Dublin, the capital of Ireland lies between Howth in the north and Dalkey to the south. The city
is famous for its culture and literature. It is best to explore Dublin on foot. You may plan the
tour at venustourist.com.
Arrival and Stay:
Get to Dublin International Airport by flight. There are train lines to go to the city center from
the airport. There are also ferry services from Dublin to other towns. For cheap and best hostels
to stay, visit http://www.venustourist.com/cheap-hostels-in/dublin-ireland-hostel/
Trinity Coolege and College Green- in the heart of the capital, these colleges are best spots to
start the tour as these are packed with incredible history. 9 th century illustrated manuscripts are
Grafton Street- It is Dublin’s premier shopping location.
St. Stephens Green- This 22-acre park is an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of
downtown city life.
The Little Museum of Dublin- At the top of Dawson Street, it is a must see museum to know
how Dublin and its people lived their lives and evolved over the past century.
Kildare Street Museums and Houses of Parliament- It was built by the Earl of Kildare and set
out to be a grand Georgian mansion to reflect his social status.
The National Gallery of Ireland- It houses the finest collection of Irish art and European art
from the middle ages to the present day.
Merrion Square- Made up of stately private houses and offices, this is Dublin’s greatest
Georgian square and stars in countless images and postcards of the city.
The GPO (General Post Office) – In the GPO, there is a Post museum that houses letters, lives
and library exhibition featuring the Independence in 1916.
The James Joyce Centre- This house holds the memories of the renowned novelist James Joyce.
National Museum of Ireland- Originally an army barracks, this museum of decorative arts and
history has a collection including silver, ceramics, jewelry and exhibitions exploring Irish military