The massive investment in the city Dublin has brought a fresh look to its high streets and terraces. Today, it's a bustling city, brimming with museums, attractions boulevards, boutiques, and artifacts perfect complemented by a lively nightlife.
The city is renowned as Europe's most laid-back and friendly city. The accessibility of day tours from Dublin can be described in the literal sense too as the airport is located just seven miles to the north of the city's center. Just a hop, skip, and a jump will put you right in the middle of it all after you've checked in to your hotel, why not begin exploring right away.
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There is a chance that you have been aware of O'Connell Street, one of the main high streets in the city center that was constructed during the 1800s to become one of Europe's finest avenues. The street is a bustling one and has numerous statues that make your walk more enjoyable.
From O'Connell Street, you can easily cross the river to see Trinity College, the oldest university in Ireland. Additionally, you can go on an excursion on foot to maximize your time and explore the entire campus of Trinity College.
If you're a lover of literature you'll be pleased to learn that there's a museum for writers (Dublin Writers' Museum) that houses an impressive collection of photos as well as letters and other memorabilia for a variety of famous writers, playwrights, and poets to be carried by Dublin. The selection of literature talents includes satirist Jonathan Swift, poet W.B. Yeats, Dracula author Bram Stoker and, of course, writer James Joyce, whose works were centered around Dublin.