Visit Ireland - Dublin City Breaks
Book a trip to the capital city of Ireland. There is lots to see and do here when visiting and you will be spoilt for choice and overwhelmed whether you choose to stay in modern, contemporary holiday apartment in the heart of the city, or book a cosy holiday home in the outskirts of the city.
City Break Dublin – A Unique Experience!
Once you have found your holiday home, whether you are staying in the city centre or in the Tallaght or Blackrock area, make sure you check out the sights of the city. The Dublin Castle is a brilliant building to visit and there are many tours conducted here daily, although today it stands as a major Irish government complex. With grand furniture and grand décor, it truly is a beautiful gem in the city! Afterwards, why not visit one of the many museums and galleries found in the city. The National Museum of Ireland is a great place to visit during your city breaks to Ireland as it is the premier institution of art and history. With some of the finest collections of Irish history and culture on display here, you will be immediately engaged and inspired by the pieces here. For science fans, head to the Science Gallery found on Pearse Street. With its interactive exhibitions, many in the form of games, it is a great family-friendly day out and suitable for young adults as well! For those wanting to learn about the history of one of the most famous beers in the world, head to the Guinness Storehouse. Learn how the beer is brewed and explore all seven floors of this global brand!
As the city is close to the coast, it is also a great city break for those who enjoy beach holidays as well. The Balcarrick Beach in Rush and Claremont Beach in Sandymount are two of the most popular amongst residents and visitors alike and with the mild temperatures all year round, they are wonderful to spend the day out on! The beaches in Cornwall and Devon are almost rivals to those here, but the excitement of this Irish city makes this city break an all-round, once in a lifetime trip!
What To Do During the Evenings
After a day of exploring the sights during your Dublin city breaks, why not visit a traditional Irish pub and sample some of the local cuisine, beers and ciders available. Wash your Irish stew down with a pint of Guinness or Irish cider and you will feel completely at ease in this wonderful metropolis. For those wanting to continue the party after, there are plenty of bars and nightclubs throughout the city so you can party till the early hours! No wonder that so many people flock here for New Years as the atmosphere here is electric, and even more so at this time of year! If you enjoyed your trip to Scotland for the Hogmanay celebrations in Glasgow or Edinburgh, you will enjoy partying into the New Year the Irish way! One of the biggest reasons people visit the city is because of the Irish hospitality. You will immediately at ease here and embraced by the locals. City breaks Dublin – book yours today.