Dublin could be the favorite city of Irish beer and whiskey
enthusiasts, and those, who are interested in a culture of mystic
Celtic heritage. In our article we have collected the Centre's
must-see sights for you.
There are many interesting sights to see in the Irish capital;
moreover most of them are to be found in the city centre.
You can easily spend a day in
the area of the College Green, the Dame Street, and Kildare Street
or by wandering around in the Phoenix Park. In this short article,
we've listed the most interesting sights of Dublin for you.
The most famous Irish beer’ still brewed in the heart of Dublin.
In the seven-storey building of the Guinness Storehouse you can
learn everything about the history and the way of making this world
famous beer. Moreover there’s a bar called Gravity on the top floor
with an astounding panorama of the city.
The National Museum awaits its visitors with great permanent and
temporary exhibitions all year long. Moreover, the entrance is free,
so visiting the museum could be an interesting program on a rainy
Trinity College and the Book
The Irish capital's first and finest University is a very popular
sight among visitors. In addition, the University’s library showcases
one of the country's most precious treasures, the Book of Kells.
The Temple Bar area of Dublin is a lively cultural center — there's
always something going on there. Make sure you take a stroll there
while you’re visiting the city.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Ireland's biggest temple is a really impressive sight. The Gothic
Cathedral from the 13th century is still in use up to this day –
there are concerts and masses you can attend almost on a daily basis.
Though there’s an entrance fee, the money collected at the gates
is being used for the preservation work of the building.
Old Jameson Distillery
If you like whiskey, you can learn everything about the history
and way of distillation of the most popular Irish brand in the Old
Jameson Distillery of Ireland.
Phoenix Park/City Zoo
You can always take some time out to recharge in Europe's largest
public park. Moreover the Dublin City Zoo can be found inside the
We could go on and on, the capital
of the Emerald Island is full of wonders. Explore Dublin with the
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