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Preparing your trip to Dublin: advices & hints - things to do and to obey

1916 St Patricks Church, Ringsend, Dublin 1. Summer is considered the most favorable time for rest. During this time of year the temperature is about 20 degrees and it rains extremely rare, so nothing can prevent tourists from their excursion programs.
2. Trains remain the most optimal form of public transport. By their means tourists can easily get not only to any part of the city, but also to nearby neighborhoods. The city is distinguished by a well-developed bus system. However, taxi rates are quite high. Tourists who expect to use public transport a lot are recommended to purchase a special pass.
3. Fans of shopping should definitely not forget to visit Kildare Village Market. The name of the market can be literally translated as "Village of sales". This is the place where visitors can buy you can buy clothing by top brands with huge discounts, as well as other high quality goods on very affordable rates.
4. Many museums offer free entrance, so travelers do not have to deny themselves the pleasure to visit famous sights of Dublin in order to save money. National Gallery, the Botanical Garden, National Library, Scientist Gallery, Museum of Art and many other cultural facilities can be visited absolutely free of charge.
5. Budget travelers are recommended to purchase a discount card called Dublin Pass, which can be got in all tourist offices. It entitles its owner the right to a reduced fare in public transport, as well as discounts for some exhibitions, in many shops and restaurants. The pass can be valid for a period from one to six days, and it costs from 29 to 89 euros. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
6. Smoking in public places is prohibited in the city. Violators of this rule will have to deal with large fines. Smokers should pay attention to different signs and marks. As a rule, special smoking areas can be found next to every public agency and trading center.
7. The best way to visit excursions is together with a tour group. In this case travellers can count on discounts. Pensioners and students are also eligible for discounted tickets to theater and museum, but for this purpose they will need to prepare all necessary documents and certificates that confirm their status in advance.
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8. When entering one of local pubs, tourists should definitely order a glass of beer. This is the local rule of etiquette. Tourists who do not like alcoholic drinks are recommended trying special light sorts of beer.
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What to visit being in Dublin - unique sights

Guinness Storehouse

From the series “Strange, Weird and Unusual Museums Amusing its Visitors”
On the ground floor of the museum are the tasting rooms, where you can sample the best varieties of Irish beer, as well as the souvenir shop where the museum guests usually buy the original biersouvenirs: jugs, themed T-shirts and even the chocolates with unusual beer filling. On the last floor of the building is the beautiful recreation zone equipped with the viewing platform and the bar. Here one can taste different varieties of the legendary Guinness and graze at the adjoining brewery, as well as the historical buildings, which seem quite tiny compared to the large company. … Read further

Dunsoghly Castle

From the series “Ireland's Greatest Castles”
Almost all rooms of the castle are available for viewing. You can look into the upper chamber during the tour. It was used as a prison during a certain period. Also, several beautiful rooms with original vaulted ceilings have been preserved in the castle. Many old things are also preserved in the castle. They belonged to the castle’s owners in the past. The upper floors of the fortress offer a magnificent view of the surrounding area. Extensive meadows and forests are located near the castle. … Read further

Malahide Castle

From the series “Ireland's Greatest Castles”
Shops and a restaurant of national cuisine were opened on the territory of the park not so long ago. Visitors to the castle can relax in the cozy tea room after the tour. The castle is also well known to fans of classical music. Concerts are often held here on weekends. Many people visit Malahide Castle, hoping to catch a glimpse of one of its legendary ghosts. According to legend, five ghosts of its former owners live in the castle. Most often, visitors to the castle can see them in the Great Hall. … Read further

City tours, excursions and tickets in Dublin and surroundings

Ireland: travelling advices

7. Try not only the local dark Guinness beer but Irish whiskey in local pubs. It is matured for about 7 years, so it has a unique saturated aroma.
8. Ireland has a very low crime rate, which makes journeys comfortable and safe.
9. Leaving the country, tourists will be able to return VAT tax. Ireland has a tax free system. For this, you need to get a special filled form when making a purchase and give it to employees at the customs. The tax-free system applies only to citizens of countries outside the EU.
10. In Ireland, tourists are treated very kindly and with all the cordiality. You can fearlessly ask for directions or help. … Open
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Travelling to Dublin - advices and tips. What should be provisioned in advance, the rules you might want to follow, and the things you better avoid doing in Dublin. We help you to make your trip smooth and easy, with no unexpected surprises.
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