The doors of Dublin

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Doors of Dublin

At the TBEX travel bloggers conference in Dublin, we were asked what is typical of the capital of Ireland. Most said Guinness and whisky. Of course they are right. But there's definitely more that embodies the town on the Liffey for me - and that's the front doors of the houses.

The houses themselves appear fairly uniform along the city center streets. On our trip to Dun Laoghaire in the south of Dublin, too, the houses look uniform – perhaps because of the cloudy weather. 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 - White
Doors of Dublin
Dublin's Doors
Doors of Dublin

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The doors of Dublin

Monika Fuchs

Monika Fuchs and Petar Fuchs are the authors and publishers of the Slow Travel and Enjoyment travel blog TravelWorldOnline Traveller. You have been publishing this blog since 2005. TravelWorldOnline has been online since 2001. Your topics are Trips to Savor and wine tourism worldwide and Slow Travel. During her studies, Monika Fuchs spent some time in North America, where she traveled to the USA and Canada - sometimes together with Petar Fuchs - and spent a research year in British Columbia. This strengthened her thirst for knowledge, which she pursued for 6 years Adventure Guide for Rotel Tours and then for 11 years as Study tour guide for Studiosus Reisen tried to breastfeed all over the world. She constantly expanded her travel regions, but curiosity still gnawed at her: “What is beyond the horizon? What else is there to discover in this city? Which people are interesting here? What do you eat in this region?” These are the questions she is now trying to answer as a freelance travel journalist (her articles have appeared in DIE ZEIT, 360° Canada, 360° USA, etc.), among others. travel writer and travel blogger answers in many countries around the world. Petar Fuchs produces the videos on this blog as well as on YouTube. Monika Fuchs from TravelWorldOnline is below Germany's top 50 bloggers in 2021 Other Information about Monika and Petar Fuchs. Recommendations on LinkedIn from tourism experts Further recommendations from cooperation partners and tourism experts Professional experience Monika on LinkedIn

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,

    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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