More in Ireland for Indians than Guinness, Jameson
The over four-century-old Trinity College in the heart of Dublin that boasts one of the largest libraries in the world.
Others include the National Wax Museum for a journey into Irish history, the National Leprechaun Museum for sights, sounds and stories of mythical Ireland, and the Glasnevin Museum that seeks to preserve the country's past for the future.
For children, there is the 180-year-old Dublin Zoo on some 28 hectares that is home to over 600 animals from across the globe and the fun-filled National Aquatic Centre with exciting water rides, waves pool and surfing decks.
Evenings are best spent at the pubs and discotheques for shows -- better known among them being the Taylors Three Rock where one can savour live traditional Irish music, soulful ballads and lively tap dance by performers. Cabaret is also an option.
With so much to offer, Ireland also considers Indians a focus tourism group. Promoting that is its Transport, Tourism and Sport Minister Leo Varadkar, who is a physician of Indian origin. So Slainte to Ireland, as the Irish would say as a common toast!
Source: Arvind Padmanabhan/IANS