Dublin is one of Europe's liveliest cities with an illustrious history and a young at heart attitude. The old charm of the city such as the wonderful 18th century Georgian architecture is evident everywhere. Dublin is a dynamic cultural hub, and has a world famous literary history having produced many prominent literary figures, including William Yeates, George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and Bram Stoker, the creator of Dracula. The city is the location of one of the greatest works of James Joyce, his "Ulysses," is set in Dublin. Modern urban lifestyles are apparent around the area in Temple Bar with up-market galleries, lively bars and good restaurants.
Below you will find a small example of things to do in this city.
"Who hears the word Guinness in Dublin, has to think it is almost unthinkable not to visit the "Guinness Storehouse". The history of the black drink is an interesting experience. Arthur Guinness got the former brewery up and running and it was said he would not succeed. The entrance is protected under...
"The Temple Bar, a cult and culture district and the city with a large concentration of clubs and trendy pre-club bars". Dublin knows no boredom, there's always something new to discover, as the club scene in Dublin is constantly changing and various nightclubs come and go very quickly.
This elegant hotel is located in the heart of Dublin and is just minutes away from the sights. And the shopping and theater districts are also not far away. The 150 spacious rooms are equipped with air conditioning, TV, internet access, safe and minibar.