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Introducing Dublin


Dublin is best known for its history and natural beauty, and simply walking around the city is the best way to experience it. If you enjoy museums, Dublin is the place for you! The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, the National Gallery of Ireland, the Dublin Writers Museum, Jeanie Johnston and many more museums have the city's glorious past on show. Trinity College's old library is also worth investigating, as it houses a number of priceless historic manuscripts. Shopping and dining await on Grafton Street, where you can explore local delicacies, shop and people watch to your heart's content.

Dublin is known for:


History and Art Entertainment and Shopping Culinary Urban

Quick information

NEARBY CITIES
Wicklow (50 km)
Tullamore (101 km)
Drogheda (49 km)
CURRENCY
Euro (EUR)

COUNTRY CODE
+353

ELECTRIC POWER
G

TIME ZONE
GMT +1

AVG. PRICE OF A COFFEE
€2.88

AVG. PRICE OF A MEAL
€60.00

Dublin airport information

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

Dublin Airport (DUB) is just 12 km from the city center and there are many busses which run between the two. Local buses and Airlink shuttles all go past major locations in city center. Airlink buses leave every 10 minutes and take about 20 to 30 minutes to get to the city center, all for about 6 euros. The cost of regular buses is about 3 euros.

Average time from airport: 20-30 minutes

Distance from airport: 12 km

TAXI:

If you want to get to the city center by taxi, you’ll pay between 20 and 30 euros, and the ride will take about 10 to 15 minutes.

Average taxi price: 20-30 euros

CAR RENTAL:

Miles & Smiles members earn 100 Miles per day, up to maximum 1000 Miles. What’s more, rentals made through the website for 1 or 2 days earn an extra 250 Miles, while rentals for 3 or more days earn an extra 500 Miles.

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