A Guide to Dublin
Standing for more than 1000 years on the bank of the river Liffey. Dublin is one of Europe’s top cultural cities and a much sought-after holiday destination.
Lively and vibrant, Dublin’s streets combine old-world charm with bustling cosmopolitan themes. Today, Ireland’s capital city is one in which you will find, top designers, world renowned entertainers and ethically diverse dining experiences. However, there is still that same hundred-thousand welcomes, the cead mile failte for which the Irish and Dubliners are justly famous!
From the zany and accessible fun of Trinity College’s new Science Museum to the elegance of the city’s central shopping districts in Henry Street, Grafton Street and St Stephen’s Green, from the international helter-skelter of the financial district to the instant relaxation of the pubs, bars, cafés and restaurants, from the all-pervasive image of the pint of Guinness, Dublin is open like never before, for business and for fun.