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Dublin lies in the middle of the east coast of Ireland. The river Liffey flows through the city and flows into Dublin Bay. Dublin bustling capital of the Republic of Ireland does not let anyone get bored. Museums, galleries, pubs are second to none, and at every step you can meet the remains of a rich Irish history. In the evening, you will find something for themselves lovers of theater, traditional Irish music and clubs.
Dublin best visited on foot, it allows obviously to avoid traffic jams, but also allows you to podpatrzenie cosmopolitan city life.
Trinity College - University founded by the English Queen Elizabeth I. Its graduates were, among others, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett. Guinness Brewery - dark beer with a light, creamy foam is a showcase of Ireland . The exhibition at the Guinness Brewery shows the technology of brewing beer at the end you can obviously drink one pint in the Gravity Bar with panoramic views of Dublin
Ireland has three international airports, of which Dublin Airport is the most important one. Flights from many places in Europe land here. In addition, there are also transcontinental flights that land at Dublin Airport, including low costs carriers. Most popular airlines Aer Lingus and Ryanair.
It is important to remember that the people drive on the left side of the road in Ireland. The cars in Ireland have the steering wheel on the right side of the car, and the fear shift to the left of the driver. Driving in Dublin isn't very difficult: it is not too busy, the tricky part is driving on the left. Dublin is surrounded by the M50 Circular Road, with exits to Dublin or to other cities. Cars are parked on the left side of the road. Remember that in Dublin parking is not free.
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