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Exploring Dublin CBD

The old and new vie for your attention in Dublin. History lovers have to see Dublin Castle, parts of which date back to the 13th Century, while the Book of Kells at Trinity College Library is one of Ireland's greatest treasures. Shopaholics will relish Grafton Street, while St. Stephen's Green is a great chill-out spot. When it comes to eating, drinking and being merry, Temple Bar's nightspots can't be beaten.


Accommodations near Dublin CBD

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Dublin is the Ranelagh Rooms, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hanover Quay Apartment in Dublin as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Dublin CBD

- Grafton Street


Brimming with international and local shops, ranging from global fashion to Irish crafts, Grafton Street is the most exclusive of all of Dublin’s shopping areas. Located in the Castle Market district, the bustling pedestrian street is always full of shoppers, musicians and street performers. Be sure to check out Brown Thomas, one of the best department stores in the country. Don’t miss the beautifully restored Powerscourt Townhouse Center, a traditional Georgian townhouse full of galleries and unique boutique stalls. Also, wander along to St. Stephen’s Green to enjoy one of the largest parks in the city and admire the countless horse-drawn carriages.


- Trinity College


Founded in 1592 and ranked the sixth most beautiful building in the world by Forbes, Trinity College is the University of Dublin. It is Ireland’s oldest university as well as one of the oldest universities in Britain and Ireland. A striking architectural structure; make sure to explore its many sprawling squares, covering part of the 47 acres surrounding the college.


Transportation near Dublin CBD

Dublin International Airport is located just 10kms from the city centre, with its main carrier Aer Lingus. Irish budget airline Ryanair serves London and other UK regional airports from Dublin International Airport and may be a good connecting choice for Aussie travellers. Onward transportation to the city centre and its hotels is by express Aircoach, local express buses, taxis or self-drive via car hire. Taxis are the most expensive means of travel. Getting around the city centre is by the Luas light rail/tram system, and for nearby coastal trips the Dart suburban rail is convenient. Bus services are comprehensive but somewhat confusing, and drivers face heavy traffic and extensive one-way road systems.


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