The best way to know Ireland is undoubtedly to walk across it in a leisurely way. Find last minute flight deals for Dublin and get there on the cheap. The trick is to wait till the last minute when airlines are desperate to fill vacant seats and bargain your way to a deal. This done you may then set off to explore the rich Celtic heritage of this country. Dublin city is where you may want to start with a tour of the museums. Then off you go to explore the regions. The Hill of Tara is now nothing but relics but was once the place from where Kings ruled. Your travels in this picturesque country will take you to the Lakes of Killarney and Ring of Kerry. A popular place, it is likely to be crowded and you leave for another destination, Glendalough in a beautiful valley. There is more to come. The Giant’s Causeway is not to be missed. It is easy to get there by shuttlebus. While on the coast it is just as well to walk by the Cliffs of Moher. In Ireland it is potatoes and more potatoes when it comes to food. For a change you can feast on pig’s trotters, blood sausages, black pudding and rashers of bacon. If you do not sample genuine Irish food, there is not much point in visiting the country.
All that is fine for lone ranger backpackers but if you happen to want weekend breaks Dublin Ireland could be your starting point. Dublin has the Trinity College, Phoenix Park and a sizzling nightlife to keep you enthralled from dawn to dusk. If you love live music Dublin is the place. Dublin City Inn on Talbot Street in the Heart of Dublin is where you should stay since it is close to a thriving market, pubs and nightlife. From here you can take a short trip to Dublin Castle and Guinness Brewery and maybe have a pint. This Inn is great for couples and families. The other options are Russell Court and The North Star Hotel in Dublin. You may like the Alexander, a Georgian style hotel in Central Dublin, close to Grafton Street. It may be a chore making travel arrangements and booking hotels. Instead, join a two day or three day weekend city break tour and let the organizer handle travel and hotel. You can then focus on shopping along Grafton Street, exploring the museums and charms of Dublin and enjoying its varied night life. There are regular tours departing from London for Dublin and you could get a good deal for Dublin city break for the weekend.
Dublin is not far and can be quite a change from London, a different, refreshing experience when you think of a city break. If you want an extended trip, it is best to go on a leisurely tour off the beaten track, making friends at pubs and coming away enriched with happy memories. Happily, it is peaceful and safe these days.
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