Dublin with its ancient and traditional history has preserved lots of its traditional venues for the tourists to visit and be awed by the glory and the majesty of past times. With its humble beginnings as a port for the Vikings and from the medieval times to the present day Dublin as Ireland’s capital and most cosmopolitan and metropolitan city, this city has come a long way.
The Dublin Castle, built between 1208 and 1220 represents some of the oldest surviving architecture. An epitome of the glory and the majesty of the 12th century, this castle maintains its elegance and still shines through history. The Trinity College, founded in 1592, has been an epic in itself when it comes to traditional venues in Dublin.
You can access more information about various Traditional Venues in Dublin by browsing our Dublin Traditional Venues section.?