Visit the top attractions of Dublin
Dublin has many attractions that you must see and that you should include in your trip if you want to experience the incredibly enchanting atmosphere of the city.
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Dublin Phoenix Park
It is one of the largest parks in the world in a city. It occupies an area of 7,000 acres and is home to the official residence of the President of Ireland, the Zoo, houses of the 18th century, gardens, lakes, fields and hundreds of deer and the 63 meters high Wellington Monument the tallest obelisk in Europe.
This beautiful bridge with cute little lanterns was built in 1816 and has become a symbol of Dublin's ancient style. At first it was called the Wellington Bridge, then Liffey Bridge and later on Ha’Penny bridge, when half a penny was charged as tolls to pass it.
It is not a bar, but a district in the center of the city with labyrinthine like cobbled streets, on the south bank of the river Liffey, with restaurants, bars and cultural centers.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
The largest medieval church in Ireland that started from a wooden chapel next to a sacred spring, where St. Patrick was baptized in 450 AD, which in 1213 it became a cathedral.
The Castle still stands proudly at the top at the intersection of the River Liffey with its tributary, Poddle. The original fortification was probably a circular fortress.
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Αctivities in Dublin
Dublin has many wonderful places around it that will tempt you to make at least one day trip to discover them.
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