Looking for a city that truly captures your imagination? Welcome to Dublin, the city of adventure, literature and nature! The city is located between the mountains and the sea. It has many things to do or to see for a small capital.
Dublin is also one of the literary capitals of the world and it was designated UNESCO City of Literature in 2010, being the birthplace of James Joyce and Nobel Prize for Literature winners William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett. You can trace Dublin’s literary tradition at the Dublin Writers Museum.
Dublin has a mix of medieval, Georgian and modern architecture. It is also rich with a deep history and culture. The city is also famous for shopping, dining, nightlife and fantastic characters! It is basically impossible to discovery everytthing in just one visit to Dublin. You will also stay here permanently after understanding that.
Dubliners are the greatest hosts, and they are famous for their being witty and amiable. They are both sensitive and sensible people; and they socialize quickly well.
There are limitless attractions in the city. You should explore life in medieval Dublin in Dublinia & The Viking World. Discover the story of iconic drinks at the Guinness Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery. Visit Dublin Zoo Ireland’s number one visitor attraction. Dublin has it all and many more!