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Sitting pretty on the east coast of the River Liffey, the capital city of Ireland has always caught the attention of globetrotters from every nook and corner of the world. Dublin’s most of the attractions can be attributed to its architecture and rich history. Summers serve as a great time to gallivant across the city and witness it in all its glory – more so if you’re an outdoor person. The Phoenix Park, which is by the way the largest park in any city of Europe, and the Docklands are slightly off the beaten track but are must-see places for anyone who is a sucker for open-air activities. So, if you were in dilemma of which season is the best to board a flight to Dublin, you know now!
The city is as it is famous for being packed with more than a thousand of pubs. But, the favorite one of tourists is indubitably the St. James’s Gate Brewery. You must make your way to it to gulp down a pint or two whilst overlooking Dublin and feasting your eyes on panoramic vistas. Seems alluring, isn’t it? Well, that’s not all; there’s a lot more to this Irish city. It is home to places galore which are worthy of visiting and are too good to be missed. Your trip would be considered incomplete if you didn’t make your way to Trinity College. Strolling around in the premises where once alumni like Wolfe Tone and Jonathan Swift used to spend their time is an experience in itself.
With the Dublin Writers Museum and the Library of Trinity College Dublin, the city is nothing less than a paradise for bookworms. Moreover, there are umpteen book festivals which grace the city year-round. Conspicuously, Dublin has literature running in its blood. No wonder it is one of the UNESCO cities of literature. Going further, the city is dotted with intriguing galleries and museums, including National Gallery of Ireland, the Little Museum of Dublin, and Irish Museum of Modern Art. In fine, just visit the city for once. You may return but a piece of your heart will still be there!