Dublin Tour in Ireland Travel
Dublin Dublin is a thriving centre for culture and is home to a great literary tradition - its native sons include Shaw, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett -- and is the cradle of many musical talents, from the Dubliners and the Chieftains to U2. Street-side cafes and pubs are always alive with animated conversations and visitors may soon be engrossed in topics as diverse as sport, politics and literature or the old favorite, the weather. It is interesting to note that it was in many of these same cafes and pubs that the literary giants such as Joyce, Kavanagh and O'Casey discussed the topics of the day over a thick creamy pint of Guinness.

In 1988, Dublin celebrated its 1000th birthday and was designated European City of Culture in 1991. Many visitor attractions throughout the city pay tribute to its fascinating history. Dublin provides a host of offerings which are suitable to every taste and age group. Dublin’s past and present abounds with artistic creativity. Art and the imagination are living presences in the talk and song of her people.

Fine museums and art galleries chronicle its long and colorful past, while the pubs and cafes buzz with traditional entertainment. Dublin’s attractions are ranging from castles, churches, museums and art galleries to the lively spirit of Temple Bar. The villages and small towns of the county are as charming as the city is exciting. Within half an hour of the city centre there are mountain walks, stately homes and gardens, sandy beaches and fishing villages.
Dublin Tour Attractions
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