Where to Bring your Kids in Dublin?

More often than not, we tag our kids along when we travel to tourist destinations such as Dublin, Ireland. The Irish is one of the races that love children; which is why they have many children-friendly attractions for them to enjoy. As a matter of fact, some of city attractions have special kids programs that you might want to consider looking into to ensure that your kids are being looked after.

The Ark

The Ark is actually the first cultural center for children in Europe which has programs dedicated especially for kids. They have shows and exhibitions that integrates almost all of the arts and major media types Most events, however, are age-specific; which is why it is important for you ensure that you have checked the guidelines before booking a ticket for your kids. The Ark is located in the Temple Bar; thus you can reach the place by taking the city centre bus. Note that, the prices for the program may vary depending on the show.

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What to Avoid When Visiting Dublin

More often than not, favorite tourist destinations like Dublin, Ireland have areas or stores that give high prices to foreign individuals (a price that is different from that of the locals). It is important to note that in Dublin, prices may vary during the day and during the night. Thus, it is not enough to avoid certain areas, but it is essential that you should know when you should avoid them. Here are some tips on which establishments you should avoid and how to look for true experiences within them.

Temple Bar

The Temple Bar is the most popular neighborhood in the history of Dublin that is just around the border of River Liffey on the southern area. This neighborhood has quite a number of pubs that only few locals set foot in; this is primarily because the pints of beers are overpriced in comparison to other areas of Dublin and the pubs are usually full of tourists and are popular venues for bachelor parties.

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Learning How to Speak English like an Irish

The colorful accent of the Irish people is actually derived from the Celtic Language of Gaelic or Erse, as well as the dialects that exist within the Irish accent. The capital of Ireland is Dublin; home to the famous writers like George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, and James Joyce. Whether you love to act or you enjoy learning how to speak in another dialect, there are basic tools that you can use to have hat Irish accent.

 

Learning How to Speak English like an Irish

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