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WHERE IS SITUATED DUBLIN? Dublin is the biggest city in Ireland and the capital city if the Republic of Ireland Dublin is situated near the midpoint of Ireland´s east coast. . at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin Region.

Dublin North  By cruise: Celtic Link Ferries Ltd North Quay Extension. Aer Lingus Dublin Airport.HOW TO GO TO DUBLIN?  The most widely used means for travelling. from and within a country is to travel by air. Dublin being one of the most travelled cities has a large number of airlines that serve to provide travelling facility to and from Dublin. to. Dublin 5  By train: Irish Rail Dublin .

WHERE TO GO? One of the oldest is Dublin Castle. It is so famous because here is The Book of Kells is found. the oldest and the most prestigious university in Ireland. The Trinity College (Dublin University). . which was founded by King John of England in 1204.

One of Dublin's newest monuments is the Spire of Dublin. . or officially titled "Monument of Light“.In the north of the city we can find O´Connell Street.

Herbert Park and St Stephen's Green. Goya y Picasso. which is one of the biggest parks in Europe.  There are many important parks as Phoenix Park. Here we can see an exposition about the Ireland art in the XX century and pictures about Velázquez. . The National Gallery of Ireland.

where you can see some rests of old castles and buildings. Another interesting place thanks to its beach is Bray. . rivers.Around Dublin there are some little villages like Dalkey and Sanycove. mountains and wonderful trees. which has a natural landscape where there are lakes. with its characteristic color green. and Glendalough.

cathedrals. There are also a lot of natural attractions for the tourists also where they can enjoy activities like hiking. horse riding and many more outdoor activities. galleries and parks. .WHAT TO DO? There are a number of places to visit in Dublin which includes old churches. Also. angling. trekking. bird watching. museums. castles. Dublin’s Festivals are really famous.

There are literary routes according the authors Joyce. Dublin is a literary city. and also in some pubs you can see shows in direct about their lives. Wilde. The duration of these guide visits is two or three hours and it costs 12€. One of these routes in Dublin is The Literary Pub Crawl. Beckett… You can see the buildings where they lived. ate. .

you can enjoy the fantastic landscapes in Dublin. James's Gate Brewery. . in the Gravity Bar. also known as Guinness Hop Store is located at St. because you can take a pint of Guinness in the seventh floor . It is a factory and a museum where you can learn how to do the beer and other many curiosities about this typical Irish beer. The Guinness Storehouse. Also.

. All is painted in green. Here we can see some events like comedy. artificial fires. This festival has placed for 5 days. and different acts related to the Ireland culture. San Patrick’s Festival: This festival is celebrated the 17th of March. shows. and the music and culture of Dublin are seen in its streets. concerts. where the people enjoy and drink beer. cinema.

You can take the sun and swim in its beaches and have a nice day there during the summer. Dublin has different and known beaches as the Dollymount Strand and Bray.Why don’t we go to the beach? Although the water is cold and the climate is not very hot. You can walk in the sand and ride bike. there ability places for playing golf like The Royal Golf Club of Dublin.  Besides. .

Dublin City has 11 casinos and is one of the 3 cities of Ireland where gambling is legal.Night life in Dublin is more alive and lighted. The Temple Bar is the most important. . Also. dancing and drinking the famous Guinness. There are many bars and pubs in Dublin where you can enjoy music.

shops and markets which make them the right choice for tourists. 7-9 Aston Quai. 82 Lower Gardiner Street. Aston hotel: South city centre. So. You can find different range of hotels according to the purchasing power of the clients.00  Hostels: Many students apply in these institutions from all over the world to study in Dublin. Starting from: €10.WHERE TO STAY?  Hotels: Dublin offers a number of hotels providing comfortable and high standards of living. Dublin 1. Abraham house: Temple Bar.00 . Dublin 2 Starting from: €25. They are also located close to popular tourist destinations. Dublin has cheap hostels for their stay.

Starting from: €79. offering comfortable stay at night and delicious breakfast in the morning. Aalen House: South City Centre 7 Gilford Park. Dublin City Centre Apartments: Temple Bar C/O Browns Hotel. So if you are planning to stay at a homely and friendly place while you visit Dublin. bed and breakfast facilities can be the right choice for you. 89 Lower Gardiner Street. Dublin.00  Bed & Breakfasts: Dublin offers great bed and breakfast facilities for all its visitors. Dublin 1. Apartments: An apartment is a perfect place for living when you want complete privacy and a permanent place for living. Sandymount. Dublin 4 Starting from: €40 . Co.

 Guesthouses: Guesthouses are the best place to stay if you are looking for a comfortable and luxurious place at a comparatively lower price.00 . Drumcondra. Dublin 9 Starting from: €32. Abberley House: Temple Bar 9 Upper Saint Columbas Road. Some of the guesthouses in Dublin are located away from the city which provides peace and serenity.

The exquisitely styled restaurants offer local and traditional as well as contemporary cuisines which make Dublin a place where eating out can be an unforgettable experience.WHERE TO EAT? The city offers a range of restaurants offering delicious cuisines which make it one of the top places of activity and dining out in Ireland. .

101 Talbot 101 Talbot Street. Italian. Indian. French. Restaurants Restaurants in Dublin offer a whole range of cuisines from Thai. Dublin 1 Cuisine: International Price: Moderate  Cafés Situated along the busy pedestrian streets and besides shopping malls. You can enjoy snacks and drinks and an extensive range of pasta. Dublin 2 . Local Irish restaurants in Dublin provide traditional Irish cuisine to their guests. sandwiches. Blazing Salads 42 Drury Street. and Chinese to many more. salads and desserts at the Coffee shops in Dublin.

Dublin Tourism Centre Suffolk Street.More information…  Tourist Offices and Centres A visit to one of the tourist offices in Dublin can be of great help for visitors coming to Dublin. Most tourist offices will not only help you plan your trip but can also arrange for accommodation. Maps of important tourist places and city maps can also be obtained from the tourist offices and centres in Dublin. These tourists office provide you with all the information you may need for your visit. Dublin 2 +353 1 6057700 +353 1 6057757 . car hire and other facilities you might need during your stay.