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Originally a small Viking settlement (its name comes from Dubh Linn meaning dark pool) the Dublin of today is a vibrant capital city bursting with a variety of surprising experiences where city living thrives side by side with the natural outdoors.

Nightime view across the River Liffey to a brightly lit Dublin/

River Liffey (Tourism Ireland)

View across yellow flowers to the sandy beach at Malahide, Co Dublin/

Malahide Beach (Tourism Ireland)

Flag flying from the tower of Dalkey Castle, Dublin/

Dalkey Castle (Tourism Ireland)

Couple tasting whiskey at the Jameson brewery in Dublin/

(Tourism Ireland)

Couple walking through the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin/

National Botanic Gardens, Dublin (Tourism Ireland)

Couple walking down the steps at the entrance to the Gate Theatre in Dublin/

(Tourism Ireland)

Staute of Molly Malone pushing a cart in the centre of Dublin/

Molly Malone (Tourism Ireland)

Two ladies walking past the red painted Temple Bar in Dublin/

Temple Bar (Tourism Ireland)

Train tracks leading through cobbled streets to the black painted entrance gate of Guinness Stroehouse in Dublin/

Guinness Storehouse (Tourism Ireland)

Crowds watching people dancing at the Smithfield Festival in Dublin/

Smithfield Festival (Tourism Ireland)

People tasting whisky beside the copper stills at Jameson Distillery in Dublin/

Jameson Distillery (Tourism Ireland)

Couple canoeing beside a stone arched bridge over the River Liffey in Dublin/

(Tourism Ireland)

People walking past the stone built GPO building in Dublin/

Dublins GPO Building (Tourism Ireland)

People walking through the lawns beside a fountain in front of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin/

St Patrick's Cathedral (Tourism Ireland)

Tourists enjoying a boat trip along the Grand Canal, Dublin/

Grand Canal (Tourism Ireland)

Couple walking through the Temple Bar area in Dublin/

(Tourism Ireland)

Night time view of the Ha'penny bridge in Dublin spanning the River Liffey/

Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin (Tourism Ireland)

People sitting outside a white painted pub in Ireland enjoying drinks and listening to a group of traditional Irish musicians/

(Tourism Ireland)

Today’s Dublin is a swirling mixture of energy, culture and excitement. It is a fantastic destination for tourists, students, writers and musicians.

Dublin is synonymous with pubs and for many tourists the first thing on their to-do list is to order the obligatory pint of Guinness!

Yet there is much more to Dublin, one cannot wander through its streets without taking into account it’s awesome literary past. It is the birthplace of Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce and Jonathan Swift. WB Yeats also lived on Merrion Square for a time.

Music is an integral part of Irish culture and society, and so it is no surprise that there is an abundance of exciting live music venues in Dublin, ranging from traditional to modern and offbeat; from fresh faced buskers on Grafton Street to the traditional melodies emanating from the many pubs and contemporary venues showcasing home-grown talent and international artists. Dublin lives for music.

Dublin was the birthplace of Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy and you can visit his statue located on Harry Street, just off Grafton Street or visit Molly Malone’s statue located on Suffolk Street, James Joyce’s statue or the two Irish ladies, nicknamed ‘the hags with the bags’.

Visit the Docklands and see the haunting famine memorial dedicated to those Irish people forced to emigrate during the 19th century Irish Famine. Whilst staying in Dublin visit Dublin Castle, the National Botanic Gardens and the Book of Kells at Trinity College or Dublin Zoo in Phoenix Park. Take time to enjoy the Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery tours. Dublin really does have something for everyone.

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