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What to see by car: Dublin

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Dublin has the advantage of having surprisingly rural and picturesque suburbs, which are well worth some day trips. The coastal area boasts many quaint towns and villages, which are just idyllic and a nice getaway from the city.

If you're interested in the legend of Guinness, then you might never get beyond their famous Brewery, located in the southwest of the centre. Free beer is offered at the end of the tour, in fact this institution has contributed generously to the area for several hundred years.

The Phoenix Park, the largest urban park in Europe, lies just 3 km from Dublin's city centre. The 704 hectar park is criss-crossed by a network of roads and walkways, which are wonderful to stroll. The park contains Áras an Uachtaráin, the Irish President's residence, the US ambassador's residence, as well as the Dublin Zoo.

Just east of Dublin lies Dun Laoghaire, which began life as a small fishing village and has since grown into a thriving seaport and seaside resort. The town is dominated by two piers, the East Pier stretching 1,290 meters and the West Pier 1,548 meters.
The National Maritime Museum, housed in the Mariner's Church, contains a French ship's longboat captured in 1796, as well as other maritime paraphernalia.

One kilometre south of Dun Laoghaire lies Sandycove, the home of the James Joyce Museum. The museum is housed in the Martello Tower, made famous in Joyce's novel Ulysses.

Howth village, 15 kilometres north east of Dublin, began as a Viking settlement and is now a major fishing and yachting centre. Just opposite the harbour is the island of Ireland's Eye, an important bird sacnturary. Howth Castle was once the home of the Norman noble Sir Almeric Tristram, who acquired it in 1177.

Ardgillan Castle, in Balbriggan, is an exquisitely restored 18th century castle/country house that is breathtakingly located right on the edge of the Irish Sea. The house was built in 1738 and contains some beautifully decorated period furnishings.

The Wicklow hills, south of Dublin, is another area of outstanding beauty, and the picturesque lakeside village of Glendalough is delightful.

Selection of hotels in this region:

Le Meridien Shelbourne

Jurys Croke Park Hotel

The Beacon

Mount Herbert Hotel

Paramount Hotel

Schoolhouse Hotel

Jurys Christchurch Inn

Temple Bar Hotel

The Fitzwilliam Hotel

Hotel Isaacs

Red Cow Moran Hotel

Clontarf Castle Hotel

Isaacs Hostel

The Morgan

Jacobs Inn

Jurys Parnell Street

Grand Canal Hotel

Clarion Hotel Dublin Liffey Valley

Lynams Hotel

Gresham Hotel Dublin

IMI Residence

Leeson Inn Downtown

Ardmore Hotel

Jurys Custom House Inn

The Berkeley Court

The Mespil Hotel

Westbury Hotel

Quality Charleville Hotel & Suites

Clarion Hotel Dublin IFSC

Grafton Capital Hotel

Rathmines Capital Hotel

Trinity Capital Hotel

Quality Hotel & Suites Naas Road

Holiday Inn Dublin City Centre

The Westin Dublin

Hilton Dublin

Blooms Hotel

The Principal Hotel

Towers at Jurys

Camden Court Hotel

Stillorgan Park Hotel

Clarion Stephen's Hall

Radisson SAS St. Helen's Hotel

The Burlington Hotel

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