For Saint Patrick's day what better spot than exploring Ireland's best known destination? It is the country's most populous city and it's packed with lots of fun and tourist attractions with interesting historic places for you to visit.
There are really a lot of diverse things to do in the Irish countryside. If you are planning for Wicklow tours from Dublin, then here are some recommendations.
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St Patrick's Cathedral.– Let's start with the celebration I talked about at the beginning of the post. St Patrick's day is a very important celebration for all the Irish in their country and around the world, especially in the US. That's why we had to start with this landmark. The cathedral is the country's largest church and it's formally known as the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Patrick and it was founded in 1191.
Ha'Penny Bridge.- Not exactly famous for being a big bridge structure or anything like that. Its central location crossing over the River Liffey makes it an affluent path for pedestrians by the thousand on a daily basis. The official name of the bridge is Liffey Bridge.
Áras an Uachtaráin.- The name means house of the president in Irish. With a similar design to Washington's White House, it is the official residence of Ireland's President located inside of Phoenix Park.
Christ Church Cathedral.- Formally known as The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, it is Dublin's other medieval cathedral, the other one being St Patrick's.
Dublin Castle.- The place has served different roles throughout history. It was once a fort and then became the royal residence. Nowadays it fulfills the role of a major Irish government complex.
You can also visit internet to get more ideas and find more intersting places to visit Dublin.