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Dublin Travel Information

Popular as a short break destination for people who want to enjoy the legendary Craic of Ireland’s historic capital, Dublin has plenty to soak up on a long weekend. For many visitors, the main attraction of Dublin is the chance to enjoy a few pints of Guinness in Temple Bar or on Grafton Street. Other attractions on offer along the banks of the River Liffey include the famous Trinity College campus with its museums and libraries, and of course the famous Guinness Brewery, where “the Black Stuff” was brewed until production moved to Preston, Lancashire in the 1990s.

Main Dublin Attractions

Leave time to explore Dublin to see the sights. Some of the main Dublin highlights every visitor should see, the Guiness Brewery is great to see for yourself. The nightlife in Temple Bar are definitely worth exploring! Dublin’s culture offers loads to see!

We recommend booking a Dublin tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Dublin based guides who will show you Dublin’s less well known attractions.

Quick Guide to Sport in Dublin

Dublin’s most widely played sport is Soccer, and the best-known team is Shelbourne FC at their home: Tolka Park. Each year, the biggest event in Dublin’s sporting calendar is Ryder Cup Golf, which takes place at the K Club - tickets can be hard to get, so book in advance!

Main Dublin Attractions

Leave time to explore Dublin to see the sights. Some of the main Dublin highlights every visitor should see, the Guiness Brewery is great to see for yourself. The nightlife in Temple Bar are definitely worth exploring! Dublin’s culture offers loads to see!

We recommend booking a Dublin tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Dublin based guides who will show you Dublin’s less well known attractions.

Dublin Weather

It is easy to find the perfect time to go to Dublin courtesy of our easy to read climate guide to Dublin. The table below displays annual temperature trends in Dublin throughout the year to show you what weather to expect in Dublin.

Dublin Driving Guide

All you need to drive a car in Dublin is your regular UK license. For security in Ireland, make sure your license is valid before you go to Dublin.

When you drive in Dublin, in common with the rest of Ireland, drive on the left hand side of the road. It is easy to book car rental in Dublin quickly and conveniently online before you go to Ireland and there are a number of depots in Dublin where you can collect your hire car.

Dublin Airport Overview

The Dublin Airport is only about 6 miles north from Dublin. The airport, whose international IATA code is DUB is only about 1 hours flight from London. Regular buses operate into Dublin, and taxis are also available. Dublin Airport offers plenty to do including shops offering souvenirs of Dublin to help you remember your stay.

Dublin British Embassy Address

If you get into trouble in Dublin, or just need some advice, the Dublin British Consulate is the place to go.

British Embassy
29 Merrion Road
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4

Telephone: (353) (1) 205 3700

Dublin Overview

City Name: Dublin
Country: Ireland
Language: English
Currency: Euro
Time Difference: GMT
Electricity Supply: 220V AC 50Hz

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