Here under DSI - day 1, you will find travel information for that day, with practical information including the opening hours and addresses of the different attractions.
Day 2 -
Trinity College - St Patrick Cathedral
Merrion Square - Bank of Ireland
Visit the impressive Trinity College, Ireland's first university, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. The college is also famed for its exhibit of the Book of Kells. During its early life, Trinity was a university exclusively for the Protestant ascendency class of Dublin.
Have a look at the Bank of Ireland, formerly the original home of Irish Parliament.
Then, walk to St Patrick Cathedral, largest church in the country, which was erected between 1200 and 1270. It has contributed much to Irish life throughout its long history. The massive west tower dates from 1370 and houses one of the largest peal of bells in Ireland.
Have a walk through Merrion Square, where you will get to see some of the best Georgian entrances of Dublin, Grafton street and St Stephen's Green Square. Go to George's St Arcade, an excellent covered market with a beautiful architecture, for some great hand-clothes shops, and stalls selling jewellery and records.
Night in Dublin.
Walking Tour: € 9
Opening Hours: 10.15am to 3.40pm Mon-Sat
10.15am-3pm Sun, from mid-May to Sept
+ St Stephen's Green Square
+ Georgian Buildings around
George's St Arcade
Between South Great George St and Drury St
St Patrick Cathedral
Tel: 679 4611
Entrance fees: € 5.75
10am-5pm daily, Apr - Sept
10am-4.30pm Sun, from October to March
Bank of Ireland
Tel: 671 1488
College Green ( opposite Trinity College)
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday
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