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Dublin Travel Guide - If youíve ever wanted to visit Ireland, one of the best places to start your exploration is in the city of Dublin, which offers an array of exciting and interesting sights to enjoy. Whether itís the Georgian architecture that has you coming back for more or the rich history attached to this destination, a trip to Dublin is one that will forever decorate your memories.

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When planning a trip to Dublin Ireland, you should know that a river (Liffey) dissects the city into two separate parts, which are referred to the Southside and the north. Visiting both parts is an experience you are sure to never forget. For instance, venturing south of the river will bring you closer to a variety of interesting attractions, including the Temple Bar section of the city. Many people believe that it is here that the heartbeat of Dublinís culture is located. There is definitely a strong music and visual presence about the area.

Additional places to visit when touring Dublin include the medieval side of the city. This is considered to offer a deep historic significance for locals and tourists alike. An itinerary may also be packed with Dublin sights, such as the National Gallery, National Museum, as well as the Leinster House.

Another fun part about planning trip to Dublin is finding a cheap Dublin hotels to stay at. No matter what budget you bring to the city, there is a place to stay. A moderately priced option can be found in the Georgian Hotel, which is located at 18-22 Baggot Street Lower. Rooms here go for about $125 per night. To position yourself close to Dublin tourist attractions like the National Museum & National Gallery, you might want to check out the rates offered at the Parliament Hotel. Another Dublin hotel in this price range is McEniff Grand Canal Hotel, which is situated on Grand Canal St.

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Dublin Interesting Facts

  • Large stone tombs (dolmens) were built in Ireland during 4000-2000 BC as part of an ancient cult practice.
  • Newgrange, the Irish passage tomb, was constructed around 3200BC Ė making it 500 years older than the Giza Pyramids in Egypt.
  • The Dublin Port Tunnel is the largest ever civil engineering project in Ireland.
  • Ireland has one of the fastest growing populations of any European city.
  • Ireland produced Nobel laureates William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, and Samuel Beckett.
  • Famous writers and playwrites from Dublin include Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, and Bram Stoker.
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