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Dublin Castle Hotels
In the heart of downtown Dublin lies Dublin Castle. This fortress sits atop the highest point of ground in the area and is situated near the River Liffey. The city of Dublin is named after a pool of water located near Dublin Castle called Dubh Linn, meaning black pool. Dublin Castle has survived many hazards over the years and remains an important part of Ireland's History.
Features of Dublin Castle
The Dublin Castle has many intricate details to take in while visiting. The Chapel Royal is a gothic styled building that is wonder to view and is open to the public. Here you will see amazing coats of arms and of course amazing architecture to include intricate carvings and decoration. The Garda Police Museum is located in the only tower still standing. Admission is free into this museum. The Chester Beatty Library displays many amazing finds including prints, manuscripts, icons, objects d’art and other artifacts that came from the Middle East, Europe and Asia. There is an onsite café to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea in between perusing through the library. It is truly a sight to see this historical collection of international treasures. Admission is also free into the library. Before leaving the Dublin Castle, do not miss The Revenue Museum. Here you can see video footage of alcohol duty assessments and witness counterfeit goods. One will gain insight into the history of the collection of duties and taxes in Ireland.
Is now an Irish Government compound but was once the British seat. The Dublin Castle has transformed into several different roles over the years. Originally built as a fort it was then transformed into a royal residence where the Viceroy of Ireland lived. The Chief Secretary had his offices there as well. It is used for hosting State visits and other informal foreign engagements. Roughly, every 10 years, it is host to the European Presidency.
While at the Dublin Castle, visit the Irish Film Centre, which is located nearby. Here you will enjoy two cinemas, a bookshop, café, restaurant, and bar. The architecture is phenomenal. The Irish Film Centre regularly hosts festival screenings and workshops, which are worth exploring. Dublin is home to amazing cathedrals. One worth mentioning is the Christchurch Cathedral was built hundreds of years ago and remains sturdy and has been restored gradually. It is said that the remains of Strongbow are in the cathedral. It is said that the choir in this cathedral is one of the best throughout Ireland.
- Dublin Airport Hotels
Dublin Airport is the busiest airport in Ireland. Serving at least sixty thousand passengers a day, Dublin Airport is one of the ten busiest airports in Europe.
- Leopardstown Race Course Hotels
Leopardstown Racecourse was built in 1888. It has expanded and developed into one of Europe's premier horse racing tracks.
- Downtown Dublin Hotels
Dublin Ireland is one of the fastest growing cities in Ireland. It is the center of Ireland's administrative and economic powers.
- Croke Park Hotels
Home of the Gaelic Games, Croke Park can hold up to eighty thousand people at a time. Located in central Dublin, Croke Park is a prime venue for concerts, conferences, and sporting events.
- Dublin Castle Hotels
In the heart of downtown Dublin lies Dublin Castle. This fortress sits atop the highest point of ground in the area and is situated near the River Liffey.
- Donnybrook Rugby Ground Hotels
Donnybrook Rugby Ground is the original home of the Irish Rugby Football Union Leinster Branch.
- Temple Bar Hotels
The Temple Bar is a neighborhood located in the heart of Dublin. As Dublin's center for nightlife, the Temple Bar offers great restaurants, pubs, shopping, and cultural activities.
- National Museum of Ireland Hotels
The National Museum of Ireland is Dublin's center for art, culture, and history. This includes displays from prehistoric times through the middle ages until the present day.
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