Dublin

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About Dublin
Dublin is the capital of Ireland is situated near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast.

Tops picks for visitors include Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle and Temple Bar, one of the city's oldest areas.

Museums include the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Archaeology and the National Gallery.

Ardgillan Castle is a country house in Balbriggan, Fingal. It is set in the 200 acre Ardgillan Demesne.

Right on the city’s doorstep, the Dublin Mountains offer a range of activities to try out. Orienteer, mountain bike or just take a walk through the forest and mountain trails in one the many recreation sites.

Known as 'The Garden of Ireland', County Wicklow is one of Ireland's true scenic treasures with its magnificent hills and mountains, rivers and lakes and just one hour south of the city.

Malahide and Portmarnock are both picturesque seaside villages on the north coast of Dublin. Malahide is popular for marine activities and has a marina, attractive restaurants and pubs as well as boutique shopping. Portmarnock is renowned for its world class golf course which opened in 1894. The Golf course and hotel located right on the beach are built around the former home of the Jameson distilling family.

Dublin’s coastline is dotted with many beaches. Dollymount Strand located on North Bull Island is within easy reach and offers scenic views and sand dunes to explore. Killiney Beach is a stoney beach perfect for sifting through decorative stones and exploring rock pools.

Learn about Ireland's famous brew at the Guinness Storehouse museum or visit the Old Jameson Distillery that dates back to 1780.

The central shopping area runs from O’Connell Street to Grafton Street. Here you will find one of the best shopping areas in Ireland. Fine Irish linens, hand-knit woollen items and hand-loomed cashmere knits are all popular buys here.

Local food to sample include bacon and cabbage, coddle, Irish stew, colcannon and of course Guinness and Irish whiskey.
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Smaller ships can come up the river Liffey close to the city centre while the larger vessels berth in Alexandra Quay, located 2kms from the city centre. The area is industrial so shuttle buses are usually laid on by cruise lines and taxis are available.

The Irish Life Shopping Centre between Abbey and Talbot streets is close to the port.

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