Welcome to Dublin!
Dublin, the capital of Ireland, was founded over 2000 years ago and has always been the center of culture and governance in Ireland. Even through the War for Independence and the Irish Civil War, Dublin remained vital to the soul of Ireland. In the 1960s, Dublin began a slew of new construction, mainly focused on the redevelopment of its aged industrial sites and Georgian buildings. That redevelopment really took off in the 1990s when Dublin saw an enormous technological boom that brought a subsequent economic surge. Today, Dublin is the center of education, culture and commerce in Ireland, and since reinventing its economy to embrace the technological revolution, Dublin has seen immigration and income levels rise dramatically. However, preservation and innovation—melding the historical with the modern—are the keys to Dublin's continued success. There's much to do and see in Dublin, from exploring the ancient castles to taking a walking history tour through Dublin's museums to visiting some of the best nightclubs and pubs in all of Europe. With Dublin-Ireland.com you can book a hotel for your vacation or business visit, search through our attraction pages for things to do and explore our music and nightlife section to see the best places to party in Ireland's capital city.
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Dublin Guide Books and Maps
Dublin, Ireland travel guides, including Dublin travel books, dining guides, maps and Dublin-specific specialty guides for both business travelers and visitors in Dublin, Ireland.
Dublin Music and Nightlife
Dublin's top clubs and pubs, including Café en Seine, Lillie's Bordello and The Temple Bar.
Top Dublin attractions including the Dublin Castle, Guinness Brewery, Book of Kells, James Joyce Cultural Centre, Phoenix Park, Trinity College and more.
Headlines from local newspapers and Dublin area radio and television stations.
Drinking in Dublin
With a thousand pubs and a booming economy, Dublin, Ireland is rapidly turning into a party town.
A guide to Dublin's top shopping centres and stores.
Dublin, Ireland's neighborhoods and districts.
Dublin Golf Courses
A guide to golf courses in Dublin, Ireland.
Dublin theaters and performance art venues.
Dublin Art Galleries
Dublin art galleries including The Apollo Gallery, Douglas Hyde Gallery and the National Gallery of Ireland.
Dublin Car Rentals
Rent a car in Dublin at special rates.