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A Traveler's Guide to Celebrating Christmas in Dublin

 

A Traveler's Guide to Celebrating Christmas in Dublin

1. Christmas Travel Guide: 

 

 Ahh, Dublin! A city of thousands of flowers welcomes you! Ireland's capital is renowned for its people's hospitality, and vibrant and cheerful personalities. If you're lucky enough to be in Dublin this holiday, then we bring you the perfect Christmas travel guide that will help you have the best time of your life! So pack your bags and grab a ticket to Dublin. These are the places you absolutely must visit if you are in Dublin these days. 

 

 2.  Dromoland Castle: 

 

 This castle has existed since the 15th century although it was rebuilt many times over the years until it was completed in 1835. The seat of this castle is said to have been the residence of Gaelic nobles since the 5th century. However, the castle has now been converted into a luxury 5-star hotel, which is the perfect place to spend  Christmas. This place is famous as a place for welcoming many famous figures including former US President G.W. Bush. 

 

 3 . Bally David, County Kerry: 

 

 When you think of Ireland, all that comes to mind are pleasant little towns nestled in the countryside. So, if you're looking to spend Christmas in a place like this, then Bally David is the place for you. This small town sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and comes alive during the Christmas period. The Wren boys come to town and a big party is held in memory of the ancient Druidic festival. The Wren boys walk the streets in their gorgeous costumes and their amazing dance and music. Go ahead and enjoy a Christmas filled with costumes, parades, music, and lots of laughter. 

 

 4.  Merrion Hotel: 

 

 This hotel is the epitome of Christmas grace and class, with large open fireplaces filled with crackling flames and grand Georgian-style lounges. This place is a perfect blend of historic class and modern technology and facilities. So spend  Christmas in the classroom at the Merrion Hotel.

 

 5.  Abbey Theatre: 

 

 This historic theater has been in operation since 1904 and was Ireland's first publicly funded theatre. The building was rebuilt after a fire in 1958, but it's the perfect place to go if you love the performing arts. This theater is associated with many iconic historical literary figures like Sean O Casey etc. So have fun this Christmas at this place if you want to experience a Dublin Christmas.

 

 Finally, if you don't want to go somewhere extravagant, don't worry. Just grab a beer and hit the street and you'll still have the time of your life. So that's all the info you need from this Christmas-for-Christmas travel guide. Just make sure whatever you do, you do it fully and with spirit. Make great memories for your life by getting started

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