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Virtual Tour of HaPenny Bridge, Dublin, Ireland
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Angela says:
"Such amazing shopping and a really great vibe. You will feel at home straight away! "
 
Cara says:
"This is a wonderful bridge sooooo worth seeing. The Dublin tour buses are great to hop on and off. Ireland is a place that will have something for everyone!!!! "
 
Claire says:
"This lovely bridge is just one of the many sights you'll see on the hop on hop off bus trips around Dublin, which are great value for money!!! Dublin is a wonderful city, must see attractions include the prison tour and the Jamesons factory - had a brilliant time even though the weather was cold "
 
Herbert Pilc says:
"beautiful views"
 
hayley says:
"Dublin's O'Connell Bridge is the only bridge in Europe as wide as it is long."
 
Iain Bryson says:
"Dublin is a joy, my favourite city, great for families, lots to see and do - from Viking World to the Guinness storehouse, something for everyone. The hop-on-hop off bus tours are a must – great value for money – lasts for 24hrs, so if you start at 2pm one afternoon you get travel all of the next morning too. Staying out of the city in one of the cheap hotels is not a problem as their public transport system is second-to-none. The locals are so friendly and it is steeped in such recent history 1916 and all that – I guarantee you will fall in love with this city and always want to come back for more! "
 
Jackie Hamilton says:
"Dublin is a fantastic city to visit, however its very busy & cramped & i think it would be difficult for people with very small children. I have stayed in various great hotels in the city , however my all time favourite has to be the Clarence. It isnt the cheapest but worth the extra cost. I think its fantastic for sprcial occasions & they do reasonable package deals. The restaurant is best experience ever & worth a visit even if you arn't staying in the hotel."
 
Iwan Williams says:
"Well, I don't want to say much, because everybody should discover everything on their own, and in Dublin there are so many things to do and see that I would surely forget something. Simply: go there, and you will enjoy it, whatever you might want to do: go out and party, shopping,… more sightseeing, etc. The only thing you should pay attention to is the weather, which is often raining!"
 
Keith Hopwood says:
"Dublin is as wonderful a city as the people who live there. So much to see, so much to do, and for all ages, you'll never be bored!"
 
Lucy Taylor says:
"This old-fashioned crossing that spans the River Liffey is right in the heart of Dublin. A stroll along the river banks is one of the best ways to see the city."
 
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