Weddings in Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, capital of Ireland, the city famous for its pubs and writers, it's a hub of culture and history.

Cosmopolitan in its origins and the principal city of Ireland for most of its thousand-year history, Dublin's cultural life is rich and varied, highlighted by many film and theater offerings including the renowned Dublin Writers Festival and Dublin Theatre Festival.

The Old Library at Trinity College is one of the main sites to visit, with its gorgeously illustrated original manuscript of the Book of Kells and the massive Long Hall of the Old library itself is equally if not even more impressive. The Guinness Storehouse located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery, has been home to the black stuff since 1759, one of Ireland most successful exports.

Christ Church Cathedral, founded in 1028, stands on its high ground in the oldest part of Dublin and it is one of the city's finest historic buildings Powerscourt House and Gardens, just 20 minutes outside Dublin, is a fine example of Dublin’s Georgian architecture and is unique in showing the transition from rococo style to neoclassicism under one roof and it hosts one of the world's greatest gardens.

Newgrange, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO near Dublin, is a prehistoric monument consisting of a large circular mound with a stone passageway and chambers inside. More ancient temple than a passage tomb, it was a place of astrological, spiritual and religious importance.

Dublin and its surroundings is an ideal setting for all those couples who are looking for a beautiful setting abroad to their wedding. Union Videos has roots in Dublin and we have now teamed up with local wedding organizers who can provide a completely tailor-made packages. Contact us for more information.