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Many famed bands and musicians have given impromptu performances here, including Bono of U2.
Aside from buskers, you will find a broad range of boutiques, jewelers, and department stores including upmarket Brown Thomas.
Many would say that the jewel in the crown is Bewley's Oriental Café, a Dublin institution at this location since 1927.
If on a shopping spree it's well worth taking a slight diversion to the arty Powerscourt Townhouse Centre with its designer shops and trendy places to eat.
James Joyce once famously said, 'in the particular is contained the universal,' which neatly sums up the ethos of this treasure trove.
In the minutiae of people's belongings, history is indeed writ large.
Although Dublin sprawls rather than soars, the city center is easily explored on-foot and a convenient transport network takes you wherever you wish to go.
Trinity College is probably the best spot to kick off your Dublin tour.
Dubbed a UNESCO City of Literature in 2010, Dublin's written tradition stretches back to 800 A. with The Books of Kells, which is now on permanent exhibition at Trinity College.
Residing in a wide bay, Dublin lies between Howth in the north and the headland of Dalkey to the south.
The River Liffey, which flows into the harbor, slices the city in two.
Opened in 2011 following an appeal for mementos and artefacts, the museum has gone from strength to strength and now hosts an array of temporary exhibitions and events as well as permanent installations, including a U2 retrospective with exhibits donated by band members. Kennedy when he addressed both houses of the Irish Parliament (Oireachtas) in June 1963.
Hours: Open Monday-Sunday 9.30am-5pm, Thursdays 9.30am-8pm Admission: Adults €7, senior citizens (over 65) €5.50, students/under 18 €4.50, family €14 (up to 2 adults and 3 children), children under 3 free Address: 15 St.