Dublin being the Capital City of the Republic of Ireland, which is also the largest city in Ireland has a lot to offer. The city is located at the mouth of River Liffey and surrounded by mountain ranges. Dublin has a favorable temperature with cool summers, mild winters and no temperature extremes. Attraction sites situated in the city and its surrounding include landmarks and monuments dating back to hundreds of years ago is which makes a historical and cultural centre that is a popular destination for travelers. The city also has more green per square mile than any other capital city in Europe.

Dublin is a large city, and it is not easy to navigate for a tourist thus a Dublin Travel Guide is essentially indispensable to cross the city the city easily. There are many ways to get to Dublin, which include of air transport, road transport, water transport and railway transport. Two airport terminals usually located in the city’s Northern side offers air transportation. Before alighting from the airport one can either travel by bus, which connects, to the city centre where the finest hotels are situated or by taxi, however, taxis are strictly forbidden not to pick passengers at bus stops, but they offer the same rate as buses ranging from €7 to €12. Tourists are advised to accept lifts at their own prudence. Bus train, and ferry services can offer other methods of traveling to the city.

Dublin is renown for its numerous attraction sites all over including museums dating back to hundreds of years ago, ancient churches, zoos, castles, galleries and parks. Among the museums situated in Dublin include, Dublin Writers museum, which is located in 18 Parnell Square, Dublin 1, Irish museum of modern art located in Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship museum, which is at, the Customs House Quay and the National Museum of Ireland located in Kildare Street, Dublin 2.Other attraction sites one can explore in Dublin include Dublin Castle, (2 Palace Street, Dublin 2) Dublin Zoo, (Welington/Zoo Road, Dublin 8), Kilmainham Gaol, (Inchicore Road, Kilmainham, Dublin8) Glasnevin Cemetery, (Finglas Road, Dublin 11) and Waterways Ireland Visitor’s Centre(Grand Canal Quay Dublin 2).

Dublin Tour Guide can be offered by either tour companies situated in the city or by freelance tour guides who are available in the city. One can explore the city provided by a tour guide in a matter of hours by also including sightseeing tours. Accommodation in the city is served by a myriad of hostels where cheaper accommodation can be generally found around Dublin’s bus station in Busaras.

Dublin also has a wide range of recreational centers such as restaurants, clubs, bars, performing theatres and cinemas. The city is incomparable to none when it comes to security Europe, but one is advised to be safe, and if need it is also advisable to contact the authorities.