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Serviced Apartments in Dublin
Ireland’s capital and largest city is found on the east coast of the country and is a hugely popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Over a quarter of Ireland’s population is found in Dublin as well as a significant number of residents from all over Europe. Founded on the River Liffey, Dublin is the country’s premier city in terms of culture, education, the economy and the arts. There are plenty of Dublin short stay apartments to cater for the large number of tourists and business people visiting each year.
The city itself is strewn with various landmarks and monuments from various periods in time. One of the better known landmarks is Dublin Castle which has been standing since 1204. The castle was built to defend the city against further Norman invasions. The castle has been modified and renovated over the years to produce a building of genuine character. Walking tours are available most of the year, and it is easy to reach from any Dublin city centre (center) apartment.
At the other end of the historical spectrum is the Spire of Dublin. This is a modern monument completed in 2003 which is officially known as the Monument of Light. Made out of stainless steel, this is a 400 foot tall pin like structure found on O’Connell Street. It is certainly hard to miss this landmark as you go about your business in the city and there are many Dublin serviced residences in the vicinity.
This Catholic country is understandably the home of many churches and cathedrals such as the Christ Church Cathedral, Saint Francis Xavier Church and St Patrick’s Cathedral. These are all worth a visit from your Dublin service apartment, although many are happy to simply stumble across these as they walk around town.
To the surprise of many, Dublin is an incredibly green city in terms of urban parks. It actually has more green spaces per kilometre than any other European capital meaning you are never far away from a park to relax in, or enjoy a picnic away from your Dublin holiday rental. Three of the most notable parts are St Stephen’s Green, Herbert Park and Phoenix Park but there are many others to visit.
Of course, many visit the Irish capital for its nightlife and to enjoy a pint of authentic Guinness. The most vibrant nightlife tends to take place around St. Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street. There are also many Dublin holiday apartments in these areas, giving you fantastic access to many popular pubs and nightclubs.
Serviced and self-catered apartments, flats, holiday lets and aparthotels can be up to 30% cheaper than most equivalent hotel rooms and are becoming increasingly popular due to the freedom they offer. Whether it s a short stay apartment you are looking for or a long term apartment, our holiday apartments combine all the amenities and comforts of home. With plenty of room why stay in a cramped hotel room when you can stay in spacious surroundings in and around Dublin city centre.
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