Friday, 13 May 2016

Low Cost Holidays in Dublin: Things To Do & See

Dublin is the ideal destination for a low cost holidays out of town.
The Irish capital is the perfect destination for any type of traveller: history, art and culture are scattered throughout the city, not forgetting the wide range of opportunities for shopping and nightlife, especially concentrated in the Temple Bar area. Here, there are many of the Irish-style pubs where you sit down to drink in company of excellent pints of Guinness delighted by the traditional music.

If you're planning a low cost holidays in Dublin, check out our tips on things to do and see to better organize your holidays in the Celtic land by paying attention to the wallet.

view of dublin by night

Where to shop in Dublin

Shoppers cannot miss the opportunity to get into the shops and stores located along O' Connell Street. Another destination to write down is Grafton Street.
Many shops with excellent prices and an underground style, fashion boutiques, as well as some flea markets, are located in the popular Temple Bar area.

temple bar area in dublin

Cheap hotels in Dublin

Located a short distance from the main tourist attractions, this hotel near the centre of Dublin is the ideal solution for your stay in the city. Another highly recommended option for the great location and the price advantage is this hotel near the Guinness Storehouse.

double room of the Mespil Hotel in Dublin

Dublin: main places of interest to see

If you are interested in learning about history and Irish culture during your low cost holidays in Dublin, you should absolutely go to the elegant area south-east of the city centre, where you can admire historic buildings in Georgian style.

Fans of James Joyce, the Irish writer famous for his masterpiece entitled "Ulysses", cannot pass up the opportunity to visit the James Joyce Cultural Centre.
The National Gallery of Ireland is also worth a visit: here you will enjoy some of the greatest works of Caravaggio, Velasquez, Picasso, Rembrandt and Monet. Of great importance is also the area inside the museum entirely dedicated to the works of the Irish writer William Butler Yeats. Entrance to the National Gallery of Ireland is free.

Relax in St Stephen's Green

The Victorian St. Stephen's Green is a public park where the Irish relax at lunchtime or spend relaxing moments in their leisure time.

The public park of St. Stephen's Green in Dublin

What better season than spring to visit the enchanting green lungs of Dublin? The view is lovely with manicured lawns and flower beds with every detail.
Be drawn into a relaxing atmosphere and enjoy a walk in this park. Often, at the main pavilion of the park, there are numerous concerts which you can attend for free.

Visit the realm of Guinness beer

You cannot said you have been to Ireland if you have not tasted and ordered a pint of Guinness at least once. And if you are interested in knowing how they produce it, do a tour of the Guinness Storehouse in St. James's Gate Brewery.
The price of admission includes drinking a pint of Guinness at the Gravity Bar on the top floor: the panoramic view over Dublin which can be enjoyed from there is simply unique, you cannot be disappointed!

St. James's Gate Brewery in Dublin

If you want to continue to enjoy pints of Guinness, head to Collage Street, where there is one of the best pubs in the area, Doyle's. Featuring an intimate and relaxed atmosphere, the pub serves good beer and great quick meals at a good price.

Walk in the heart of the Irish capital

Dublin is a city that lends itself to be explored on foot. Among the points of interest that should not escape you, head towards Trinity College, the largest university in Dublin, with its elegant architecture, its square and its cobblestone streets.
Home to the Book of Kells and the Old Library where more than 200 thousand books are preserved, Trinity College is the perfect place for a relaxing stroll. Famous writers such as Samuel Beckett and Jonathan Swift studied here.

view of the Trinity College, Dublin

Again when walking the streets of Dublin, before leaving the city, go to Grafton Street to see the famous statue of copper, the Molly Malone. Legend has it that in the seventeenth century, Molly, to take care of her children, was a fishmonger by day and a prostitute by night. You would think that after the national anthem Ireland's Call, Molly Malone is the unofficial anthem of Dublin.

What are you waiting for? Begin to pack, Dublin is ready to welcome you!

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