Monday, 4 March 2013

A place to remember, Dublín.

Dublin is not my favorite place, but it is a place full of memories, and I spent my end of course trip there.

It is the capital of Ireland, which was founded by the Vikings.

Today, the Irish capital is a modern place with a great history.

Thanks to the lively city center and surrounding green landscapes, Dublin is able to attract all kinds of tourists, both nature lovers and those declared urbanites.

This city is renowned writers such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, or Bram Stoker.

Although the city is not known for its great monuments and museums, it is a place to get lost in its gardens and enjoy a relaxing night taking a Guinness in any of the hundreds of traditional taverns and pubs or even in the same factory, which is open to the public to see their development and to test it in the Gravity bar, the top floor of the factory, where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city. You can enjoy the incredible St. Patrick's Cathedral, visit all the parks and enjoy nature and the traditional temple bar.

Nor miss the opportunity to take a picture next to the statue of Molly Malone, the famous girl walking through the streets of Dublin with his car, selling fish and has become one of the most popular songs of traditional music Ireland and stroll along the many houses colored doors make Dublin a lively and family place.
I can assure you, you go with who you go to Dublin, you will not be sorry and surely you remember it as a great experience.

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