Best City Honeymoon: Dublin, Ireland
Where to Stay Start out at Butlers Town House Hotel, close to restaurants, bars and the rugby stadium. Rooms start at around $150 a night. Then head outside of the city to Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, an eighteenth-century -- you guessed it -- castle 20 minutes from the Dublin City Centre. Rooms start at around $200 per night -- well worth it when you walk through the doors and step into old-world luxury.
Where to Eat Treat yourselves to fresh seafood at The Lobster Pot, an upscale restaurant with an extensive wine list and out-of-this-world crab claws. Two entrées will land you somewhere around $100 -- a splurge you definitely won't regret for one night. Also check out Gallagher's Boxty House for pub fare. And if you're still not full, head over to Queen of Tarts on Dame Street for scones, cakes and cookies.
What to Do Get historical and go on the 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour ($17 per person). If shopping's your thing, check out Henry Street for typical Irish swag. Then take a stroll over Ha'penny Bridge. It's romantic -- and free.
What to Pack Even if you're heading to Dublin in July, you'll want to bring an umbrella...and a sweater. The weather is sporadic, and even the summer months can feel a bit soggy. But fear not: You'll likely need sunscreen too!
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