Dublin is quite a safe city and the vast majority of the people you meet are friendly and helpful. Nothing bad happens to 99% of visitors to Dublin - ever! But, like most other cities in the world, there is a tiny minority of people on the make, thieves, scammers, pickpockets and so on. However, there is no need to feel nervous or frightened at any time and your visit should be totally enjoyable if you take a few
Dublin Travel Information
Information about travelling to Dublin Ireland as well as various transport options in the city. Useful travel tips for visitors to Ireland's capital.
This Dublin travel guide helps with travelling to Dublin and how to get there: Travelling to Dublin by Road There are a number of motorways approaching Dublin from different directions: The M1 goes to Dublin from the north and is the approach road to Dublin from Belfast and Northern Ireland. The M2 approaches Dublin from the north (Ashbourne).The M3 approaches from the north west (Kells). The M4
There are many opportunities to reduce the cost of your accommodation in Dublin, or indeed in most other cities in Ireland and throughout the world. Here are our top tips for making considerable savings if you are looking for some cheap accommodation Dublin canprovide. Book your accommodation well in advance (Plan ahead). Try to stay midweek if possible. Book more than one day at a time. Avoid times
The Camden De Luxe Hotel, which appeared in the Alan Parker film “The Commitments”, dates back to 1957, when it was called the Theatre De Luxe. The listed building that is its home has now been stylishly renovated, with the vaulted ceiling and décor having being painstakingly restored, but the façade remains as it was when the theatre closed. Today the very popular Palace Nightclub stands in place of the original
Dingle is a favourite holiday destination for tourists from home and abroad. It is located in the most westerly part of Ireland in a region of beautiful mountain and coastal scenery. Dingle had been a fishing town for centuries but more recently its main industry is tourism. Some fishing still goes on and fishing boats of all sizes are frequently berthed at Dingle pier unloading their catch. One of Dingle’s