The capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin (or Baile Átha Cliath, as it is called in Irish), is a must visit destination in Europe.
It is one of our favourite cities, because of its special vibe and the variety of things to do in Dublin. Whether you just want to culturally immerse yourself, get lost in Dublin’s intricate history or just want to enjoy yourself by sauntering through streets, parks and soaking up the special atmosphere of Dublin’s vivid pub scene, we’re sure that you will really enjoy yourself here.
Located on the east coast of Ireland and with a big international airport, it is easy to get here, enjoy it as a weekend city break or use Dublin as a springboard to visit the rest of Ireland.
The greater Dublin area has a population of about 2 million people making it the most densely populated area in whole island of Ireland. This makes it one of the most interesting areas in Ireland. It boasts many great attractions and things to do in Dublin city centre from walking around cultural areas, like Temple Bar, to exploring Trinity College or Dublin Castle to experiencing Guinness Storehouse or many of Dublin’s unique pubs.
Dublin is also home to some of the most stunning museums (most of them free of charge!), such as the National Museum of Ireland, and has an internationally renowned food scene. As a progressive, international city, there is a great range of hotels including many luxury, solid midrange and budget options.
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