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Dublin, the capital city of Eire or the Republic of Ireland, is a fun city with a youthful atmosphere. There are many charms to entertain all.
A key attraction in the city is the Guinness Storehouse, where you can learn all about how the famous black Irish drink is made, and enjoy a glass whilst on the observation deck that looks out over the city. The Jamesons Distellery is another top spot to sample some Irish drink – the fiery whisky is sure to tingle your taste buds!
A rather unusual attraction is St Michan's Church, where a guide will lead you down into the crypt where you can see some tombs, and a couple of naturally mummified corpses. It is slightly macabre, slightly unreal, and ever so slightly hilarious! The city boasts two spectacular cathedrals, St Patrick's Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral. There are many museums, including the interactive and informative Dublinia. Dublin Castle and Dublin Zoo add to the diverse attractions, and Kilmainham Gaol is a great place for history buffs. Here one can also see where the rebels from the uprisings were executed.
For nightlife, the Temple Bar area offers excellent craic. Live Irish music is a huge hit. Restaurants and an array of accommodation options are easy to find.
The city has an airport, which is a major way that people enter Dublin. There are good road and rail links, as well as a ferry port. Visitors may also access Dublin by ferry via Dun Laoghaire.
Browse our Dublin Holidays or the Dublin Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Ireland Holidays guide.