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Meeting new people is one of the best parts of travelling, and with 1,000,000 residents living in this part of Dublin, you're bound to have no shortage of opportunities.
In a lively, world-renowned destination filled with things to see and do, Dublin Castle and Christ Church Cathedral are in a league of their own. Ha' Penny Bridge and the Dublinia also feature on the pages of almost every Dublin travel guide, and they simply cannot be passed by!
Your entire family will enjoy a visit to National Aquatic Centre and Clondalkin Leisure Centre. If that isn't enough to wear the little ones out, why not visit the National Wax Museum Plus and Saggart Pitch and Putt Course as well?
Keen to visit the wildest spot in town? Then head to the Dublin Zoo, where you can marvel at some of the wonders of the magnificent animal kingdom.
Do you and your buddies enjoy a few drinks? See if there are any scheduled tours and pick the brains of the accomplished brewers at the Guinness Storehouse.
Feeling lucky? Challenge the blackjack dealer at the Casino at Marino or the Fitzwilliam Casino & Card Club. Or, if you're not the betting kind, grab a cocktail and just absorb the high-stakes atmosphere! The Dr. Quirkey's Good Time Emporium and the Sporting Emporium Casino, Dublin are also ready and waiting!
For a pleasant afternoon out, make a trip to the National Botanic Gardens or the Talbot Botanic Gardens. The wandering pathways and creatively landscaped garden beds are a joy to the senses.
If you want a break from the fast pace of the city, head to an urban oasis like the Garden of Remembrance or the War Memorial Gardens. Also consider kicking back and whiling away a pleasant afternoon at at St. Stephen's Green or Phoenix Park.
To truly get to know a place, there's nothing like arming yourself with a little local knowledge. Whatever you're hoping to find, the welcoming team at Waterways Visitor Centre should be able to show you the way.
River Dodder and The Forty Foot will truly delight your senses. Not just because of the calming atmosphere and serene views that naturally accompany freshwater lakes, but for the vibrancy of the waterbirds that flock there, too. River Liffey is one more natural waterbody that's worthy of a day trip.
Longing for a lazy day by the seaside? Feel the salty wind on your face and let the water wash over your feet at Sandymount Beach and Donabate Beach. Continue on to Dollymount Beach for another taste of the area's coastline.
You probably know about its must-see museums and malls, but don't forget that Dublin has some spectacular natural environments too. Dalkey Island and Howth Harbour are two to consider. For a little more breathing space, head to Dun Laoghaire Harbour and St Annes Park.
Head to the National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square or the National Museum of Natural History if the weather's not looking nice. Study the captivating exhibits or just relax in the tranquil surroundings. After more? Also go to the Book of Kells and the Dublin Writers Museum.
From the design of different ships to the artefacts found inside the hull, the displays at the National Maritime Museum of Ireland and the National Maritime Institute Museum will catch the eye of anyone who's interested in Dublin's maritime history.
The awesome scientific gizmos and gadgets on display at the Science Gallery could keep you stimulated for days on end. To get straight to the best stuff, you might want to ask around about any upcoming presentations or talks.
As everybody knows, our world is a miraculous place. Nowhere is this more evident than in the overflowing display cabinets at the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and the National Museum of Ireland - Natural History.
In a place chock-full of highly regarded art collections, the Irish Museum of Modern Art and the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art manage to stand out from the bunch. More bright canvases and imaginative sculptures are waiting for you at the Chester Beatty Library and Gallery of Oriental Art and the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History.
Get a glimpse into the influence that Dublin's past people and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Dalkey Heritage Centre and the Pearse Museum. For an even deeper peek into times gone by, also think about visiting the Little Museum of Dublin and the Dvblinia & the Viking World.
Get a fascinating look into the past when you explore a few of Dublin's historically important sites. Though you've got many to pick from, the Trinity College and the National Library of Ireland are excellent places to start. If time isn't an issue, Four Courts and the Old Jameson Distillery are a couple more must-sees.
You're likely to stumble upon O'Connell Bridge as you tour the city. This historic piece of architecture was built in a different era and will remain here for a long time to come.
For a fairytale escape, look up and gaze in awe at the spellbinding exterior of Malahide Castle and Clontarf Castle. Ardgillan Castle and Drimnagh Castle also look as though they belong to the pages of a fantasy book. If luck is on your side, there might be a guided tour programmed.
No matter your beliefs, you're sure to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at St. Patrick's Cathedral and St. Michan's Church. St. Audeon's Church and John's Lane Augustinian Church will also interest those looking for some quiet self-reflection.
They probably aren't splashed across the front page of a glossy travel magazine, but Millennium Bridge and the Leopardstown Racecourse are still well worth a stop. Don't forget to swing by Royal Irish Yacht Club and Clara Lara Fun Park either.
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