Dublin, Ireland is full of natural beauty and historical sites that will leave visitors breathless. Some of the greatest things to do in Dublin is clubbing, sightseeing on tour buses or on foot, visiting historical sites and landmarks, and viewing the historical museums of Dublin. You will never find yourself in a dull moment when visiting this city, The activities and views provided to you will keep you content for your entire vacation. Before leaving Dublin there are places you absolutely must see, such as the Dublin Castle, Mansion House, Alchemy, and St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Historical Sites in Dublin
When visiting Dublin you simply must endure in the city's historical past and visit it's famous sites. A popular site to visit is the Dublin Castle that was built in 1204 and reconstructed slightly in its recent years. Another famous place for you and your family to visit is the stunning Mansion House. Inside the Mansion House you will find a historical round room where the Irish Deceleration of Independence was set in order and a variety of large rooms where a variety of historical items still sit in place to this day.
The nightlife in Dublin is energetic and full of non-stop entertainment. There is a variety of clubs, local bars and pubs to choose from when deciding your destination such as the Alchemy, Club M, Tripod, Copper Face Jack and The George. If you are looking for a club that is very lively and populated, the Alchemy is an excellent club of choice. At the Alchemy the setting is comfortable and exhilarating as it is located at the Temple bar in the basement. This particular club plays a large variety of music to keep all visitors happy and also provides them with Ireland's finest brews.
Sightseeing Tours in Dublin
Everyone coming to Dublin for the first time should indulge in a sightseeing tour whether it is on foot or on a bus. One of the most interesting Dublin tours is the GhostBus Tour. This particular tour takes guests around Dublin to visit sites where ghosts have been spotted and to famous areas such as the Walking gallows, where the notorious judge used to sentence individuals to death in a gruesome manner. On the tour you will also learn about the famous Dracula and his inventor, Bram Stoker who was born in Dublin, Ireland. The tour is a must see as the events you will witness and sites you will visit will become one of your fondest memories of Dublin.