I'm a very happy girl right cause thanks to Thomas Cook I'm going on a city trip to Dublin at the end of the month. I'm counting down those 2 weeks but I'm already planning my 3-days trip. I'm very curious about the city, it's not an over-popular city like London or Paris but I think it's definitely that beautiful. The first thing I'm going to do when I get there is shopping of course! I already did some research and discovered some very nice shops we don't have here.
Penney's (we know this as Primark) is the first shop on my list, they say it's a lot bigger than here and not that busy. From the cheapest store on my list I'm going to most expensive store: Brown Thomas. It's heaven for shop-a-holics. They sell all the dreamy brands like Valentino, Kenzo, Acne. But Dublin also has the roll out shops like Topshop, River Island, Boots - (they sell Soap and Glory) and a special store which is on my list since I went to Copenhagen: Build a bear! I still regret that I didn't made my own Panda in Copenhagen but it seems like I'm getting the chance in 2 weeks!
After my day of shopping I'll go to the Temple bar environment. A place full of local Irish pubs. However I don't drink alcohol I should try some local Guinness beer. Guinness has an impressive storehouse with a city tower that gives you an amazing view. People say it's definitely worth to go over there, even if you don't like beer (like me).
The free moments are for culture. Dublin has a lot of beautiful buildings and castles to visit. On my list is the Trinity College Library, the oldest library of Ireland. It reminds me a lot of Harry Potter. The second place I want to visit is a prison called 'Kilmainham gaol'. Right now it's a museum but back in time it was a famous prison where many leaders are executed. I still have 2 weeks to go so if anyone has extra Dublin tips for me, let me know! Happy Sunday loves.