Dublin Travel Guide

Dublin means 'Town of the Hurdled Ford' in Irish. It is both the largest city as well as the capital of Ireland. It is situated near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the opening of the River Liffey and at the middle of the Dublin Region. It was established as a Viking settlement, and ever since then the city has been Ireland's most important city for majority of the island's history through medieval times.

At present, it is an economic, administrative as well as cultural hub for the island of Ireland. Dublin is one amongst the constituent cities in the Dublin-Belfast corridor region that has a population of below 3 million.

Dublin is the largest city, as well as capital of Ireland, which is situated near the middle of east coast of Ireland. It has been the major city of island since medieval times. It was considered to be the fifth riches city of the world. You will find a large number of top Irish and Eire attractions along with plenty of places to visit in Dublin that include Museums, Castles, Stately Homes, Art Galleries, Theme Parks and Zoo. What more can one wish for a perfect holiday? All this and lots more fun makes it an exciting place to spend your next vacation.

Hotels in Dublin

You can find an array of hotels in Dublin and can opt for the one that is best suited to your needs. From 5 star luxury hotels to discounted one, you will be spoilt for choices. Some of these are Finnstown Country House Hotel, Dainty Georgian Hotel, Fleet Street Hotel and many more.

Famous Places in Dublin

The famous places in Dublin are Ardgillen Castle in Balbriggan, Ayesha Castle in Killiney, Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle, City Hall, The Custom House, Dublin Viking Adventure, Dublin Writers Museum, Femhill Gardens, James Joyce Tower Museum and a lot more exciting places to visit

Night Life in Dublin

You can enjoy the vibrant nightlife in Dublin, as it is one of the few most youthful places of Europe. In fact, it was voted as the friendliest city of Europe in 2007. There are very many pubs across the city centre. Most popular night clubs are The Dragon, The George and many more pubs are also there.

Entertainment in Dublin

Entertainment in Dublin knows no bound with so many night clubs, pubs and bars. You can enjoy live music performances, theatres, a variety of sports and much more. As far as, shopping is concerned you have a wide range of choices and venues with places like Grafton Street, Stephen’s Green shopping Centre and Jervis Shopping Centre.

Top Restaurants & Bars in Dublin

You can relish the mouth watering dishes, no matter what your choice is. Dublin has a large number of restaurants that offer world famous cuisines from different parts of the world. These include Italian, Chinese, Lebanese, Thai, Japanese, Indian, English and so on.

Where to Stay in Dublin

If you are searching for an accommodation that can be availed at nominal rates without letting it affect your pocket, then Dublin offers plethora of choices with inns, apartments, cottages, self catering places to stay.

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