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Welcome To Ireland.

 

ABOUT DUBLIN

 

Dublin is Ireland’s capital city and was founded by the Vikings in 841. The city is steeped in history and buzzing with energy. Medieval, Georgian and modern architecture provides a backdrop to a friendly cosmopolitan city. Dublin is a thriving centre for culture and is home to a great musical and literary tradition, its native sons include Shaw, Yeats, Joyce, Wilde and Beckett.

The city’s attractions include castles, museums, art galleries, pubs and cafes. Within half an hour of the city are mountain walks, stately homes and gardens, numerous golf courses, sandy beaches and fishing villages.

A bustling city with a population of over 1.7 million and home to over 100 different nationalities all of whom contribute to the fabric of Dublin. While it has a genuine cosmopolitan feel, Dublin has still managed to retain its own distinct culture which is expressed in a love of literature, drama, traditional music and sport. The quintessential Dublin Pub provides the focal point of Dublin’s social life, illuminating the vibrant hues of Dubliners and their culture. Conversation flows freely unleashing the unique atmosphere that defines the city.

Dublin is one of the oldest cities in Europe and with ancient churches, grand buildings and fine museums, cultural riches abound. From the ancient to the avant-garde, from history, architecture, literature, art and archaeology to the performing arts Dublin has it, with the real advantage to the visitor being that everything is contained within a small area.

When the conference business is over, there is a wealth of activities and culture for you to explore.

Further information is available by visiting the below websites:

Visit Dublin: www.visitdublin.com

Top 10 Attractions: www.visitdublin.com/attractions

ABOUT IRELAND

 

The perfect escape? The city break you’ve been dreaming of? The cliff-path walk you’ll remember forever? Well, Ireland has you covered. This magical island is just waiting to thrill you with its stunning windswept scenery along the Wild Atlantic Way, to capture you with its history from ancient sites such as Newgrange, to the Walled City of Londonderry, and to entice you with its traditional music.

Wild, Astounding, inspirational - there are so many words to describe the awesome majesty of the Irish Coast. But one thing’s for sure: this place is pure magic. From Ballycastle in the north of Country Antrim to Allahies in the west of County Cork, the stunning country is renowned for its sylvan beauty, rich shades of green and individual character. You’ll find quiet villages, rugged mountain roads, tranquil rivers and mythical tales.

Whether you’re looking for stories of old, dreaming of fantastical castles, or just want to visit some of the most romantic settings imaginable there is something to suit every taste. From charming coastal villages to spectacular natural wonders, taking to the road on the island of Ireland reveals surprises at every turn.

The most westerly island in Europe, Ireland is 450 km long and 300 km wide and is divided into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. With a population of 6.5million Ireland enjoys a rich diversity of ethnic groups and cultures. English is the first language in Ireland.

Further information is available by visiting the below websites:

Visit Ireland: www.discoverireland.ie

Northern Ireland: www.discovernorthernireland.com

Wild Atlantic Way: www.wildatlanticway.com/home/

 

Merry Ploughboy, Irish Dancing.
Gaiety Theatre, Dublin.
Temple Bar, Dublin.
Guinness Store House, Dublin.
Stephens Green, Dublin.
Dublin Castle.
Sligo, West Coast.
Giants Causeway, County Antrim.
Cliffs of Moher, County Clare.
Guiness Brewery, Dublin.
Hapenny Bridge, Dublin.

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