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Founded by the Vikings in the early 9th century, Dublin is now a modern capital, famous for its historic and cultural heritage, as well as its lively nightlife. Take yourself on a literary voyage, by booking one of our cheap flights to Dublin, the birthplace of James Joyce, William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde.
The Dublin Writers Museum, located in a magnificent Georgian building, and the James Joyce Centre are must-sees for lovers of literature. The famous Trinity College (belonging to the University of Dublin, the oldest in Ireland) boasts a library that houses the ‘Book of Kells’, written and illustrated by Celtic monks in the 19th century, a unique vestige of Medieval religious art. To take in a live performance, head to Abbey Theatre, which was founded by Yeats in 1904. The Temple Bar, with its cobbled alleyways, is one of the city’s most charming areas, as well as its largest cultural hub. Located south of the River Liffey, this is the best place for a stroll and a pint of Ireland’s famous Guinness. The popular Grafton Street is lined with a multitude of shops, along with Bewley’s, the city’s most famous café, where literary celebrities such as Joyce used to write. A visit to this institution will take you back to the 19th century.
If you’re looking for nature, head to Phoenix Park, just three kilometres from the city. This is the largest urban park in Europe, spanning over 700 hectares, where a multitude of species of flora and fauna live together in harmony. Dublin’s got it all!