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Dublin. Pop. 527,612. Currency - Euro. Language – English and Irish. Time Zone GMT + 0 hours. Airport – Dublin DUB. Best Time to go – year round lively city. Dublin is the capital and largest city in the Republic of Ireland. It is located on the east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Today the city is an economic, administrative and cultural centre for the island of Ireland, and has one of the fastest growing populations in Europe. Dublin has many attractions for visitors including: National Museum of Ireland; Irish Museum of Modern Art; The Old Library at Trinity College; Dublin Castle; The Bram Stoker Museum; Christ Church Cathedral; Phoenix Park; Dublin Zoo; National Botanic Gardens; The Guinness Storehouse; Jameson Distillery; and Leopardstown racecourse. Sports fans will be very impressed with Croke Park stadium where hurling, gaelic football, and now rugby game are played. The stadium is the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), Ireland's biggest sporting organisation. Shoppers will be delighted with the range of quality products in Dublin. Main shopping areas include: Grafton Street; Nassau Street; Dawson Street; The Powerscourt Centre; O'Connell Street and Henry Street. Arguably the most popular past-time in Dublin is drinking, the city has over 600 pubs. Traditional pubs include: O'Donoghue's; The Brazen Head; O'Shea's; The Oval; Kavanagh's; Bachelors Inn; Mulligans; Ryan's; The Long Hall; Kennedy's; O'Neills; and McDaids.

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The Ha'penny Bridge opposite is one of the most famous features in the centre of Dublin. The cast iron pedestrian bridge, which spans the River Liffey, was constructed in 1816 and was originally called the Wellington Bridge - after The Duke of Wellington, who was born in Dublin. The bridge was renamed the
Liffey Bridge although it is most commonly referred to as the Ha'penny Bridge. This latter name is based on the toll of a 1/2 penny that was charged for crossing - tolls were abolished in 1919. In 2013 Dublin City Council removed over 300 kg of love padlocks from the bridge due to damage to the cast iron structure.
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Dublin City Ireland Hotels near Temple Bar Trinity College Guinness Brewery City Centre Ha'penny Bridge


Useful Phrases - English > Irish
Hello - Dia duit (DEE-a GHWIT)
Please - Le do thoil (singular), Le bhur dtoil (plural)
Thank you - Go raibh maith agat/agaibh (GUH ROH MAH ug-ut/ug-iv)
Good morning - Maidin maith (mah-jin mah) 
Yes - Sea (SHAA)
No - Ní hea (Nee haa)
Excuse me - Gabh mo leithscéal (Goh mah lesh-kyale)
I'm sorry - Tá brón orm (TAW BROHN urr-im)
I don't understand - Ní thuigim (NEE HIGG-im)
Do you speak English? - An bhfuil Béarla agat? (ahn will BAYR-la ug-ut?)
A pint, please - Pionta, le do thoil
A glass of red/white wine, please - Gloinne fíon dearg/bán le do thoil.
Irish Phrasebook - wikipedia
All Dubliners speak English albeit with a unique accent and slang: Glossary of Hiberno-English slang and jargon


Aer Lingus
Aer Lingus is an Irish low-cost, low-fares airline with high quality service, providing both long-haul and short-haul passenger transportation services and cargo services. The airline operates to over one hundred destinations throughout the UK and Europe, from its bases at Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Belfast and London Gatwick Airports. It operates to four gateways in the US including New York-JFK, Boston, Chicago and Orlando. 


The Marker Hotel - Dublin
If what you're looking for is a conveniently located hotel in Dublin, look no further than The Marker Hotel. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.The facilities and services provided by The Marker Hotel ensure a pleasant stay for guests. Top features of the hotel include free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, and express check-in/check-out.

The Westbury Hotel - Dublin
This large hotel is situated in the busy Grafton Street area of Dublin and is perfect for travelers looking to see all the sights of this famous Irish city. The Westbury Hotel features 204 stylish guestrooms and are decorated with antique decor and feature excellent amenities and good views of the surrounding areas. Located just a short walk away from the main Temple bar area, this hotel also houses two excellent restaurants which offer both fresh seafood and fine French dining.

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Dublin - Wikipedia
Dublin is the capital of and largest city in Ireland, near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin Region. Founded as a centre of Viking settlement, the city has been Ireland's capital since mediæval times.

Dublin - Wikitravel
Dublin is the thriving capital city of the Republic of Ireland. It is on a par with many bigger European cities in terms of its vibrancy, its nightlife and its tourist attractions, and is the most popular entry point for international visitors to Ireland. As a city it is disproportionately large for the size of the country (2006 pop. 1.6m); well over a third of the Republic's population lives in the greater Dublin area.

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