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Best of Dublin – Sightseeing
With a population of just over one million, Dublin is not a large city by world standards. The city centre is compact and easily explored, leaving you with ample time to discover the rewards that await those who venture further to the suburbs. Our team has researched and compiled the best of sightseeing in Dublin and has even found some freebie sightseeing options. So if you are discovering Dublin for the first time or even rediscovering our city, use this “best of guide” to start you on your way.
The university richest in historic and cultural icons is Trinity College. This is the city’s most famous tourist attraction and occupies 40 acres of the city centre. Trinity was a Protestant University and even up to the 1960s Catholics could not enroll without a special dispensation. The campus contains cobbled squares, gardens, a picturesque quadrangle, and buildings dating from the 17th to the 20th centuries. Trinity is home to, arguably, the best library in the country. Trinity also houses one of the best and oldest parchment books in the world, the Book of Kells (an illuminated copy of the Gospels, written by monastic scholars about 800 AD).
Dublin Castle was built at the beginning of the 13th century. The castle is located in the very heart of Dublin City, on the south side of the River Liffey, off Dame Street, en route from Trinity College to Christchurch Cathedral. It was the centre of British power in Ireland for more than 7 centuries, until the new Irish government took it over in 1922. Highlights include the 13th-century Record Tower, the State Apartments; once the residence of English viceroys and the Chapel Royal; a 19th-century Gothic building with particularly fine plaster decoration and carved oak gallery fronts and fittings. The castle’s courtyard was used as a setting in the Michael Collin’s film.
Palace St. (off Dame St.), Dublin 2
Best Cake Shop
If have a sweet tooth then visit Top Tier cakes. Here you will find all kinds of cakes, birthday cakes, cupcakes, wedding cakes and occasion cakes. From vanilla sponge to egg free, gluten free and dairy free cakes, they have something for everyone. Click here to visit the site or visit in person