Dublin is one of the most popular destinations for weekend tourists in Europe because it has everything for the visitor, from ancient ruins, wonderful pubs and restaurants as well as a vibrant nightlife.
The modern transport system allows easy access to all parts of the city so visitors can easily explore what Dublin has to offer as well as take in the wonders of the seascapes of Dublin Bay.
In fact there are few places that have opened their arms to welcome visitors from around the world and yet managed to retain their traditions and character as well as Dublin has. With such a friendly population it is no wonder that visitors, and language students studying in Ireland, have Dublin at the top of their lists.
Ireland’s oldest operating university with its historic campus attracts many students and tourists to experience the old and new, ever-changing Ireland.
One of the main tourist attractions in Dublin was initially erected on the site of a Viking Settlement.
Since the 1980s this area of Central Dublin has developed and evolved as the pulsating heartbeat of Dublin’s vibrant lifestyle.
Guinness Storehouse has become the most visited tourist attraction in Ireland.
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