Dublin is a bustling cosmopolitan capital, straddling River Liffey on Ireland’s eastern coast. While Dublin’s cultural quarter is replete with historic walking trails, medieval castles, and cathedrals, the modern Docklands neighborhood is a testament to the city’s burgeoning tech hub. As the Spire of Dublin looms over the town, explore the sprawling urban greens, 19th-century English markets, Georgian architecture, plus myriad entertainment options that include wakeboarding on the river. Savor the legendary ‘black stuff’ at the Guinness Storehouse, a seven-story interactive museum experience, and the rooftop bar that offers impressive vistas of the cityscape and the Wicklow Mountains beyond. Step into contemporary galleries, admire street art, or cheer buskers as music fills the air. Trinity College offers campus tours to witness the Book of Kells exhibit at The Long Hall library, a haven for literature enthusiasts. Between fresh seafood, whiskey tastings, and Irish Coffees enjoy Dublin’s eclectic food scene. Whatever the season though, carry an umbrella!
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Dylan Hotel, located in a leafy suburb of south city Dublin, offers you a luxurious stay in this Gaelic capital. Walk through the elegant Victorian façade to discover that the luxury hotel has completely refurbished itself recently.