|St. Patrick's Cathedral|
Dublin is a pleasant city which is very accessible. Famously known for its literary tradition from such writers as Jonathan Swift to William Butler Yeats and James Joyce, Dublin brings you to historical sites of the yesteryears, from castles and churches to more contemporary cafes and clubs. You can reach Dublin by making use of the ferries from Liverpool and Holyhead. There are also affordable flights from Manchester and Liverpool. Dublin is a perfect destination if you are making a one day or two day visit. You will never run out of things to explore no matter what your interests are. If you are visiting Dublin for one day only then you should make a plan prior to your tour so that you will not be wandering around and missing those great adventures of your life.
If this is the first time that you visit Dublin then your best option would be the hop on hop off tourist bus. It would be great if you can stay at the open top bus so that you can admire those captivating attractions. If you need rest then you can visit Dublin’s popular pubs. If you don’t like pubs then there are great hotels, restaurants and cafes where you can hang out. You can also make a tour on their beautiful parks such as the Phoenix Park, Merrion Square or the St Stephen's Green.
If you love to watch European classic plays then you should visit the Abbey Theatre. A scary adventure can be explored at the Bram Stoker Dracula Experience. This museum features the creepy story of Bram Stoker and Count Dracula. The oldest and the most notable landmark in Dublin is the Christ Church Cathedral. This cathedral features the finest architecture. Another historic place in Dublin is the Dublin Castle which was previously built as a fortress for the city. One of the most popular attractions which are frequently visited by families is the Dublin Zoo. By visiting this zoo, you can feel like you are in the African Plains because they have various animals such as the chimpanzees, lions, cheetahs, hippos, zebras, giraffes and many more.