Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Bernard Shaw, Jonathan Swift are just a few of the great writers who were inspired by the unique atmosphere of this young, cosmopolitan Irish capital. Dublin comes across as a relaxed yet dynamic place with a provincial feel to it. The city itself is split in two by the Liffey, with a number of bridges connecting the two sides, the most famous of which is undoubtedly ...
Trinity College, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in the world, covers an area of 54 acres in the heart of the Irish capital.
Temple Bar is one of the liveliest areas in the city, known for its large concentration of bars and restaurants and very much appreciated by young revellers
Dublin's best known pedestrian bridge owes its name to the toll that once had to be paid to cross it (half penny); its official name, Liffey Bridge, is never used
Irish gates are often painted in bright colours. Various hypotheses have been formulated as to the origins of this tradition.
A view of one of the city's central streets with its characteristic colourful buildings.
Dublin Castle, bordered with recent colourful constructions, towers over a beautiful and well-maintained garden
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