Every tourist knows Dublin is home to one of the world’s most famous brew manufacturers: the Guiness Company, the famous black drink flows copiously in every one of Dublin’s 970 pubs! Dublin has everything a visitor could want from a holiday location; it’s steeped in hundreds of years’ worth of rich and fascinating history but still maintains its allure as a modern, buzzing cosmopolitan city filled with exciting Dublin apartments.
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One of the most important landmarks of Dublin is Dublin Castle. Commissioned to be built by King John in 1204 with the objective of defending the city in the wake of the Norman Invasion of Ireland in 1169, and located at the heart of the historic district of Dublin, it is without a doubt one of Dublin’s favourite touristic sites. There is also the Spire of Dublin, officially titled the "Monument of Light", which is a 120 metre tall spire on O'Connell Street, intended to mark the city's place in the 21st century. The top is illuminated during the night to provide a beacon in the night sky across the city. One of the most popular and photograped tourist sites in Dublin is the Ha'penny Bridge; an old iron footbridge over the River Liffey, considered one of Dublin's most iconic landmarks. Dublin is proud to have more green park spaces than any other European capital city, with 97% of residents living within 300 metres of a park.
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The most notable parks include the Phoenix Park, Herbert Park and St Stephen's Green. Phoenix Park stands out as being the site of the residence of the President of Ireland, built in 1754, the home of Dublin Zoo and Ashtown Castle and the venue of many musical concerts over the years. Phoenix Park is also one of the largest parks in the world, (three times larger than Central Park in New York)and residents of Dublin holiday apartments can see beautiful wildlife such as deer in this green oasis in the heart of the bustling cosmopolitan city. Dublin holidays offer such wonderful historical sites as the GPO, where the Easter rising took place, Trinity College in whose library the book of Kells, an llustrated manuscript created by Irish monks in around 800 AD, is held, Collins Barracks Museum or St Stephen’s Green, a 27-acre park in the heart of the city which boasts a large array of gardens, statues and sculptures such as that of William Butler Yeats by Henry Moore. There is no better holiday than one spend in your Dublin holiday apartment - enjoy shopping, nightlife, green spaces, history, culture and lots of Guiness!
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Dublin boasts beautiful 18th and 19th century Georgian architecture and music fans staying in Dublin holiday cottages may like to visit Windmill Lane Studios where U2 recorded their first album. Visitors can stroll down the world famous Grafton Street for some much deserved retail therapy and be greeted by the various street performers and musicians. Grafton Street has been the starting point for the successful musical careers of many singers and musicians and the references to this iconic street have been made in many poems, songs and literary works such as James Joyce's collection of short stories "Dubliners".
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