenth century and underwent several renovations throughout the centuries.
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Events in Dublin
If you want to live the best events of Dublin you should mark the following dates on your calendar!
St. Patrick's Day: the ultimate party of Ireland, when the Irish celebrate their saint. In recent years this day has become a major event that attracts thousands of tourists to enjoy different activities over five days in March and ends with the great parade of celebration, on March 17th. The parade is a happy mix of floats, bands and dancers.
Maritime Festival: Thousands of sailboats moored at the docks of Dublin, on both banks of the river Liffey, while traders sell exotic food and crafts. Street theaters and outdoor concerts enliven the 4 day event that takes place in early June.
Bloomsday: the followers of James Joyces give life to one of his most famous novels, the Ulysses, walking in the places visited by the protagonist of the novel during his brief Odyssey of one day. The event takes place on June 16th, the exact day that Joyce framework in the book.
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