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What to See?

 Wild imaginations are on show in the realm of art. Wild imaginations that made it to reality are on display at Dublin’s Science Gallery. Things like clothing that responds, thinks and grows - definitely a sartorial blessing. Or art created by robots, stuff that will give science buffs a rush. If, however, you prefer the human touch of Caravaggio, Titian, Monet, Goya, and Picasso, drop in at the National Gallery of Ireland. Some of their finest work is displayed here. The Hugh Lane Gallery, on the other hand, exhibits gems of modern and contemporary art. Do take a look.

As gritty as the Temple Bar district is reputed to be, it still is the address for creativity. Enjoy experimental and contemporary work of emerging artists at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios. If you want to play audience and claps and cheer, try a high octane game of Gaelic football at Croke Park Stadium or a musical at the Grand Canal Theatre.   

Thinking of throwing an Asian feast? Shop at the Asia Food Market, and let authentic ingredients impart authentic flavors. Also drop in at The Temple Bar Food Market to pick up fresh farm produce, ingredients, and lots more. Oh and some of Ireland’s finest farmhouse cheeses sit on Sheridans Cheesemongers shelves. Go get ‘em! From food to sparkle, Vivien Walsh, one of Ireland’s finest jewellery designers, dazzles you with ethereal circa 1920s jewellery. No, your home need not get left out…let it shine and look great with home décor articles from Retrospect Homewares. Fashionistas can find funky clothes, jewellery, and accessories at Cow’s Lane Designer Mart Market.

 Spend a day taking in the beauty of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown. A magnificent coastline and lush, untouched countryside make it a great place to unwind. It’s mind-boggling the number of things you can do out here. History buffs can drop in at the Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre. Do not miss the Living History Live Performances where costumed actors show you how it was done back then. Climb up the hill of Killiney and get rewarded with the stunning views of Dún Laoghaire Harbour, Killiney Bay, and Dalkey Island. Or let sweat and adrenaline mingle with some racy water sports action.   

Chilling out at  St.Stephen’s Green is almost a tradition with Dubliners. Enjoy the atmosphere of unhurried leisure. Or you could go back in time at the Malahide Castle and enjoy a lovely stroll on the grounds after you’re done snooping around in the castle.

 

Where to eat and stay?

 

dublin car rentalMake the most of Dublin’s architectural charm by staying at the quaintly Georgian boutique hotel, Pembroke Town House. You’ll be taking a step back in time into the Dublin of another era. And step away from city mayhem at the Aberdeen Lodge Hotel, a lovely guesthouse a short drive away from the city centre. Not many know about it and those who do would like to keep it that way.

The Deer Park Hotel, with its location overlooking the sea at Howth, is emblematic of unadulterated luxury. A luxury spa, magnificent ocean views, its own golf course…can you ask for more? Of course, if you are a city slicker, you will love the sleek Zen décor and attention to detail and comfort at the Morrison.

Budget-watchers will appreciate the economical approach and the open and easygoing vibe at the Times Hostel and Abigail’s Hostel.

The Winding Stair keeps it quirky and Irish with mouth-watering traditional Irish fare. Tea Rooms in The Clarence follows in the same gastronomic footsteps. Botticelli, on the other hand, bares its Italian soul with unforgettable Italian food, wines, and gelatos. Not to be outdone when it comes to food, Pichet serves up haute cuisine like only the French can. However, if your taste buds show a propensity for South-east Asia, the award-winning Thai fare Diep La Shaker will prove immensely satisfying. Or maybe a sushi experience at Yamamori Sushi will do the trick.

 Taking particular pride in living in the past are the Irish bars, Fitzgerald’s Bar and Kehoe’s. They have concentrated on ale and healthy Irish pub culture from the day they opened shop. Among the new kids on the block, the Ice Bar at the Four Seasons is famous for its vodka-based cocktails and happening crowd. And if you aren’t particular about your poison, register for the Dublin City Pub Crawl and drink deep of the pub-hopping cup of life!

 

Where to go?

Spend a day taking in the beauty of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown. A magnificent coastline and lush, untouched countryside make it a great place to unwind. It’s mind-boggling the number of things you can do out here. History buffs can drop in at the Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre. Do not miss the Living History Live Performances where costumed actors show you how it was done back then. Climb up the hill of Killiney and get rewarded with the stunning views of Dún Laoghaire Harbour, Killiney Bay, and Dalkey Island. Or let sweat and adrenaline mingle with some racy water sports action.   

Chilling out at  St.Stephen’s Green is almost a tradition with Dubliners. Enjoy the atmosphere of unhurried leisure. Or you could go back in time at the Malahide Castle and enjoy a lovely stroll on the grounds after you’re done snooping around in the castle.

The traditional Irish music scene is best explored at The Cobblestone or Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, whereas, Café en Seine is a great place for jazz. It’s extravagant, but so is the rich sound of jazz music. For those who like their music live and kicking The Button Factory features local and visiting acts. Alternatively, live it up on the dance floor with chart hits and club classics at Krystle. Or get into Bucks Townhouse, where DJs and celebrity DJs play great club music.

It can rain any time is Ireland. Umbrellas, trench coats, and raincoats are accessories that are always in fashion in this city. Tag them along! 

 

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