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Dublin ranked seventh best city in the world to visit

Dublin has been ranked as the seventh best city in the world to visit by the renowned travel guide Lonely Planet! As one of Europe’s oldest cities, our medieval capital offers visitors an opportunity to discover history and culture, amazing architecture and friendly charm woven within a modern cosmopolitan city experience.

Dublin Attractions

There is something for everyone in this bustling city and because it is so compact, it is perfect to explore on foot. Must-see attractions include Dublin Zoo, which is located in the beautiful Phoenix Park, Dublin Castle and the Guinness Storehouse. Free-entry attractions include St. Stephen’s Green, Merrion Square Park and Trinity College Dublin, which houses the famous Book of Kells. If you are a lover of the arts, two other free-of-charge places to visit are The National Gallery of Ireland and the National Museum of Ireland. Of course, no visit to Dublin is complete without a walk over the Ha’Penny Bridge or a photo opportunity with the Molly Malone statue!

Dublin City Attractions, Trininty College, Grafton St, Molloy Malone Statue

Down-to-Earth and Friendly

You’ll find a great choice of accommodation, along with fabulous cafés, gastro pubs and top-class restaurants, whatever your budget. The city is renowned for being welcoming and is described by Lonely Planet as “one of Europe’s most down-to-earth and friendliest cities”. Grafton Street is Dublin’s famous shopping street and is home to all the top brands. It is also well-known for its street entertainers, from buskers to statue street performers which is highly entertaining.

Outdoor Pursuits

The Dublin Coastline and mountains are on the doorstop of the city and provide the ideal setting for outdoor pursuits including hiking and biking, golfing, sailing and much more. Dublin City is home many sporting events throughout the year, including Gaelic football, hurling, rugby, horse-racing and soccer.

Exploring the Island

Dublin is the most well-connected county, with train links and public bus services that will take you all across Ireland. We have a great transport infrastructure that can facilitate all of your adventures. You can also hire a car which is a great way to explore the island at your leisure, with no timetables holding you back!  As Bed & Breakfasts are located in perfect destinations throughout Ireland they make the ideal accommodation base when moving from county to county.

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Posted: 02 Nov 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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