1. River Liffey
East of the city centre the River Liffey flows through the modernised dockland area. There are a number of interesting walks along the river bank or through the Financial Center..
3. Dublin's Cathedrals
Dublin's imposing Cathedrals dating back to the 12th century and before lie on the south side of the city..
4. South City
Visit Trinity College and walk along Dame Street and visit Dublin Castle and City Hall..
5. Phoenix Park
One of the largest walled city parks in Europe lies about 3km from the city centre and is easily accessibly by tram (Luas).
6. Grand Canal
The Grand Canal comes to an end in the Grand Canal Dock area, now one of Dublin's most vibrant districts, with a range of cafes, bars, restaurants. The canal takes a semi circle route along the south city, heading west through a series of locks known as the C locks, until it reaches Drimnagh in West Dublin. After which it heads due west. ..
Trinity DublinTrinity College Dublin, established as a University in 1592 is in the heart of Dublin on the city's south side, close to Grafton Street and at the end of Dame Street. See More
Temple Bar DublinTemple Bar Dublin is a lively hang out area for tourists. It is on the south side of the city, between the River Liffey and Dame Street. Many of the pubs have live musicians playing into the early hours. Though the price of beer etc. is more expensive than in other areas such as along George Street, Baggot Street and even around Grafton Street so don't limit yourself to just one area.
Dublin MarathonThe Dublin Marathon is held every year on what is called the October Bank Holiday, the last Monday in October, so the date changes from year to year. To find out more above Dublin see our Moving Postcards, to find out more about the marathon visit the marathon's website. See website http://sseairtricitydublinmarathon.ie/
Ireland FactsPlanning on visiting Ireland ? Looking for information on Ireland ? Then why not check out the Moving Postcards of Ireland's Capital City Dublin.
Dublin Ireland WeatherPlanning a trip to Dublin, then check the weather at the BBC weather link. It's usually reasonably accurate. See website http://www.bbc.com/weather/2964574
City in IrelandVisiting Ireland ? Looking for a city in Ireland ? On these pages you can see some beautiful images and videos of Dublin City. On the Ireland page we have many more great places and cities in Ireland such as Cork, Galway and smaller towns like Wexford. See More
A list of things to do in Dublin Ireland.Trinity College, Christ Church, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Guiltiness Hop Store, Shop in Grafton Street or Henry Street, trip on the River Liffey, trip on the Dart to Howth, Malahide or Dunlaoighaire.
What to do in Dublin.Dublin is a great city to spend a few days, a long week end or weeks and even months. For the short stay visitor the main things to see are Trinity College, The Book of Kells, Christ Church, St. Patricks Cathedral, The National Museum, GPO, a beer in Temple Bar. Further a field visit the fishing Port of Howth and the scenic area of Wicklow and Glendalough. See the main Dublin sights on Moving Postcards.
Air LingusIntending to visit Ireland ? Checking on air lines ? Be careful to spell the name of the Irish airline correctly when searching. The name is Aer Lingus which is derived through the Anglicisation of the Gaelic Aer Loingeas, meaning air fleet. To see some of the amazing places in Ireland check the Moving Postcards below or follow the link to Ireland. To visit Aer Lingus follow the link. See website http://www.aerlingus.com/