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Reasons to love Dublin

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I trying to find some reasons to love Dublin City.
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  • 1. REASONS TO #LOVEDUBLIN R P R O

2. Im Felipe Delphorno, 27 years old, a Brazilian Digital thinker, whos moved to Dublin and now I trying to learn more about culture, country and some reasons to love this city. R P R O http://br.linkedin.com/in/dkfelipe 3. #ITS EASY TO GET TO Whether youre flying or getting the boat, youll find yourself in Dublin in no time at all. Dublin Airport connects over 100 European destinations, including daily flights to and from 29 UK airports, and ferries run here from Holyhead and Liverpool. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 4. #ITS COASTLINE Dublins a great city but its so much more than that. Travel north or south of the city centre by DART rail service or by bike, and youll find a sparkling string of coastal towns, beaches, harbours and bracing sea views. And where theres sea, theres great seafood! R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 5. #SPACIOUS PARKS AND GARDENS On glorious summer days like these, you just want to be outside, so why not join the countless Dubliners who love to get out and enjoy the lungs of the city. From the historic Phoenix Park to the central Saint Stephens Green, to name but two, Dublins full of beautiful, relaxing green spaces. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 6. #CASTLES On glorious summer days like these, you just want to be outside, so why not join the countless Dubliners who love to get out and enjoy the lungs of the city. From the historic Phoenix Park to the central Saint Stephens Green, to name but two, Dublins full of beautiful, relaxing green spaces. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 7. #DANCING CULTURE Dublins a great place to see the nimble footwork of traditional Irish Dancing in action and even to try it yourself! Click here to see where you can watch or learn some authentic Irish Dance moves. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 8. #FANTASTIC FESTIVALS Its no secret that Dubliners love to party, so it makes perfect sense that youll find so many festivals on here throughout the year. St Patricks Day is always the big one, but the rest of our calendar is usually packed with all sorts of festival fun. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 9. #LIVE MUSIC SCENE Whatever type of music youre into, youre never far from a gig in Dublin. Live traditional Irish music sessions take place nightly in dozens of pubs and hotels, and there are plenty of concert venues and clubs hosting local and international bands, artists and DJs. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 10. #STUNNING MOUNTAIN VIEWS Even in Dublin city centre, there are places where you can spot mountains in the distance, but to really get the full vista, take the DART to Howth. While walking around Howth Head, you can enjoy a breath-taking panorama that includes both the Wicklow and Mourne Mountains. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 11. #HISTORY As youd expect from a city thats more than 1,000 years old, theres ancient history to discover all over Dublin. From streets and buildings to cultural objects, youll find remnants of our Victorian, Georgian, medieval and even Viking eras! R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 12. #TEMPLE BAR Temple Bar is the beating heart of Dublin city centre. No trip here should be complete without a stroll through its cobbled lanes, full of restaurants, shops and galleries. And with so many popular nightclubs and traditional Dublin pubs in the quarter, night-times when it really comes alive! R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 13. Irish people always happy to tell you about the craic, atmosphere, culture, music and history of Dublin pubs but really, theres no substitute for experience. And it goes without saying that youre always very welcome to come and sample it all for yourself! #MANY TRADITIONAL PUBS R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 14. #THE RIVER LIFFEY Running through the heart of Dublin, and culturally celebrated by everyone from Joyce to Radiohead, the River Liffey is both a water and power supply for the city, and used by commercial and recreational craft. And once a year, hundreds of hardy souls attempt the historic Liffey Swim! Each of the many bridges that spans the river has its own history and style. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 15. #THE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE Year in, year out, The Guinness Storehouse is Dublins most visited attraction, and with many good reasons. You can learn about the history of the black stuff and discover how its made, pull your own pint, enjoy The Gravity Bars stunning panoramic views and more. R P R O resource: visitdublin.com 16. And you? Why you love this city? Share your opinion. R P R O http://br.linkedin.com/in/dkfelipe @dkfelipe 17. i http://br.linkedin.com/in/dkfelipe DIGITAL THINKER by Felipe Delphorno @dkfelipe R P R O

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