Friday, December 7, 2012

Travel at your ease with car hire Dublin

Come to the green havens of the capital city of Ireland, Dublin. The city has an expanse of green hues more than any other city in Europe. With its old world charm and exquisite architecture, Dublin, has been a travellers retreat for a quite time with themselves and their loved ones. Situated at the mouth of River Liffey, Dublin and its environs offer a great escape to a new world. Culturally a vibrant city, Dublin has lots to offer. The attractions are endless so is its cuisine. The experiences in your list may go endless one you visit the ‘emerald isle’.

Though Dublin is well connected with public transport, it may seem to you as a chaos at the very first sight. Being a traveler it is best that you take a car hire Dublin. Just take a car hire from Dublin airport to your destination to escape the frenzy. Car hire Dublin airport is advised as you would definitely not want to switch through public transport after a long haul of journey with your luggage and family. Besides that, car hire Dublin can prevent you from the hassle of tracing routes and getting to various attractions in the city. A situation other than that may lead to considerable time lag and fatigue. Forget the fuss about waiting at stops and figuring out routes. Just choose your preferred car model and get ahead with your sojourn. You can book a rented car online or get the service at the dedicated airport counters. Any which way, the service offers you good bargain and helps you tap your travel budget too.

Just slip into one of your favorite car models and explore the city. Dublin has a very vibrant night life. Unlike other cities in Europe where pubs are more of bars, in Dublin pubs are places where you get good food with a dash of authentic Irish Guinness beer and you can visit with your families. You not only get familiar with people but get good taste of authentic Irish food. Do not miss the Irish stew and breakfast laden with bacon, beans, sausages and white pudding with a cup of Irish coffee.

As you get along with the people and culture explore the nook and crannies of this city. Dublin is famous for its Georgian architecture. Visit the famous Dublin castle built in 1204. This castle, at one point, was the seat of the British rule in Ireland. Also visit the Christ Church Cathedral for its interesting crypts and Mansion House, the official residence of Mayor of Dublin. If you are and art connoisseur, Dublin has scores of museums. The Green on Red Gallery on Lombard Street East has the most modern and contemporary art work. The Irish Museum of Modern Art on Military Road is also famous for the same. A visit to the Abbey Theater will give a good glimpse of some of the Irish plays.

End your sojourn with some shopping at Grafton Street, between St Stephen's Green and Trinity College, one of the famous pedestrian shopping areas.