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Dublin is the vibrant capital city of Ireland and a great destination to visit and relax. The River Liffey runs through the city and makes the city look even more beautiful. The city features a mild climate during the summers but can get very crowded during the summer months. The city can be visited at any time of the year depending on the types of weather one wishes to enjoy. Dublin offers something for everyone. The Dublin castle makes a wonderful place to visit and is a major landmark in the city. \r\n When it comes to museums, Dublin features a wide range of museums worth visiting. Whether it is the Irish Museum of Modern Art or the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology or the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History, there are several excellent museums worth visiting. The Phoenix Park is a huge enclosed park which also houses the Dublin Zoo and a polo field. The city also has some good art galleries and beautifully buildings that are good to see. \r\n Dublin also offers a good shopping scenario. The Grafton Street is the main shopping street in the city. There are some streets around the Grafton Street good for shopping includesPowerscourt Centre, Duke, Nassau, Dawsonand Wicklow. Other places for shopping are William Street South, Castle Marketand Drury Street. There are also several shopping malls in Dublin that are good to shop at. ...more

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Dublin is the vibrant capital city of Ireland and a great destination to visit and relax. The River Liffey runs through the city and makes the city look even more beautiful. The city features a mild climate during the summers but can get very crowded during the summer months. The city can be visited at any time of the year depending on the types of weather one wishes to enjoy. Dublin offers something for everyone. The Dublin castle makes a wonderful place to visit and is a major landmark in the city.

When it comes to museums, Dublin features a wide range of museums worth visiting. Whether it is the Irish Museum of Modern Art or the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology or the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History, there are several excellent museums worth visiting. The Phoenix Park is a huge enclosed park which also houses the Dublin Zoo and a polo field. The city also has some good art galleries and beautifully buildings that are good to see.

Dublin also offers a good shopping scenario. The Grafton Street is the main shopping street in the city. There are some streets around the Grafton Street good for shopping includesPowerscourt Centre, Duke, Nassau, Dawsonand Wicklow. Other places for shopping are William Street South, Castle Marketand Drury Street. There are also several shopping malls in Dublin that are good to shop at.

Nearby Airports

Dublin is served by the Dublin Airport, which is located about 10Km from the city center. From the airport visitors can take buses to reach the city. There are three types of buses that connect the airport to the city. The journey takes about 25 minutes. An alternative option is taking a taxi from the airport to the city. A taxi ride cists 20-30 Euros.

Halal Restaurants

Dublin is home to several halal restaurants where visitors can find a wide variety of cuisines. Some of the best halal restaurants in Dublin include The Cedar Tree, Iskander's Kebab House, Shalimar Grill, The Silk Road Café, Zaytoon, The Halal Sultan, Rick's Burgers, etc.

Mosques

There are a few mosques in Dublin. Prominent mosques in Dublin include Al-Mustafa Islamic Educational & Cultural Centre Ireland, Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland, Islamic Foundation of Ireland, Anwar-ul-Madina, Ahlul Bayt Islamic Centre of Ireland, etc.

Things to Do and See in Dublin

  • Dublin Castle  
  • Dublinia & the Viking World  
  • Dublin Zoo  
  • Dublin Writers Museum  
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art  
  • Merrion Square  
  • National Botanic Gardens  
  • National Gallery of Ireland  
  • National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology  
  • National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History  
  • National Museum of Ireland - Natural History  
  • Phoenix Park  
  • Little Museum of Dublin
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