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The modern capital of Ireland, Dublin, is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in the country and in the world. Its interesting, well-preserved attractions and a centuries-old history annually attract millions of tourists.
It is known that Dublin was founded in the 9th century on the shores of the River Liffey and for many years remained a typical Viking settlement. One of the oldest structures that have survived to this day is the majestic Dublin Castle, which was founded in 1204. A large city grew around it, gradually turning into an important commercial, political and cultural center.
Today, in the tourist sense, Dublin is interesting for its sights and unique architecture that has preserved the spirit of antiquity. However, the city is interesting and culturally. For example, many visitors to Dublin seek to explore the places dedicated to the writers who were born or worked here - Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Jonathan Swift.
A tour of Dublin on a double-decker bus is a great chance to explore all the facets of a big and noisy city. As part of the tour, tourists will be able to freely get acquainted with all the main beauties of Dublin. First of all, every traveler will be interested in the Cathedral of Christ and the Cathedral of St. Patrick. In addition, many people want to visit Trinity College, which has a rich library. The collection of the local library includes the legendary Book of Kells, written back in 800 year. Special attention should be paid to the numerous parks of the city, designed for romantic walks or family vacations: Herbert Park, Phoenix Park and St. Stephen’s Park. The ancient, gloomy image of the city contrasts intricately with modern buildings, among which Dublin Needle is particularly notable.
Each tour on a double-decker bus in Dublin is carried out as part of the hop-on hop-off concept: tourists can get off and on the bus at any of the stops along the route an unlimited number of times during the ticket’s validity period (excursion tickets usually last 24 or 48 hours ). Thus, guests of the routes can organize a schedule of exploring the city at will, and in their free time, take a walk, explore famous sights or relax in one of the many parks.
In addition, a tour of Dublin on a double-decker bus is organized so that the stops along the route are within walking distance from the museums of the city - the Museum of Heraldry, the National Museum and the Museum of Modern Art.
Probably, beer lovers will want in their free time to visit the Guinness brewery, which today has also become a large museum. Here you can not only listen to a fascinating story about the history and technology of making the most famous beer in the country, but also to taste it.
A tour of Dublin on a double-decker bus is a real extravaganza of impressions, each of which will last for many years.