The doors of Dublin

Doors of Dublin

Within the TBEX Travel Blogger Conference in Dublin we have been asked what is typical of the capital of Ireland. Most thought Guinness and whiskey. And of course they are right. But there's more to it, which embodies the city on the Liffey for me - and these are the front doors of the dwellings. The houses themselves are fairly uniform along the streets in the city center. And even on our drive to Dun Laoghaire in the south of Dublin, the houses - maybe also because of the gloomy weather - uniform - if not the doors of Dublin would. Here the Irish become inventive. Even if the given décor is uniform, as with these doors, they differ: in color, in the plant decoration, in their door knockers or other details. I could walk for hours through the streets of Dublin, just to admire the pretty doors that are one of the city's special features for me. Here are some examples:

The doors of Dublin

Doors of Dublin
Doors of Dublin
Doors of Dublin
Doors of Dublin

Travel Arrangements:

Getting there
Lufthansa and Air Lingus fly to Dublin.

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Dublin Sightseeing Tours:
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Hotels in Dublin:
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Text: © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline
Photos: © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline

The doors of Dublin

6 thoughts too "The doors of Dublin"

  1. Yes, the doors are really special. Not for nothing there are numerous postcard motifs of them :)
    I even worked on one of the most famous doors and the door where I lived was blue <3

    1. I think these doors are just great. Especially at Merrion Square there are many different ones.

  2. The doors look really great, especially the door on the first picture I like very much.
    It looks so homey and you get curious about what it might look like behind it.

    1. I always feel that way. I would like to know what it looks like behind these doors. They look really inviting.

  3. I love to look at the windows and doors while traveling. Somehow this is also part of culture for me. Especially if the doors have to meet certain standards, as in Ireland, they can look so different.

    Thank you for this insight and kind regards,
    wibke

    1. Hello Wibke,

      Yes, we feel that too. Especially in Dublin I always notice that. Walking around Merrion Square you can admire great doors - one more beautiful than the other.

      Best regards,
      Monika and Petar

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