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An introduction to Dublin
Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is a popular weekend destination with tourists, offering a combination of history, culture and plenty of good old Irish 'craic'. Whether you're going to Dublin to enjoy the diverse architecture or simply to sup a few pints of authentic Guinness, you can't fail to be taken in by the charming Irish hospitality and overwhelming sense of fun.
Dublin in brief
Dublin is located in the province of Leinster, at the mouth of the River Liffey on Ireland's east coast. It became the capital of the Irish Free State - and later of the Republic of Ireland - following the country's partition and the formation of Northern Ireland in 1922. Dubliners enjoy plenty of open spaces; 97 per cent of residents live within 300m of their nearest park and the city has a greater density of green spaces than any other capital city in Europe.
What not to miss
Dublin has a number of impressive landmarks, many of which are hundreds of years old. Here are a few of the attractions that visitors to the Irish capital should try to see:
Dublin Castle - The castle was first founded in the 13th century and is now a major tourist attraction and conference centre. The buildings are usually open to the public, although the castle often hosts state functions and has held several European Council meetings.
Guinness Storehouse - The St James's Gate Brewery has been producing Guinness since 1759. The site features a seven-storey building, remodelled into a giant pint of Guinness, which informs visitors about the black stuff, as well as providing 360-degree views over the city.
National Gallery of Ireland - More than 2,500 paintings and thousands of other works of art are housed at the National Gallery, including works by Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, Caravaggio and Irish masters.
Book of Kells - Written around 800 AD, the Book of Kells is one of the most beautifully illustrated books ever created. It contains the texts of the Four Gospels in Latin and was written by Irish monks. At some point in the manuscript's history, it was buried to protect it against the Vikings, before being rediscovered and given a new home at Trinity College Library in the 17th century.
How to get to the city
Dublin Airport is located north of the city and is the 25th busiest airport in Europe. It offers a number of low-cost carriers travelling to and from short and medium-haul destinations, as well as long-haul services to the US and the Middle East.
When to go
May and September are nice times of year to visit Dublin, as the weather is mild and the city is not too busy. The weather is warmer during the summer months, but the streets are usually more packed. Those wishing to experience Ireland's party spirit in full swing should consider visiting in March, when the St Patrick's Day Festival takes over Dublin on March 17th.
If you're planning a trip to Ireland, why not take a look at our holiday apartments in Dublin? We offer high quality accommodation in key central locations that is often much more affordable than staying in a hotel.
Dublin apartments Total rating: 8,21/10 - 165
Spacious apartment for our company (3 adults), well equipped, two nice bathrooms. Good location, about half an hours walk to downtown Dublin or you could catch one of the buses.
The apartment is close to the headquarters of the company meaning it was easy for us to leave our luggage there on the day of departure.
Karsten Denmark, stayed in Dublin, 11/07/2013-15/07/2013
Yes.The in general good level of the accommodations and the relatively non intrusive way of appartments management.
Francisco Portugal, stayed in Dublin, 22/06/2013-29/06/2013
The apartment is very centrally located, but is still very quiet. We were already at the airport contacted by phone to determine the exact time of key collection. The reception was very friendly, everything went smoothly. Despite the central location and the fact that the apartment is at ground level, we felt absolutely safe because the whole apartment complex is only secured several zugängige doors with keys. Our apartment was out for Innennhof, and we are very satisfied. Would definitely stay there again.
Astrid Switzerland, stayed in Dublin, 16/05/2013-20/05/2013
nice spacial apartment with good comfort and modern facilities.
Erik Portugal, stayed in Dublin, 04/03/2013-07/03/2013
Very central but quiet! Well equipped.
Silca Germany, stayed in Dublin, 14/12/2012-17/12/2012
Everything went well, the apartment is very well decorated and very comfortable.!
MIRKO France, stayed in Dublin, 23/11/2012-25/11/2012
Our stay at Southdock appartments was a good choise. A beautyfull appartment with everything you need on walking distance of the center of the city of Dublin and with a busstop in the neighbourhood.
Tony Netherlands, stayed in Dublin, 22/09/2012-24/09/2012
We enjoyed our stay and found everything to be clean and well cared for. It was a pleasant walk along the canal into Dublin city and with the bus stops so close to the door it was easy to catch a bus if we needed to.
Irma Australia, stayed in Dublin, 07/06/2012-14/06/2012
pleasant stay, RAS
Asma France, stayed in Dublin, 30/03/2012-02/04/2012
I rented cetappartement with 4 people in my family. Everyone who was with me found the apartment beautiful, very large, very well equipped, very well situé.Si looking for a large apartment in Dublin, it is perfect.
bernard Ireland, stayed in Dublin, 21/03/2012-25/03/2012
very nice, big, clean, modern apartment in perfectly peaceful area, near down-town, railway station
Pawel Poland, stayed in Dublin, 17/03/2012-19/03/2012
Sébastien France, stayed in Dublin, 27/02/2012-05/03/2012
Nice apartment with good connections to public transportation.
Sindy Germany, stayed in Dublin, 28/12/2011-03/01/2012
We were upgraded to a 3bdrm house from a 1 bdrm apartment - so that was indeed EXCELLENT. The bed was comfortable, the appliances all worked.
Chris Australia, stayed in Dublin, 01/10/2011-06/10/2011
Our apartment (no.14) was spacious, airy and light. The building is in a quiet location and yet handy for the DART, shops (TESCO) are about a 7-8 minute walk, and Lansdowne Road of course.
Alan China, stayed in Dublin, 25/07/2011-31/07/2011
The apartment was spacious, clean and tastefully furnished and decorated. The beds were comfortable. It is in a convienient location, in a good area, very close to a station with a short and frequent service into the centre but with parking available. Having some bath gel, shampoo and some tea and coffee ready was very welcoming.
Robert UnitedKingdom, stayed in Dublin, 21/07/2011-28/07/2011
Apartment was spacious, warm and welcoming. we were met on day of arrival at the agreed time. It was a no fuss stay and we can only say that we really enjoyed our time there.
Martin Ireland, stayed in Dublin, 01/07/2011-03/07/2011
Joep Netherlands, stayed in Dublin, 11/06/2009-14/06/2009