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Choose A Hotel Break In Dublin For A Memorable Holiday
Now that February is truly upon us, it can be easy to fall into the winter doldrums. After all, the warm glow of Christmas is now a distant memory and the excitement of summer surely lies too far in the distance. But don't get too disheartened by the February blues; in fact, February might be the best time to go on holiday, as many travel sites offer discounted rates during this month, due to dips in the travel market.

A weekend break in Dublin in February could be just the thing to cure your dreary winter countenance. Dublin is one of Europe's most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities, providing visitors with a plethora of cultural activities and exciting nightlife for entertainment.

Choose to take a trip to Dublin in February and explore the city's various galleries and museums. And if you travel by ferry, you'll even be able to take your car or motorbike to Dublin with you for an easier way to travel around the city.

If you're a literature fan, why not visit the Dublin Writers Museum. Famous writers from Dublin include W.B. Yeats, Samuel Beckett and James Joyce, and the Dublin Writers Museum is an excellent showcase of the best of Ireland's deep literary heritage.

Holidaymakers in Dublin can also visit the Irish Museum of Modern Art - one of the country's leading national institutions for the collection of modern and contemporary art. And you can't leave Dublin without a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, a former Guinness fermentation plant that has now been remodelled into the shape of a pint of Guinness!

Better yet, if you choose to visit Dublin in February, you'll be able to enjoy one of the city's many festivals that occur annually: the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival. Now in its fifth year, the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival runs from February 16th to 25th, and this year's guest line up includes young Irish rising stars such as Cillian Murphy and Padraic Delaney.

If you do choose to visit Ireland, make sure you take advantage of the wide range of special February offers on hotel breaks to Dublin. For instance, take the ferry from Holyhead to Dublin and you might be able to save money on travel to Ireland, especially if you're travelling with a group of people.

What's more, if you choose to take your car or motorbike on the ferry to Ireland, you'll not only have more convenient transport in the city, but you'll also be able to drive to other destinations in Ireland during your travels. Taking your car or motorbike on the ferry to Ireland, therefore, can bestow a wealth of benefits. Simply choose to visit Ireland in February to save money on a holiday that is sure to be infinitely memorable!
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