A city with hidden appeal Dublin does not necessarily impress guests at first glance with beauty and elegance. The inhabitants call their homeland even lovingly dear dirty Dublin”, as the capital of the Emerald Isle has a rather idiosyncratic charm. Dublin is still worth a visit. With about 500,000 inhabitants, the city divided by the River Liffey is quite manageable. Interesting sights are located in the city centre and are the hotel Portal reports, easy to walk to reach hotelreservierung.de.

Who would like to get to know the real Ireland, not coming to Dublin. The city has developed to a high-contrast and young metropolis and ridding itself in the last few years of her rather inconspicuous exterior. Half of the inhabitants is under 27 years of age, which is why Dublin excites young people. Families are attracted by the relaxing atmosphere of the city that has numerous parks and promenades. It pays to plan more than a day for visiting the Irish capital. Visitors can in one of the many hotels or in one of the guesthouses to stay, for example the Leeson Inn Downtown. The list of attractions includes museums and galleries such as the National Museum and the Irish Museum of modern art. Furthermore, Dublin has’s Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral with St.

Patrick magnificent sacral buildings. Popular attractions include the Castle, the seat of Government in the Leinster House, the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and the old library. More information: book/Dublin /… University Service GmbH Lisa Neumann