Travel to Dublin, Ireland, the city of guinness
















You may have heard that Guinness tastes better in Dublin. Dublin is adorable city, originally settled by Vikings among a population of Celtic tribes. In 1800, the Act of Union between Great Britain and Ireland abolished the Irish Parliament. The Irish worked to gain their independence from Great Britain, which they finally won in 1922. Dublin's coastal beauty is the stuff of legends, with shorelines trimmed by golden sands and rocky outcrops. Where else you can learn about local history and culture by visiting various pubs? (Note: do not tell that you do not like Guinness if you have not tried that in Dublin) Take down the Liffey, or peering Book of Kells. 
Dublin is divided by the River Liffey. On the south side are Trinity College, St. Stephen's Green, St. Patrick's Cathedrals, Grafton Street, Christ Church, and many other attractions. On the north side of the Liffey is the main thoroughfare O'Connell Street, which is intersected by numerous shopping streets, including Talbot Street and Henry Street. With bizarre lunar landscapes, the mighty Atlantic Ocean, labyrinthine caves and crystal clear waterways, Ireland's diverse landscapes will take your breath away. 
Dublin's most famous shopping street is the pedestrianized Grafton Street, which runs between St. Stephen's Green and Trinity College. It has recently been classified as an 'Architectural Conservation Zone' along with its surroundings. Dublin's vibrancy, nightlife and tourist attractions are noteworthy, and it is the most popular entry point for international visitors to Ireland. Dollymount, the offshore, is a coastal suburban area on the north coast of Dublin Bay, on the north side of Dublin, within CLontarf, just East of St Anne's Park. 
Ireland enjoys over 1,448km of spectacular coastline, surrounded by the mighty Atlantic on the west and the Irish Sea on the east. Dublin's best beach is located to the north. Dollymount Strand and the adjoining bird sanctuary are highly recommended. For those for whom it just would not be a holiday without hanging out at the mall, there are various shopping centres located around Dublin, including Blanchardstown Centre, The Square, Tallaght, and Liffey Valley. Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre is a Visitor Centre which contains Goat Castle, one of seven fortified Town Houses, dating from the late 1300s. Gaze on the beauty of the rocky, granite island. You can see the early Christian St Begnet’s Church, the Martello Tower and the Holy Well. 
Dublin has a wide range of good quality foods and restaurants, most of which are horribly overpriced by European standards. Main course prices range from €10 at the lower, and end up to around €40 at the higher end. Wine in much of restaurants is generally marked up from its already expensive retail price by a factor of at least two and three times retail price would not be uncommon.

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Arlington Hotel Temple Bar Dublin (3 stars). Discounted from £ 70 to 55/night
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The Gibson Hotel Dublin (4 stars), discounted from £ 100 to 88/night
The Shelbourne Dublin by Renaissance (5 stars), discounted from £ 475 to 265/night
Isaacs Hostel Dublin, discounted from £ 47 to 15/night
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Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin (5 stars), discounted from £ 402 to 369/night
The Merrion Hotel Dublin (5 stars), £ 285/night
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