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Area Guide For Dublin

Dublin is the political, economic and industrial capital city of Ireland with a population of 1.2 million. The city is built on the mouth of the river Liffey which divides the city into the 'northside' and the 'Southside'. The city is beside the sea yet it is also close to both the countryside and Dublin Mountains.

Dublin Attractions & Things to See

Dublin has many attractions including castles, cathedrals, art galleries, museums, Trinity College and of course the famous Guinness factory which brews Ireland’s most famous alcoholic drink. On the northside of the Liffey O'Connell Street, Henry Street and Talbot Street is where you will find some of the best shopping in Dublin. On the Southside you will find St. Stephen's Green, Grafton Street, Trinity College, Christ Church and St. Patrick's Cathedrals.

Temple Bar is an area just south of the river Liffey, a popular tourist attraction where you will find restaurants, cafes, pubs, shops, galleries and other cultural amenities. Dublin City Centre has an excellent network of public transport. Dublin Bus provides over 1200 buses serving over 200 routes in Dublin city. The DART travels to coastal areas in the greater Dublin area, on the north as far as Malahide and to the south as far as Greystones in Wicklow. The DART stops in the city centre stations of Pearse, Connelly and Tara Street. The Luas line has two lines - the red and the green line. The red line serves west Dublin to Tallaght while the green line links southern Dublin as far as Sandyford to the city centre.

Dublin Post Codes

Dublin is the only city in Ireland with postcodes which range from Dublin 1 to Dublin 24. Odd numbers are to the north of the Liffey and even numbers to areas on the south. In general the lower the postcode the closer you are to the city centre.

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