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Dublin is a thousand-year-old medieval city that has survived the centuries to become the cosmopolitan centre that it is today. Known especially for its cultural and historical legacy, it’s also a great place to eat, shop, drink, and go sightseeing.UNESCO designated Dublin the ‘City of Literature’ in 2010. It was the home of James Joyce, William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett, and many others who have helped shape the history of English literature. It also has a lively theater and arts scene with plenty of cultural attractions to see.
The historical buildings located throughout the city are truly incredible. Dublin has churches, cathedrals, museums and galleries. It also has unique historical sites such as castles, jails, and libraries. Parks and gardens such as its world-class zoo and botanical gardens are also remarkable.
The pubs of Dublin are just as historical and culturally significant. They give visitors a chance to experience the city’s real culture. Pubs aren’t just drinking places but places for socializing and meeting. Many serve traditional Irish dishes you won’t find anywhere else. You can drink a real pint of Guinness while listening to live Irish music.
Speaking of libations, two of the most popular sightseeing spots in Dublin are the Guinness Storehouse, located right in St. James Gate, and the Old Jameson Distillery, where you can see how real Irish whiskey is made.
Dublin has several excellent shopping districts, including Powerscourt Town House Centre, Grafton Street, Henry Street, and George’s Street Arcade. The Temple Bar is a unique area full of funky shops and attractions. These areas also have lively nightlife.
Outside the city, there’s even more to see and do. The coastline around Dublin is green and lush, with several famous observation points for the best view.
Dublin is an old city with a truly unique atmosphere.