The city of pubs and theatres buzzes with life in the historic district Temple, but also provides for several possibilities to go shopping or to visits sights. There are about 110 hotels to choose from, e.g. the family hotel “Harrington House“, the “Globetrotter Townhouse“ that is located directly at the O’Connelstreet and the "Regency Hotel" near the city’s airport. If you have booked a hotel stay excluding breakfast, you may enjoy an All Irish Breakfast at one of the many breakfast bars in town.
The city centre, where most of the hotels are located, is easily accessible by foot. You will reach the sights, such as Dublin Castle or Christ Church Cathedral, the city’s oldest building, by bus, which will only stop if you signal by hand. Please note the left-hand traffic, so you will not go into the wrong direction. For lunch we recommend you to have a sandwich at one of the many tearooms, in a hotel or in town, e.g. in Dawson Street. The Irish will have a full meal only for dinner. The widest street in Europe is O’Connelstreet, which is located in the centre of the city. Here you will find nice restaurants, nearly all large hotels and theatres, playing the pieces of the city’s sons, such as Joyce and Shaw, as well as pubs. In the pub "Lone Stone" you will experience typical Irish music played by hand.
When coming to Dublin, you should not forget taking your umbrella with you, since it rains quiet often in this great town on the Emerald Island.
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