Dublin, the capital and also the largest city of Ireland, is a place to visit for its strong medieval heritage, the cultural connection in the writing world, for its balanced mixture of classic and ultra- modern architecture, for film festivals and for its vivid lifestyle.
There are several options for transfers from the airport to hotel. Tourist can get from Dublin airport to city centre either by coach or bus, car rental or chauffeur cars. Dublin Bus and Airlink are the main bus services to the tourist area of the city. Several car rental services are available on the airport and passengers can pick-up the vehicles on the spot. Chauffeur services and taxis are the most comfortable option to reach the hotel.
Tourists never get bored in Dublin, even if it is better to visit Dublin during summer, when weather is nice, and festivals happen all over the city. We will show you why.
Attractions and Landmarks in Dublin
With its medieval looking aspects and large walking areas, streets of Dublin are a pleasure for overseas tourists that travel from crowded cities. Classical landmarks that they should include in their plan are the famous Temple Bar, Christ Church cathedral, Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Farmeligh House or Long Hall. Literature lovers should not miss Monument to Oscar Wild or the Book of Kells. Spire of Dublin ( Monument of Light) is a must see for tourists that enjoy modern arts.
It is rather recommended to book a city tour for a comprehensive experience. As Dublin is walking friendly tours come in many options: bicycle, coach or private by chauffeur cars.
Festivals in Dublin
You can visit Dublin for festivals and the party spirits across the city. In June Viking gather together for food, drinks and music in a traditional way and the entire city is a show. Dublin Irish festival, taking place in the mid-summer is a referral for arts and film lovers. During autumn there are several important events placed on the ma f Dublin. Dublin Fringe stands for Theater, circus and dance, while Theatre festival is dedicated only to drama plays.
OktoberFest Dublin is similar to the German event and party lovers have 15 days of ceaselessly fun.
Parks in Dublin
Dublin is renowned as the European city having the largest green area per inhabitant. Thus a tourist has the option of a light walk on Liffey river’s bank or heavy run in Tolka Valley park a 140 hectares of green area.
Day trips from Dublin
Travellers who want to visit the famous Irish cliffs may book day trips to Limerick, Cliff of Moher or to Giant’s Causeway in the North of Ireland. “Games of Thrones tours” are popular tours for cinema-goers, while the Guinness day trip gives the beer lovers the occasion to see how the drink is brewed.
As you can see, there are a lot of things to do in Dublin, you just to come at the right time.