Packages in Grand Canal
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This lively city boasts a population of 1,000,000. Grand Canal is located 1 mile from the city's heart. The nearest airport, Dublin Airport, is situated 6 miles to the north.
From here, you can easily find some of the most popular tourist hot spots around. At the top of every itinerary should be St. Anne's Rose Garden and Blackrock Shopping Centre. You might also like to spend the afternoon at Frascati Shopping Centre or the Incorporated Orthopaedic Hospital of Ireland. You could also head to two nearby neighborhoods, Ringsend and Irishtown.
The Grand Canal Theatre, one of the most iconic tourist sights in the country, is 0.2 miles to the northwest.
While you and your friends are touring around the heart of Dublin, take the opportunity to spend some time at the National Museum of Natural History and the Book of Kells. You should also investigate Phoenix Park and the Abbey Theatre.
If you're after a place where it's grown-ups only, check out the Casino at Marino, the Old Jameson Distillery, the Guinness Storehouse and the Fitzwilliam Casino & Card Club.
The area's cultural attractions will fascinate you and give you the opportunity to develop a better understanding of Dublin. Travelers of all ages will enjoy the National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square, the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, the Art Market and the Centre for Creative Practices.
Prepare to be dazzled by the pieces of art at the Chester Beatty Library and Gallery of Oriental Art, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Municipal Museum and the Dublin City Gallery – The Hugh Lane.
The collections displayed at the National Print Museum, the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and History, the James Joyce Cultural Centre and the National Wax Museum Plus will interest all visitors, no matter what their age. Jumping on a tour is an easy way to make sure you get to each museum's most significant objects.
Take a look at the upcoming schedule at Royal Dublin Society, the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, the Gaiety Theatre and the Gate Theatre and see if any performances stand out from the rest.
Go golfing at the Elm Park Golf and Sports Club, the Royal Dublin Golf Club, the Metro Golf and Royal Dublin Golf Club, some of the nicest courses around.
In Grand Canal, you'll be glad to know there are several activities that the kids will be sure to love. Make sure you head to the National Library of Ireland, the National Wax Museum Plus, the Irish Architectural Archive and the Heraldic Museum / Genealogical Office.
See an incredible variety of fascinating animals at Booterstown Bird Sanctuary and the Dublin Zoo.
You can rest assured that your kids will have a delightful time at Panda Play Cafe and Rainforest Adventure Golf.
You will love the outdoor landscapes of the Dillon Garden, the Garden of Remembrance, the Carysfort Lodge and the Bull Island Visitor and Interpretative Centre.
Stretch your legs at some of the area's scenic stretches of coastline, such as Dollymount Beach and Sandymount Beach. You won't want to leave once you're there, so be sure to bring something to nibble on!
Natural preserves, such as the National Botanic Gardens and Irishtown Nature Reserve, give visitors an insight into the birds, trees, and plants that exist in the local area.
Enjoy the pleasing city parkland spaces, such as Blackrock Park, Ringsend Park, Herbert Park and St. Stephen's Green. Go for leisurely stroll or just lay back under the luscious trees.
Spend an afternoon at Dundrum Town Centre, Omni Park Shopping Centre, Brown Thomas Flagship Store and Powerscourt Townhouse and get in some retail therapy.
Head out for a hands-on history experience at a few of the local historic sites. O'Connell Bridge, John's Lane Augustinian Church, the Blackrock College and Clontarf Castle are a few of the compelling options.
Sightseers interested in the world's various faiths shouldn't miss the Christ Church Cathedral, St. Audeon's Church, St. Michan's Church and St Stephen’s ‘Pepper Canister’ Church.
Get to know the local sports heroes in Dublin by catching a game at the Aviva Stadium, the stomping ground of the Ireland national rugby union team and the Republic of Ireland national football team. If you're not a fan of sports, you might want to head to one of the musical performances that take place at this stadium.
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Two examples of the more upmarket Grand Canal hotels are The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel, at 27 St. Stephen's Green North, and the InterContinental Dublin, at Simmonscourt Road. If those don't grab you, why not check out the Portobello Hotel, at 33 South Richmond St, and the Glen Guesthouse, at 84 Lower Gardiner Street, two places where you'll be sure to find a bargain.
The Guinness Storehouse is a not-to-be-missed sight for those visiting Grand Canal, and staying in the vicinity is a good way to ensure you get the chance to fully appreciate it. The Ashling Hotel Dublin is situated just 0.5 miles away. Another close option is the Phoenix Park Hotel.