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      Where to stay in Dublin

      Dublin is an interesting mix of culture, heritage, and history. The intimacy that the city offers is something unmatched, not to forget its high literacy rate. Incredibly charming and cozy, Dublin will make you fall for its enchanting beauty which stays with the city every time you visit. Talking about the features, Dublin does comprise of a varied range of accommodations. From plush hotels to shared rooms to modern hotels to old converted guesthouses, the list of stay options in Dublin is huge.

      Not worried about the extra money spent and are looking for luxury accommodations to seek refuge then get around the areas of Graton Street, Temple Bar, and Trinity College. The neighborhoods carry some of the city's finest neo-classical buildings, glossy shopping centers, and funky cafes to stop by.

      For sweeping views, book an accommodation along the Dublin Coast. Though, a bit on the pricey side the accommodations offers an amazing experience to revel in. Dublin Coast is ideal for newly married couples and offers great opportunities to walk by the bay under the moonlight.

      If you interested in being in a lively spot, going on a gastronomic journey tasting food on the go and drinking to your fullest, then settle down in the districts of Donnybrook and Ballsbridge in South Dublin. They carry a contagious vibe which will up your spirits and you can keep going on an exploration all night long.

      Additionally, you can find the classic and contemporary style of accommodations to the north of the River Liffey. Do keep in mind that most of the hotels in Dublin lack parking facilities and that you must park in the street.

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