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Dublin

Key Information

Dublin is the largest city in Ireland. The city covers a large area, with the River Liffey running through the center. English and Irish are the official languages, although many locals also speak other languages.
 
Population: 1, 300,000
Students’ Population: 110,000
Area: (115 km2)
Language: English and Irish
Time Zone: UTC+1
 

Why Go To Dublin

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is a popular destination for visitors looking for a blend of history, culture, and lively entertainment. The city is famous for its rich literary history, with attractions such as the Dublin Writers Museum and the Trinity College Library. Dublin’s lively nightlife includes traditional Irish music and pubs, modern clubs, and high-end bars and restaurants. The city also offers breathtaking coastal landscapes and attractive gardens, such as St. Stephen’s Green, which is popular with locals and visitors alike. Dublin is also an ideal location for exploring the surrounding countryside of Ireland’s rolling hills, rural farmlands, and breathtaking scenery.

Transport in Dublin

Dublin has a well-connected public transport network, including buses, trams, and trains, linking both visitors and locals to all areas of the city and beyond. The Leap Card, available to visitors, offers a smart and cost-effective way to travel by public transport, and taxis and Uber are widely available. Visitors can also explore the city on foot or by bike with numerous bike rental services offered in the city.

Climate in Dublin

Dublin has a mild, temperate climate, influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. Summers are mild, with average temperatures of around 20°C (68°F), making it an ideal time for visitors to enjoy outdoor activities in the city. Winters can be chilly with average temperatures of around 4°C (39°F), but the city’s festive Christmas atmosphere makes it a popular destination during that time of the year.

Cost of Living in Dublin

Dublin is a costly city, with many products and services more expensive than in other European cities. Accommodation and dining prices can vary greatly depending on location and level of service. However, visitors can find budget-friendly hostels, eateries and pubs, and take advantage of special offers and out of season discounts.

Where To Go in Dublin

Dublin has many attractions to offer visitors, including the iconic Guinness Storehouse, which offers tours of the famous brewery and samples of the iconic Black Stuff. The centuries-old Trinity College is home to the renowned Book of Kells, a world-famous illuminated manuscript and is a must-visit location for those who love history and art. Dublin Castle, which dates back to the 13th century, is an iconic historic landmark, and Phoenix Park, one of Europe’s largest parks, offers visitors an escape from the bustle of city life.