Dublin Weekends – A Perfect League Destination

Dublin is the capital of Ireland. The principal city Dublin is located near the midpoint of Ireland’s east coast and at the mouth of River Liffey. Being one of the greatest cities of Europe, weekend in Dublin is exciting and relaxing. Dublin is a fanciful world where the old and the young can enjoy their weekends alike. Easy access to Dublin from Britain through ferry or short plane makes the place ideal for weekend and short city breaks. Dublin is unique and is famous for pubs. Discovering the city energizes you with every kind of social entertainments and charms. Parts of Dublin have exceptional monuments, castles, galleries, museums and massive shopping malls as well.

Dublin weekends offer a complete weekend break. Major historical sightseeing attractions begin from visiting the thirteenth century Dublin Castle, Joyce Tower and the infamous Kilmainham Gaol Prison. Other popular landmarks are Spire of Dublin, Mansion House, Anna Liva monument, Molly Malone statue near Grafton Street, Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick’s Cathedral. Other mostly visited places are the Library of Trinity College, “Book of Kells” – an illustrated manuscript created by the Irish monks, The Custom House (neoclassical building which houses the department of environment, heritage and local government) and ‘Aras an Uachtarain’ (official residence of the President of the Ireland). Another interesting place is the Old Jameson Distillery or the Guinness Storehouse. The city has many theatres as well.

The greenery-filled city has legendry parks like the Phoenix Park, Herbert Park and St. Stephen’s Green. The Park is also a home to Dublin Zoo. Temple Bar is noted area for Dublin’s vibrant nightlife. It is popular with tourists for holding stag and hen parties. There are street performers and small music venues. Dublin weekends are beyond expectations offering evergreen memories and of course a stress buster for weekend trips.

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