Weekend in Dublin
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ABOVE: A lissome lass looks at the Liffey. The
cast-iron Ha'penny Bridge, which opened in 1816, is in the background.
Tourist-information links Trip planning
A good starting point for planning your visit, the site also offers hotel deals
and up-to-date information on local events.
Live flight information, car rental, transportation advice, shops and restaurant
info, and more.
Fares, maps, timetables, and tips for transportation around Dublin by bus.
Timetables and tickets for trains around Ireland and the Dublin suburbs.
Ireland's most famous budget airline.
Another of Ireland's budget airlines.
Sights and culture
Christ Church Cathedral
The cathedral's official site, with information on tickets, opening hours,
services, history, and more.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
All the information you need to plan your visit to Ireland's National Cathedral.
Trinity College Library
Opening times, prices, and further details on the Book of Kells, as well as
library resources and an online shop.
Practical information and a virtual tour of the legendary home of Guinness.
The city's castle dates back to the 13th Century. It offers guided tours
throughout the year.
The Abbey's site has a schedule, booking information, and more.
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