Small city with larger reputation Dublin will never disappoint you. People and places make Dublin a truly-amazing place. Dublin is a city that has retained the mentality of a village where locals are extremely very friendly, open and willing to engage with everyone they meet. Dubliners are not only hospitable but also great storytellers who prefer self-deprecating humour and “pulling the leg” of the person they are speaking with. There’s so much to visit in the small land and one cannot get enough of it. To make your attractions more influencing Dublin has so much gifted for you.
Visit Dublin zoo:
Discover numerous rare and exotic animals living and roaming in a wide variety of natural habitats at Dublin Zoo. Animals of different species live together in harmony there, the lush green grassy land with the combination of wild animals draws the closer picture of forest life.
AquaZone, at the National Aquatic Centre, is one of the most innovative water parks in Europe. The thrilling adventurous rides with complete package of variety is the best place to spend your time. AquaZone at the National Aquatic Centre has Europe’s largest and best water rides and attractions waiting for you!
The National Gallery of Ireland:
Presently the National Gallery of Ireland’s collection holds over 2,500 paintings and some 10,000 other works in different media including watercolours, drawings, prints and sculpture. Each and every notable European School of painting is exclusively represented. It also hosts a popular and everyone’s favourite collection of Irish paintings. The gallery’s famous work includes the paintings by Vermeer, Caravaggio, Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet.
National Botanic Gardens:
The National Botanic Gardens, 19.5 hectares on the south bank of the Tolka River, have many attractive features for your trip. It includes an arboretum, sensory garden, rock garden and Burren area, large pond, extensive herbaceous borders, and an annual display of decorative plants including a rare and beautiful example of Victorian carpet bedding.
Farmleigh house has its own worth. Constructed in the late 18th century, Farmleigh House was purchased by Edward Cecil Guinness, a great-grandson of Arthur Guinness, in 1873. The house is filled with many beautiful features which includes the Main House area (a fine example of Georgian-Victorian architecture), the Sunken Garden, the Walled Garden, the popular Clock Tower and the Lake and The Benjamin Iveagh Library. The library is composed with some of the best examples of Irish bookbinding from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The collection was symbolized to Marsh’s Library by the Guinness family.
Savour delicious seafood at Aqua:
On sea side fish is the basic necessity. Rich flavoured, aromatic seafood is all what your taste buds need. Aqua’s distinctly urban attire is fashioned by gorgeous sea views and a warm, cosy bar in front of a casual, uncluttered dining room. The venue is great for your Sunday lunch with the mixture of live jazz. During your trip, save time for a fantastic stroll around the harbour.