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Dublin – najlepsze sposoby spędzania czasu

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Muzeum sztuki
“It was described by the Lonely Planet as not just the best museum in Dublin, but one of the best in Europe. Amazing international collection of artworks from countries across Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. Lovely cafe also and enclosed green area outside to sit if the weather is nice.”
103lokalne rekomendacje
“The home of the black stuff, the Guinness Storehouse is where the iconic brand was born.”
83lokalne rekomendacje
“Est 1780s Great pub, great pints, great food, great craic. You truly capture a sense of the hidden Ireland when you accidentally stumble upon The Stag’s Head. Finding it is akin to discovering a rare treasure as it is concealed through a narrow passageway off Dame Street, although access can also be gained through Exchequer Street or Georges Street. When you enter inside this feeling of discovered booty is greatly intensified as a virtual paradise of culture and old world values confronts you. This is probably Dublin’s best preserved Victorian pub – and everything here is of authentic Victorian origin. Take time to look around and savour the sumptuously carved Victorian mahogany fittings, the mosaic marble tiled floors and granite tabletops.”
79lokalne rekomendacje
Centrum handlowe
“The biggest indoor shopping mall in Europe, (I'm told). Loads and loads of shops close by, and in one location. Take the luas to Ballally and up the stairs. It is a 5 min walk from the station, just follow the crowd.....”
66lokalne rekomendacje
“Designed by Ninian Niven in 1865, but with a history dating back over three hundred years, the Iveagh Gardens are located close to St Stephen’s Green Park in Dublin city centre. From modest beginnings as an earl’s lawn, the gardens went on to host the splendour of the Dublin Exhibition Palace in 1865. Many of the original landscape features are still in place, or have been restored and conserved since 1995. These include the yew maze, the rosarium, and the fountains. The cascade in particular is a stunning spectacle in summer. Iveagh Gardens are popularly known as Dublin’s ‘Secret Garden’.”
101lokalne rekomendacje
“Christ Church Cathedral is the official seat of both the Church of Ireland and the Catholic Church in Ireland. The original cathedral was a wooden church built shortly after the Viking King Sitric Silkenbeard made a pilgrimage to Rome in 1028. Rebuilt in stone and expanded over the next few centuries, the Cathedral has been a fixture in the city of Dublin for nearly a millennium. The oldest remaining section of the cathedral is the underground crypts, which dates to the 1170s -- take a tour and learn about Christ Church's pet cat and rat! Admission is €7 for adults, €5.50 for students and seniors.”
75lokalne rekomendacje
“A 2km walk along the canal .... For Gaelic Sports Fans”
66lokalne rekomendacje
“A great spot if you love live bands, local up and coming and visiting emerging talent”
85lokalne rekomendacje
“Gorgeous little park great for picnics and just longing and people watching - on one of Dublin's most beautiful Georgian squares”
69lokalne rekomendacje
“Area where U2 recorded album (Windmill Lane Studios) Now home to Facebook, Google, AirBnB.”
72lokalne rekomendacje
“It is a 15 minute cab journey to the Lodge the average cost €15 - €20 depending on the time of day or night ”
58lokalne rekomendacje
“When it was founded, Teeling Whiskey Distillery was the first new whiskey distillery in Dublin since the late 1800s. It's a functional distillery (unlike Jameson in Smithfield) so when you take a tour, you go through the malting, mashing, fermentation, and distilling processes with your guide. Try some poitín (puh-CHEEN) at the bar!”
80lokalne rekomendacje
“This is one of the key locations to visit during your trip to Dublin. The beautiful old architecture is punctuated by the active student life, alongside regular artistic and scientific exhibits! Be sure to stop in and see the Book of Kells and The Long Room, these are unique sights for anyone visiting Dublin!”
72lokalne rekomendacje
“My favourite pub for a pint of Guinness and a toastie! Traditional pub that draws a crowd outside on a sunny day”
87lokalne rekomendacje
History Museum
“Located by the Museum Luas stop, really easy to get to, this is a big museum so allow yourself some time here so that you get to see it all. Might not be open on Mondays ”
80lokalne rekomendacje
“Winner of Lovin Dublin's, "Best Brunch" Award, Farmer Browns on Bath Avenue is a great blend of Irish cooking with contemporary flair”
76lokalne rekomendacje