ARCHITECTURAL TOURS IN DUBLIN
The beauty and glamour of a place or city is in its architecture. Dublin is not an exception to this, as she is not only known for beautiful vegetations but also stands tall in her architectural framework.
A visit to the following list of architecture in dublin will amaze and dazzle our tourists to yearn for timelessness while beholding the magnificent framework of buildings and structural designs, as this is the sole goal of architecture which is to create unprecedented and imaginable buildings.
Grand Canal Dock, also known as Silicon Docks, is a hub of modern condos and office towers on the redeveloped River Liffey waterfront. Well-dressed Dubliners head to concerts at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and drink cocktails on the terraces of upscale bars. https://www.e-architect.co.uk/dublin/grand-canal-square
Samuel Beckett Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge in Dublin that joins Sir John Rogerson’s Quay on the south side of the River Liffey to Guild Street and North Wall Quay in the Docklands area.
This is where the beauty of Dublin resides.
The 40 metre Spencer Dock Bridge with its fluid lines and undulating concrete surface takes trams, traffic and pedestrians across the Royal Canal. It is designed for the span bridge peels down the edges of the deck to reveal a space for pedestrians to pause and take in views of the dock and Linear Park which is currently under construction.
Stadium is a sports stadium located in Dublin, Ireland, with a capacity for 51,700 spectators. It is built on the site of the former Lansdowne Road.The eye catching sight of this spectacular design of this stadium is a beauty to behold.
If there is any place to unwind with peace of mind and safety measures as well as getting values for money and time, this is a sure place to visit.
6.GOOGLE CAMPUS DUBLIN – EU Headquarters:
The Google Dublin European HQ is a thriving inner city campus consisting of 4 buildings located in the heart of Dublin’s historic docklands district. This is one of dublin’s most sought after tourist centre.
This is an historic tourist attraction and epic centre in dublin that is opened to visitations from people from all works of life.
Merrion Square is considered one of the city’s finest surviving squares. Three sides are lined with Georgian redbrick townhouses.. The central railed-off garden is now a public park, which is a foremost tourist attraction in Dublin.
9. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IRELAND.
This edifice is an ancient architectural design in Dublin with huge investment on it, geared towards tourist attractions from irelanders and other nationals.This is a place that is sure to visit.
10. O’DONOGHUE’S BAR
O’Donoghue’s has a rich heritage and stands on a very historical site in Dublin City. Yet it’s more modern musical history is really the stuff of legends
15, Merrion row, saint Peter, Dublin. TWITTER @ O’Donoghues15
11. CHARLOTTE QUAY
‘Set in the heart of Grand Canal Dock, Charlotte Quay is Dublin’s most atmospheric and chilled dinner & drinks spot. Enjoy waterside views as you watch the sun set over the dock.
Address: Charlotte Quay Dock, Millennium Tower, Ground Floor, Ringsend Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland
12. COLLEGE PARK DUBLIN
College Park is a cricket ground in the grounds of Trinity College Dublin in Ireland and is the home ground of Dublin University.
13.STEPHEN ‘S GREEN SHOPPING CENTRE.
St Stephen’s is a shopping centre in Kingston upon Hull that opened on 20 September 2007 and attracts more than 10 million visitors a year.