Dublin never seems to run short of desirable photo opportunities. From quaint pubs to charming libraries, verdant parks to archaic castles, there is definitely so much to see in the Irish capital. Here are some of the most Instagrammable places in Dublin to fill your gallery:
piece of modern Ireland. Aviva Stadium stays true to its being an international
stadium with its world-class design. Accentuated with glass, one is easily
reminded of sci-fi movies upon seeing this modern stadium.
Definitely one of the coolest buildings in Ireland,
Convention Centre Dublin is a modern gem. Its glass atrium catches the
attention of anyone passing by the docklands area of the city and complements
the modern draw of the nearby Samuel Beckett Bridge.
year round, this public park is a wonderful spot for photo shoots anytime of
the year. There is plenty to see here. Foremost among them are the sunken lawn,
the cascade and a miniature version of London’s Hampton Court Maze.
walk around Phoenix Park allows you to discover the different wonderful sights
within it. There’s the 18th century Áras an Uachtaráin, where
Ireland’s president resides. There are also monuments, gardens, Dublin Zoo, and
several other attractions.
history dating back to the 12th century, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is
noted for its Gothic architecture and spires. People are also intrigued by the
tombs found under its floors, as well as those in its yard. Its organ is also a
constant attraction, known to be one of the largest in the country.
simply a lot to see in malls and Dublin’s Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre is a
prime example. With three floors of shops and architecture that captivates shoppers;
you cannot help snapping away while in this mall.
centuries of history, this 18th century library houses several
volumes of early printed books and ancient texts, including the Book of Kells,
Book of Durrow and Book of Howth. There are also various special collections,
manuscripts and archives.
legendary pub is quite popular among locals and tourists alike. And it’s not
just the craft beers that pull visitors to The Temple Bar. Painted in bright
red and adorned with flowers, it certainly is a great spot for photographs.
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