Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Visiting Dublin For The First Time



If you are thinking of visiting Dublin for the first time, you will likely want to make sure that you see as much of it as you can. As it happens, there is a great variety to the kinds of activities and events you can likely witness and take part in in the Irish capital, and there is no end to the amount of fun you can have. But a lot of first-time visitors to this beautiful city are not aware that there is so much to do, and it can be a little daunting as a place first of all. In this article, we are going to take a look at some of the things you might want to do if you are visiting Dublin for the first time. Take these on board and you will have a much more enjoyable time.



Watch Some Sports

It could be argued that the Irish are a very sporty ation, and indeed if you do go to Dublin you will find that you can hardly get away from it. Whether or not you are really into sports yourself it is absolutely a good idea to embrace it as best as you can. What better way to do that than simply by going to the brand-new Aviva Stadium to see some football? This is a fantastic venue which is already drawing in plenty of people from around the world, and for some it is the sole reason for visiting the city. To make things easier for yourself consider staying at the hotel near the Aviva Stadium, so that you can make the trip as easy on yourself as possible. Even if you only do this while you are visiting, you are bound to have a great time, so it is worth thinking about.

Engage In Some Literary

History If you are something of a voracious reader, and you are aware of some of the literary history of dublin, then that might be the focus of your stay instead. Many great writers came from or had their formative years in the Irish capital, and there are many fantastic ways to pay homage to them as you travel around the capitol. One such way is to visit Dublin on Bloomsday, the day when he entire city celebrates the James Joyce novel Ulysses. The novel is set entirely in Dublin, and on this day - the day represented in the book itself - crowds of people gather to read out sections aloud whilst following the trail described in the book. You can also see a number of museums and old places where the likes of Joyce, Yeats and others used to reside.


 Have A Night Out

If you want to just get loose and have fun, then Dublin is certainly a great way to do so. It has a vibrant nightlife with more pubs and clubs than you could count, and you won’t be at a loss for where to go for your next trip. It’s a fun city either way, so it’s well worth considering.

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