This incredibly beautiful city is a dream come true for a weekend getaway as well as for a longer stay. With multiple attractions it offers, you will never get bored. Here’s what you can’t miss while visiting Dublin.
The Books of Kells exhibition at Trinity College
In 2010 Dublin was named a UNESCO City of Literature. Its written tradition dates back to 800 A.D. and you can see 200,000 of the oldest books on permanent exhibition displayed in the Treasury and the beautiful 18 th -century Long Room.
Dublin is the perfect holiday destination for family holidays or cheap student trips with its buzzing streets filled with buskers, department stores and trendy places to eat. You’ll find it all on the famous Grafton Street, just a stroll from the Trinity College.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
This truly remarkable church is the largest building in Ireland. It is said that this was the place where St. Patrick baptized converts to Christianity in AD 450. Today it holds a number of public national ceremonies.
St. Stephens Green
When you feel like relaxing among the greenery and, visit this 22-acre park for an afternoon picnic. It’s an ideal spot to get away from the busy city life and enjoy some fresh air, soft grass and warm sunbeams.tags: Dublin, Ireland