Travel to dublin

Dublin , the Irish capital, has a lot to offer its visitors. While it is true that it does not have as many interesting monuments or museums as other cities usually have, it does have great interest in every way. Its literary history is probably its greatest attraction, in addition to the red brick streets, the kindness of its people, its nature or the fantastic Victorian bars where it seems that you go back several centuries in time.

Among the most interesting places in Dublin is the Spire , a 120 meter high steel spire or the National Gallery where you can find impressive paintings by Jack B Yeats. In Suffolk Street, specifically in St. Andrew’s Church, you have the Dublin Tourist Office and there they will inform you of everything you need, as well as recommend the main places of interest or any other activity depending on your tastes. It is a city that has changed a lot over time, becoming one of the richest and most cosmopolitan European cities, which also makes it one of the most expensive.

If you are going to travel to Dublin I give you a few keys so that you can organize your trip as well as possible:

– If you travel with little money, it is recommended that you avoid weekends since accommodation on those days is more expensive, specifically on Friday and Saturday nights.

– The city center is not very big so you can move around without public transport in that area. To go to other areas you have tram, commuter trains and buses, although the first two are much faster.

– The biggest day in the city is March 17, Saint Patrick (St. Patrick), there is a spectacular parade and the bars are packed with everyone drinking beer.

– If you buy the Dublin Pass you will be able to enter different attractions in the city, as well as being able to travel by aircoach from the airport to the city center (the fastest way to do it).