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A craicing good city


Dubbed the ‘party capital of Europe’, people flock here in their thousands to sample a bit of the Irish craic (fun). The city is a popular destination throughout the year with its rich culture and huge range of events and festivals.

Warm and welcoming

Dublin is now an economic stronghold in Ireland, and this economic growth is reflected in the strength and character of the city, which has gone through an intense period of urban renewal that rejuvenated the once tired streets. Dublin has embraced this renewal, and the city now has an air of continental chic that can be clearly seen through visiting a selection of its many bars, pubs and cafes.

The defining feature of Dublin is its people, who remain down to earth throughout all the changes, and who will ensure that you have the time of your life in this great city.

The JAG Travel Dublin Survival Guide provides all the essential information you need. Remember to check it out before any trip.

Must See

  • Dublin Castle

    Well worth a look at this historic monument.

    Just off Dame St, Dublin. Tel: 01677 7129.

  • Guinness Storehouse

    Home to the world-fwmous beer.

    St James’ Gate. Tel: 01453 8364.

  • James Joyce Centre

    Learn more about this literary legend.

    35 North Great George's St. Tel: 01878 8547.

  • National Museum of Ireland

    Split between three venues, the national museum of Ireland houses some of Ireland’s finest treasures.

    Kildare St, Dublin. Tel: 01677 7444.