Dublin Cheap Hotels in Dublin

Dublin makes for a great introduction to the rest of the Ireland. On arrival, you will find yourself pleasantly surprised with everything from its heritage buildings to its pub culture. In addition, there is a multitude of cheap hotels scattered across Dublin, all within close proximity to where the action is.

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Historic Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland, was originally a Viking settlement. Today, it is home to more than one-third of the country's population. A perfect base for visiting the rest of the Ireland as well as for holiday makers visiting for a weekend break, Dublin keeps its guests busy no matter their travel preferences. You can visit notable buildings, museums, and parks, but one must-do is experiencing the city's lively pubs, from the traditional to the microbrewery.

Key attractions
You can go to Christ Church Cathedral, a medieval building which is considered the oldest church in the city. Make sure to head to the cathedral's crypt, which contains books, carvings, tabernacles, and various other historical curiosities. St Patrick's Church is worth a visit, too, as the largest church in the country. For a look into Dublin's Viking past, Dublinia and the Viking World, a living museum in the city center, is well worth a visit. A great Dublin garden square to pay a visit to is Merrion Square, which features a statue of the Irish writer Oscar Wilde.

Having fun
One activity that combines a great tourist attraction and drinking is a visit to the Guinness Storehouse. There are exhibits here about Ireland's famous drink, and the price of admission includes a pint of Guinness at the bar upstairs. For something completely Irish, you can catch a match of Gaelic football at Croke Park Stadium. Pub crawls are popular with tourists as they give participants a taste of the city's fantastic pub culture. Some recommended traditional pubs to visit include Peadar Kearney's, the Brazen Head, and the Bachelor Inn.

For the usual tourist souvenirs, you can simply head to Nassau Street right by Trinity College. You will find here craft items, traditional Irish clothing, and pottery. The most famous shopping destination in the city, however, is Grafton Street. Grafton is a pedestrian-only road which is flanked by shops selling clothing and jewelry. There is a Brown Thomas department store here for high-end goods. Powerscourt Center and the Loft Market, located nearby, are other great shopping destinations.

Just off the coast of Dublin is Bull Island. This popular daytrip destination for Dubliners is an ideal spot to get some peace and quiet near to the city. There are great walking paths, biking trails, a wide stretch of beach, caf

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