Dublin, the capital of Ireland, still maintains the characteristics of the ancient city, suitable for literary and artistic travel. Many literary and artistic youths can be seen on the street. Compared to London, the city feels more vibrant. The only downside is that accommodation in the city is too expensive.
Adjacent to the west of the British Isles, independent of the island country Ireland in the Atlantic Ocean, she is called the emerald of the Atlantic Ocean. As the capital of Ireland, Dublin is an antique and poetic city. The pace of life here is relatively slow, giving people a sense of tranquility and simplicity.
Dublin is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland. It is also the political, economic, cultural, tourism and transportation center of Ireland. Its geographic location is extremely close to the center of the east coast of the island of Ireland, at the mouth of the Liffey River in County Dublin and the center of the Dublin area.
If you have a British visa, you can enter the country without having to apply for an Irish visa. You need to land in the UK first. Therefore, the visa fee has been properly raised. There are many places to visit in Dublin. Personally, I still like the library in Trinity College the most.
The scenery of Dublin city centre is still good, the summer weather is cool and very pleasant!