Hi my dear friends, do you like travelling? What about Dublin? A four or five days travel to know everything about the Irish capital! Here we go!
Hola mis queridos amigos, ¿os gusta viajar? ¿Qué tal Dublín? Un viaje de cuatro o cinco días para conocer la capital irlandesa! ¡Vamos allá!
**If you are in Spain or in an European country, you can take a low cost flight with Ryanair or Easy Jet Airlines and it will be cheaper ! Regular flights are flying to Dublin too and you can choose the one you like most.
Si estáis en España o en un país europeo, podéis coger un vuelo de bajo coste con Ryanair o Easy Jet y será más barato. Vuelos regulares vuelan a Dublín también y podéis escoger el que os guste más.
**The Irish capital is famous for its hospitality. Visitors soon discover that the local people are happy to talk about their city and its great history.
La capital irlandesa es famosa por su hospitalidad. Los visitantes descubren pronto que la gente local es feliz hablando de su ciudad y su gran historia.
**Dublin has got its origins back over 1,000 years. From a small viking village, it has evolved into one of the most vibrant capitals in the world.
Dublín tiene sus orígenes 1.000 años atrás. De un pueblecito vikingo, ha evolucionado hasta una de las capitales más vibrantes del mundo.
**Dublin is a city with a great cultural heritage. You have to walk the streets and so, you'll see its Georgian architecture, art, nightlife...
**The most important things to see are: Dublin Castle, Christ Church, the Liffey River, Saint-Anne Church, St. Patrick's Cathedral , The Trinity College , The Temple Bar (the most famous Irish Pub in Dublin) , The National Gallery, the Town Hall, the National Library of Ireland and the Guinness Factory, of course in which you will see the fascinating story of Guinness beer.
**Phoenix Park (one of the Europe's largest parks).
**National Botanic Gardens, founded by The Royal Dublin Society in 1795.
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
**The Grand Canal.
**National Leprechaun Museum, located in the heart of Dublin, on Jervis Street. Leprechauns (duendes) are an Irish national symbol. Full-price tickets €10,
**St. Audoen's Church, in the heart of Dublin, it is the only medieval church in the city.
**DUBLIN LITERARY PUBS. DAVY BYRNE's pub (the James Joyce favourite pub), THE DUKE, MULLIGHANS'S, McDAID'S and THE PALACE.
-GEORGE STREET ARCADE
South Great George Street.
It's a much loved landmarket for Dubliners and visitors.
19 Main Street, Blackrock, South Dublin.
A unique mixture in new and second-hand and antique goods.
-DUBLIN FLEA MARKET
The Co-op, Newmarket, Dublin 8.
A live music, food and interesting things.
In High Street, you will find unique boutiques, shopping centres and more markets.
**DUBLIN BUS TOURS
**Bed and Breakfast Dublin
rooms from €48
**The Inn On First Bed and Breakfast
**Bed and Breakfast (B&B) near the Airport
**Taxi at Dublin Airport
**Airport Car Rental
**Dublin by bike
You can rent a bike to get around the city. The three-day card is €2.
3-hour Dublin by bike "City Tours" (€28) daily at 10.30 from Merrion Square.
**FOR MORE INFO: the following websites contain information on travelling to and from Dublin and offer advice on accommodation and sightseeing:
http://www.aerlingus.com/ (low cost flights)
If you have more days and you want to visit some more places the following wesites can help you:
http://www.cliffsofmoher.ie/ Step up to the Atlantic Edge and explore a unique landscape.
http://www.cullinansdoolin.com/ Enjoy a peaceful stay at Cullinans guesthouse in Doolin. B&B from €32.50.
ENJOY YOUR TRIP!!!