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The bus service operates from 6 am to ...
Driving Tips
The minimum age of driving in Ireland ...
If its your first time in the city and ...
From the Dublin Airport
The airport is located about 10 miles ...
The DART suburban rail follows a route ...
Care for hire
Visitors are able to rent a car for ...
City in a Day
It is impossible to pack everything into one day, but some major monuments can been seen in one ...
DLR Festival of World Cultures
July 23-25
Over 90% of the festival is free of charge making this one of the most popular ...
Leopardstown Christmas Racing Festival
December 26-29
If you’re into horse-racing, then this is the festival to attend. A ...
Dublin: One City One Book
April 1-30
Each year one book is selected for everyone in the city to read (in the month of ...
When to go
The winters in Dublin can get very extreme and harsh, so it is advisable to visit during the summer ...

Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin today
With a population of approximately 1.1 million, Dublin is the largest city in Ireland. Over the past few years Dublin has evolved into Europe’s hub of art, culture and music. Every street boasts of trendy cafes, restaurants serving fusion cuisine, organic juice bars, pubs, hi-end boutiques and a lot more. Currently, the economy of Ireland is doing extremely well and is averaging an economic growth of 9 percent each year and Dublin is the proof of it all. Each year new festivals are added to the calendar, each one unique in its own way. Dublin is home to icons of literature; Oscar Wilde and

Dublin Back Then
We can date the origins of humans in Dublin to as far back as 140 AD, when astronomer Ptolemy wrote about an ancient Irish settlement by the name of ‘Eblana’. Since then Dublin has been taken over by a number different settlements, from the Christian ecclesiastical ministers, to the Vikings who established a firm Norse influence over the land. Dublin was originally founded as a Norman Viking settlement as early as 841 and was originally called Dubh Linn, meaning black pool/pond. Much of the ancient structures and artifacts from them were uncovered from Wood Quay, located in the city cent

Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel
This is the only Irish castle hotel in close proximity to Dublin – miles or 20 minutes to downtown
Four Seasons Hotel Dublin
One of the most popular restaurants in Dublin, The Four Seasons is known for it’s warmth and exqui
Number 31
Designed by Sam Stephenson, this is a modern, sleek boutique hotel with only 21 rooms that still hav
The Morrison
Super modern and trendy, this luxury hotel is a blend of East and West. Designed by John Roca, the h
The Penthouse at Merrion Hotel
The Penthouse at Merrion Hotel is the epitome of luxury, with stunning views of the Wicklow Mountain
The Shelbourne
Centrally located, The Shelbourne is one of Dublin’s most distinguished hotels. Dating back to 182

Anastasia Boutique
This is a chic boutique for all the fashion savvy female shoppers. With an diverse variety of local
Blanchardstown Centre
This is the largest shopping centre in Ireland, and is a very common tourist attraction as well as a
Brown Thomas
Brown Thomas is located on Graftton Street in Dublin, close to Trinity College is one of the most po
Dundrum Town Centre
One of the largest shopping and entertainment complexes in Europe, Dundrum is an exclusive an new ad
Ilac Shopping Centre
The Ilac Shopping Centre was built in close proximity to Jervis Shopping Centre to provide some comp
Jervis Shopping Centre
This is the largest shopping centre in Dublin. This centrally located shopping complex opened in 199

Dublin Writers Festival
June 1-6
In keeping with recognizing and celebrating Ireland’s literary heritage, the Dubli
National Heritage Week
August 21-29
It’s that time of the year to celebrate Irish heritage! The National Heritage
Christmas and Chocolate in Temple Bar
December 3-5
For everyone with a sweet tooth, this is one festival that shouldn’t be missed
Jameson International Film Festival 2010
Feb 18-28, 2010
Venue: Various city centre cinemas
Film screenings, glitz, glamour, in
Dublin Dance Festival
Inaugurated in 2002, this year will be the 6th edition of the Dublin Dance Festival, the only festiv
Leopardstown Christmas Racing Festival
December 26-29
If you’re into horse-racing, then this is the festival to attend. A four-day

The Tea Room
If you want to catch a glimpse of celebrities, possible Bono or The Edge, here’s you chance. Since
Serves giant burgers (beef, chicken and veggie) and the food is excellent for the price. The joint a
Cuisine - French/Irish/Continental
Famous celebrity chef Derry Clarke is the proprietor of t
Café Carlo
A very popular choice among residents in the city, Café Carlo offers diners a very comfortable and
Gallaghers Boxty House
One of the few fine dining restaurants to serve fully authentic Irish food, Gallaghers is a must-vis
Patrick Guilbaud
Address: 21 Upper Merrion St., Southeast Dublin, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Dublin 2
Phone: 01/676-

Fast Facts
    -Location: Dublin is the capital of Ireland, and is located around the midpoint of the Irish East coast. It is at the centre of the Dublin Region and at the mouth of River Liffey, which flows through the centre of Dublin. The city covers an area of about 115 square kilometers.

    -Dialing code: +353   

            Police: 999 or 112
    Fire: 999 or 112
    Ambulance: 999 or 112
    Airport Inquiry: +353 (0) 1 814 4717
    -Population: Approx. 1.1 million
    -Languages: Irish (Gaelic) and English
    -Time zone: No GMT offset
    -Average January temperatures – Min:3 and Max: 8
    -Average July temperatures – Min: 12 and Max: 19
    -Annual rainfall: 73 mm

Aqua Zone at the National Aquatic Centre
Europe’s largest leisure, water park, the Aqua Zone has a bit of everything for people of all ages but even more so for children. If you ...
Dublin Zoo
What better way to spend the day than to make a trip to the Dublin Zoo, spread over 60 acres and divided into different regions like the ...
Being Ireland’s first interactive museum for children under 9, it has become extremely popular. Exhibits are fun, exciting and extremely ...
National Gallery of Ireland
With over 2500 paintings, a free tour of the gallery on the weekends and free audio guides, this is the perfectly family friendly ...
Health and Safety
When traveling outside your home country, it is always advised to ensure that your travel insurance is up to date and includes medical ...

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