Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is an exciting and vibrant mixture of old and new. The city has a long history, from an ancient Celtic settlement, a thriving Viking port, enduring under British rule, to a modern-day capital. Dublin has that ‘bit of fresh air’ about it, and it truly surprises you at every visit.
Today’s Dublin offers visitors top class hotels and meeting venues, culinary delights and world class entertainment. It is a shoppers’ paradise, and home of literature and music.
Dublin is also a hub for celebrities and talents of all kinds. It retains its small-town feeling, while still being able to meet anyone there, probably one of its best qualities amongst the capitals of the Europe. No wonder it is often called ‘The Fair City’.
With the Dublin Airport less than half an hour’s drive from the city centre, Dublin can be reached and experienced within short stays as well as long stays. If there is more time at hand, make sure to visit one of the whiskey distilleries or home of ‘the black stuff’ or take a tour down to the countryside and Wicklow Mountains to see the true Irish scenery.