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Voted the world’s second friendliest city, and one of the most popular destinations for a city break in Europe, Ireland’s Dublin city is top of the list for many people on holidays in Ireland.
From the vibrant city centre, home to galleries, cafés, restaurants, parks and pubs. To its charming coastal villages and specular mountains, in Dublin you can experience city, mountains and sea in just one day!
A thriving cultural centre, Dublin City is home to many of the nation’s treasures including the Book of Kells housed in Trinity College. Or in the oldest part of the city discover Dublin’s Medieval Quarter where you can explore Dublin Castle, the Chester Beatty Library, St Patricks’ Cathedral and Dublin’s oldest building, Christ Church Cathedral.
For art lovers Dublin boasts some of the best galleries, from modern to fine art in the The Hugh Lane and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), housed in the magnificent Royal Hospital Kilmainham. Or take a journey with the great masters at the National Gallery of Ireland which holds the national collection of European and Irish fine art.
If a bit of retail therapy is more your scene Dublin’s exclusive shopping districts, Grafton Street and George’s Street Arcade with the Powerscourt Town House are where you’ll find the latest trends and hip boutiques.
Or hop on the dart and in less than 30 minutes you’ll find yourself in the peaceful tranquillity of Dublin’s coastal towns and villages of Dublin Bay. Visit Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre or grab an ice cream cone and stroll the promenade in Dún Laoghaire.
Feeling adventurous? Immerse yourself in nature and embark on a hike or cycle in the soaring Dublin Mountains. With 43km of mountain trails to suit every level, the Dublin Mountain Way has magnificent views of the city and is noted as one of the most scenic walks in the world.
Or slow down and watch the sun set by sampling a pint in the Guinness Storehouse, Gravity Bar with amazing panoramic views of the city. Tour the brewery and discover what goes into the making of the black stuff.
Finish your day, after dark in the world famous Temple Bar also known as the Cultural Quarter teeming with bars, restaurants, and music venues. Or find the perfect pint in some of Dublin’s favourite pubs like The Bankers and The Stag's Head, in the Dame District.
Whatever you fancy Dublin has it all, and Lets Go Self Catering’s amazing range of self-catering accommodation properties throughout Dublin give you the opportunity to experience it all from city, mountain and sea!