After Obama And The Queen, Why Don’t You Explore Dublin For €10 This Summer?
Generator Hostels Summer Sale- 500 beds for €10 from July to September
Following the footsteps of the world’s most influential leaders, the Irish capital Dublin is definitely the place to visit this summer. With Generator Hostels starting its summer sale on Wednesday 25th May people now will have the incredible opportunity to stay for € 10 per night in one of their newest hostels in Ireland. During the summer month July to September the hostel offers cheap accommodation for all types of travellers’, adventurers and city lovers.
Why not experience Irelands’ traditional top spots?
Here are only a few of the exciting activities Dublin has on offer:
1. Hide away and listen to some traditional Irish tunes at the Cobblestone Pub in Smithfield. The musicians’ corner downstairs attracts traditional players who you’d pay to see elsewhere, while the paying venue upstairs rarely books a duff band. This is a traditional Irish pub, without all the touristy frills.
2. Stock up on souvenirs at Georges Street Arcade. Head five minutes away from the crowds at busy Grafton Street to this unique shopping arcade full of boutique stores, ideal for stocking up on everything from stylish clothes to collectable items.
3. Drink like a Dubliner at Messrs Maguire Pub and Brewers. Home to Dublin’s finest craft beers and the most discerning whiskeys since Zozimus rambled along the Liffey’s banks. Established in 1808, you can expect a true sense of tradition with your tipple.
4. Picnic away from the paparazzi at Iveagh Gardens. Developed in the 18th century, these gardens are so secret that they’re quiet even in the height of summer. Established when all things Gothic were the height of fashion, the paparazzi will be easily scared off by the park’s dark ivy-clad corners and eerie statues.
“Dublin is a vibrant and buzzing city, full of surprising corners and traditions. It is a place, which should not been left out on your trip through Europe. With € 10 spend on accommodation you have more money available for exploring the city. The Cobblestone is my personal favourite a must-see for traditional Irish music”, Alison Armitage, sales and marketing director at Generator Hostels said after her last trip to Dublin.
About Generator Hostels (www.generatorhostels.com)
With over 15 years of experience Generator Hostels is one of the leading backpacker destinations worldwide. Generator Hostel welcomes over 480,000 travellers from all over the world every year with hostels located currently in Berlin and London, offering excellent facilities and everything budget travellers need to stay entertained under one roof. Each hostel has a bar and a travel desk, where excursions can be booked and local information and travel tips can be found. Additional facilities include luxury female dorms, en-suite rooms, as well as bed linen and Wi-Fi at no extra charge.
For the second year running Generator hostel has been awarded budget accommodation of the year by Visit London in 2009 and 2010.
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