Dublin Visitor Information
The lively party town of Dublin is split into two sides, the South and the North. A popular tourist area is that of Temple Bar. Here you'll find a combination of cobbled streets and coffee shops galore. Its a great place to stay as it is bang in the centre of all the places to go and see and you are always a stone's throw away from many of the city's bars and night scene in general.
Places to see in Dublin are many and should include visits to the medieval city. Dublin Castle, and the cathedrals of Christchurch and St Patrick are stunning and will take your breath away. If your love of reading has brought you to Dublin, there is the Literary Tour that you will need to book up for. You will learn of the early beginnings of James Joyce as well as visiting the Dublin Writer's Museum with its first Gaelic translation of the Old Testament. You will even discover the corridors of Trinity College where learned the great literary giants of Swift, Stoker and Wilde.
While in Dublin you are in a great position to visit some pretty villages out of town. The electronic light rail system known as DART will take you to the seaside as well as the peaceful countryside where you can recharge your batteries and return to the bustle of city life.