Ireland is one of the most beautiful places in the world and what is a trip to Ireland without a stay in the capital … Dublin. With a comfortable flight by way of Airlines Northwest, upon your arrival, you will have decisions to make, such as which of the many sights to visit first.
You should choose a hotel that is as centrally located as possible where you’ll have easy access to the many bus tours that are available. Then dependent on the length of your stay, you’ll want to start by getting to all the more famous sights first. The Dublin hotels are geared for visitors and the concierge will be able to make recommendations of tour bus choices.
Each tour bus company has variety of packages to choose from, so select the one that includes stops that are of the most interest to you. Dublin is a city that is overflowing with many attractions and not any one tour bus will get to them all. They each cover the most popular tourist spots like that of the National Gallery or National Museum.
Some of the finest Dublin Hotels are located in the city center which will allow you to see many of the magnificent tourist spots on foot instead of by tour bus. Regardless the time of year you arrive in Dublin Ireland by Northwest Airlines, you’ll find that a self-guided walking tour is sometimes the best way to tour.
The North Or The South
For the tourist that likes to shop, the north side of the River Liffey is the area you’ll want to stay. It is the shopping area where you’ll find an abundance of souvenirs you want to take home and the Phoenix Park Hotel is perfectly located. Make sure you find your way to Grafton Street, Henry Street and nobody can shop Dublin and not visit O’Connel Street stores. These are where the shops are found that will provide you true Dublin shopping experience.
Or if you are the type of tourist that prefers attractions, galleries and museums, the Radisson BLU Royal Hotel Dublin on the south side of the River Liffey will be more in line. You may choose to leave your hotel on foot and walk the area or you can take a double-decker tour bus and have a native of Ireland explain the sights to you instead.
The Sights Are Many Either Way
With so many things to do and see in Dublin, it may be hard to choose from the Dublin Wax Museum or a visit to the Museum of Modern Art. Both have dynamic exhibitions that are sure to leave you in awe. Or a tour of the former prison, Kilmainham Gaol, which is now a museum and will give you a realistic insight into the correction and punishments of the late 1700’s to the early 1920’s.
Or perhaps wildlife is more to your interest, and the concierge at your hotel can suggest several tour bus packages that will include a visit to the Dublin Zoo or Pheonix Park. Regardless the tour bus package you decide, they will each have numerous stops throughout this amazing city. The capital of Ireland is full of beauty and history, so not matter which way you choose, you’re sure to have a visit that will leave you wanting to come back again.Google+