Saturday, March 3, 2012

Car Hire in Dublin

Dublin, the capital of Ireland is situated along the River Liffey. It is one of the greenest cities in Europe. Ireland is the literary and the artistic hub of Ireland. Food, monuments, parks, music, shopping and nightlife are the activities to go for when you are in Dublin. Car hire in Dublin is the best way to see it all.

The Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, just off Grafton Street, is one of Dublin's most attractive shopping centres, set in a beautifully restored 18th century townhouse. Here, you will find clothes, cafes, galleries and Irish designer jewellers. Powerscourt Gallery boasts of some of the best and most eclectic art collection in Dublin. Hire a car to be mesmerized by the talent of these artists. If you are interested in landscaping your garden, visit the ‘The Garden’ and ‘The Bonsai Shop’. All in all, the Powerscourt Centre has everything that you are looking for, so hire a car and shop till you drop. Other areas where you can go for shopping are Loft Street and Henry Street.

Apart from shopping, you can also learn about the rich history of Ireland by visiting the Dublin Castle built in 1204 by King John of England. It was the seat of British rule in Ireland till 1922. Now it serves the purposes of important government ceremonies. You can also wander around the Dubh Linn Gardens behind the castle. Trinity College is a must visit for the literary lovers and is famous for the Book of Kells in its library. The architecture of the College is quite fascinating with an amalgamation of old and contemporary buildings, surrounded by gardens. If you wish to enjoy some traditional and folk music, you can visit the Cobblestone.
Dublin is also very famous for its pubs and bars, the Temple Bar being the most famous of them all. A day in Dublin is incomplete till a pint of Guinness, a popular Irish dry stout. Hire a car in Dublin and visit the Guinness Storehouse which is a major tourist attraction. It has seven floors and is surrounded by a glass atrium in the shape of a Guinness pint. The Gravity Bar, located at the top of storehouse is a treat to the eyes. If you are a rugby fan, visit the Croke Park where all the home games of rugby are played. If you are traveling with your partner, do visit the St. Valentine’s Shrine at the Carmelite Whitefriar Street Church located at Aungier Street.

All in all Dublin is the place to be if you are a nature and art lover. People here love life and live it to the fullest. Car Hire Dublin and experience the beauty of the Irish world.