In the east of Ireland, directly on the coast, lies the capital Dublin
Every year hundreds of thousands of tourists visit the city of Dublin and are impressed by the diversity of the city and its sights
Big city flair, green parks, classy boutiques or the wild coast of Ireland - in Dublin you will certainly find what you are looking for on a city trip and you can still enjoy the relaxed and cosy atmosphere of the city.
Dublin is a place where history, art and culture come together to be discovered. And after the sightseeing tour of Dublin, you can end the evening in one of the countless pubs with a classic Irish Guinness beer.
Facts & Figures:
Dublin is 117.8 km² in size and has about 510,000 inhabitants. The Irish name of the town, Baile Átha Cliath, means "town at the hurdle ford".
St. Patrick's Cathedral, the statue of Molly Malone, Trinity College, Phoenix Park, the Guinness Brewery, the National Museum or the Botanical Garden are impressive sights of Dublin.
On the south bank of the Liffey, which runs through the city, is the Temple Bar cultural district, which awaits tourists with an ever-changing nightlife. In the medieval alleys, pub after pub, where live music and the odd delicious Guinness awaits you.
Wool jackets and sweaters, Irish whiskey, tin whistles or small leprechauns (mythical creatures and one of Ireland's landmarks) are common souvenirs from the capital of Ireland.