Have you ever been to Dublin? No, then it is a must tourist place for any to visit in the UK. Being the Capital and largest city of Ireland, and is the province of Leinster on Ireland’s east coast, at the mouth of River Liffey. The kingdom of Dublin became Ireland’s principal city following the Norman invasion. Historical records tell you that Dublin began to expand rapidly from the 17th century and stood up to become the second largest city in the British Empire.
After a tiresome touring, take a break from moving about, and enjoy the gravity bar shop that is located on the seven story high building in shape of a Guinness. It is one time, old grain storehouse the part of the St. Jame's Gate Brewery open to the public. Dublin castle sits atop cork hill, and inside Dublin castle, you can experience the best museum, and the Chester Beatly Library.
Experience the Heritage Centers in Dublin
If you are explorer of historic facts, then st. Patrick's Cathedral, the largest neo-gothic cathedral is beautiful. One can find graves of Dean Swift, and his beloved Stella. Kilmainham Gaol records in the Irish history as it witnessed every act of Ireland's painful path to independence.
Old library is the collection of 4.5 million books and it does receive a free copy of every book published in the UK. Cobblestone, is a gem, the musical corner downstairs and attracts the traditional players, the corner is cozy, full of folk music, and entertains regular quality bands. Grafton Street is an exclusive place for shopping and it provides you with real experience from Marks & Spencers, to the Brown Thomas exclusive department stores.