Dublin, Ireland Trip Plan

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This trip will cost 3588.40$ from College Station’s small airport to the airport in Dublin, Ireland. It will take approximately 14 hours and 25 minutes to get there. You will need money for food, taxis, buses, hotels, and admission. On your trip, you can go to these amazing places!

The Irish Film Institute

The Irish Film Institute is a theatre where you can relax from a busy day by drinking served coffee, cakes, and watching a film on the big screen. It is filled with comfortable chairs and tables where you can eat at. They have a staff that keeps it incredibly clean and tidy and if you become tired of the film, you can go outside to the breathtaking courtyard that is overly filled with flowers. It is open from 9:00 PM- Midnight, depending on the movies that are showing. So come and relax in the Irish Film Institute! This is not a place to sleep. You can sleep at the Aspect Hotel Dublin Parkwest. It is cheap with 55$ per person per night and it is a very nice and comfortable place to stay. You will not need a place to eat nearby. You will be served there.

The National Concert Hall

The National Concert Hall is Ireland's best place for the performance of live music. Over 500 events a year take place, with weekly performances by their resident orchestra, the RTE National Symphony Orchestra as well as other bands ranging from classical to jazz, opera to traditional, as well as staged musicals, dance and world music, education events, lectures and much more, the National Concert Hall is an amazing place for all musical tastes. You should pay a visit to see the best of Irish and even international musicians and orchestras perform in one of Europe's best leading concert halls. You will be served at their café. There are no places to sleep here. You would stay at the nearest hotel, Number 31, and it would be 336$ per person per night and it is one of the finest hotels in Dublin. You will eat at the Sixty6.

The Aviva Stadium

The tour of Aviva Stadium, home of Irish football and rugby is a fun, informative and exciting experience for both adults and children. It had closed down once, but it reopened its doors and now has a seated capacity of 51,700. It is the oldest rugby union ground in the whole world and the oldest sports stadium in Europe. Aviva Stadium is the home of the Irish national rugby and Republic of Ireland national football team. Aviva Stadium is now Ireland's only category elite stadium and has won a number of awards. It opens from 10 AM-4 PM. They have a concession stand available for you. You may also eat at the Winding Stair nearby.

The National Botanic Gardens

The National Botanic Gardens are places consisted of calm and beauty. It’s a research institution and the gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several iron glasshouses. The National Botanic Gardens holds a remarkable museum of plant products and artifacts. The museum was made over 100 years ago! You can visit there on the way to their creative assembled gardens. They even made a portrait of Jayce Joice in tulips! The hours depend on the day, month, and season. You will have a cabin here. You will eat at Yamamori Sushi.

You are going to love this place!

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