Ireland's capital is proud of its vibrant history reflected in its superb architecture, monuments, landmarks and castles. Have your fill of intricately-designed churches, palaces and museums. Dublin may be small, but it has an air of elegance about it that you won't easily forget. The pub culture is a long-standing tradition and you are sure to find your favorite tipple should you go on a crawl. When it comes to food, there are plenty of restaurants in Dublin showcasing local delights as well as the more familiar ones. In the evening, there is never a dreary moment; Dublin's live musical events will entertain you as will its vivacious bars and clubs.
Getting to the city centre
If you are a passenger on flights from Venice to Dublin, you are going to land at Dublin Airport, the primary airport in the city. One way to arrive in the city is to take the bus; Dublin Bus goes to many areas in the centre such as Ballinteer (route 16), Lower Abbey Street (route 41) and Sutton Station (route 102). The Airlink Express service will also take you the centre, the Heuston and Connolly rail stations. Other bus companies that serve the city include Aircoach, Airport Hopper and CityScape. To take a taxicab, go to the forecourts of Terminals 1 and 2; there is a dispatcher on site.