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One of the most historically important cities, Dublin is the capital and the largest city in Ireland. Richness in culture, art and history is evident on the city's collection of museums, monuments and centuries old architectures. Dublin being home to numerous top rated attractions earned its spot on Lonely Planet's Top Ten Cities in the World but the best selling point is its people. Irish people are known to be one of the happiest and kindest in the world and their hospitality is one of the best things to experience.

A visit to the Temple Bar may be the highlight of one's Dublin travel. It has the largest collection of rare whiskies in Ireland making it the most famous pub for tourists and locals. Its nice location and red exterior is surely hard to miss for someone looking for a great nightlife.

One of the most popular tourist attractions is the Guinness Storehouse. You'll get to know the Guinness family and the brewing history of their beloved stout beer. At the end of the tour you'll get to enjoy a pint of Guinness with the view of the Dublin skyline in its Gravity Bar located on the 7th floor of the building.

With a fascinating architectural structure Trinity College Library is the largest of its kind in Ireland. This library features an exhibit of Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript of the Gospel book. It contains the four Gospels of the New Testament. Aside from the exhibit, a tour of the library includes an entry to the Long Room that houses 200,000 of their oldest books in oak bookcases.

For an outdoor adventure, head to the beautiful Phoenix Park. This is an enclosed public park that has a large areas of grassland home to a herd of wild fallow deer. This Park holds a Green Flag Award for raising the standard of managing parks and green spaces. The best part is no admission fee to explore the entire place.