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What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?
The cheapest way of enjoying Dublin at night is without having to spend a single penny. Walk on down to the River Liffey that runs westerly through the centre of the city and feast on the bright lights along the riverbanks, on the modern state-of-the-art buildings and the street music on the south of the river, as well as in the pubs around Temple Bar.
What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?
Parnell Heritage Pub just a few metres off the main road O’Connell Street is perfect! Freshly made food and exceptionally friendly waiters and waitresses turn this traditional looking pub into a top quality restaurant. I would recommend the fish & chips, the best in the city!
What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?
Taking a stroll through the maze of streets after a huge bacon sandwich is the greatest way to see Dublin. Before the city gets too busy with tourists, stroll along the river and bask in the shadows of the old bank on O’Connell Street, still with bullet holes in the stone from Irish troubles.
What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?
Taking the tram to Phoenix Park and seeing the neverending planes of grass really relax the mind and is ever popular with runners. Many cafés are dotted around the route and with no buses going through the park at all, it cuts back on air and noise pollution. Hidden in the centre of the acres of grass is also Dublin Zoo, well worth visiting – you could spend your entire day there!
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