Dublin

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Why rent your accommodation in Dublin?

More than a third of the Irish population lives in Dublin. It is the largest city in the country and its outstanding colleges and universities attract students from all over the world. The young character of the city and its friendly inhabitants make it the ideal choice for long vacations or short trips to the city.

As a cosmopolitan city, tourists hear languages and eat food from the four corners of the world, and even if it was said that “real” Dubliners were to be born in the canals like their parents and grandparents before them, today everyone is likely to encounter a Dubliner whose parents were born in Warsaw, Lagos, Cairo or Beijing.

Visit Dublin

Craic is a predominant notion in Irish culture. It manifests the need of the Irish population to detach themselves from the constraints of everyday life to escape for a while, through an activity that relaxes them and makes them happy.

For example, Irish people like to look for the “Perfect Craic” when they are in a Pub, with friends, a pint in hand… Or when they are out and about, in the countryside, hiking with friends or family…

Dublin is famous for its connections with some of the world’s most prominent writers and poets. James Joyce brought his best-selling novel, Ulysses, to the city and some of the heavyweights such as Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and Jonathan Swift took up residence here.

Literature lovers can take part in the famous Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, visit the Dublin Writers Museum in Parnell Square or nod their heads at the statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square Park. The pub remains the ultimate in social interaction in Dublin.

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Places not to be missed!

Craic is a predominant notion in Irish culture. It manifests the need of the Irish population to detach themselves from the constraints of everyday life to escape for a while, through an activity that relaxes them and makes them happy.

For example, Irish people like to look for the “Perfect Craic” when they are in a Pub, with friends, a pint in hand… Or when they are out and about, in the countryside, hiking with friends or family…

Dublin is famous for its connections with some of the world’s most prominent writers and poets. James Joyce brought his best-selling novel, Ulysses, to the city and some of the heavyweights such as Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and Jonathan Swift took up residence here.

Literature lovers can take part in the famous Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, visit the Dublin Writers Museum in Parnell Square or nod their heads at the statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square Park. The pub remains the ultimate in social interaction in Dublin.

No visit to Dublin is complete unless you taste the city’s most famous drink. Aficionados can visit the Guinness Storehouse at St. James Gate which ends with a tasting of the famous Gravity Bar drink.

The 17th century Phoenix Park is one of the most attractive areas in the city. In addition to vast open meadows dotted with deer, there is a perfectly proportioned Victorian garden and monuments such as Ashdown Castle and Wellington’s Monument – Europe’s largest obelisk. The park is also home to the zoo.

Dublin is famous for its links with some of the world’s most important writers and poets

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