Dublin Bed and Breakfast
Dublin City has been divided into three areas: Southeast Dublin is the heart of the modern and growing city and home for the famous Trinity College. Southwest Dublin, the part of the old and historical city. The third area North of the Liffey is an important cultural heritage of Dublin City and the centre of Dublin Bed and Breakfast. The best way to enjoy and explore the Dublin City is to stay in one of the Dublin Bed and Breakfast. Dublin Bed and Breakfast offers a warm welcome, comfortable rooms and a delicious Irish Breakfast.
Ireland’s capital has a wealth of attractions, most within walking distance of each other. In the Southeast of Dublin you will find many Museums, Libraries and Galleries. The National Gallery has a good collection of Irish and European paintings. However, the most conspicuous reminders of Georgian Dublin are the beautiful Squares and Terraces around Merrion Square. Many of these buildings still have their unique features, like wrought-iron balconies. A number of Dublin Bed and Breakfast kept their original style.
The region around Dublin Castle was first settled in prehistoric times. It was from here that the city grew. More clearly visible reminders of the Anglo-Normans are shown by the grand medieval Christ Church Cathedral and Ireland’s largest church, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Close by the Cathedral you will find the Guinness Brewery, where the brew the worldwide famous dark beer. When the city grew to the north and east during the Georgian time, the narrow cobbled street of Temple Bar became a quarter if skilled craftsmen and merchants. Today this lively part of town bustles with tourists. It is home to a variety of “alternative” shops, cafés.
North of the Liffey was the last part of the city to be developed during the 18th century. It changed as well the last years to a tourist, industry and business district. Beside Dublin Bed and Breakfast and other tourist attractions, like Ha’Penny Bridge or the Dublin Writer Museum. Here you will find the Convention Centre and other business companies.
Sports is very important in Ireland in the past and today. Many games take place in the Croke Park Stadium or Aviva Stadium but of course there are more Stadiums in Dublin. A race or a game is always played as hurling, rugby, football or golf somewhere.